Friday, February 18, 2011

HELP

This is my new 22 page On-The-Go Ink and Wash booklet that can be ordered through Blurb.com, but how do I get a photo and link onto my side bar like on Carol Marine's blog? Help, I need somebody, help!

13 comments:

AutumnLeaves said...

I'm not sure about the link, David, but how much is the book? Why you ask? Because I want to know how to do this!

Karla said...

Hi David, I'm not sure what Carol has but you can go to design on your blog page. Click Add a gadget in your side bar and then click add a picture. It will let you also add the website link. Hope that is helpful

Karla said...

Hi David, You may want to check your web link. It seems to go to the main site page and not your book which is http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/1968197

Your book looks very interesting.

Karla

Carol Blackburn said...

It looks interesting, David. I hope you can get help with your problem. I'm useless.....:)

David Lobenberg said...

Autumn, Just click on the book cover on my side bar.

David Lobenberg said...

Karla, A million and three thanks for your help both with the widget info. AND my blurb bookstore link!!!!!

David Lobenberg said...

Carol, Karla got me over my "useless" hump. We blogsters need, and indeed do, help each other!

Amber Massey said...

GASP! I've been hoping for a book by you David! I'm very excited about this!! This will def be on my "to buy" list :)

Anonymous said...

David! So glad to see your "Sketch Book"! I ordered it immediately. Did my truck on the cover have anything to do with my enthusiasm? Possibly ;} I'm taking it to Italy where we've got a place to stay for 7 (!) weeks. - Dana

Mike Porter said...

So, David, I looked on the Tombow site but cannot be sure of what pen you use and like. Is it a fountain pen? A brush tip?

David Lobenberg said...

Mike, I use a Sharpie ultra fine tip pen for my drawing. It has non-water soluble ink. For my washes, added to the drawing, I use a Tombow pen that has water soluble ink.

Mike Porter said...

Sorry, David, to be a bit dense...but the Tombow pens I saw on their site only had a brush end or a fiber tip, it appeared. Is this what you're using? I'd assumed it was more like a fountain pen or a Rapidiograph. Could you confirm the Tomboy pen name or model, pls? Thanks.

David Lobenberg said...

Mike, The TOMBOW pens have a brush end and a rigid drawing end. I use the brush end most of the time to apply my dabs of ink ( to my Sharpie pen sketch on watercolor paper ) to be dissolved with my Waterbrush and moved about to make washes.