So many changes...
A lot has changed around here in the past few months. Where do I even begin?
You may have noticed a subtle banner on the homepage pointing you to my new web site NelaDunato.com. All my artworks, illustrations and crafts have permanently moved to my new portfolio. InObscuro.com is now completely dedicated to the free resources — Photoshop brushes, textures, web site templates and tutorials. My new website also features a art and design related blog where I will write more about my experiences as a working creative and provide tips for other creatives.
So what changes for you, dear visitor?
If you came here for the free resources, not much. The main navigation now features links to the pages you are most interested in. This will be more improved in the redesign (I will not promise when, as I'm really really busy with other projects now). I'm experimenting with some ads, and made some other options more prominent, such as my premium resources at GraphicRiver and commercial licensing for Photoshop brushes which were available before as well, but now I'm making it even easier for you to order.
For those who visited InObscuro for my art, my new web site is your destination now. If you have featured my art on your blogs and web sites, I'd appreciate so much if you updated the links to my new web site!
The links to artworks are all redirecting to my new site and hopefully there is no broken links, but if you encounter any please let me know in the comments :)
Posted on 11.02.2013 10:21 CET
Art & crafts gallery has moved to NelaDunato.com
If you're here for art, please update your links. inObscuro now only features free design resources!
I wrote down everything I think a small business owner should know about branding. The result is this comprehensive guide for service based businesses and creatives that helps you grow meaningful relationships with your clients and your audience. Coming out on July 30th!
Scrolled all the way down here? Why don't you check out my re-designed illustration portfolio and see one of my most famous digital fantasy paintings Phoenix art that had been tattooed (and sadly, ripped off) by various people all over the world!