FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

SHIPPING

  • When will my order ship?

    I ship orders 2-5 days after they’re placed. This fluxated since I am a one person team! <3

  • My sticker order hasn’t arrived yet…

    If you are within the US give stickers 1-2 weeks to arrive. If you are international please allow a month for stickers to arrive. The postage I use is inexpensive but sometimes takes a while! Please do contact me if your stickers don’t show up!

  • Why is shipping so expensive to my country?

    Unfortunately shipping anything more than a letter international from the US is pretty expensive. I have it as low as I can have it <3 If you want to get something internationally but don’t want to pay the high shipping price, grab some stickers! I can ship them much more affordably!

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Supplies

  • What sketchbook do you use?

    My most frequently used sketchbook is a Strathmore Mixed Media sketchbook! I also like Mossery Sketchbooks

  • What are your favorite supplies?

    • Prismacolor Premier Colored Pencils

    • Winsor and Newton Watercolors

    • Winsor and Newton Ink

  • What camera do you use for your videos?

    • Sony a5100. I use the kit lens it comes with a 35mm lens.

    • I edit my videos using Final Cut Pro.

  • What paper do you use for loose drawings?

    • Strathmore Mixed Media Paper

    • Strathmore Cold Press Watercolor Paper

GROWING AS AN ARTIST

  • How did you develop your style?

    I see style as a fluid thing. After tackling my 365 project (drawing everyday for a year) I naturally tuned my art towards a better representation of what I envisioned in my head. I find that what helped me improve as an artist was taking a lot of time to improve my skills in order to create art without too much thinking. 🤷🏻‍♀️ But really, who knows?

  • Did you go to school for art?

    I transferred art schools one and dropped out twice. NICE! School wasn't for me. There are TONS of benefits of going to art school such as, networking, expensive equipment + supplies, a concentrated community of artist, awesome opportunities outside of your school, among many other things. I wasn't taking advantage of what it had to offer so I decided to spend my money elsewhere and continuing practicing solo. It seems to have worked out fine. :-)

  • Do you have any advice for beginner artists?

    My best advice for beginning artists is to not overthink it. Once I let go of wanting to make things look a certain way or to look "right," I was able to relieve a lot of stress I had associated with making art. Jump in before you have time to doubt yourself!