My last journal entry was from 2007, it's almost the end of 2017.
I haven't had a lot of time or inclination to create much art over the past few years. I'm hoping to change that, and hope that having a place to post new items will help. Starting by cleaning up my profile which has things left over from when I first got this profile back in High School.
Please bear with me as I reorganize. I hope to start having new items shortly.
I have just joined my first club on deviantart. I've never really understood how they worked so here goes nothing. Hopefully I'll be able to get the viewership on this page closer to what I have on y!gallery.
As part of the rules of joining: Here's a link to the awesome club: ~AkuRoku (https://www.deviantart.com/akuroku)
Hello all, I have some great news but it also presents a bit of a problem.
I've been "hired' to illustrate an rpg manual called MLX (Mr. Lincoln Expirement). I'm having so much fun with this, and it's probably going to be published by summer so, yay! I'll start posting some of my designs for it in a little bit, I need to go find a scanner first.
My problem is that I don't know what to charge. The people who hired me are my friends so I don't want to overcharge them. So I'm wondering what people think I should do? Should I charge a flat fee for each picture I draw for them? Should I push to get a percent of each book sold? What's common in t
That would be a cool skit. I've always wanted to do a full presentation of the Organization to 'The nobodys" by Marilyn Manson. I have the whole thing plotted out with dusks and assasin nobodies. Don't think it'll ever happen though