I recently just got accepted for an internship in Boston and I’m super excited!! Though its around 3 hours away from where I live and I need a place to sublet for a few months! I promise I can be super clean and tidy! I don’t have any allergies I’m aware of and I’m totally ok with pets (more than ok!) My price range is around $400-800. It would be over the summer from mid-May-August!! If you or any friends know or have a place please send an email to email@example.com
I would super appreciate if you were able to get word around, and thanks so much!
temmie is a close friend of mine and super sweet and nice and would make a lovely roommate!!
I didn’t make a ton. Two years ago I maxed at 50 of a print that I suspected to sell well and I did end up selling out. But in general I overestimated a lot of values and ended up with too much leftover (which I’ll still be selling this year…)
So, anyway, I have from 5-25 copies of certain items depending on what I guess will sell well. If I run out and there’s still demand for it online, I’ll order a second batch for online (:
I got them done at Catprint!! (I get a 10 dollar coupon for referrals so please be nice to me and use this link heh)
Please play Alpaca Evolution
SUP TUMBLR!!! I’m selling at Sakuracon this year and I’m going to be hemorrhaging cute cheap prints!! They’re super high quality, extra-heavy card-stock w/ matte finish!! Yep none of that sticky photo paper nonsense!! Please come visit us at table 603!! If you mention this Tumblr post when you buy I’ll do a free sketch request / w \ We have 4x6, 5.5x8.5, and 8.5x11 size prints and pricing is still TBD however the max price will be 10 dollars. And I will be selling all leftovers online!!
PS. I swear look how nice these are
PPS. I will reblog this periodically especially next week please forgive me in advance.
If you’re going to read manga please do not use MangaFox, MangaHere, or any other similar sites - the manga hosting sites with all the ads. I thought this was pretty well-known (it’s pretty well-known among scanlation groups I’ve found) but apparently it’s not so here’s the information on it.
Scanlators do not like those sites - I know of groups that have shutdown because of those sites. There’s a couple of reasons they do not like them and a quick search can bring up further details but here’s the main facts:
- Those sites make a huge profit margin off of scanlator’s work - they only pay hosting fees and those ads bring in money too. Most Scanlators work for free - sometimes they ask for donations but that’s it. Mangafox/here and other sites takes those works and makes money off of it. A lot of those sites are also run by the same group - NOEZ. (x) (x) (x)
- These sites do not ask scanlators for their permission to host their scans.
- They are not scanlator-friendly. (There’s been cases of them removing scanlators’ watermarks and placing in their own when watermarks - making it seem like they are responsible for the scanlations - were put in because of this.) They say they will take it down if a scanlation if the group contacts them but there’s been cases of them ignoring requests until huge amounts of readers BACK THE SCANLATORS UP TO GET THOSE SCANLATIONS OFF THE PAGE.
Either go to the scanlation group’s website or Batoto. Baka-Updates usually does a good job of keeping up scanlator’s projects - what they’re working on, publishing schedule, and when they last updated a series so they’re a good resource to see who’s working on what manga. Batoto’s nice because all of the money they make goes to two places: hosting fees + scanlation teams for RAWS, they don’t watermark, they give credit to scanlation team, and they allow easy access for scanlators to upload/remove their projects. (x)
PLEASE DO NOT SUPPORT MANGAFOX OR ANY OF THOSE OTHER SITES. Respect the scanlation teams and their wishes - they’re the ones who provide you with the content after all.
practicing dip pens…