Guess what everyone!
I made a Patreon! I've been picking at it on and off for a while, and figured it was finally time to just launch the thing. There are five reward tiers to choose from, and all patrons will get to see Ruby Red a day early, so go take a look!
Patreon lets you pledge money to a creator in exchange for rewards. You can select how much you want to pledge each month, and can adjust the amount or cancel your pledge anytime. Becoming a patron of my art is a great way to contribute to the free webcomics I make.
This is a work in progress, and I'm bound to think of new things I can do for my patrons. Suggestions are always welcome!
It's been a while! I've been pretty active elsewhere on the web, but I've neglected Deviant Art in the past couple years. Sorry about that! I've been posting more sketchbook and in-progress art over at Instagram, and finished artwork on my Portfolio website. And, of course, Ruby Red has been updating regularly every Monday! So I'm not dead, I haven't given up my art in favor of a more promising career in competitive frisbee golf, I promise.
My SquareUp store is still up, too, and includes a new piece of art I did for the Doubleclicks' music video "Women Know Math." And... keep your eyes out for Volume 2 of Ruby Red! I'm waiting for the physical proof copy, then I'll probably go ahead and order some for the store.
Lastly, I'm open for commissions! Click on the chart below for basic pricing information, or contact me through my website if you have something else in mind you’d like me to draw.
I ink all of my artwork traditionally. If you’d like the original drawing and/or a color print sent to you, please let me know. Shipping and the price of ordering the print will be charged. I accept payment through PayPal or through SquareUp.Portfolio | Ruby Red (a Webcomic) | Buy things from me | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | Tumblr (General) | Tumblr (Ruby Red)
SC Comicon 2016 is this weekend! I will be at table 233! I’ll have comics, prints, buttons, and sketch commissions! Come by the table and say hi!
If you can’t make it to the con, you can check out my SquareUp store, or you can commission custom artwork from me! Click on the chart below for basic pricing information, or contact me through my websiteif you have something else in mind you’d like to have drawn.
I ink all of my artwork traditionally. If you’d like the original drawing and/or a color print sent to you, please let me know. Shipping and the price of ordering the print will be charged. I accept payment through PayPal or through SquareUp.
Penultimately, my mini-comic Over the River is complete! Well, there’s a bit of a cliffhanger, but that’s it for right now. Go check it out!
Lastly, Ruby Red is still coming along. I am in the process of inking right now. I’m doing something new for these pages–I drew the pencils in blue lead, so I can skip over the erasing stage and save my wrist some trouble. My favorite stage of comic-making changes every time I change stages, but I really do enjoy inking. There is something completely satisfying about seeing the final form of the comic take shape.