20% OF PRINT SALES WILL BE DONATED TO CHARITY!
My university, CSUB, has this really neat "Campus Gamers" club that coordinates free public events every year. One of their charity events is called "Extra Life," where they raise thousands of dollars for the Lauren Small Children's Medical Center at Bakersfield Memorial Hospital, which is part of the Children's Miracle Network of hospitals. Campus Gamers was able to raise $10,000 last year and they aim to raise $16,000 this year.
I was so touched seeing them buy a booth at my local con just to sign up people of all ages for "Extra Life."
I'd like to help them in any way I can with the donations, so I'll be selling my prints
Information on CSUB's Campus Gamers' Extra Life event
Where I will donate
Please Help with My Service DogEdited 15/04/14 - Added Some Extra Information
As you may or may not know, I am currently in the process of getting a service dog for multiple disabilities of mine. As time goes by, I am needing the dog more and more.
- The cost of the dog is between $3000 and $5000 -
500 people, donating $10 each, could help cover the costs.
Per parents' requests, I have to raise the money before I can sign the payment plan for the dog. I have enough money, but that money has been set aside for years as it's only to be used for university costs.
So I'm asking for the community's help. Any help.
- Linking to this journal on your page.
- Linking to this journal on social media.
- Ordering commissions.
- Buying products with my designs on it.
- Small donations of even $5.
All of my earnings from art sales and donations go towards my dog. They are completely separate from the rest of the money that I have earned in the past and from the money I use on personal things.
I think I
Tutorial Hunt ContestMy dear members,
hopefully you have started our new year 2014 just as I wished you would. Please let me summarize a few things that need your kind attention.
Number of rejected submissions is stagnating if not even straightforward rising. It steals our time to write each such submission a personal note to heed the group rules or directly reject it as we don't have time to remind the same artist several times over what we expect the artwork to contain. Also, if that's not clear enough, we do not like rejecting submissions, because then you're sad or confused or angry about it and that's naturally not our goal. Please, I implore you, read the group rules, and if you're not sure about something even then, write a short note to the group, you should have an answer in next 24h. It wouldn't be fair not to mention those many of you who always diligently state all information we require - thank you very much! Your group rules compliance is recognized and appreciated.