hey, I heard people were chosting over here
cis, bi, not very interesting
I've been playing with a new (free) drawing program called Krita over on my twitch channel this week, to try and get a feel for a different tool that lets me push a little away from my usual workflow. I have really liked the look of the stuff Dave Rapoza has been doing with it, and wanted to try out the Chrome Brushes that he mentioned were a lot of fun. I have to say I really like the brush, it's very weird and hard to get used to, but once you have a handle on it, it can do some really interesting and varied things. These were the results!
so over the last two years I have printed and assembled at home hundreds of zines, and my god have I learned a lot between ink, scissors, tape and mail. everyone can and should make zines! I want to encourage chosters(?) to make zines so, in no particular order:
who else has some zine making tips? also hmu with any questions or encouragement as needed!
Dear choster reading this please make a zine in my stead I beg of you. Try out some different starting paper sizes and orientation of folds. I'm dying here I'm withering away only your zine will save me
sorry the ink is so splattered I can only upload 4 photos. the last page - fact 8/8 - is "opossums drool a lot when they're "playin' 'possum"