Not a great one or a super diligent one ( both those facts will change ) but one nonetheless. Rather it's writing magnificently terrible erotica or doodling within the edges of a notebook, I'd like to think I'm making some progress. There are those however, who've been far more disciplined and more talented than I. As such, I like to spotlight a true creator whenever I can.
Case in point, an amazing friend of mine introduced me to Jenny Lee of Jenny Lee Productions. Why? Because I had a hankering for one of these:
It is a squid pillow or as I like to call it "squillow" ( she should totally steal that ). They come in two, four, and eight feet at twenty five, fifty and one hundred dollars respectively. You get two colors to choose from. Typically they're made of fleece though I'm told exceptions can be made. The eyes and expression are custom. Mine, er, is uh, a great example of this ( Hush Kush Krakken...They can't judge you ). Shipping and the like are calculated after it's made, which usually takes about a week or so depending on the volume of business she's having.
This isn't the only thing she does. You can check her Etsy page through the link. I've seen some of her stuff in person. There seems to be a theme with vomiting in some of her art. =shrugs= But hey, it doesn't make it not good. Besides that though, she makes some wicked Pokemon trinkets that I wish I had the money to buy right now. Also bones. Lots of skeleton stuff, also which I lack the funds to procure presently. Here's some of her other work:
I need these!
So yes, go forth my minions! Buy, buy BUY!!!=laughs maniacally= It's quality stuff. I can vouch for it 'cause I actually seen it and junk. She's a great person and extremely talented. Witness some of that creativity for yourself. Get at her on Facebook at Jenny Lee Arts or send her an email about and tell her how gorgeous her stuff is at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oh and convince her to give me free Pokemon stuff....I'm so serious about that.