My First VO Credit

A screen shot of the about page of the online game Monsters Vs Fractions showing the vocal talent credits.

I was reminded yesterday to check out whether the online math game I recorded vocals for in the beginning of the year was up, and it is! This is my first credited voice over project, and I am so excited.

The game is Monsters Vs Fractions Episode 2: Food Frenzy, and I voiced the character Ruby. There is also an Episode 1 available that I wasn’t involved in, but is a really good intro to fractions for elementary students. It’s aimed at 3rd-5th grade, but Episode 1 is a really visual intro that I’d say could even work for a 1st or 2nd grader.

If you are looking for something to keep an elementary kid busy over the holidays, this game is free to play and browser-based so it can be played on any computer or device. There is also an app for episode 1 that is available for iPad.

All of this is not an ad, just me sharing something that I’m really excited to have been a part of.


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Animal Alphabet

I made this little alphabet and animals poster back in August using the iPad app Procreate. Rather than cramming in an animal for every letter, I decided to just pick a few from each row to keep it balanced and uncluttered. Not gonna lie, I chose only my favorite animals to put in this poster. I think my favorite of the animals I included is the little tree frog hanging from the T.

I used the auto-generated process video to make a new YouTube video for the first time in years, and I also turned it into my first Instagram Reel.

You can find a high resolution download of this poster on my Ko-Fi page for free! From there you can print it out or use it as a background image for a device. I have quite a few of these new digital drawings that I have shared and that I have yet to share, so I am going to post a few a week for the next few weeks until I catch up. If you want to see the ones I’ve already posted, you can find them all very easily on my Ko-Fi page in the Digital Art Album.


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Introducing My Ko-Fi

As you may already know, a few months ago, I started a Ko-Fi page for my art and fiber projects. But maybe you have never heard of Ko-Fi and don’t know what it’s about, and I haven’t written about it here, yet.

Ko-Fi is a platform for artists and basically anyone to post their work and accept monetary support. This can be through one-time donations, monthly subscriptions, or even commissions. They have even recently started offering shops where you can buy directly from creators.

On my Ko-Fi, I post artwork, finished objects, and works in progress at least a day before I post to Instagram, but often even without posting to Instagram. I even have digital download knitting patterns and some stickers available right now, with more to come, soon.

I have downloadable coloring pages and downloadable art work, some for free and some as exclusives for supporters. I also have commissions open for some things like digital art, cross stitch patterns, and crocheted key chains.

Check it out to see what I have available, and you can follow me there to get updates when I post something new.


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