Gumroad Profiles

Okay, as you know I have my own humble >> Gumroad profile <<

As far as I have understood the site it serves as a store-front for creators, so there are no browsing functions.

This is why I made my own list of artist profiles that provide art tutorials. I am sharing it here in case anyone finds something useful for themselves and so that I can have a safe archive for future reference.

Yes, I am serious about the art things, as you can see…


Jonas De Ro:
Darek Zabrocki:
Anthony Jones:
Dan Luvisi:
Maciej Kuciara:
Eytan Zana:
Espen Olsen Sætervik:
Alex Negrea:
Ben Mauro:
David Levy:
James Zapata:
Alex Ruiz:
Jan Urschel:
Dominic Qwek:
Joe Peterson:
Kirili Chepizhko:
Neil Blevins:
Kalen Chock:
John Park:
Ryan Hawkins:
James Paick:
Victor Mosquera:
Bryan Wynia:
Nick Gindraux:
David Lesperance:
Jason Scheier:
Eric Ryan:
Maxim Verehin:
John Sweeney:
Richard Lyons:
Chino-Rino Visual Lab (Eduardo Pena):
Rafael Grassetti:
Mike Yamada and Victoria Ying:
Dave Rapoza:
Mark Molnar:
Michal Kus:
Jama Jurabaev:
Oleg Vdovenko:
Tyler Edlin (no access to profile): ;
James Gurney:
Kurt Papstein
Bruce Conners
Matt Dixon
Charlie Bowater
David Lojaya
Nick Hiatt
Emily Hare
Frank Hong
Will Terrell

Brushes & Other:
Kyle T Webster:
Maxim Verehin:
Paolo Limoncelli:
Ben Nadler:




I found this wonderful platform where you can purchase (and sell) things really quickly called

>>>Gumroad<<< (the link will take you to my profile!)

Unless I am retarded, I haven’t found an easy way to browse through all the galleries/profiles there, so I just chose to show you my page.

Gumroad provides the magical option of Pay What You Want business model, which is something I wholeheartedly support in general and feel really comfortable doing at the moment.

Pay What You Want lets the customer decide what is the value s/he gets and to pay you for it and I think this provides a safe space where you can try the product out and see if you are happy with it or not. If you decide that it pleases you, Gumroad provides you with the option to come back to the purchase at anytime and pay (more).


Or, if you choose to sell it for a certain price you can just add + in the end and let people give you this or a bigger amount.

As a whole the site seems smooth, with good support and a team that is really trying to make this whole project go big. I wish them luck!

As for me – if you have been reading this blog recently, you may know that I decided to pursue a career (in the distant future) in arts. But as of yet, I am not confident in my skills, so having some kind of exposure and still having the possibility to get paid for a drawing, sounds awesome.

My first product there: >>> A magical forest <<<

P.S.: Isn’t the name Gumroad just so rad!?


Oprisco Photography

One of the magical galleries I stumbled upon while searching for a good photo to draw from is Oleg Oprisco’s analog photography.

I love these dreamy and surreal photos – they take me away to a place I feel truly at home.

>>> 500px gallery <<<

You can also search the 500px site if you haven’t seen it yet.