I’d like to make some stuff with my art on it to give to people over Christmas (because real gifts are boring). Maybe some sticker sheets. That’s cheap, thoughtless and reasonable.
Hey! Go read that thing.
I’m looking for other comics to host on my site too. So if you do that thing, let’s talk sometime!
He has been waiting all his life for this delicious moment
Your silence has angered me, The Internet. You will now be punished.
I have literally two hours of nothing to do. Sleeping would be the cowards way out. So ask me some stuff! Or leave a comment! Or request that I post a picture of some description!
Go read the rest if you haven’t. Go on.
Hello, here are some charts that deal with where your money goes when you buy a comic. Find that interesting! Or don’t. It’s up to you.
I’m not an artist, but I have more than a few friends who are, so I thought this might be a good thing to post.
"Own your free work"
This is especially important because often when you do free work, you’re not allowed to use it for personal things outside of just displaying on your portfolio.
If you make your own content you can do whatever you want with it! You can go back and edit it! Expound on it! SELL IT! You’ll be seen for making the things that you enjoy making, and people will hire you to make more stuff like the stuff that you enjoy drawing.
It’s a win-win.
Deep Red - I’m in love with you.
Red - I love you.
Pink - I think you’re cute.
Blue - You’re amazing.
Rose - You’re pretty
Purple - You’re hot.
Plum - I would fuck you.
Violet - I would date you.
Aqua - I could stay on your blog for hours.
Lavender - You are my tumblr crush.
Orange - I want to get to know you.
Tangerine - We have a lot in common.
Amber - I wish you would notice me.
Cream - I don’t talk to you but I really love your blog.