Deadpool acquires a pig suit and he knows there can be only one way to use it.
I’ve joined Jennifer Nichole Wells’s One Word Photo Challenge. It’s a new Photo challenge based on a new word each Tuesday. February 4 is the launch date. She has listed her weekly word until June. The first leg of the challenge is based on color and this week’s color is Neon.
I was sick last week and was unable to make new photos. These images are from my 365 project a few years ago. The first is our local theater.
This is a sign for Grasshopper mowers. I shot this at home and garden event.
It’s a new year and as part of a commitment to my art and blog, I’ve joined the Worpress Zero to Hero 30 days to a better blog challenge. The first post is an introduction. Or in my case, since this blog is almost three years old, a reintroduction.
My name is Chris. I live in Nashville, TN. I have always been interested in art and am a huge fantasy and science fiction fan. I have combined both passions into my Fairy Photography and Toy Photography. In May 2007 I was named a Froudian Artist of the Month for my Fantasy site, Ollure.com. Yoda archives is my toy photography site.
Yoda archives started as an action figure photography site featuring, the never before revealed adventures of the Jedi Master, Yoda. As I the site progressed I expanded my subjects to include many toys line and LEGO minifigures. I regularly post pictures featuring toys in a single panel comic.
I am a vendor at Fandom conventions, art shows and renaissance faires in Tennessee and the south-east. I may blog here about the events I attend. I will post images on my travel site, Renaissance Faire Pictorial.com
To give you a glimpse at what I do here is a list of some of my most visited posts and some of my work.
My most Popular all time Posts
Despicable Me Minion Blind Bags!
Prototype Armor Boba Fett
Darth “No Legs” Maul Returns #2
The Minions are at Mcdonalds
Don’t forget Valentines Day
Whoever Holds the Hammer
2013 Christmas Advent Calendar * Dec 1
DIY Photography has a Bokeh wall tutorial. The post describes how to make a background with a simple household item, Aluminum foil. They feature some great Toy Photography here so read the article for a simple project.
I tried using plastic bottles and different reflective materials for the background until I ended up with using a very simple material found in the kitchen which gave such an amazing result. Aluminum foil.
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
4,329 films were submitted to the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. This blog had 13,000 views in 2012. If each view were a film, this blog would power 3 Film Festivals
Most popular posts viewed in 2012
1 Darth “no Legs” Maul Returns #2. February 2012
2 Boba Fett (Prototype Armor) Redemption Offer September 2011
3 Don’t forget Valentines Day January 2012
4 Shelob Lair June 2012
5 Hasbro is giving away a life size Darth Maul January 2012
6 Darth Maul Returns, But how? February 2012
7 Darth “no Legs” Maul has returned * Spoilers. February 2012
8 Yoda wishes Jim Henson A Happy Birthday September 2011
9 LEGO Stormtrooper Ornament October 2012
10 Star Wars LEGO Christmas Advent Calendar 2012 December 2012
I love this graphic they made with my top posts.
Yoda archives had traffic from 94 countries in all!
Most visitors came from The United States. The United Kingdom & Canada were not far behind.
Views I hit 10,000 views in August, In December I passed 14,000 on the 9th and 15,000 two weeks later.