To be completely cliché about things, I find myself at a crossroads. Not only am I now apparently writing blog entries in psuedo-old timey fashion, but I've decided I might wish to diverge from the world of game company employeeship and see if I can make it in the wilds of independent artistry. It's scary and exciting and scary, but (and again with the clichés), the most worthwhile things often are. I finally have time to work on personal art, which is awesome, but I must now also more actively reach out into the ether in the hopes of pulling in work, and with it, money.
One of many things I'm doing as a part of this effort is opening up for commissions here on Deviantart, so you may expect to see price and example charts up soon. Please feel free to message me if you have an inquiries about prices or anything commission-related in the meantime.
I've also finally begun efforts to actively promote myself and my work across the social-media world, including tumblr (kindratia.tumblr.com/), Twitter (UlaFish) Facebook (www.facebook.com/KindraTiaArt) and instagram (kindratia). I'm going to try to stick to a habit of posting new work, works in progress, and sketches daily.
I have many projects I want to get started, among them a tarot deck (trying to decide between Voodoo Fairytales and Post Apocalyptic Mystics as the theme) and an inter-dimensional travel log, complete with field notes, sketches, and recountings of fantastic experiences in strange worlds.
On top of all that, I'm also engaged and considering a big move...either to the desert wastes of Southern California, or to the beautiful green and overcast lands of the Pacific Northwest.
Hoping that some of this will be of interest to you and that this entry finds you well,
inexplicably old-timey Kindra