How I Got Into Drawing – A Video

This is how I got into drawing. What do you think of this style of video? Let me know in the comments if you would like to see more like this!

Here are the links mentioned in the video:

Did you like that Buu art I drew? Well, it’s a FREE phone wallpaper on Ko-fi!

Here’s that article I mentioned about Rurouni Kenshin’s creator (CW: mentions of ch!ld abuse/p*rn). 

The Janemba sketches I mentioned are somewhere during this archived live stream if you want to watch (there are tons of other sketches, as well, if you like sketchbook tours).

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To get started, go to this Trello board


  • Music – Kevin MacLeod
  • (Tracks used: Late Night Radio, Newer Wave, Angel Share, Airship Serenity, Odyssey)
  • Video Editing – Olive Video Editor
  • Recording – OBS
  • Mic – Blue Snowball
  • Drawing Program – Clip Studio Paint
  • SFX – Pixabay


To get your name added to this list, join one of my clubs.

  • Eileen M.
  • magicalgirlkyra
  • All Unka
  • Raiden
  • Ella Q
  • Andrew Balch
  • Adam Vazquez
  • Maya Smith
  • Pat Jade
  • JessicaMcIntosh
  • RPZ
  • Bryce Bargar

And thank YOU for watching!

You. Are. Awesome.

The Pin Club is Changing (for the Better)

The Pin Club I run is changing. Here’s why, what that means, and what comes next.


Two big things are different now: the supplier I use, and the time you can sign up. They both tie into each other.

So I found out the hard way that my usual go-to printer for acrylic pins – StickerMule – actually sucks. They have contributed to anti-LGBTQ causes, including the Dingus Gump himself, and haven’t paid fair overtime wages to their employees.

I won’t give my money to them anymore because of those factors. So I found a new product team – Vograce. They specialize in stuff for convention vendors like me, so they do MORE than just acrylic pins. But for the purposes of the Pin Club, I’m going to try their pins out.


Because of changing to a new printer, how folks join the Pin Club will be different.

Moving forward, new members can join the Pin Club ONLY on the first weekend of the month.


  • Having a limited window for folks to join will make it easier to know how much I need to print. I’m a one-person operation, after all! I do all the logistics and packaging. On top of that, there is a minimum order requirement, and the more pins ordered, the less it costs to print per pin.
  • Plus: I want to make sure everyone who joins the club gets the pins they sign up for. And if I did a Patreon model where people joined whenever they wanted, it would make keeping and ordering stock harder.
  • Also, working with a new printer, I want to make sure that pins for each month come in and get shipped at a reasonable pace. This is especially true because Vograce ships from overseas.

What’s Next?

The window for joining the December Pin Club opens this Friday, Dec 2nd! The last day to join will be Monday, Dec 5th. The Pin Club won’t open for new memberships after that until January.

I’m also going to tweak the wording on my Subscribe Page to reflect this change. Maybe I’ll even make a pop-up listing in my Ko-Fi shop

So yes. Moving forward, Pin Club memberships will open on the first weekend of each month, First Friday to the following Monday. The schedule will help everybody involved.

Digital Club and Zine Club memberships can happen at any time. Those rewards are ones I can provide from my current studio setup. Just the Pin Club is changed.

If you still have questions, post them in the comments and I’ll answer as best as I can.

That’s all for now. Thank you for reading!

You. Are. Awesome.