Vis Dev Artist by day and kaiju dragon by night. Or was it the other way around. Monster and creature lover. Disney fan. Loves animation and theme parks. Adores EDM and toy design. Currently freelancing for Warner Brothers.


Reblog This Post To Receive Critique on Your Art Blog


This is a new iteration, the list has been scrapped for the old ‘reblog and’ post.

Reblog this post to your art blog, and I will give you feedback on the content of your blog. I’ll tell you what works, what needs improvement, and how you might go about making those improvements. I will not…

A Day Job is Not an Art Crime




While I don’t want to be the voice of reason that buzzkills your art dreams, the fact is few people can make a full- time living in this business. Fewer still can sustain a long term career in the creative arts.

It’s hard to know when to let something go. Or when to keep pushing through.


A full time art job is hard, scary and can be completely fucking heartbreaking at times. For all the people who want to do this for a living and make it their end-all, be-all ultimate goal- it is probably not the fantasy you are envisioning in your head.
I could go on forever on the harsh, terrifying realities of earning an actual sustainable living doing this but i really don’t feel like reminding myself of how tired, isolated and stressed I am most of the time in order to make it work. I love what i do but…. I’m very, very lucky i got this to be a thing.

A day job is not an art crime, guys.

Ah. This. My last art job nearly killed me. Clocking in 55+ hours a week as stated in the contract. Being bullied to show up on weekends just to prove how hardworking we were. Most people leave in a month; I lasted 6 months before finally deciding that this full time gig wasn’t worth it.

I might also add that I’ve never gotten sick from work before until that job. And that I was actually in a way much happier working at a toy store and doing art on the side..

Oh no… I want the kill la kill outfit. Oh nooooo…


I think I actually have too much material for my new book. … I wonder how many pages I will have this time.