How was your weekend? Mine was very busy, I have some new art out on socials for you to see from Saturday, and I spent Sunday with my boys bowling and playing some games!
STREAMING SCHEDULE FOR WEEK OF JAN 30
Monday 7:30PM EST: New Sticker Designs! Tuesday 4:30PM EST: Gaming, diving into Power Wash Simulator and washing Croft Manor from Tomb Raider! Thursday 7:30PM EST: Further work on Fan Vote Winner Tominator!
Please come by and check out the stream Monday and Thursday at 7:30pm EST for artwork and chatting, and Tuesday at 4:30pm EST for gaming!
Hey, Cozy Gang! I wanted to let you know that I have started a Ko-fi page like many creators out there. I feel like it is a great platform for creators to share their work and for those who wish to support them. It is a little empty right now but I will be using this page to help you help me create more art and comics!
What is Ko-fi?
Ko-fi is a website that allows people to find creators and help them out by “buying a coffee” aka donating some money. You can do this as a one-time donation or subscribe for monthly perks. Content creators can provide public posts about their work and/or provide some private perks that contributors can see. Some creators even use the website to host their online shops for digital and physical products.
How am I going to use it?
Great question! I am trying to figure that out but for now, I have a few supporter-only posts available already. I will be adding more behind-the-scenes content, commission slots, and previews for future merch and comics. In addition, I have started a Ko-fi sticker club!
Did you say “Ko-fi Sticker Club?!”
Yes, I did! Two new stickers will come out monthly along with a handwritten thank you note from me. You can help me out with at least $5 a month and you get these goodies in the mail!
If you sign up anytime during December, you will qualify for these cuties in the mail! If you ever decide that you do not want the month’s stickers, you can cancel your sub for that month.
How will this help you create more comics/art?
I may be a working artist and I appreciate all of you who help me keep creating by sharing my work and buying my merch and comics through my online store and at conventions, but I’m also a working artist. Paying collaborators, web hosting, new merch, and convention fees rack up, and keeping that going can be difficult. This is just another way that gets my creations to you and you get to help me keep crafting new projects. You get behind-the-scenes looks at my works, new stickers, and help me keep going.
If any of this sounds like something you want to be a part of, please check out my Ko-fi page. If you aren’t ready to donate, please consider giving it a follow so you can be alerted when I make new public posts and add commission options.
Started off all ready to work on Undead Norm and getting more comics done then something happened… I wonder what… 🤔 It might have killed my desire to work on a zombie comic and then my productivity for most of the year but I am happy with the art growth that I had.
I started Streaming in late June and I have been working slowly on comic pages for Phantom ’79 that I still need to finish. Thank you to everyone who has been helping me get through this crazy year! I have big plans for 2021 and looking forward to sharing it with you as I get them ready! Happy New Year!
I absolutely love drawing in Clip Studio Paint and the new timelapse feature is a much welcomed addition to their program! I have to admit that I have been envious of Procreate users who have been using it for their pictures. Now I get to share my creations like this!
In this video, you can enjoy some of my daily warm-up sketches from last week! you will notice that I did take the recording from my Twitch broadcasts to get my Sango and Kite sketches. I did that one before I tried out the timelapse feature. Arle, Mey-Rin, and Nezuko were made using Clip Studio Paint’s timelapse feature.