Friday, February 07, 2014

2DArtist Magazine for the Creative Masses

Let's talk about this magazine right here: 2DArtist Magazine. Honestly, when I first heard about it, I was introduced to the December 2013 issue, which is as awesome as it is a little off-putting. That's, funnily enough, what drew me in. I went ahead and looked into it on the official web site and saw that you could subscribe £23.99 ($39.33). Honestly, I would have done it, but I didn't have the funds. Instead, I bought individual issues. For just £2.99 each (that's $4.85), I bought the September 2013 - January 2014 issues. I skipped over October for a reason I can't honestly deliver to you right now. I'll've to go back and get that.

I know that it was a little... ambitious to buy so blindly, but from what I saw on the website that introduced it to me in the first place, I believed that I wouldn't regret the purchase.

And I was oh so correct.

JetPens Once Again!

Happy Jan—oof, February. New Year's Day came and went. My birthday, fun as it was, came and went. Where has time gone? January was a really shaky month for a variety of reasons, but let's just say this time I'm back! I bought something that I desperately needed to greatly help my organizational skills. As you've guessed, I've bought from JetPens.

I know that I could have bought highlighters from literally anywhere, but it's usually the same few colours. Even if I find them in smaller sizes, they won't be small enough for my planners. That and I'm not too fond of the colour choices. Too bright! And I prefer those more convenient-to-buy highlighters and using them on printed text for paperwork or something more official. These highlighters are mine, personal, and more relaxed. That's the type of feel they give off to me, ahahaha.