The Theme I was using crashed. I’m using a new theme now, so most things are “mostly working“. But, this has prompted me to take a the time to review and reconsider. The current list of page (around 100) is probably going to triple or more. So, for consistency and to save a lot of re writing, I need to back up and update things now. This may take a while to get back to adding those new pages.
Art purchased from ScCrow is NOT mass produced. We do not pull a piece off a stack and ship it. Each piece is created according to your specific customization. The resulting images is then sent to a professional printer who insures that you receive the best product possible.
Use the Art Menu option to navigate through available images.
Resizing images can produces fuzzy jagged edges. To correct this issue, all images are being converted to use vector graphics. After items are converted, it is added to the site and a menu item generated. The list to the left shows the most recently added items. There are many images that require conversion. Items are being added alphabetically.
Click on the link to go directly to the new entry.
This site under construction. Its going to take a while to get all the images converted.
15 Nov UPDATE: My previous theme crashed and the creators have not responded. I had to move to a new theme, so no new pages for a while. I am going back thru all the existing pages and will be making some changes. There will be a few changes to images, but I think most of the image content will stay just as it is. Still, its probably 100+ pages that need updates.
Also, the forms plugin has not been reloaded yet. This disables the email contact us and the forms pages. The forms page was no big deal. It was all just testing and what it could possible look like if I find a printer that wants to work with me. I am beginning to think that there may be a better route to take. TBD! Stayed tuned!
At least for now, ScCrow.Com is the only place where Art from Scarecrow (Me) can be found. In one sense, I would like to just farm the printing out to an Art dealer. That would allow me to work on the art instead of all of this. Oh well. We will see.