If you know me, you know that I like to watch popular scambaiter Kitboga on YouTube and sometimes on his live Twitch streams. If you don’t know what a scambaiter is, it’s a person who “scams” a scammer into believing that they have a valuable mark, and then spends countless of hilarious hours making a scammer get frustrated, jump through hoops, and complete tasks for them at the promise of eventual gift card payouts in the thousands.Continue reading Kitboga Dual-Color Fanart
Upcoming Events for March, 2019
Hey all! It’s been a crazy February! Not only did my Kickstarter get funded (woo hoo!) and now I get to start the process of getting the enamel pins printed, carded, and shipped out, but I also have a couple of upcoming events I’m dropping artwork off for! Take a look:Continue reading Upcoming Events for March, 2019
Stay Gold, Ponyboy In Progress Shots
October was rife with art, since it was Inktober and all. November is supposed to be NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month), and I told myself… I’m going to double down this November and I’m really going to work on some of my writing! I had the best intentions, of course.
And then Red Dead Redemption 2 dropped.
South Park Reanimated Project
Recently I signed up to take part in a huge collaboration project for fun called South Park Reanimate. If you’re familiar with “reanimate” projects, what these sorts of projects will do is reanimate a popular project, either in their own style or a different style, but keep the content the same. Continue reading South Park Reanimated Project
Robot Partner: Detroit: Become Human Fanart, 2018
You know me. I freaking love sci-fi. Most especially when it comes to androids. I love sci-fi games and sci-fi movies and sci-fi books. So of course I was stoked for Detroit: Become Human. Detroit: Become Human was actually based on a short created by Quantic Dream to showcase the real-time processing power of the PlayStation 3 (at the time). If you haven’t seen it, you can view it below.Continue reading Robot Partner: Detroit: Become Human Fanart, 2018