28 January 2013

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It's been awhile since I've done a proper post, January ended up being busies than I expected.

First off did some ROTG fanart on Jack Frost.

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Funny story for this, I was looking up Valentine's Day on wiki because I was feeling bored when I stumbled upon this bit of info:
In Norfolk, a character called ‘Jack’ Valentine knocks on the rear door of houses leaving sweets and presents for children. Although he was leaving treats, many children were scared of this mystical person.

Course, I HAD to draw Jack Frost as a "Jack Valentine." How could I not? Stu got me a tablet for Christmas, and this was the first drawing I properly used it both for colour and digital inking. I know I need more practice, but he turned out really cute.

Also, this summer I'm going to try selling some of my felt crafts and clay jewelery locally. I was telling one of my co-workers how I tried to sell some crafts on esty, but I didn't sell a lot because there's A LOT of stiff competition. She then suggested to me about selling my crafts locally, and told me about how her and some of my co-workers sell their crafts at a craft event held by the the ovarian cancer society every summer.

The crafters buy a table and the money goes to the charity, but the crafters get to keep the profits they sell from their crafts. The main point of the even is to raise awareness. I have thought about selling my stuff at cons, but wasn't sure how much I would enjoy it. However, I figured this would be a good experience for me and it's for a good cause. Worse case, if I don't sell anything I will have some Christmas gifts ready for next year.

Thankfully, it's not until the summer so I got plenty of time to work away and make some stuff before then to sell.

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