Support Me on Patreon!

Hello folks!

I am now have an active Patreon page, and I would love to see you there!

More than just acting as a platform to donate, I’m working to make the experience with my audience more interactive. patreon trans

Even $1 per month would mean so much to me, but for those willing to jump even farther into the rabbit hole, your voice will count in how my art gets done.  Moving up a tier IMMEDIATELY gets you access to behind the scenes content, including strips days before their release, wherein you can give me input to maybe make the content stronger, and credit for suggestions taken.  A tier higher and you could secure your place as a character in the strip, and going even higher, you’ll have access to art EXCLUSIVE to Patreon and the option to request illustrations you’d like to see me tackle.

So please, engage with me on Patreon!  The link can be found right HERE as well on the right side of the page—>

A Quick Shout-out: DRAWFEE

This is a bit new, and I’m going to try and do it more often, but I want to take a moment to shout-out some folks who inspire me and my work.  In most of these cases, they aren’t people I’m affiliated with, just folks who are putting in the work that help me get mine done.

So if you get a chance, check out DRAWFEE on YouTube and Facebook.  It’s a group of arDrawfee_Logotists who apply their drawing skills to creatively and humorously interpreting fun ideas, whether they’re creating knock-off versions of franchises, using prompts from their audiences, and sometimes just indulging in silly versions of Nerd-dom.  They’re funny, and clever, and on days when I’m in a slump and struggling to latch onto a joke, their creative perspective have on multiple occasions helped me think outside my own box.  So check out DRAWFEE,

Drawfee on YouTube

Drawfee on Facebook

Some People Who Deserve the Attention

comic-promotion1I would like to take an opportunity to plug a couple of friends I made at NYCC. Their work is just incredible, and they deserve every bit of promotion they can get.
First is Peter Shevenell and his comic Blastola
It’s insightful and funny and it’s a unique take on Superheroes.
And then there is Kyle Rose doing a comic called the Working Stiff.
It’s a great zombie inspired comedy, and I just love the heck out of it! Please, check out their work and spread the word. These guys are amazing!
I will link them both at the bottom of the page as well.