It's been awhile, hasn't it? First off, I've got a quick update on the novel I illustrated the cover for. You can buy it on Amazon for Paperback or Kindle here!
If you could support by buying, reading, and possibly writing a review, the author and I would really appreciate it. We already have been discussing the possibilities for the cover for the next book.
So as I've stated before, I'm unemployed. To this day, I'm unable to find anything despite sending out several applications. It's been really discouraging and frustrated as I'd like to have a steady income. I occasionally get called in for a sub job, but that isn't steady enough. The possibility of commissions have come to mind, but I've either felt like I wasn't good enough, or not ready. However, I think I've been waiting long enough. I'm going to be setting up commissions over the next couple of weeks. Though, I won't be taking fanart commissions. It's technically very illegal and I don't want to face any trouble. So unless I can get licensing, I won't be taking commissions to draw our favorite comic book characters.
Another possibility is opening a Patreon. I know a lot of people use it, but I've never really been a fan of the idea. Something about having to pay for my exclusive content seems unfair to me. I don't want to do that to people, yet I know it's useful and a good way to get support and viewers interested. So what I'm asking is, should I open one up? Would you be interested?
As for what kind of content I'd share? Well... tell me what you'd like. It's time for me to stop procrastinating the ideas and get to work on those tutorials! On here, and YouTube! I'm going to start livestreaming more as well.
Last bit of exciting news, you ready? I'm currently working on concepts for a comic! That's right, a very good friend of mine are working together to create a comic! It's a slow process, but I'm excited for it! Something to look forward to sooner? Well, I'm going to work on a little webcomic! I've got several story ideas, and it's about time I bring one to light.
I'd love to hear your feedback on everything, stay tuned!