CADETS AND AQUABATS FANS IN SOUTHERN CALFORNIA!
Prepare for a Meetup/Cadet Operation!
Please follow me and keep a close eye!
Official announcement should be some time this week!
Message me if you would like to help….
A little update:
It’s been a while since I posted a personal post. So here’s some TMI….Sunday!
I ignored this page because of my Sharks blog. So, I’m alive, I was just busy with playoffs.
I just bought annual passes to Disneyland for me and my girlfriend to spend the summer (And rest of the year) At Disneyland and California Adventure :)
I’m still working delivery driving. I like it. I like my customers.
I’ve added a few Ben Shermans to the collection and Alex bought me my first Fred Perry a few months ago.
I’ve slowed down playing goalie, and starting to play out to start training to be a coach.
Alex and I will be together TWO FRIGGIN YEARS in almost 2 months! I can’t believe what magic we bring to eachother’s lives. It’s and we’re fantastic. Still not a single fight or argument.
There’s your little update!
Why must I always feel guilty about stuff?
Like…I don’t have a reason to. But I do, and it makes me feel awful.
I am my own worst enemy, as the 90’s one hit wonder goes.
Art Theft -
I’ve found my stuff on teeshirts, even popular band facebooks with thousands of likes. And every time, it’s the same thing. “Let’s remove his watermark”.
I’m kind with my watermarks. They’re light, out of the way, and accent my piece. But that does not mean take advantage of the watermark and REMOVE IT FOR YOUR OWN SAKE.
ONE IMAGE has been re-posted 3 times in the last month with a collective 1,400 likes/reblogs. None of which gives me ANY credit of any kind.
I don’t wanna make pieces available with huge ugly watermarks, but I sort of have to, if others are making profit with my art…
What stops you other artists from not just quitting?