Yes you read that right folks as 2020 has begun I’d love to say Happy New Year and thanks for being a subscriber to brownscomicart. New this year I now I have YouTube channel set up where I will be posting my travel adventures as well as some tutorials on my blog and art tutorials in general. I’m am now doing my photography which I have said in the past I’ll be working on. You can already see in my menu’s tab you can see I’ve added some new tabs and I plan to post a video showing showing how to go through my blog and how to post and upload up here as well. Below is a preview of the video and video shoot I did with my friend Natasha in Miami at Haulover Beach. It was our Sunrise Photoshoot on the nude beach below is a preview video and I have the link to the video below you will have to sign up for her Patreon page here https://www.patreon.com/whoisnaja/posts for the full set of these photos and videos. Naja is my co-admin and she is gonna be helping me to keep adding content to our blog. I will be posting the link to my youtube video on my about page soon. With a bio on me and Natasha coming up.
Happy New Year viewers and subscribers! Thank you for your continued support and help to making BrownsComicArt a success. It is a new year with new goals in mind and this year my aim to go for more on customer service. As in what would you as the customer would want to see. On my social media blogs I have already sent out a post asking what are things that you as artist, comic readers, art collectors, etc. would like to see. I’m still a freelance artist and my aim is to focus more on what my viewers want. So lets make 2019 happen and as I mentioned I’m about to post a very brief YouTube tutorial on how to take advantage the benefits of being a subscriber on BrownsComicArt. Which will allow you to post your own video and artwork on my blog all free of charge. Stay tuned and follow me on twitter and Instagram for future updates!
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2006 The Garden of Good (for #TAE18) Collage and drawing 16 x 12cm