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First Anniversary

This post marks the first anniversary of Creative Dioramas. I started this blog for the same reasons most artists do: to share their work and give their thoughts on the creative process.

Not all the posts that you read here will fall neatly into one of these two categories. On occasion, I’ll go off on a tangent and ruminate about smart phones or modern art. But if you read to the end of the post, you’ll see that these seemingly unrelated topics will always tie back into dioramas on some level.

Over the past year, I’ve discovered that having a blog is an enjoyable creative endeavour in itself. WordPress does all the heavy lifting from a technical point of view, and I get to concentrate on the writing. This is a far cry from the early days of the Internet, when you had to buy a copy of Dreamweaver and build your own website from scratch.

If you’re a first time visitor here, then welcome. I encourage you to browse the archives, or use the search function if you’re looking for something specific. The site is completely free of advertising, leaving you to browse in peace. If you’re a regular visitor, thanks for your interest, and I hope you continue to find the blog worthwhile. Here’s looking towards Year Two!