JillFog, the Blog.
artofchrissi:

For jillfog, who won this week’s free headshot! She asked me to draw her with a “silly expression”, so here’s her looking rather pouty distressed scarred silly!
Commission info!
Want your own free headshot? Details here!

I was drawn! I LOVE IT!! If you want a kickass drawing by Chrissi- her commission info is above!

artofchrissi:

For jillfog, who won this week’s free headshot! She asked me to draw her with a “silly expression”, so here’s her looking rather pouty distressed scarred silly!

Commission info!

Want your own free headshot? Details here!

I was drawn! I LOVE IT!! If you want a kickass drawing by Chrissi- her commission info is above!

Some bookmarks I made for myself! :3

Video with me drawing them in it… http://youtu.be/iUqySaV_U6c

Some bookmarks I made for myself! :3 Video with me drawing them in it… http://youtu.be/iUqySaV_U6c

artofchrissi:

artofchrissi:

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New commission info under the break!

I’m in a tight spot and need an additional $400 by April 1st. If you can’t buy a commission, please reblog. It would be really amazing and insanely helpful!!

Win a free headshot commission. Details here.

Read More

It might be past April 1st, but my commissions are still open! What luck!

As always, reblogging this post enters your name for the weekly free headshot!

chelseakenna:

This is an important read for freelancers. I’ve fallen into this trap a LOT lately and it has affected my health.
I’ve since made it a goal to better balance work with the rest of my life. You can’t be productive unless you take care of yourself first.
cuhelski:

saetje-reference:

juliedillon:

eskiworks:

The Workaholic Pedestal
We freelancers have a tendency to never truly be away from our work, regardless of the time or day of the week.  Especially if like me, your work station is in your home.  We work long hours and dedicate ourselves fully to whatever project we have at hand.  We loose sleep, skip social gatherings, eat whatever is quick and easy so we can get back to work. I have noticed that there is a sense of pride in general among freelancers that we are so in love with our work that we can dedicate ourselves this way.  Passion for your chosen profession is definitely a plus!
However, I have also observed a downside to this part of freelancing.  That dedication can cross the line into an unhealthy workaholic lifestyle, and other freelancers actually encourage it.  There is an underlying unspoken rule in freelancer culture that if you’re not working, you’re slacking.  I’ve seen other freelancers take subtle stabs at their peers for taking time off to see family, to tend to daily life, or to just have a day (or three) to simply BREATHE and do something other than art. Doing things like comparing your work load with others’ work load, making yourself out to be the harder working one.  Referring to things like showering, cooking, and cleaning as “free time” or “vacation”.  It creates or adds to guilt surrounding work, which is really not a nice thing to do to your friends and peers. 
The disclaimer here is that clearly not every freelancer does this, and I think those that do are not being purposefully malicious, so please don’t misread this as an attack.  I’m guilty of playing into this myself, we are just falling into a part of the starving artist stereotype;  The idea that your chosen craft/art must encompass ALL of your being, every day and every moment for you to truly be passionate about it. 
The truth is, there IS life outside of art and work, and it’s not a contest. We are living beings that must eat and sleep, and we are social animals that must have a connection with others.  So not only do we HAVE to do things other than art, but it’s also ok to spend time doing other things that make you happy.  It doesn’t mean you are less passionate about your work, or that other artists who spend more time on theirs love it more.
And yes, there are deadlines we must work under.  But none of us want to be starving artists. None of us enjoy loosing sleep, eating crappy or skipping meals, working our fingers to the bone, letting friendships fall apart…  These are not good things.  You aren’t a cooler or more a passionate artist for making those sacrifices.  So I think instead of putting that lifestyle on a pedestal, we should be encouraging one another to take time to care for ourselves, and to have a life outside of their work. Just like anyone else doing any other kind of work.  =)

YES. Thank you. It makes me really uncomfortable when I hear professionals saying things like “if you are not drawing 24/7 you’ll never make it”, implying that having outside interests or taking care of yourself means you will fail. You undoubtedly need to be dedicated and focused to succeed as a freelancer, but what is the point of having the so-called freedom that freelancing is supposed to provide you if you can’t even leave your desk every once in a while? Exercise, get outside, socialize, have other hobbies. I’ve found I’m more productive and happier and healthier and more passionate about my work and my career when I take time off, every day, to get away from work for a little while. Building a career is important and rewarding, but your life is not comprised solely of the amount of work you are able do. Your life is not defined solely by how many hours you clock at your work desk. 

This mindset is rampant throughout college and even in the professional studio environments too. It’s so sad, I’ve fallen Ill because of it and still have a hard time breaking away. I see many of my peers ruining their bodies and minds too to live up to an ideal of working 24/7.

It feels really relieving to see I’m not alone in this. The guilt of not always feeling inspired. The frenzy of not wanting to let anyone down (especially yourself) can completely break you down. I’ve been beyond fortunate to have some of the most understanding and compassionate bosses ever, so the idea of the letting them is crushing. One of the most valuable things I’ve learned since I started freelancing is to take time for yourself when you need it. Not “when I’m done with this project in 2 months I’ll relax.” Take care of yourselves artist friends. <3

chelseakenna:

This is an important read for freelancers. I’ve fallen into this trap a LOT lately and it has affected my health.

I’ve since made it a goal to better balance work with the rest of my life. You can’t be productive unless you take care of yourself first.


cuhelski
:

saetje-reference:

juliedillon:

eskiworks:

The Workaholic Pedestal

We freelancers have a tendency to never truly be away from our work, regardless of the time or day of the week.  Especially if like me, your work station is in your home.  We work long hours and dedicate ourselves fully to whatever project we have at hand.  We loose sleep, skip social gatherings, eat whatever is quick and easy so we can get back to work. I have noticed that there is a sense of pride in general among freelancers that we are so in love with our work that we can dedicate ourselves this way.  Passion for your chosen profession is definitely a plus!

However, I have also observed a downside to this part of freelancing.  That dedication can cross the line into an unhealthy workaholic lifestyle, and other freelancers actually encourage it.  There is an underlying unspoken rule in freelancer culture that if you’re not working, you’re slacking.  I’ve seen other freelancers take subtle stabs at their peers for taking time off to see family, to tend to daily life, or to just have a day (or three) to simply BREATHE and do something other than art. Doing things like comparing your work load with others’ work load, making yourself out to be the harder working one.  Referring to things like showering, cooking, and cleaning as “free time” or “vacation”.  It creates or adds to guilt surrounding work, which is really not a nice thing to do to your friends and peers. 

The disclaimer here is that clearly not every freelancer does this, and I think those that do are not being purposefully malicious, so please don’t misread this as an attack.  I’m guilty of playing into this myself, we are just falling into a part of the starving artist stereotype;  The idea that your chosen craft/art must encompass ALL of your being, every day and every moment for you to truly be passionate about it. 

The truth is, there IS life outside of art and work, and it’s not a contest. We are living beings that must eat and sleep, and we are social animals that must have a connection with others.  So not only do we HAVE to do things other than art, but it’s also ok to spend time doing other things that make you happy.  It doesn’t mean you are less passionate about your work, or that other artists who spend more time on theirs love it more.

And yes, there are deadlines we must work under.  But none of us want to be starving artists. None of us enjoy loosing sleep, eating crappy or skipping meals, working our fingers to the bone, letting friendships fall apart…  These are not good things.  You aren’t a cooler or more a passionate artist for making those sacrifices.  So I think instead of putting that lifestyle on a pedestal, we should be encouraging one another to take time to care for ourselves, and to have a life outside of their work. Just like anyone else doing any other kind of work.  =)

YES. Thank you. It makes me really uncomfortable when I hear professionals saying things like “if you are not drawing 24/7 you’ll never make it”, implying that having outside interests or taking care of yourself means you will fail. You undoubtedly need to be dedicated and focused to succeed as a freelancer, but what is the point of having the so-called freedom that freelancing is supposed to provide you if you can’t even leave your desk every once in a while? Exercise, get outside, socialize, have other hobbies. I’ve found I’m more productive and happier and healthier and more passionate about my work and my career when I take time off, every day, to get away from work for a little while. Building a career is important and rewarding, but your life is not comprised solely of the amount of work you are able do. Your life is not defined solely by how many hours you clock at your work desk. 

This mindset is rampant throughout college and even in the professional studio environments too. It’s so sad, I’ve fallen Ill because of it and still have a hard time breaking away. I see many of my peers ruining their bodies and minds too to live up to an ideal of working 24/7.

It feels really relieving to see I’m not alone in this. The guilt of not always feeling inspired. The frenzy of not wanting to let anyone down (especially yourself) can completely break you down. I’ve been beyond fortunate to have some of the most understanding and compassionate bosses ever, so the idea of the letting them is crushing. One of the most valuable things I’ve learned since I started freelancing is to take time for yourself when you need it. Not “when I’m done with this project in 2 months I’ll relax.” Take care of yourselves artist friends. <3

local-person:

kingdomkeeperstrivia:

Because I feel bad if I don’t reblog…
animeaves:

hokarotsukino:

mscaptains:

STROKE: Remember The 1st Three Letters… S.T..R …My friend sent this to me and encouraged me to post it and spread the word. I agree. If everyone can remember something this simple, we could save some folks.STROKE IDENTIFICATION:During a party, a friend stumbled and took a little fall - she assured everyone that she was fine and just tripped over a brick because of her new shoes. (they offered to call ambulance)They got her cleaned up and got her a new plate of food - while she appeared a bit shaken up, Ingrid went about enjoying herself the rest of the evening. Ingrid’s husband called later telling everyone that his wife had been taken to the hospital - (at 6:00pm , Ingrid passed away.)She had suffered a stroke at the party . Had they known how to identify the signs of a stroke, perhaps Ingrid would be with us today.Some don’t die. They end up in a helpless, hopeless condition instead. It only takes a minute to read this…STROKE IDENTIFICATION:A neurologist says that if he can get to a stroke victim within 3 hours he can totally reverse the effects of a stroke…totally. He said the trick was getting a stroke recognized, diagnosed, and then getting the patient medically cared for within 3 hours, which is tough.RECOGNIZING A STROKERemember the ‘3’ steps, STR . Read and Learn!Sometimes symptoms of a stroke are difficult to identify. Unfortunately, the lack of awareness spells disaster.The stroke victim may suffer severe brain damage when people nearby fail to recognize the symptoms of a stroke.Now doctors say a bystander can recognize a stroke by asking three simple questions&#160;:S * Ask the individual to SMILE ..T * = TALK. Ask the person to SPEAK A SIMPLE SENTENCE (Coherently) (eg ‘It is sunny out today’).R * Ask him or her to RAISE BOTH ARMS .If he or she has trouble with ANY ONE of these tasks, call the ambulance and describe the symptoms to the dispatcher.NOTE&#160;: Another ‘sign’ of a stroke is1. Ask the person to ‘stick’ out their tongue.2. If the tongue is ‘crooked’, if it goes to one side or the other that is also an indication of a stroke.A prominent cardiologist says if everyone who gets this e-mail sends it to 10 people; you can bet that at least one life will be saved.And it could be your own.






First reblog post that actually saves a life.

This is a life-saving post.

the more you know

yeah don’t think that this can’t happen to you or someone you know if they’re young. my cousin’s wife is 33 and she had a stroke last year

I’ve had a stroke. It happens to people, and the more you know about this kind of stuff, the better.Because it could be important to know.



LIVE SAVING. WOOOAHH. REBLOG REBLOG REBLOG REBLOG REBLOG 

Had a family member almost die of one, so signal boosting because you never know when you could save a life.



SIGNAL BOOST

local-person:

kingdomkeeperstrivia:

Because I feel bad if I don’t reblog…

animeaves:

hokarotsukino:

mscaptains:

STROKE: Remember The 1st Three Letters… S.T..R …
My friend sent this to me and encouraged me to post it and spread the word. I agree. If everyone can remember something this simple, we could save some folks.

STROKE IDENTIFICATION:
During a party, a friend stumbled and took a little fall - she assured everyone that she was fine and just tripped over a brick because of her new shoes. (they offered to call ambulance)

They got her cleaned up and got her a new plate of food - while she appeared a bit shaken up, Ingrid went about enjoying herself the rest of the evening. Ingrid’s husband called later telling everyone that his wife had been taken to the hospital - (at 6:00pm , Ingrid passed away.)
She had suffered a stroke at the party . Had they known how to identify the signs of a stroke, perhaps Ingrid would be with us today.

Some don’t die. They end up in a helpless, hopeless condition instead. It only takes a minute to read this…

STROKE IDENTIFICATION:

A neurologist says that if he can get to a stroke victim within 3 hours he can totally reverse the effects of a stroke…totally. He said the trick was getting a stroke recognized, diagnosed, and then getting the patient medically cared for within 3 hours, which is tough.

RECOGNIZING A STROKE

Remember the ‘3’ steps, STR . Read and Learn!
Sometimes symptoms of a stroke are difficult to identify. Unfortunately, the lack of awareness spells disaster.
The stroke victim may suffer severe brain damage when people nearby fail to recognize the symptoms of a stroke.
Now doctors say a bystander can recognize a stroke by asking three simple questions :

S * Ask the individual to SMILE ..
T * = TALK. Ask the person to SPEAK A SIMPLE SENTENCE (Coherently) (eg ‘It is sunny out today’).
R * Ask him or her to RAISE BOTH ARMS .

If he or she has trouble with ANY ONE of these tasks, call the ambulance and describe the symptoms to the dispatcher.

NOTE : Another ‘sign’ of a stroke is
1. Ask the person to ‘stick’ out their tongue.
2. If the tongue is ‘crooked’, if it goes to one side or the other that is also an indication of a stroke.

A prominent cardiologist says if everyone who gets this e-mail sends it to 10 people; you can bet that at least one life will be saved.

And it could be your own.

First reblog post that actually saves a life.

This is a life-saving post.

the more you know

yeah don’t think that this can’t happen to you or someone you know if they’re young. my cousin’s wife is 33 and she had a stroke last year

I’ve had a stroke. It happens to people, and the more you know about this kind of stuff, the better.Because it could be important to know.

LIVE SAVING. WOOOAHH. REBLOG REBLOG REBLOG REBLOG REBLOG 

Had a family member almost die of one, so signal boosting because you never know when you could save a life.

SIGNAL BOOST

Please reblog if…..

puffinmuffin:

arythusa:

You identify as LGBTQIA+ (or consider yourself an ally)

AND

You currently work in or want to work in the animation industry

So sorry to be doing one of these “reblog if” posts but I’ve been having some queerness-related troubles at work and I feel quite embarrassed constantly talking my straight friends/coworkers/bosses’ ears off on the subject. :(

I kind of adore our studio for just how easily they accepted that I’m into other ladies.

artofchrissi:

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New commission info under the break!

I’m in a tight spot and need an additional $400 by April 1st. If you can’t buy a commission, please reblog. It would be really amazing and insanely helpful!!

Read More

I bought commissions from this talented artist recently! She did a great job and I got them SUPER fast. They’re great and I love them!

artofchrissi:

Commissions again!

Sketches are $5, colour is $10! Message me, or email me at chrissih.commissions@gmail.com! :)

Commissions being offered by a great friend of mine! These examples are actually ones that I purchased and LOVE. Great quality work!

Journals for sale!

stephreport:

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HI every one! Just to say that I now accept paypal payments! Sorry for the wait! in the mean time, check out the new Journal:

https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/RiverStoneCraft?ref=l2-shopheader-name

I just bought one! (The one in the picture!)  I’m excited to receive it!

octopusice:

sociolab:

therunscape:

Heart attacks symptoms are different for women. I recently learned this. 

Hmmm, I wonder how this is for trans men.

I was actually really interested in learning about how heart attacks happen in trans men.
Here’s what I found:
if the man is taking testosterone to transition physically, it can increase risk of high cholesterol (which increases risk for heart disease), and it actually increases the risk of heart disease itself
"female" hearts and arteries are different sizes—I’m not sure if this is due to estrogen or genetics
drops in estrogen put you at risk—women around the time of menopause are at higher risk, so I would think if a trans man had a drop in estrogen, like after an oophorectomy maybe
the last two points, I found info for here which has more info but is pretty cissexist
honestly I couldn’t find anything about symptoms
tl;dr I think trans* people should know all the signs for heart attacks, no matter what their gender, because there is absolutely nothing about what signs trans* people should look for anywhere

octopusice:

sociolab:

therunscape:

Heart attacks symptoms are different for women. I recently learned this. 

Hmmm, I wonder how this is for trans men.

I was actually really interested in learning about how heart attacks happen in trans men.

Here’s what I found:

  • if the man is taking testosterone to transition physically, it can increase risk of high cholesterol (which increases risk for heart disease), and it actually increases the risk of heart disease itself
  • "female" hearts and arteries are different sizes—I’m not sure if this is due to estrogen or genetics
  • drops in estrogen put you at risk—women around the time of menopause are at higher risk, so I would think if a trans man had a drop in estrogen, like after an oophorectomy maybe
  • the last two points, I found info for here which has more info but is pretty cissexist
  • honestly I couldn’t find anything about symptoms

tl;dr I think trans* people should know all the signs for heart attacks, no matter what their gender, because there is absolutely nothing about what signs trans* people should look for anywhere

chrissipumpkin:

STRIPES: Chapter 01, Page 01
Please check out my webcomic! It just started today!
www.stripescomic.com (or just click the link above)

Guys. Bookmark this site. The creator is a WONDERFUL person. I&#8217;ve chatted a bit with her about what&#8217;s to come, and trust me. You want to keep track of this comic.

chrissipumpkin:

STRIPES: Chapter 01, Page 01

Please check out my webcomic! It just started today!

www.stripescomic.com (or just click the link above)

Guys. Bookmark this site. The creator is a WONDERFUL person. I’ve chatted a bit with her about what’s to come, and trust me. You want to keep track of this comic.

inventorygame:

Now that we have a village what do? OH! Build a Nether gate… maybe.

More minecraft fun!

superphil64:

inventorygame:

We play our first Xbox360 game on the show! Make way for Resident Evil 5 as we battle nightmarish creatures, talk earring fashion and stop for a snack.

OOOO we do a spooky! Check it out!

 try my first Xbox game.

artofchrissi:

Opening up commissions!
If you cannot buy a commission, it would be just as amazing if you could reblog this and help boost it! I’m in an extremely tight spot, and desperately need the funds!
All prices are CAD. Paypal only.

Headshots - Sketch, lineart, digital colour
From the shoulders, up.
Sketch - $5Traditional sketch. Light shading. Traditional. Can be drawn in red, blue, or black - if you have a preference, let me know.
Lineart - $10A clean line. Inked traditionally. Can be done with brush (bold) or pigment liner (precise).
Digital colour - $15Flat colour with simple shading. Can be done cel shaded or lightly blended.

Waist-shot - sketch, lineart, digital colour, traditional colour
From the lower waist (mid-hips), up.

Sketch - $15Traditional sketch. Light shading. Traditional. Can be drawn in red, blue, or black - if you have a preference, let me know.
Lineart - $20A clean line. Inked traditionally. Can be done with brush (bold) or pigment liner (precise).
Digital colour - $25Flat colour with simple shading. Can be done cel shaded or lightly blended.
Traditional colour - $30Coloured with professional-grade markers on Bristol paper. May require a little extra time if I need to go buy a new marker. (Which I’m totally willing to do, because I love markers.)

Full-body - sketch, lineart, digital colour, traditional colour
A view of the entire body.

Sketch - $25Traditional sketch. Light shading. Traditional. Can be drawn in red, blue, or black - if you have a preference, let me know.
Lineart - $30A clean line. Inked traditionally. Can be done with brush (bold) or pigment liner (precise).
Digital colour - $35Flat colour with simple shading. Can be done cel shaded or lightly blended. Add a simple background for $5.

Traditional colour - $40Coloured with professional-grade markers on Bristol paper. May require a little extra time if I need to go buy a new marker. (Which I’m totally willing to do, because I love markers.)

Will draw:

You! Or someone you know. Or your favourite character. Or your original character.
Softcore NSFW stuff - toplessness, bottomlessness, bums, the outer-bits of vaginas. This stuff won’t be posted, though - just emailed to you.
Light robotics. Nothing too detailed. Think Futurama bots.
Light furries. I’m pretty awful at drawing muzzles and beaks, but I’m totally willing to put in ears, tails, and paws!

Wont draw:

Hardcore NSFW stuff. Penises, inner-labia/vagina, sexual acts.
Groups. No more than 3 characters on a page.
Animals. I’m just really bad at drawing animals.

Styles

I draw in many different styles! If you are looking for a particular style, please go through my blog and check out what I’ve done before, and let me know what you’re thinking the final product should look like. Otherwise, I’ll just draw what feels most natural to me.

Making your order

To place a commission, email chrissih.commissions@gmail.com. I will not be taking commissions via note, but feel free to send notes to ask questions!
When you email, I will reply as soon as I can to let you know I’ve started your commission, and to send your money via Paypal. I use a separate email address for Paypal, so please wait until I’ve replied to tell you where to send it.
All orders under $20 require full payment up front. Orders over $20 can be paid in two parts - half when I’ve accepted, half when I’ve shown you the WiP. You will not receive your final piece until full payment is received.
When the transactions are complete, you will receive two files - a 72dpi RGB version, to post and show off (while properly crediting the artist, of course), and a 300dpi CMYK version that you can print off and paste to your wall, where you can fawn and drool over it until the end of time. I’ll also be posting it to my blog, unless it’s NSFW or if you’ve specified not to (ideal for gifts).
Thank you so much for taking the time to read this. Again, I’m in a very tight spot, so reblogging this post would be awesome and I’d be so grateful!

artofchrissi:

Opening up commissions!

If you cannot buy a commission, it would be just as amazing if you could reblog this and help boost it! I’m in an extremely tight spot, and desperately need the funds!

All prices are CAD. Paypal only.

Headshots - Sketch, lineart, digital colour

From the shoulders, up.

Sketch - $5
Traditional sketch. Light shading. Traditional. Can be drawn in red, blue, or black - if you have a preference, let me know.

Lineart - $10
A clean line. Inked traditionally. Can be done with brush (bold) or pigment liner (precise).

Digital colour - $15
Flat colour with simple shading. Can be done cel shaded or lightly blended.

Waist-shot - sketch, lineart, digital colour, traditional colour

From the lower waist (mid-hips), up.

Sketch - $15
Traditional sketch. Light shading. Traditional. Can be drawn in red, blue, or black - if you have a preference, let me know.

Lineart - $20
A clean line. Inked traditionally. Can be done with brush (bold) or pigment liner (precise).

Digital colour - $25
Flat colour with simple shading. Can be done cel shaded or lightly blended.

Traditional colour - $30
Coloured with professional-grade markers on Bristol paper. May require a little extra time if I need to go buy a new marker. (Which I’m totally willing to do, because I love markers.)

Full-body - sketch, lineart, digital colour, traditional colour

A view of the entire body.

Sketch - $25
Traditional sketch. Light shading. Traditional. Can be drawn in red, blue, or black - if you have a preference, let me know.

Lineart - $30
A clean line. Inked traditionally. Can be done with brush (bold) or pigment liner (precise).

Digital colour - $35
Flat colour with simple shading. Can be done cel shaded or lightly blended. Add a simple background for $5.

Traditional colour - $40
Coloured with professional-grade markers on Bristol paper. May require a little extra time if I need to go buy a new marker. (Which I’m totally willing to do, because I love markers.)

Will draw:

  • You! Or someone you know. Or your favourite character. Or your original character.
  • Softcore NSFW stuff - toplessness, bottomlessness, bums, the outer-bits of vaginas. This stuff won’t be posted, though - just emailed to you.
  • Light robotics. Nothing too detailed. Think Futurama bots.
  • Light furries. I’m pretty awful at drawing muzzles and beaks, but I’m totally willing to put in ears, tails, and paws!

Wont draw:

  • Hardcore NSFW stuff. Penises, inner-labia/vagina, sexual acts.
  • Groups. No more than 3 characters on a page.
  • Animals. I’m just really bad at drawing animals.

Styles

I draw in many different styles! If you are looking for a particular style, please go through my blog and check out what I’ve done before, and let me know what you’re thinking the final product should look like. Otherwise, I’ll just draw what feels most natural to me.

Making your order

To place a commission, email chrissih.commissions@gmail.com. I will not be taking commissions via note, but feel free to send notes to ask questions!

When you email, I will reply as soon as I can to let you know I’ve started your commission, and to send your money via Paypal. I use a separate email address for Paypal, so please wait until I’ve replied to tell you where to send it.

All orders under $20 require full payment up front. Orders over $20 can be paid in two parts - half when I’ve accepted, half when I’ve shown you the WiP. You will not receive your final piece until full payment is received.

When the transactions are complete, you will receive two files - a 72dpi RGB version, to post and show off (while properly crediting the artist, of course), and a 300dpi CMYK version that you can print off and paste to your wall, where you can fawn and drool over it until the end of time. I’ll also be posting it to my blog, unless it’s NSFW or if you’ve specified not to (ideal for gifts).

Thank you so much for taking the time to read this. Again, I’m in a very tight spot, so reblogging this post would be awesome and I’d be so grateful!

inventorygame:

Merry Christmas eve, eve! Check out Jill’s crafty and final gift. Check back tomorrow for Phil’s final gift and on Christmas day to see what was inside the mystery box that arrived on my doorsteps. 

Here I am- trying to find/make a gift for Phil in Minecraft. It was a long road… getting from there to here.