AWA staff sent out Artist Alley location info yesterday! My eyes got big when I saw the map because...wow, there are so many tables o___o;;; I feel so tiny! o__o;
If you will be in Atlanta around these times, please stop by and visit!
Anime Weekend Atlanta - Atlanta, GA (September 24-27, 2015)Artist Alley
- prints (including one brand-new print), ACEOs, sketches, stickers (including two new sets), and commissionsMore info
Map added! (Click to view full size.)
Commissions UpdateI am planning on adding new categories to my commissions:
Character reference sheets (from $50-200)
Sketch pages (from $100)
Base chibis (from $15)
I will also be adding the option for speedpaints
(where I record the process for you).
If you have any comments/suggestions/questions, please let me know! Points Commissions
I have played with the idea of offering Points commissions, but the conversion rate is still a little confusing XD; If you are interested in Points commissions, let me know.
I recently updated my online store (Storenvy) with new graphics, and now I've updated the product photos! The thumbnails for each print preview are larger and include detail shots as well, so now you don't have to wonder, "What in the world is that little colored speck?" lol.
I've also made a Zazzle page, which right now has phone cases and pouches (not just for iPhones)~ Eventually I'd like to add more items, like clothes, buttons, stationery, etc. >v<
One of the biggest questions I ask myself when I'm done with a drawing, whether it's a simple sketch or a complete work, is this: "To upload, or not to upload?"
The reason I even have to ask this question is because a lot of the time, what I'm drawing is something I can't
upload, at least not for a while. When it comes to my projects, some benefit from having exclusive art, and some need to remain spoiler-free. But I have no potential to make profit from my projects until they are released in their final form and become tangible things rather than merely ideas.
So I figured that while I'm working on these projects, I can share sneak-peaks and behind-the-scenes progress
with those who support me every two weeks on Patreon. That way, I still get to share what I'm working on right then, and people get to see and participate
in the creation process, giving feedback so I can make the work even better!!
In the meantime, with patron support and commissions, I will still be able to pay for supplies, upgrades, convention costs, and daily life. ;3;Why Support?
Because I love you.
In addition to the "rewards" I mentioned above, patrons get other rewards depending on the level they pledge at, such as chibis, discount codes, fan art requests, and more.
Patron levels start at just $1.00 per two weeks. For more info on Patreon and how it works, see my FAQ post here
.*Can't or don't want to use Patreon? That's totally fine! You can still support me the same way you have been--by watching, faving, and commenting on my artwork Every one means a lot to me!
Thank you for reading this long list of updates owo;P.S. I know that Facebook icon up at the top links to my dA profile. I don't have Facebook, but couldn't change the icon XD