Illustrator - Cartoonist - Insufferable Nerd
(white cismale | pansexual | he/him)

A fun and cheap DIY solution for pain/rsi due to pinch grip. A cheap foam cozy (98 cents) and sport tape (3 bucks) and you can make removable fat grippers for pens! You can even double wrap them if you need a super wide grip.

Tagged: #rsi #diy

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☆~~~~♪ QUICK 10% OFF SALE! ♪~~~~☆

I got to pay my phone soon and I don’t money right now SO THAT MEANS, “GOTTA GO FAST!”

Here’s a quick rundown, you see those items there? Those are some examples of the work I do and what’s currently starting at $15 and up! The coupon code (242628) can only be applied once at checkout AND your order has to be at least $15 dollars and up. This deal will only last until tomorrow 11:59 P.M. EST, after that the coupon will be deleted and my shop will be back up at it’s original price~ 

THE THINGS UP THERE AREN’T THE ONLY THINGS I CAN MAKE. I can make OC’s/Custom Requests/Anime Characters/Game Characters! Anything your little heart desires~ 

This will help me and in return you get something handmade, it’s a win win! Thanks for reading and if you can pretty pls reblog or share with others!

MY ETSY SHOP

This lovely person made my Totoro, Jigglypuff, and No-Face amigurumi, and also made my husband’s Zakobon! Definitely recommend if you’re looking for an adorable hand-crocheted plushie of your favorite characters!

So there’s new Mortal Kombat stuff happening. I like some things, I dislike others, but the takeaway is I had the urge to draw something like my take on Sub-Zero.
(I’m so spoiled on natural ink media now. Inking this digitally was bullshit. Looking for better digital ink brushes now…)

So there’s new Mortal Kombat stuff happening. I like some things, I dislike others, but the takeaway is I had the urge to draw something like my take on Sub-Zero.

(I’m so spoiled on natural ink media now. Inking this digitally was bullshit. Looking for better digital ink brushes now…)

Bound my arm up in a compression sleeve, and it seems to greatly reduce the pain and discomfort while I draw. Still nowhere near 100% better but damn it feels good to do a bit of sketching.
Gonna take a break and see how it feels after it cools down.

Bound my arm up in a compression sleeve, and it seems to greatly reduce the pain and discomfort while I draw. Still nowhere near 100% better but damn it feels good to do a bit of sketching.

Gonna take a break and see how it feels after it cools down.

Anonymous asked:
Hey pal! Your wife recommended you to me when I asked her a question earlier. She was very helpful, but I was wondering if you had anything more to tell me that would help me because its been eating at me for a long time-

"-How can I stop feeling guilty constantly, when I know I’m not at fault? I hope that wasn’t confusing. Thank you xx."

Hey friend. Guilt is a tough customer, for sure. I have dealt with feelings of guilt and anger at myself for a long time. It’s a complicated issue but I may be able to offer a little insight.

For me, the first thing that I had to do in overcoming the feeling was to recognize it when it came. Guilt and other self-hating thoughts are sort of knee-jerk responses to things we can’t control - rather like salivating when presented with one’s favorite food. (I’m liable to drool over a good pizza…) So the first thing to do is to recognize that this is a reaction that comes unbidden, and therefore isn’t you.

Once you recognize that the guilty feelings aren’t you, and aren’t representative of a fact, you can take a step back and observe them without letting them control you. From here, it’s a matter of deciding whether the feeling is useful to you or not. Will beating yourself up do anything to improve the situation? Likely not, but the answer is yours to figure out.

What I have discovered, however, is that guilt is ultimately useless. I believe in love, and from my experience guilt is an expression of hatred. It’s trying to motivate you by scaring the hell out of you or threatening you with pain of loss - essentially, saying “If you don’t cut this shit out, you will hate yourself forever.” But what if you love yourself instead?

What if instead of trying to control yourself with hatred, you instead made your good qualities grow by focusing on them? What if, when your mind screams guilt at you, you respond “This is something beyond my control, but I am doing everything I can to be the best me I can be.”

My point is, love yourself. Show compassion for yourself - you are a human being. Yes, you are flawed and you make mistakes. But that’s part of living in this universe mate - in some ways, it’s what we’re born to do. So being imperfect doesn’t make us unworthy of love - quite the opposite! If you’re a mess but you’re doing your best, then you’re doing exactly what you’re here to do. Trust your heart in that.

If you’d like to talk more about what’s making you feel guilty and such, feel free to come off anon and talk with me in private. I can help you find ways to meet and deal with the specific feelings you’re having. I’ll keep everything strictly confidential, and you will get no judgement from me.

Love is your birthright, lovely soul. Don’t deny yourself.

Namaste~