Oh my goodness, I am so behind in notes and messages and updates.
Apologies for my long absence, I have been working (and still work) at a remote location without personal internet access most of the time. I have a bunch of new cast lines I developed for my last convention that I will hopefully put up pictures of soon, from umbreon and litwick to jackalopes and baby dragons. I will also catch up on messages and things when I can, but that may take a while, I have extremely limited internet time. Now that I have some income I can also hopefully restock my casting supplies and begin filling my etsy shop again. Currently, my next planned conven
The monkey sanctuary I interned at this spring is doing a fundraiser to keep themselves running--if you have a few dollars to spare, they could really use the help! If not, you should check it out anyway for adorable pictures of baby monkeys. :) Alouatta Sanctuary is the only primate rehabilitation facility in Panama that specializes in howler monkeys, though they'll take in just about anything. They use an open rehabilitation system to get orphaned monkeys out of the pet trade and back into the wild. It's truly a labor of love and every dollar counts.
I know I've been inactive for a long time here, but that's because I've been busy with work and with a couple of big projects. One of these projects is I'm helping to put together a homegrown convention in New England celebrating all things western animation (anime fans are more than welcome too!). From My Little Pony to Adventure Time to old school Saturday morning cartoons, plus we're looking to showcase the work of independent animators. The reason I'm bringing it up here is the registration for Artist Alley is open! We especially love local artists who've always wanted to try their hand at running their own artist alley ta