So! I freelance mentorship/editor workshops to great success, and I have free scheduling to take on 2-3 people starting this month, so I'm opening myself up publically.
I work with people who want to improve in their artistic expression/skill during weekly sessions over a 3-month period. Continuance optional. Rate is $200 USD per session (though open to negotiation).
Toss a reply/DM if interested and we can talk! Testimonials and references to previous clients on request.
A friendly reminder that if you could see yourself enjoying a small comics/narrative art-focused social community like comicscamp.club, feel free to send me a DM and I can set you up with an invite!
Open to any creative people who like good stories and who are kind, supportive, inclusive, and good beans all around. Come join us at Camp!
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chickpea cookies came out good!!! they have a good amount of protein what with being basically just chickpeas and natural peanut butter. i used less maple syrup than the recipe called for since i like my cookies not very sweet, and also cause, i’m diabetic lmao. so i subbed in a bit of soy milk since the dough was super thick and the food processor we have was struggling hahaha. https://www.thecheaplazyvegan.com/chickpea-chocolate-chip-cookies-vegan-gluten-free/
hoping to have a rubber stamp made with my patreon hamster mascot. can't seem to make up my mind between these two designs though! what do you guys think? A or B. #mastoart
One product that I was really happy to find being made locally here, was beeswax wraps that replace awful single use plastic wrap in the kitchen. Since I live in Ecuador I have no way to recommend products to followers (who i assume are mostly american & from other countries). I found this small brand on FB tho, that I think is also UK based. And they seem to get their wax from a local supplier rather than industrial bee farming too! https://www.facebook.com/HappyBeeZeroWaste/
I was digging around to see if there are biodegradable or compostable adhesive papers and glue, and i ended up stumbling onto this site that has a bunch of alternative ideas to use less plastic. Not the prettiest site but it's the content that matters. http://plasticisrubbish.com/2016/08/07/b-p-a-soup-oh-yuck/
Which in turn led me to this site that sells recycled fabric gift wrapping: https://www.wragwrap.com/
And it's such a great and cute idea??? Def wanna wrap any future presents in fabric I have lying around the house.
I'll be going without my patreon earnings this coming March (public announcement on my patreon), so if you like my work and feel like tossing me a buck on my ko-fi, I'd super appreciate it! I'm not in a dire financial situation or anything, but it's unfortunate to go without my only source of income for a whole month. --
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