Now on Tumblr!

After a lot of internal debate, I’ve decided to move my art blogging to a Tumblr account. Because of the built-in sharing tools and the sheer amount of users on that platform, it’s easier to build a following and present your work to lots of people who might never find you otherwise. Plus, it will give me a chance to support and promote a lot of my favorite artists who now post exclusively on Tumblr.

This site will remain as my portfolio and the gallery will be refreshed often but the most up-to-date content will be available first on Tumblr. I’ll leave this blog active until the end of September and then it will disappear with a total design overhaul.

You don’t have to have a Tumblr account to view the new blog and I’ve installed Disqus which allows commenting through a variety of platforms (including Google, Facebook, and Twitter)– so I hope y’all will bookmark the new site and migrate over with me. And if you have a Tumblr account, please let me know so I can follow you! 🙂

Thank you to everyone who has visited and supported this blog over the last few years! I’m excited to share a bunch of new material with you– so many things I’ve been working on behind the scenes are launching soon and I’ll be posting about them as soon as I’m given the green light. Please update your bookmarks to my Tumblr blog for the latest news!

See you there! Thanks!


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2 Responses to Now on Tumblr!

  1. Leah says:

    Congrats on launching your Tumblr blog! It looks so snazzy! ^_^

    I especially enjoyed seeing the WIP of your current drawing project, she’s so cute! I won’t be able to leave comments, because I don’t have accounts at any of those site. Guess I’ll just have to continue spamming you with my never-ending email messages. Ha-ha! ~_^

    Looking forward to seeing all of your new art. (dances)

    • Hi, Leah! 🙂

      Thank you! I wasn’t planning to officially launch until the end of this month but there are a few things going on behind the scenes that kind of forced it– so now I’m scrambling to get all my content in order. Organization? What’s that? ~_^

      As for comments, you don’t actually have to have any account to use Disqus– but they do kind of hide the guest option. If you click on the post or “Leave a Comment” link, it will take you to the comment form. Then click on the “Name” field and a checkbox will appear that says “I’d rather post as a guest.” It only requires a name and email address and the comment will show up on the site once moderator-approved.

      But email messages are good, too! I’ll have a reply out to you later this week! ^_^

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