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"Journaling" :: From Thought to Reality and Back

 

After discussing paint journals with CashWiley and Ub3r N3rd recently I decided to talk about somethings that I've done to record ideas and potential projects.

 

These include a variety of interests and not just painting but I did examples for painting journals.

 

I've talked about SpringPad.com on here before and maybe even Google Drive but putting it altogether is what makes this post interesting.

 

I hope you guys find it useful.

 

 

 

Obligatory photo so this isn't just text:

 

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"Your current account does not have access to view this page."

 

Check yer privacy settings, Thrym.

 

The post is published to the public.  Shouldn't be anything blocking access.

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Now explain all that.  LOL

Isn't it obvious?  It appears to be paint recipes by colors for his Svetlanna mini.  The numbers are short hand SKU numbers from the MSP line for quick reference most likely to aid in location when paint is stored in SKU order.

 

Elementary my dear Thrym.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*well elementary if you read Cash's post explaining it in another thread  :blues: 

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Isn

 

Now explain all that.  LOL

Isn't it obvious?  It appears to be paint recipes by colors for his Svetlanna mini.  The numbers are short hand SKU numbers from the MSP line for quick reference most likely to aid in location when paint is stored in SKU order.

 

Elementary my dear Thrym.

 

*well elementary if you read Cash's post explaining it in another thread  :blues:

 

I know what they meant.  Just trying to get Cash to explain it all to the rest of the world.  Well Reaper World anyway.  :blues:

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"Your current account does not have access to view this page."

Check yer privacy settings, Thrym.

 

 

The post is published to the public.  Shouldn't be anything blocking access.

And yet...

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There's an Amazon javascript pull-in for the store.  Does your location block certain websites?

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Thanks for sharing Thrym. I swear I should start one of those fancy journals because I forget my recipes and what I used and then... I forget to actually take notes!

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The post is published to the public.  Shouldn't be anything blocking access.
And yet...

 

 

 

I temporarily removed the Amazon store setup.  How about now?

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Thanks for sharing Thrym. I swear I should start one of those fancy journals because I forget my recipes and what I used and then... I forget to actually take notes!

 

You are most welcome, Willen. 

 

It's a pain to remember writing these things down or recording them some where.  The idea is to make it as easy as it can be for yourself.

 

So for me, taking a picture of something and pushing it to SpringPad is easiest.  Then I can just keep track of things easier.

 

You can also make checklists, catalogs, events, calendars, etc.

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I was able to read the blog post fine when I opened it from FaceBook (via the Reapermini page).  I tried from the link posted at the top of the thread and it tried to get me to log into Blogger. 

 

I liked the article, as I need to start keeping track of the colors I use (see my WIP for the trials I'm going through).  Not sure if I'm going to go all high tech but I should at least get a notebook together.

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I was able to read the blog post fine when I opened it from FaceBook (via the Reapermini page).  I tried from the link posted at the top of the thread and it tried to get me to log into Blogger. 

 

I liked the article, as I need to start keeping track of the colors I use (see my WIP for the trials I'm going through).  Not sure if I'm going to go all high tech but I should at least get a notebook together.

Hm. Opening from Facebook worked just fine.

 

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