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How to Use Digital Download (Printables)

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Downloads are art designs created specifically to be uploaded to your selected photo or print shop; to create large scale art work or to place on products. The most popular sizing is 11 x14, but great news, you can go larger or smaller! With Poetic Pastries downloaded wall art, you can print notecards to banners with ease. How is this possible? By using lossless vectorization, the SVG format brings clarity at all levels.

Non-Vectored art is by special order and is painted in house. Any work seen in our gallery can be created for you, as well as commissioned work.  Contact the studio and we will be pleased to assist.

EPS files can be delivered if needed but are not offered as standard unless listed

PDF files are used for delivering your “printable’. A printable should be considered best printed at no larger than 8×10. Poetic Pastries printable wall art is designed with the main idea that you will be using your home printer.

SVGs represent the Studio’s vectored art, which is used to deliver our downloadable art. Designs can be scaled up or down in size without loss of quality.

All digital art will  require you to click on a link from your computer to obtain your purchase – from our system, files will be transferred to you. You can save on desktop, document file etc. the choice is yours.

Most often, instantaneous delivery occurs – if not, an email will be provided to you with a link to the download page within approximately 15 minutes of payment clearing, depending on the store’s volume. If you didn’t get the email, follow the directions on your purchase confirmation to go to the download page. Or contact the Studio and our team will validate your payment and email the files, if you have problems with downloading.

Please check your computer’s ability to open zipped file folders before buying pack items. If your computer is unable to open zipped file folders, you will be unable to use your purchase if you selected an art pack.

You can now print as many copies as you like for your OWN PERSONAL USE – but no commercial use is allowed unless you have bought a design license.  At home or at your local office supply shop you can print the files or upload them to a print and ship website (POD like Wal-Mart, Walgreens, Costco, Poetic Pastries Zazzle,  etc)

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• Listings are for a digital art designs – no physical items will be transferred.
• Digital products are not returnable or exchangeable.
• Customization or personalization requests Contact Us
• Colors vary due to monitor and printer settings. Hex Decimal and tonal stats can be provided if needed Read More
• All Poetic Pastries Studio art is for personal home or office use. No commercial resale is authorized. Should you wish to inquire about licensing please email our  Marketing Manager,  Abigail.

~ Word Exploration – Tense in Poetry ~

“I would write my tears, weeping out my pain

I would empty my veins for ink.” (muse slice)

Logophile Pastry:

The word ‘would’ is considered  to be a verb in the English language. Verbs are those words which directly relate to action. ‘Would’, can infer that you have already willing done something, becoming the past tense. It should be noted that in today’s style of speech and writing,  we rarely see this application. More often we utilize the word have. ie. I will do that < > I have done that. We use the word ‘would’ in a more futuristic sense … I would do that.

But the word ‘will’ also implies an action yet to be taken also. ie. I will eat the apple. Since all of the issues discussed are true, what difference does it make when a poet (or writer) decides upon a certain connotation or meaning ?  It means the world!

Let’s try these examples;

  1. I would write my tears, weeping out my pain ~I would empty my veins for ink.
  2. I will write my tears, weeping out my pain ~I will empty my veins for ink.
  3. I have written my tears, weeping out my pain ~I have emptied my veins for ink.

Number 3, it is quite clear that this action has already occurred. Something has caused our writer grief and pain. As readers we immediately begin to ‘relate’. Our inquisitive human nature is put on hold because we have no further insight from the author. We search our souls for empathy and/or sympathy. For who among us have not shed tears? It is only on a commitment to deeper exploration we seek to know what caused these actions. Yet not every reader is a committed reader ~ not every reader is an explorer. As a writer, you most assuredly want to evoke empathy and sympathy but as a good writer and poet you want more!

Number 2, utilizes the word ‘will’.  A statement that infers the writer is determined and steadfast in their commitment to action. The reader feels a less compelling connection to the poet, why? Because the poet is not engaging the reader. By choosing to use the word ‘will’,  we are being prepared for little else than a monologue. As a writer / poet one must use care not lose their reader. For now we are asking “ok, so, you will…now what?” … If there is not a clear and definitive path to emotion stronger than that ~ all is for naught.

‘Would’. My chosen word. Why? Because it states the action … with a delicately nuanced set of conditions. “I would write my tears…” leaves the reader to ask “You would, why? Have you? When?” etc.  This selection also entangles the heart and mind for the same reasons cited in number 3.  By choosing the word “would”, the poet / writer weaves a decidedly more layered thread with the reader. The reader, who may not on the surface be an explorer, will react to the word ‘would’ with emotional and mental ferocity. “Right, I would do that too…IF…”  Therein dwells the secret. You must find a spark of camaraderie between poet / writer and reader.

The word ‘would’ is such a powerful weapon, use it with caution as tears may follow.

Pansylee VanMeteren Illustrator, Author, Poet, Songwriter Lyricst, Artist of WV - The Muse - Poetic Pastries

 

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