Starting to do Stuff

(This post is basically just me advertising some of my services! I’m building up funds for college. ;v;)

As Summer tries to roll in the corner only to be kicked by the cold wrath of Toronto, I decided to sell and do commissions amongst other projects! 

Most of my commercial projects are made to fund my college years, especially when I moved to a new college this fall. I’m still looking for a part-time job that works well with my project scheduling which is, uh, somewhat stagnant. Not really much I can see that I can apply to without a full commitment. 

Anyway, I’ve created a FOAP account via app store since it looks like an okay service to use. I’m unsure how they do pricing as I don’t get to set one myself on the app. I think the main price is $10 or 10 credits per photo for commercial & editorial use. 

Check out my portfolio on Foap!

The other service I’m trying to create and add more recent content are digital commissions! I do digital art and my main goal as a career so I decided to do commissions! It’s open all throughout the Summer but has 5 slots right now.

If you’re interested, here’s the page for it (also more info):

My prices aren’t too expensive I think…It ranges from $3.00 to $10.00 USD.

Thanks for reading anyway! 😀


A Day Out to Don Mills

Today I rejoined civilization from my week of being a hermit inside my apartment! The weather didn’t really help to be honest. It’s been an on-off switch like yesterday was windy, stormy that continued through the morning but then…THE SUN CAME BACK! 

And it felt like Spring for once!

It’s probably not gonna last very long!

So, once the bi-polar weather decide to be sunny, my friend Kell and I decided to go out for Joey’s at Shops at Don Mills. It was her intitially needing a time out from life which everyone needs once in a while. Being cooped up in whatever keeps you down, afloat or up can be quite daunting. 

For our relaxation day of eating, Joey’s was our target. It’s a nice, spruced up place with comfy chairs that had a bit of depression at the end. It was like a wooden, modern themed place with a bit of rustic look but had that business/casual people vibe around the place. Servers were really nice too! 

Didn’t really take shot of any foods as I immediately devoured everything. I was hungry, okay! The BBQ Salmon Rice Bowl was good but it had too much sauce which made the rice and veggies too salty for my liking. I had the Somersby Cider while Kell had the fancy Summer Sangria. She also had the Ahi Tuna Burger with Yam Fries and it looked delicious! Next time, I’m definitely going to get a burger…or a steak. I can’t resist good steak!

After the meal, we just walked around and talked about life, work, school and why this bag should be bought. It was a relaxing day that I enjoyed. It brought a bit peace in my chaotic mind. Being outside can bring joy even if briefly. I welcome it! Especially since I’m moving further east. It may not matter in the future but my heart still feels heavy for now. Who knows what life got in store for us?