Hi, friends! I see a lot of you are on a roll with your Inktober celebrations. Keep it up! I may not comment on everything but I see you (as I'm creeping on your profiles, lol).
I'm here to ask for your help putting together funds for a new computer on which to continue doing art and other life things on behalf of a longtime friend of mine : 5-prime
. The laptop she currently uses has been showing signs of being on its last legs which hitches not only the effective time she can spend on art and story development but also her organization to manage her schooling and life. She's taking kofi donations ($3USD) and if you donate at least $6 she is offering art as a thank you! You could also consider them 'pay what you want' commissions, hmmmmm:
If that's all you need to know, here's her kofi page: ko-fi.com/fiveprime
If you want to know more before you donate, I get it - and I'm happy to show her off to you! *rubs hands together and cackles - which turns into coughing*
Prime is currently studying for a bio-technology degree, and eventually wants to become more involved in genetics. Come on, science and art together, especially when the science is prevalent in the story as a realm foundation? That's cool!
At the moment Prime also has a spooky non-profit project going in which she produces comic pages as often as she can make the time for a story based on Scott Cawthon's Five Nights at Freddy's 2
Click on the images for more comic pages!!
While FNAF is her active and forefront project, she uses it to practice what she has learned about comic-making. She plans to use these skills for her own series which I'm definitely stoked for in the future! Here are some more of her practices and original works:
She is constantly growing has a great understanding of anatomy, composition, and color theory, as well as her own flare and style. Like me she takes inspiration from everything around her and damn her work is fun to read and watch. I feel privileged to have met her years ago and to be on a journey alongside her.
“Keep on drawing. Draw what you love. Try new things. Artists should never be afraid to draw the things they like…never be afraid of judgement, and only draw things you want to draw, not what you think you should want to draw.”