WHY AM I asking that you subscribe?
As a fan of my work you often are only exposed to the end result. You are seldom privy to the back end. The challenges. The creativity. The building. The drafts. The trial attempts. The effort. The financial costs associated with creating. You typically remain isolated for this side of my creative life and journey. Many of these challenges while, not specific to me as a creative, are experienced at specific and unique times, in specific and unique situations and locations, how I deal with and resolve them are unique to me. Having knowledge of this can open your eyes to another perspective and other aspects, of leading and pursuing curiosities and a creative life, that you may not be privy to.
I am also asking that you Subscribe so that I can offer you something in return, something unique to my journey and share the behind the scenes workings of my creative life. I am here so that I can create freely.
I would like a way for us to connect, to converse. I would like an opportunity to hear from you and learn what you would like to see more of here on the IntrovertlyBubbly Creative because at times I feel like I have no idea all who are reading this Journal and I would like that to change.
Wouldn't you love KNOWING THAT YOU ARE part ROOTS THAT Keep's THE TREE, FRUIT and FLOWERS of your favorite Creator's Community SUSTAINED.
In addition to your subscription I would like to invite you to join your favorite creator's, me in this case, community. Here you can reward me for and contribute towards making the stuff you love.
Instead of literally throwing money at your screen (trust us, that doesn’t work), you can now pay a few bucks per month or per post that I make.
For example, if you pay $2 per video, and I release 3 videos in February, then your card gets charged a total of $6 that month.
This means I get paid regularly (every time I release something new), and you become a bonafide, real-life patron of the arts. Isn't that cool.
That’s right--Imagine you, in a long frilly white wig, painted on a 10-foot canvas on the wall of a Victorian mansion. And imagine your favorite creators making a living doing what they do best… because of you.
Learn more about becoming a Patreon of mine HERE.