Speed-way Jam (Speed Highway with lyrics)More Like This
Title: Speed-way Jam
Track: Sonic Generations (Speed Highway )
Remixed Original Track: Cash Cash, SEGA/Sonic Team
Date: 07th April 2012
Lyrics Co-Written and Performed by: Elson 'Darkspeeds' Wong & Speedio322
Concept & Additional Voices: Elson 'Darkspeeds' Wong
SFXs: SEGA/Sonic Team
[Announcer] "Hey hey! Ya'll listen up! This is gonna be a dynamic duo! Darkspeeds and Speedio322! Let's go!!"
Make it fast and do a spin attack, no time to go back!
No time to waste, gotta leave no trace! Don't get in my case!
Blasting off at the speed of sound! Goin' pound for pound!
And there ain't no time to fool around. I'm here to be renown!
[Mr. Bobby B.] "Okay! Calm down! Calm down now! It ain't over yet!"
Three two one! Running at the speed of sound - makes you wanna go BOOM!
Here we go! It's way past cool - makes you wanna go... ZOOM!
(Twenty hundred miles an hour!
PE: Pricing Your CommissionsArt In ProfessionsMore Like This
Today I'll be discussing how to price your commissions since it's a question that comes up quite often.
If you're an artist who sells commissions you're probably all too familiar with the conundrum of trying to decide what price tags to attach to your art. Perhaps you're an artist who would like to sell commissions but have been so unsure about setting up prices that you've simply avoided selling commissions completely. No matter what, this article will help you price your art in a way that can make both you and your clients happy.
First and foremost it is important to remember that doing commissions for others is considered a job/work/employment, regardless of how much you enjoy the process or how serious you are about your art.
This is your time and energy that is going into creating the art and that time and energy is precious, even if you are still young, feel your art isn't that great, or only create art as a hobby.
Once you are able to look at c
I need financial help to transition Please donate hereMore Like This
I'm at the end of my rope. I've been trying as hard as I can to make comics and be able to make money that way, and every day I'm having less and less energy. I've tried finding jobs around here, but I never seem to be able to get one.
The free clinic here doesn't cover any transgender stuff, so that means I'd have to pay out of my own pocket. My family is too poor to help me out with this. My grandmother's been threatening to kick me out because of my sleeping and depression problems.
I have no idea what else I can try doing. Please help if you can.
The Attitude Behind Learning to DrawOkay, so this is a topic that has come up a couple of times over on Facebook, and something I thought worth mentioning.More Like This
I remember back when I was in high school and I had those really artistic friends that could draw pretty much anything. They were amazing. Absolutely incredible. And I knew I would never be able to accomplish the kinds of art that these wonderful people could produce. I know people would ask them (and I was probably included in this group) questions like "How do you get good at drawing?" or "How can I learn to draw like that?" Little did I know that after walking the road to becoming an artist I would end up receiving the same questions. There are a couple of trends I've heard lately, however, that tend to go the same way over and over with different people. Here's the way some conversations go these days...
SCENE: Me sitting at a local artist meet-up or sketching someplace like a coffee shop or library... or even just random messages on internet IM..
Please donate to my friend to move out of South DaShe almost got murdered a few weeks ago and faces constant torment for being a transwoman in a hick town. She's almost out of money and is gonna be homeless soon and is at her wits end. She can't find work because no one will hire a trans, and it's quite legal to discriminate against them.More Like This
Like if you can, donate, or at least signal boost this. Like even a dollar would help.
Seeing Him, the Webcomic is BACK on KickStarter!Back in November 2014, I ran a KickStarter with my sis, Kia, to raise funds for our new webcomic, "Seeing Him." We missed our goal the first time because we set the goal too high and a lot of the rewards weren't what people wanted.More Like This
So we made some changes, and now, "Seeing Him" is BACK ON KICKSTARTER!
"Seeing Him" is about a nerdy ice skating rink owner named Kate, who goes back into the dating scene to find Mr. Right. She finds him in Adam, a doctor who's also a transgender man. The story follows their budding romance and the malarkey they embark on in cahoots with their outrageous friends.
(^^^This thumb shows some of the aforementioned friends.)
The KickStarter is ALMOST fully funded! We need your help to kick us over the edge.
So if you can, go to the KickStarter page, pledge, and tell y
shout outI'd like to give a shout-out to :iconSavvyRed: and :iconwoohooligan: for two years ago reading my boring deviations and explaining to me that I have depression. You were right. I was at a very low point then, and although I still have depression, it is manageable now. It was important that somebody explained to me that I did have a mental illness. I didn't think I'd be alive today, and though I'm not particularly thrilled to be, I do think I finally made the right decision based on my circumstances of what to do with my life. And you were a part of that.More Like This
After T-MODEWell it's the morning after, and I want to welcome my new watchers! I do have a request.More Like This
Guys, what would you like to see me do more of? What would you like me to draw next or in the future?
The reason why I'm asking is because I'm gonna take a break from conventions after Anime Mid-Atlantic (and possibly Baltimore comic con). I honestly don't know what I'm doing and a part of me feels like quitting the art business all together. This isn't on a whim, but an issue that I have been thinking about over the past year. I used to do this more for fun than as a career so I just did what came to mind. But the more conventions I went to, the more out of touch I felt I was.
So I want to take this time to figure out what I really want to do. In the meantime requests and commissions are open and will stay open!
I want to be an artist, but I have bills to pay. So if I want to continue doing what I love I need to get the word out.
Of course you can help too! Tell everyone I'm doing commissions and