C. Hansen is a graduate from the University of Washington who is currently living in the ever verdant Pacific Northwest. Expect highly erratic updates.
Current Residence: Seattle Favourite genre of music: Assorted (60's-Today) Operating System: Windows 10 Favourite cartoon character: Spider-man and Ghost Rider Personal Quote: "Not fair? I wonder what your basis for comparison is."
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Bee Gees & The 'Bowie'
Legacy of Kain: Defiance
Favourite Gaming Platform
PS2, NDSL, PSP
Tools of the Trade
Pencil, paper, inking pens, tablet, and photoshop CS 2.
I seriously keep forgetting that DeviantArt exists. >.>'
I've been quite busy on other art sites right now, so if you're interested in following me more on a daily/semi-daily basis, you can check out my Tumblr (exclusively my art or updates about such) or Instagram (everything from my art to my bujo to my kitten) accounts. I've also revamped my website and added a store where you can purchase some of my work. As you can imagine there's been a bit of work in getting all of those up and running and working properly, but things are starting to settle down into a routine so I'm going to try and remember to update my DA a little m
A good friend of mine, Marie, introduced me to Patreon. I'd seen a few artists I follow mention it but hadn't really looked into it.
To give a brief overview of the site, I'll use the site's explanation of itself.
Patreon is a way to get paid for creating the things you’re already creating (webcomics, videos, songs, whatevs). Fans pledge a few bucks per month OR per thing you release, and then you get paid every month, or every time you release something new (whether it’s on SoundCloud, YouTube, your own website, or anywhere).Do you enjoy the art I produce? Would you like to be a Patron of the Arts? Well, Patreon is a great way
I have the worst habit of forgetting about updating my journals on here. I wonder if it's because I forget that DA is a thing occasionally or it I'm just lackadaisical about writing updates anywhere. Deep mysteries, obviously.
I hope the summer has been treating you all well. In my last journal update we were just leaving New Zealand, so I'll give a quick recap from there. We spent 30 and 3/4 days at sea making the crossing from NZ straight to Hilo, Hawai'i. It was the longest single ocean crossing we have ever made, beating out the previous record holder by nearly 10 full days. It fell just shy of 5,000 nautical miles,