Now, several people have asked me if they could donate or send some Paypal or Patreon funds my way. I feel extremely awkward about this because it was never my intention to ask for money. I tried to be truthful to my reality in order to explain how I live while I come across my name printed on tote bags I cannot afford.
The responses to my piece about the commodification of my work have been very touching and emotional. Many people have reached out with support, offers of donations and comments. Since it would have been impossible to respond to each comment individually (and it would have mostly been a copy/paste of the same response), I wrote one single post addressing all of this (and including a link to the tip jar requested by several people).
AND I’ve decided to put up my KLANCE art for sale as different sized prints and more.
My Society6-> Go here for various print options, including mugs, tote bags, pillow cases etc.
Here’s a preview of my Klance hug art as an iPhone skin that I really liked this. You can check/purchase that out HERE
This is my first time doing this so I would love to see this generate some interest. If something catches your eye, or if you have questions & concerns, do not hesitate to message me. Otherwise, please SIGNAL BOOST and promo an artist ^_^
I hope to add more stuff to my shop after I chug out more artsies (•̀ᴗ•́)ノ *:･ﾟ✧
what immortal hand or eye dare frame thy fearful symmetry
Anyone familiar with William Blake’s The Tyger poem knows it’s the perfect capture of feeling we get when face to face with a beautiful, but ferocious, beast. But tigers aren’t the only animals whose symmetry is admirable. Here are several different animal portraits drawn by different artists, each looking dead-on at the viewer. Some are more artistic and interpretive, others are frighteningly realistic.