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Freelance Finance: Buckets


Rovina Cai

I’m back with another instalment of Freelance Finance! Last time, we explored bookkeeping methods to keep track of your income. And in this post, we’ll look at a system that will help organise your money and build a financial safety net. Like last time, these posts are intended for beginners, and should not be taken as absolute advice but an introduction to some concepts that I have personally found useful. [caption id="attachment_75580" align="aligncenter" width="400"] The…

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Process and Commentary: Painting “the Woman Whose Feet Didn’t Touch The Ground”


David Palumbo

February 28, 2024 - https://youtu.be/ZY-2qaNfqwU?si=TFPx2W6mcoeF_mxD/oembed Back in October and November of last year, I painted this piece as part of a series of personal paintings inspired by movies.  This video shows my entire process on the painting from start to finish, including discussion of all the different steps along the way. The final piece is 18x24 inches, oil on panel.  And yes, the painting still creeps me out a bit. [caption id="attachment_75560" align="aligncenter" width="450"] The Woman Whose Feet Didn't Touch The Ground, 18x24 inches, oil on panel, 2023[/caption]   [caption id="attachment_75561" align="aligncenter" width="450"] Prelim for The Woman Whose Feet Didn't Touch The Ground, 6x8 inches, oil on primed watercolor paper, 2023[/caption]  

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