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Hello folks! I got a message about the relief commissions asking if you can donate directly to the Philippine Red Cross and email me a confirmation of donation (rather than depositing into my paypal account). This is totally fine of course! If you feel more comfortable donating this way, I am more than ok with it. And if you would rather donate to another credible organization other than the Red Cross, that’s cool too.
Thanks a billion for contributing - you guys rule!
Was going to make some neat flip-books out of this sneezing girl animation to hand out to people at CTN tomorrow, but ran out of time to clean it up, whoops.
I’m gonna be volunteering all day on Saturday, so don’t be afraid to say hello! I can talk forever about cartoons! :D
Commissions for Relief in the Philippines!
Hello beautiful people! So, as many of you know, the Philippines was hit by Typhoon Haiyan recently (I’m pinay and this was hard to hear). I’ll be taking commissions to raise money for the disaster relief (and will draw anything you like, of course) - this is the first time I’ve done something like this, so we’ll see how this goes!
$12 for a 4x6 inked sketch, mailed directly to you.
$18 for a colored, high-resolution digital drawing file.
Payment can be received through my paypal account (email@example.com) You can message me through tumblr or my email address if interested.
100% of all proceeds will go directly to the Philippine Red Cross.
(Also, 1 USD is about 43 pesos - so, $10 = 435 pesos. Commission sketch or not, every dollar really helps! Please donate if you can.)
They closed the school through Tuesday now, so still can’t post art. Have this sickeningly romantic Kurt Vonnegut story that I love to death but isn’t available online anywhere for some reason instead.
(It’s a single story part of a larger collection called, Look at the Birdie - the syntax isn’t exact-o-mungo because of darn tumblr format, so I highly recommend picking it up a copy of the book if you can!)
I just heard the news last night about the norovirus that infected several students and staff at CalArts, forcing the closure of the campus. I hope everyone infected recovers soon.
Hopefully when everyone is feeling better they will get to have their epic Halloween party soon, which had to be cancelled. Here’s a photo of me by my friend Josh from the last one of those I attended back in 2001. I had no idea what was going on.