Oh my stars, it’s non-Life Life fan art!!
These awesome drawings of Lale and little Zhro were drawn by my former co-worker, Sarah!! She did a way better job drawing Lale than I ever did, and had the unenviable task of trying to interpret the hair style I gave her. Thank you so much!!
Please check her out on Twitter @star_skunk and Instagram at star.skunk, and check out her commissions!!
I recently noticed that after almost five years of making Life The Necropolis, I just passed 200 page Likes on Facebook. I had a good laugh about it. Not exactly setting the world on fire.
That’s pretty typical of all my social media though; somewhere around 200 followers. I think my Tumblr has the most blatantly-spam-account followers.
I understand that social media is a pay-to-play model. I used to pay to promote my Facebook posts, but that wasn’t getting me anywhere so I stopped. I also understand that the cream rises to the top, so I’m not blaming the platforms. If you want more attention, make better stuff.
I do have an overall plan— I’ve been quietly but consistently meeting personal goals, just trying to get better before I spend a lot of time and effort on promotion.
I just thought it was funny it took so long to get to only 200 page Likes.
I’m not even sure you can call this “fan art” at this point. I mean it’s a whole page and story!! Out of control.
Local Kamloops artist Terry Stone gave this to me last year, and I am speechless. Terry drew it in pencil, so I had to darken the lines after scanning it, but I don’t think I lost too much of it in translation.
I love Terry’s interpretation of Life and all the design changes he made; it’s so cool to see what other people come up with. I mean this is just beyond awesome. Thank you so much, Terry!