Check out my comic! Life As Rendered
Hiya! My name is Kitty.
I am a comic book artist. My series Life As Rendered has been running since Oct. 20, 2014, posting every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Check it out at http://kittyredden.com. I've also got a once-a-month, one-off, mini series called Touch my Henshin, which mostly focuses on Kamen Rider and Super Sentai (Power Rangers), but will also touch on other anime and live action series featuring a henshin style theme as inspiration hits.
I have been drawing since I was little, took art classes in high school and went to college for Interactive Media Design (web, flash, and video), but bottom line, I love to write and draw. Sailor Moon fanart and fanfictions were my obsession in school. In 2009, my husband asked me to draw a picture of his online avatar, an anthropomorphic blue wolf. This sparked my desire to get back into drawing. Because my first few pieces were all "furries", I spent five years doing mostly furry commissions. My husband and I started talking about what kind of world our avatars would exist in, the birth of the idea of the comic.
I still take on freelance webdesign and graphics work when it comes my way. I've had a 15+ year long love/hate relationship with HTML and CSS.
Check me out on my other social media sites to see my past work.
I love talking to new people and will happily chat about absolutely anything. Feel free to message me if you want to chat.
Thanks for checking out my work!
I want to give a special thank you to my patrons, Serban, Michael Barløse Hansen, De`Leon, Tom Watson, Evan Platt, Tobias Braun and Bluewolf.
$10 rough sketch (+$5 for shading)
$20 colored sketch (+$5 for shading)
$20 clean lines (+$5 for shading)
$35 clean lines + flat color
$40 full color and shading. Backgrounds included (but optional)
I have a new found energy for working on the comic, with big (good) changes coming to the storyline. Unfortunately, I'm down to basically one day a week that I have to work on the comic. I tend to work until 7pm most nights and after an hour's drive home, all I want to do is sleep. Out of my two days off a week, one is spent doing errands I can't do during the week and the other is Sunday, the only day I have to sit down and work.
So I'm putting it to you guys. Would you rather I stayed on hiatus, worked up a backlog of comics, then went to a once a week release schedule, or do you want me to go ahead and release what I have once a week, till I'm out of pages, then switch to a "whenever I finish a page" posting schedule?
Both have their merits. Staying on hiatus means I build up that backlog and you guys have a consistent release schedule to follow. It would mean staying on hiatus until I had at least two months backlogged. Releasing content now means I come back from hiatus sooner, but it means there's a possibility that releases can become infrequent on weeks where I'm too busy to work.
Please let me know what you think. Your opinions are very important to me.
Each additional character for a commission is $20.
Joined 14 February 2016