Support Art

Dear Constant Reader,

Two of my favorite artists have launched new projects!

Marrus is sharing her art and her creative process through Patreon. For only a couple of bucks a month you can see her new artworks before they’re released to the public and learn how she created them. And let me tell you, the mind of Marrus is a very interesting place indeed. With this support she’ll be able to spend more time in her studio bringing the pictures in her head to life.

Rae Bradbury-Enslin has designed a line of beautiful and affordable mermaid tails that’s she’s making available through Kickstarter. She’s developed a hybrid between a fabric tail and a silicone one and the results are gorgeous.

This all makes me think about my own projects and creative process. There are so many things I want to do and to share with you, my Constant Reader, but I just don’t have the time (that is, the time to take away from earning a living) to do them all. Or to do them on the scale I want. I’ve been putting things out here in the great wide world for more than 5 years now, but there’s only so much I can do as one woman with a computer and a mediocre camera*.

Would you be willing to pay a little for better content? There are things I’m not willing to share with the entire world, for free, but I might just share with you in a more private venue. Also, I’ve got two more books in the works and I just haven’t been able to devote the time needed to finish them.

What is it that you want to see from me? More reviews? Photos? Videos? Costuming tutorials? Historic cooking? More personal stories? Tell me and I will do my best (within reason) to indulge you, Constant Reader.

M2 * For example, my little book never would have happened without a huge amount of work from Scratch. I absolutely could not have done it by myself.

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Published in: on 16 February 2017 at 2:49 pm  Leave a Comment  

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