Announcement: Rainb0w now has a patreon

http://www.patreon.com/rainb0wdashie

[crosspost from my patreon]

Hello everypony, Rainb0w Dashie here, and that’s Rainb0w with a zero not an o, and welcome to my Patreon!

I love to create, suffice to say. Doesn’t matter what, Music, art, stories, sculptures, doesn’t matter. As long as I’m creating something. In fact, I get very distressed if I go long enough without creating something. Almost like an animal instinct. Creating is my biggest passions in life, and with a bit of support I can continue learning and creating for a long time!

At the moment my biggest project is a Pony novel I’ve been working on since 2011, Our Day in Disdain, A thrilling exploration into ponies and psychological horror. Outside of that, I’m running an Ask Blog to sort-of showcase my improvements as I go through art school, Ask Lonershy, although I’m also developing an over-arching story for the blog and plan to expand on the cliche’d ‘loner’ arch I have for Fluttershy.

As well as these projects, I’m also experimenting with making pony music, MLP Analysis videos on Youtube, and plan to open art commissions once I get comfortable enough with my ability to art. I figured creating a patreon would be a good thing to have on the side, and a nice way of me properly thanking my followers and watchers by rewarding my patron supporters with drawings, as well as pother rewards.

My goal is to be able to actively work on all of these projects The money will go towards new equipment and motivation!

And thank you very very much for even considering supporting me!


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