That’s right – there will be NO new streams for the next two weeks.
I am, as experts would say, VERY tired.
After back-to-back-to-back KickStarter campaigns – one of which I did two streams a week for – I need a break.
Other Project Updates
The Legend of Jamie Roberts will still update once a week on Wednesdays. Plus the email newsletter will still send out once a week on Fridays.
I had new designs for BreeBree Bootique on hiatus for April (because of the KickStarter madness). New designs will be coming next week.
Other than that? Don’t expect too much of a peep from me, except for KickStarter updates. I’m still making things to fulfill rewards.
So When Will Streams Come Back?
No solid dates yet. But I’m thinking…sometime around May 22nd maybe? I have a big announcement to make around that weekend.
….And that’s all I’ve got for now! Thanks for reading, and for your understanding.
You. Are. Awesome.
We’re in the FINAL hours of The Legend of Jamie Roberts, volume 1 on KickStarter.
If you haven’t heard:
The Legend is the story of Jamie Roberts and their two best friends treasure-hunting with a stolen map in a land full of magic.
The story is a long-running webcomic project, but now…
- We’re getting chapters 1 through 4 (plus bonus material) in one book.
- The KickStarter launched to get funding so the book can go to print.
- We reached our initial goal! And now we’re SO CLOSE to our next stretch goal!
Interested in getting the book? Back it soon – the campaign ENDS MARCH 27 – that’s THIS SATURDAY.
Rewards for backers include, but are not limited to:
- Campaign-exclusive minicomics!
- And more!
If we reach 50 backers, I’ll add new bonus material to the book: sketched versions of Chapter 5’s first 3 to 4 pages. Will you be our 50th? Or even our 51st?!
Broke? Share this post, or the campaign link (tinyurl.com/jamie-v1) FAR AND WIDE!
Thank you for your support however you show it.
You. Are. Awesome.
In case you missed it, I did a livestream this past Saturday! Watch as I draw a modern-day Valkyrie to completion. (I’m so proud of how this turned out!)
I drew this skeleton fiddler as a commission for someone last month. I think he turned out well!
I drew this entirely digitally, on Clip Studio Paint. It’s my program of choice, because PhotoShop is a hard drive hog and CSP is much smoother and easier to manage.
I can’t remember the exact year that Plump the Post happened. But I think it was no later than 2018.
Plump the Post was a zine collecting art made by and for fat representation. For my entry, I wanted to highlight chubby genderqueer people because they’re valid, too.
(Also Hollywood has a tendency that even IF they highlight trans characters, they’re, 99.9% of the time, skinny.)
The model who served as inspiration for this piece was a friend of a friend, a chubby trans dude whom I am not naming to protect his privacy.
Is the zine available for sale? Well, it’s here.
Will there be another issue? Hard to say.
But I’m glad I participated in it.