UPDATE (8/23/14): Hospital Visit, Round 2. Got hit by another massive Attack this evening; strong enough that Robert doesn’t remember parts of it (including getting to the hospital). While stable now, we have even more follow up in the morning to see if we can nail down the diagnosis.
Please donate if you can. We’re scared and we need help.
Robert is still out of work, and may possibly have pancreatic tumors that will require surgery, which means a longer recovery time. I am doing absolutely everything I can to keep us financially afloat, but I can’t do it alone. On top of $3000+ hospital bills, we need $600 for rent and even more just to eat. Please commission me for artwork, or, if you feel generous, click the donate button on my sidebar or click the link at the top of this post to donate through gofundme.
The Badpiper Thunderstruck (by jackiejet100)
That crowd is so not worthy of this greatness.
HOLY SHIT. FIFTEEN SECONDS IN, IT HAPPENS!
IS THAT THING SHOOTING FIRE!?!?!??!
I love that someone looked at bagpipes and thought ‘this could use a little more fire.’
Hi everyone. As some of you may know, my mother is still recovering from a serious traffic accident that occurred in late March this year, which totalled her car and left her hospitalised for almost two months. She can walk unassisted now, but still suffers from an incredible amount of pain due to her injuries even with pain medication. On top of this, my mum’s doctor is sending her in for more scans, because he’s worried that her spinal fracture may not have healed properly.
Despite all this, the Transport Accident Commission has made the decision to stop paying for her continued physical rehabilitation, medication, as well as occupational therapy, psychologist, as well as consultations with her pain management specialist, all of which our medical insurance doesn’t cover.
My family is currently working to appeal this decision, but in the meantime this will be costing us upwards of $750 a week, which we just cannot afford. I’m starting a part time job this week, but what I’ll make will barely help cover transport costs, and I am just massively stressed out about this.
I wouldn’t normally do this, and I’m still somewhat reluctant to bep asking for donations, as straight up taking from people is something that doesn’t sit well with me, but several friends have encouraged me open donations, as have some anons who’ve read about my situation. Right now I don’t know what else to do.
Click here to donate, or visit the button on my blog. I ask that you only donate if you have money to spare, and literally any amount is appreciated from the depths of my heart.
Thank you ♥
There was a monster in the script I hadn’t designed yet so I figured if I didn’t ad-lib something on the spot I’d have no idea what was happening in my thumbnail sketches.
(This will not actually help you read my thumbnail sketches at all)
You shoulda seen the other guy.
Dey is fwends.
My fancy pencils came in! So here is a hawk-horse I did with the Blackwing 602’s. They are a pleasure to draw with!
Haven’t drawn this guy for a while.
These fancy pencils are fun for life drawing.
And life drawing is a lot more fun when you aren’t stressing about portfolios.
Daggett has poor vision in normal daylight and exceptional vision in the dark. He thinks sunglasses make you look like a tool so he does an unnecessary amount of squinting.
He’s not even particularly nocturnal, so it’s just really inconvenient for him.
Sometimes I just give up halfway through.
30 seconds, 1 minute, 3 minutes, 5 minutes. The model was awesome, he looked kinda like Danny Trejo and he cobbled together a ballerina costume out of a strongman leotard, a tutu, and a feather headpiece. I’m not really happy with the longer ones, but that’s some combination of the room getting really dark after the sun started going down and my contacts clouding up on me. And me spending so long on the bodies I ended up kind of phoning in the faces.