Richard Charpentier Notes from Rich 3 Comments

I must be lazy.  Just so tired this week and I’ve barely been doing anything.  I mean really, here’s what I’ve been up to:

  • Portrait shoot on Thursday
  • Test shoots on Tuesday and Wednesday.
  • 12 gallery wraps went out this week.
  • Multiple large format Optica prints for clients
  • Can’t think of how many square feet of metallic paper went out.
  • Expired 3 more 330ML ink cartridges.
  • Tested out a new seamless white background.
  • More than 60 pages out of 80 for my first collected works book.
  • Updating the Ian Russell Gallery Web Page
  • Updating Allison’s Random Art Web Page
  • Watched multiple Kelby Training videos this week.
  • Had an electrical failure yesterday that left me limping through the day.
  • Setup a GIANT canvas for Russell Johnson’s show at the Frame & I.

Other stuff happened too.  Honestly this week has been a blur.  I’ve got more to do too.  But the “sleepies” are catching up with me.  So you won’t see me in town tomorrow.  Day of rest and all that.

I know… slacker!

Comments 3

  1. When an ink cartridge “expires” while printing a large print, does that mean the print is ruined and you have to start over? Is there any of predicting when they will dry up?

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    Fortunately it doesn’t ruin the print. The printer stops, you swap, and start rolling again. Both the 8300 & Z3100 let you switch during the print job which is fortunate.

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