juricha:

A paid commission for a wonderful CountDrunku of a gift for MylaFox of Zim in his student form and Gir dressed as MylaFox’s fursona. I hope you’re pleased with the results! Done with Faber-Castell Artist Pitt Brush pens and Faber-Castell pencils. Zim and Gir belong to Jhonen Vasques, Myla belongs to MylaFox. Art belongs to Juricha.

dsjkhskjdhask Ahhhh my friends are awesome! ;v; Such cuteness in this little surprise. <3 Thanks again, you two!

juricha:

A paid commission for a wonderful CountDrunku of a gift for MylaFox of Zim in his student form and Gir dressed as MylaFox’s fursona. I hope you’re pleased with the results!
Done with Faber-Castell Artist Pitt Brush pens and Faber-Castell pencils. Zim and Gir belong to Jhonen Vasques, Myla belongs to MylaFox. Art belongs to Juricha.

dsjkhskjdhask Ahhhh my friends are awesome! ;v; Such cuteness in this little surprise. <3 Thanks again, you two!

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Text Post Tue, Mar. 18, 2014 97 notes

A Warning to Artists and Art Appreciators

Just a heads-up… I will no longer be contributing anything to the Anthrology book, due to their staff’s extreme lack of professionalism and respect. I highly advise anyone reading this to do the same. They refused to elaborate what “exclusive rights” they will have over my work, and grew defensive when questioned. They insisted that because this book will only be sold online and not in a physical store, that my legal rights as a content creator are not something to be concerned with. I was told that I should be content with getting paid $45 for a fully polished illustration that they can do whatever they please with in the future, because getting paid $45 for such a thing is, “pretty much awesome???”

They demanded watermark-free, full resolution files and kept changing their terms of agreement without first contacting me personally about it. This went from an initial single book run, to my artwork being used for advertising and other products such as bookmarks, buttons, digital distributions, t-shirts, etc.

Again, I highly advise against working with these people if you value your work and time. They seem to have a hidden agenda with little concern for the heart of the project, the contributing artists.

In general, you should exercise caution with any “scouts” that send you an “invitation” to projects like these. They will often try to lure you in with prices that can sound appealing to the less experienced, but will profit extensively with exclusive rights to your work in the long run.

If you wish to see my artwork, you can continue to do so in my online galleries. Thanks!






Text Post Tue, Mar. 18, 2014 379,107 notes

You know what I absolutely fucking hate

When people choose a person over you and then when they have no one else they come running back to you. No, fuck you. Fuck you for not being there for me when I needed you. fuck you for never making an effort to see me because you had someone else

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starfleetrambo:

comic © me

satan © himself

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saucybroswithbenefits:


How to make an artist’s self worth plummet from 10 to 0 in one sentence.
DONOEVERTELLTHATTOANYARTISTWHOTAKESCOMMISSIONS.
DON’T DO IT.  
TELL THEM YOU CAN’T AFFORD THE PRICE.  TELL THEM YOU’LL HAVE TO SEEK FOR AN OTHER ARTIST AS YOU CAN NOT AFFORD THE PRICE.
EVEN IF IT ISN’T TRUE.
LIE SO YOU WON’T SHOW HOW MUCH OF A JERK YOU ARE.
AND MOST OF ALLDO NOT PROMOTE AN OTHER ARTIST BECAUSE THEIR ART IS CHEAPER.
I make a living from art.  I struggle to make a living from art.  With the prices I currently have, I’m LUCKY if at the end of the week I’ve managed to make as much as I would with a minimum wage.  Spoiler: it almost NEVER happens.
AND IN THAT CASE, IT’S EVEN WORSE.  I LET THEM LOOK AT MY PRICE BEFORE TELLING THEM THE FINAL PRICE.  I THOUGHT THEY WERE OK WITH THE PRICES, AND THAT THEY ONLY WANTED CONFIRMATION, AND THAT’S WHAT I GET AFTER I GIVE THEM THAT PRICE.
WHAT I GET IS: Yeah your work isn’t worth it.
YOU KNOW WHAT?
I WON’T SHOW YOUR NAME, BECAUSE I’M A DECENT HUMAN BEING, AND I WON’T SHOW THE ARTIST’S NAME.
BUT YOU KNOW WHAT?
FUCK YOU.
I’m not doing any work today.  I don’t feel like I can do it.

saucybroswithbenefits:

How to make an artist’s self worth plummet from 10 to 0 in one sentence.

DO
NO
EVER
TELL
THAT
TO
ANY
ARTIST
WHO
TAKES
COMMISSIONS.

DON’T DO IT.  

TELL THEM YOU CAN’T AFFORD THE PRICE.  TELL THEM YOU’LL HAVE TO SEEK FOR AN OTHER ARTIST AS YOU CAN NOT AFFORD THE PRICE.

EVEN IF IT ISN’T TRUE.

LIE SO YOU WON’T SHOW HOW MUCH OF A JERK YOU ARE.

AND MOST OF ALL
DO NOT PROMOTE AN OTHER ARTIST BECAUSE THEIR ART IS CHEAPER.

I make a living from art.  I struggle to make a living from art.  With the prices I currently have, I’m LUCKY if at the end of the week I’ve managed to make as much as I would with a minimum wage.  Spoiler: it almost NEVER happens.

AND IN THAT CASE, IT’S EVEN WORSE.  I LET THEM LOOK AT MY PRICE BEFORE TELLING THEM THE FINAL PRICE.  I THOUGHT THEY WERE OK WITH THE PRICES, AND THAT THEY ONLY WANTED CONFIRMATION, AND THAT’S WHAT I GET AFTER I GIVE THEM THAT PRICE.

WHAT I GET IS: Yeah your work isn’t worth it.

YOU KNOW WHAT?

I WON’T SHOW YOUR NAME, BECAUSE I’M A DECENT HUMAN BEING, AND I WON’T SHOW THE ARTIST’S NAME.

BUT YOU KNOW WHAT?

FUCK YOU.

I’m not doing any work today.  I don’t feel like I can do it.

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thempregchronicles:

do you know who the heck i am?




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punkasslouis:

do you ever see an opinion that’s so terrible that you actually feel bad for that person’s brain

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Text Post Tue, Feb. 25, 2014 3 notes

n-e-v-y:

casual reminder that there’s only one you on this planet and there will only ever be one you, you’re special and unique and have so much potential to do great things :)

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