You! Hey, you! Want to own some of these
grossinteresting cards on your wall? Framed on your drawer? Aim practice for darts? Well we’re all in luck, I’m going to try convince you to buy these off me for this Christmas!
I’m selling these A5 cards with an ink sketch of your choice on the other side of the card for 10 dollars/8 euros. If you’re not feeling the sketch, then I’ll give you 3 cards without a sketch for the same price. What a steal! You feel a strange compelling. You’ve always wanted a print of the naked hairy devil out on a date, and now is your chance. What a time to be alive.
If you’re interested, contact me at email@example.com with your card preference(s) and sketch request. The sketch can be anything, though I’ll probably fail at complex vehicles and equines. B)
Payment via Paypal or bank transfer if you live in Finland.
E: Here’s a picture of the physical cards, so you get the feel of the size and quality: http://claystorks.tumblr.com/post/60936454594
Did you guys see it? Did you love it? Amazing, disturbing, intense.
So here’s one of those ideas that I get suddenly and instantly become in over my head in: I was thinking about making a series of YouTube videos interviewing webcomic creators? I really enjoyed doing the reviews that I did, but it felt kind of odd to be the only one speaking in the video. Plus, it’s hard to say anything negative (albeit constructive) with the knowledge that the creator will likely see your review haha. But I’m more excited by the idea of talking to other creators and would find their insight far more compelling than anything I’d have to say in a review. So, thoughts? Would you enjoy something like that? Any advice? Like, what’s the best way to interview someone not-in-person? (skype, etc.) Thanks!
fast color doodles
MORE STRESS RELIEF
This got meta fast.
WHO’S Elba Davis? Well, let me tell you *cue 90s sitcom music*
good bad dreams
bad good dreams