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John--Vincent
John Vincent
Artist | Traditional Art
Sweden
I'm just a gay transguy from Sweden who draws manga like... constantly. Cause drawing is awesome! \*A*/

Give me a nice uke butt and you can have me for life ;u;

HERE'S MY STREAMLINK: picarto.tv/JohnVincent

AND EVEN MORE IMPORTANTLY, HERE'S MY PATREON! www.patreon.com/MaryYana
Support me for early access to pages, discounts and other awesome rewards! <3
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Bloodroot Chapter 7 Page 2 by John--Vincent
Bloodroot Chapter 7 Page 2
Bloodroot Chapter 7 Page 1 by John--Vincent <- Previous Page --- Next Page -> Bloodroot Chapter 7 Page 3 by John--Vincent 

Ugh uploading to dA has become such a pain, since it takes more time due to having to link pages together manually... Honestly I would prefer it if all of you just went over to tapastic and read it there instead. Would help my statistics on the site as well. But I doubt you're gonna do that hah.
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TexasTARDIS Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2016  Professional General Artist
By the way, i think this is a good time to let you know I have been reading and keeping tabs on you for sometime and your readers and your interaction with them. I own Booger Boy Studios and I am out of central Texas in Gatesville Texas. I started my little publishing and Cosplay company to help my son and others with mental issues. Mainly he was 6 to 7 years old when he was given the concrete diagnosis of Sensory Processing Disorder and PTSD and Autism so he really didn't know what that was. There are many books out there defining these conditions and explaining themon an adult level, but nothing for children to learn what they have or how to cope. It is still frustrating but by drawing out his frustrations and explaining what is swirling in his head that way, found a new way to communicate. My partner Tennison Graphics and Fine Arts, have the huge HP printer for printing at least an economic version of your work. I would insist to go to the library of Congress website for United States and get youself copyrighted under the category of graphic novel. Thats what i did for my 2 stories in 1999. Then had kids and shelved them, cuz kids are a handful. Plus i felt my stories were missing something. They felt as if they were too redundant. Under the graphic novel category, it gives you the chance for the story you entered to be changed and still be yours because comics are subject to unexpected plot twists. (I'm good at finding loopholes, i should have been a lawyer. My exhusband despises me and thinks im evil) so with my new purpose of spreading awareness on mental issues and all i found something that my stories need or had and i can expand on more and bring them off the shelf. Im also been looking for other work of other people that may fit my umbrella so when we hit the conventions the guaranteed one is Killeen Texas CTC Geekfest Comic con they are small but they do it to earn moneyfor scholarships for their students. We are their Doctor Who section. That is why BBC approved my Mini Cooper S as the TexasTARDIS. Because we are nonprofit. Plus I'm applying for government grants. Then i can provide steady paychecks to my employees. Right now all i can offer is advice on getting copyrights that will last you 75 years in states and the put you in print. The cost of it, honestly, you and Mycah Kodama of Sayit!, are the first i have made this offer to. So we would be popping the HP printers cherry on printing the books! To see how much it cost us to do one to figure out how much to have you charge the fans. So as you publish page by page, there is and already printed version they can buy for twice or 3 times the price if they really that desperate to see what happens next... you would have to have patience with us. We are two crazy women just trying to break the glass cieling in a male dominated industry. Though my whole career has been in automotive. Im still bumping into old customers who want me to go back to work at the autoparts store to find them the parts they need. LOL! Especially the ones with classic cars. Im good at ghetto rigging. If the part is discontinued i find another that fits just fine. Im good like that. Its in the blood. Thats why my girl, she's 15, is getting a 1976 Ford Granada. We will wrap it black and call it an FBI X-Files car! From the original show. Anyways, think about the offer!
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Zo2012 Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Do you have a tumblr? (link please if you do)
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John--Vincent Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2016   Traditional Artist
I do but there's nothing on it until today's page comes up: john-vincent.tumblr.com/
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Zo2012 Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
oh ok, kool
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JonnyAltezza Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
Sex change?
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John--Vincent Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2015   Traditional Artist
It's called sex correction, but yeah.
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epicnessonline Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Hey there, what brought about the name change?
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John--Vincent Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2015   Traditional Artist
I don't want people to misjudge me as female now that I'm planning to transition, so I changed it to the name I'll legally change it to in a bit more than a month.
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epicnessonline Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Good to know, all the luck for u
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LeoDormouse Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2015
I think you should make your Patreon more easily reachable 'o'
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