@sylvia_ritter I guess I could go back to Ubuntu for a while if that means I'll have an excuse to use this as a desktop background.
@sylvia_ritter I absolutely adore your art! Its so colorful and fantastic.
Will this ever be available in high resulotions? I would love to have this as my desktop wallpaper.
@sylvia_ritter I spotted this awesome artwork in a bit of an unusual place - the presentation from the official Ubuntu Podcast folks at FOSS Talk Live! It's very brief, just the desktop wallpaper on the computer, but still neat to recognize your art out there.
https://youtu.be/bnDYh218KhY?t=13m57s "Ubuntu Podcast S12E10.5 @ FOSS Talk Live 2019" at 13m57s (maybe later too, haven't finished watching)
@tadzik Thank you :). Here it is: https://shop.sylvia-ritter.com/collections/prints/products/disco-dingo-signed-giclee-print
Are you secretly Elisabeth Warren?
If you do make T-shirts, if they render well and if it's not too expensive, please inform me!
BTW do you have a pixelfed I can follow?
And you can find my mixes here ⬇️ 🎶
@wumazhen Hi there. :) Thank you! As I see it, this would be mainly problematic due to the fact that you link to musicians (purchase) pages, which is understandable and a huge benefit for these artists. But I receive commissions from musicians/artists to be able to promote their music and it wouldn't be fair to them if they have to support my work in return and others don't. I hope you understand. Accepting donations can also be an issue.
Absolutely yes, I understand. I use free or royalty free images or I sometimes ask my son for the illustrations who is very good at doing it for me (like for the next Mix that I will be releasing soon) because I already pay all the titles that I use in my Mixes and I can't monetize my Youtube channel because of copyright, so I settle for donations, contributions or tips from those who want to give, but yes, I understand your point of view as an artist, it makes a lot of sense...
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