Sorry! Due to a terrible strike of the Procrastination Plague, I was unable to complete my promised blog post for today. The final installment of How to Write A Contract will be on Wednesday.
In the meantime, you should be reading Validation and Johnson & Sir!
Over at Validation, we’ll be announcing a winner of the giveaway by Christian and me! Check in on Facebook, because that’s where we’ll make the announcement.
If you want new sketches and project updates, Twitter is the best place to find me. If you have any questions, you can ask me there or leave a question in comments here.
I’m still vlogging on YouTube! This week’s new episode can be watched here.
My Deviantart has been busy, as has my Tumblr and my Pinterest. Go check out some of the sweet stuff I’ve been sharing (including new inspirations on some boards over at Pinterest, but I won’t spoil anything).
And at the Store, there’s a new print! Click the image below to get it.
“Vlogging,” or video blogging, is something I have wanted to get into for quite some time now.
Well I like performing. I always have. I even performed in an improv comedy troupe for two years during college, and performed in plays and music performances after that.
Not only that, but there are things I want to talk about and share with you through vlog, so you can see not just my face, but the cool stories, ideas, comics, etc. I want to share with you.
Also, eventually, there will be puppets.
Last year I made a couple of videos to see if vlogging was something I wanted to do. Despite some failures, there were a couple of successes, and I wanted to keep making vlogs to build on those successes.
In fact, I released my first official vlog post of 2014, which you can watch by clicking on the image below:
Future updates will be every Friday, and I’ll mostly just be story-telling.
I hope you dig!
Woah, I’m updating on a day that’s not Sunday!
I’m updating to share a video I made for ArtLink Phoenix and the Project for Awesome.
The Project for Awesome is an annual event on YouTube where video creators advocate for their favorite charities and raise money for those charities. If you go to the website, you can see the videos other people have made.
You can watch the video I made for ArtLink Phoenix here on YouTube. Every comment you leave is a penny donated to the Foundation to Decrease World Suck, which is the pool of money that is distributed to the winners of the Project for Awesome.
You can vote for this project over at this page.
If you are interested, you can be part of a new trend on Twitter: for every tweet with the hashtag #P4A, it’s a penny donated to the Foundation to Decrease World Suck. P4A is trending even more than the NSA! Let’s keep it that way today!
Thank you for your time and support!