I can't believe I've been on DA so long that you can probably read my journals from when I first started posting my super sketchy fanart to this moment.
I just wanted to share this blog post on my website! I'm in the animation industry nooowwww!!! http://www.laurbits.com/updates/made-it-to-dreamworks/
If any of you have been following me for some time now, you know this is blowing my mind. But it's totally doable, guys. You can make stuff happen! (insert other better articulated awesome words of encouragement)
Thanks for being interested in my work, everyone!
Just a note: if I ever skip an update here on DA, Twitter, Facebook or Tumblr, the latest page still goes up on my website. I usually have a good chunk of pages in the buffer ready to go so just check the website directly!
GAHHH, can't figure out why I can't seem to access the internet from my new desktop. It was working just fine yesterday! And I can access the wireless on my iPad. LAKSHF:LASfhhh~
Hey guys, quick post here to plug my fellow lady friends at Sparkler Monthly.
Their Kickstarter needs a little help and if you're into shojo/josei stories at all and/or like to help indie publishers, definitely consider pitching in to their campaign or help spread the word. We need small, independent publishers like them willing to take risks with new comic artists, writers and creators.
If you'd like to check out their offerings, you can view their titles over here!
I completely forgot to mention! Anybody here going/tabling at ACEN next week?
I'm going (NOT tabling though!) with a few friends for the weekend and was just wondering if any of you will be there. :) Maybe we can fangirl over stuff!
For those of you who have a tumblr account or an RSS reader, this is my new production blog for creating Vol. 2!
I am basically throwing everything but the kitchen sink at it. I realize there's a lot I don't talk about or show when I talk about "working on Vol. 2" so here's a very behind-the-scenes space for you to check out!
If you're interested in self-publishing, making your own comics or just generally interested in how comic artists work, you'll probably dig it!