Doctor Meme 706/07/2018
drawing habits 3029/06/2018
drawing habits 2925/06/2018
Le bzzz noir 28 + World Bee Day special21/05/2018
sick habits 2725/04/2018
Don't open the door09/04/2018
Open the door09/04/2018
The reason why I chose to do this is simple: sales through online platforms bring me only a few cents per sticker, while if I sell these myself, I'll be able to offer them at a lower price, cover printing costs AND earn more. As a broke ass artist, I'd appreciate you buying them from me directly. All of the money is usually spent to pay for hosting (◡‿◡✿)
The reason why there are so damn many places is because I post stuff everywhere, and I wanted to give everyone a chance to participate. If any of these places fails to be interested enough, I'll be very sad.
Printed by myself, on a high quality sticker paper, cut out manually by hand. Each sheet is an A5 size. You can see pre-combined sheets below.
dreamDB theme: 1-3 are stickers related to comics and stories from this very website, 4 is specifically Dogtown themed.
Penguin Gotham theme: 5-6 are fanarts with Oswald Cobblepot aka the Penguin from Gotham.
Doctor No theme: 7 is dreamDB's Doctor Who parody comics.
JSaMN theme: 8 is based on my fanarts for the tv show "Jonathan Strange and Mister Norrell", which had ravens and magic, so you know it's cool.
A winner gets a discount code for a Gumroad product which I'll send for free (at a price of $0, without any exchange of the monies). Pick one sheet from these, or 5-6 stickers of your choice from one of the themes, and good luck!
A couple of weeks ago an update with the eyes has been rolled out. Because I am largely disinterested in writing news properly, it was announced with a picture:
The eyes represent 1 (one) eye of every viewer cloned into the database at the moment of eye contact with any particular entry from the books or this diary.
After the last full moon, the scent of nostalgia in the air was too thick. Something had to be done about the moon. It was a fine addition to the house and, I think, Travis was the only one who had any idea why we needed it back then, so he repaired it and put it back in place.
When the house blew up, everything was broken, the Moon shattered and became nonfunctional. This was the reason why everyone had to rely on the text based interface for awhile.
Seeing is better than reading when you have to discern between completely different story pages which have ridiculously similar names:
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Anyway, since the Moon had always been a transceiver, it can pull latest pages from the log just fine, and in addition provides quick access to the library, and the Green. It's attached to the outside of the house, where you can see it in the open. It's accessible from within as well.