I have My Etsy Shop where I sell all my crafts, original drawings, and original paintings.
Right now it’s low on jewelry due to much of my work having sold over the years, but also because I’ve not made any new jewelry. My modern macrame work is now almost strictly made by commission only.
Currently my primary focus is my quilting work. I’ve made a lot of progress and sold one full size quilt as well as several smaller items. More work is added about once every two weeks. My quilts are sewn by machine but hand-quilted, hence why it takes more time. Small items, such as place mats and some table runners, are quilted using my sewing machine.
I also have a Fine Art America site where I sell my prints and products with my artwork on them.
Besides crafting I also paint and play with photography. Watercolors is my preferred medium, and I often mix it with gouache, colored pencils, pastels, and ink. Photography is something I just randomly do. It’s usually to capture an image I can refer to later when painting, but sometimes the picture is so awesome I feel it ought to be shared as is.
I have a RedBubble shop where I sell prints as well.
It doesn’t pay nearly as well as Fine Art America, but that’s alright. I love seeing my work sell, and receiving a little income is always nice.
There’s also my devArt page.
That has ALL my artwork. Not only do I paint, craft, and play in photography, but I also color line art, doodle, draw, and a few other things. Yes, I’m very art-oriented. I grew up around art and crafts, surrounded by colors, patterns, prints, and music. It’s only natural things have gone this way.
My devArt page isn’t 100% safe for work/SFW, but I have anything mature tagged as such. Unless you’re a member and have marked NSFW as viewable you won’t see anything marked as mature. You’ll see everything else if you don’t have an account.
I also have a PayPal page.
If you’re feeling generous feel free to send money or tip me for my work if you make a purchase from my Etsy or Fine Art America sites. An artist is always happy to receive a tip for their work. Plus being permanent disabled makes things a bit tight financially. My husband works full time, and the money I receive from SSDI gets eaten alive by bills. Selling my artwork and quilts is the only way I can bring in extra income.
If feeling particularly generous you can order items from my Amazon Wishlist.
The items I need/want are separated into other lists. One is for quilting, another for painting supplies, another just for general things.
Then of course there’s my tumblr pages.
There is my main tumblr page. It’s well tagged and organized, but also quite random and definitely not safe for work/NSFW. Venture at your own risk.
I also have Blushing In Thedas, one of my tumblr side blogs. VERY NSFW!!! Great if you’re a Dragon Age fan. It’s packed with fanfiction and artwork reblogged from a bunch of other people. Everything is tagged by character, topic, art or writing, and NSFW if it applies.
I’ve recently started an art blog on tumblr called Creations by Chaosfay. This is more or less the same as this blog, but for folks who don’t fancy making the trip here to my much more organized and cleaner art blog.
All my fanfiction (100% of which is Dragon Age) is on AO3.
I write a lot of NSFW material. Unless you’re comfortable with that avoid my AO3. A lot of people enjoy my writing, and fanfiction is an excellent way to improve my skills and find my style.