i also had some repeat orders. Donna wanted purses just like these, and Lisa wanted hummingbirds just like these. it's cool that people want encores. not cool is when my cookies break en route. long story short, the hummingbirds were ill-fated, and i'll be looking into other, better, shipping options.
and speaking of cartoons, i've mentioned that i base a lot of my artistic methods on cartoons. i recently watched an old "documentary" about Bugs Bunny and was floored by one small part: the animators drew the pictures as rough drawings, but sent them to be copied onto celluloid frames by the "ink and paint" department. i always thought they drew them from beginning to end, but they don't. the final images were painted... by a room full of women. over and over, they'd outline and fill, let them dry, and send them down the hall to be photographed. and because so much of the golden age of animation was also the great depression, most of those celluloid frames were washed off and reused. i was like "i make ephemeral cartoon art too!!" after the moment of awesome from eating the cookie, all you have is the picture you took of it. well. i feel honored to have illustrated your happy moment. keep 'em coming, my lil' oven and i are ready. have a great weekend! (waving)