Post-it Notes Left on the Train
Writer and illustrator October Jones, the creative genius behind Text From Dog and these funny train commute doodles, is at it again with these hilarious motivational post-it notes that he leaves on the train and in other random places.The upbeat doodles, which star Jones’ adorable character Peppy the Inspirational Cat, convey positive and funny messages meant to motivate daily commuters. Whether you’re feeling the Monday blues or in need of some encouragement, Jones’ delightful post-it notes are sure to brighten your day and remind you just how awesome you are.
And the second part of the photo update!
Top row: Raziel. Just realized I forgot to photograph the tail.
Middle row: Phoebus. Tail is still unstuffed.
Bottom: Lilla. That silly skinny thing on the right is the tail without the wefted hair attached.
Love seeing in progress photos!
It has been about one year since my last giveaway, and what a tumultuous year it’s been. In the past year, with the help of my amazing followers, friends, and customers at every step of the way, I’ve begun to eke out a small business I can safely say I’m proud of. I wanted to start this giveaway as a way of thanks to everyone.
This is a month long giveaway. Three winners will be selected via random drawings on Monday, September 15.
Winners will receive their choice of one pendant, selected by them.
This pendant can either be selected from my shop, or we can work out a custom piece.
- Reblog this post to enter. Likes don’t count! Each reblog counts as an entry; reblog as much as you want! (But be conscientious of your followers, alright?)
- Must be following Moss of the Woods Jewelry on Tumblr at time of drawing. I will check!
- Please, no junk blogs/giveaway blogs. Kindly, I ask you to be respectful of my time and my efforts.
Thank you again! You’ve all made this past year one of the best of my life, and have helped me along in pursuing my dream. Here’s hoping for many more!
Okay, so many of my watchers on deviantART are already aware of this, but last month I was scammed for thousands of dollars by a user named Pixlett / ToxicMutagen. (They both use the same PayPal address) Pixlett has since deactivated her account.
My account of the fraud:
Pixlett bought some artwork from me for very large sums of money. Then, a few months later, I notice that a couple grand went missing from my PayPal, because she filed a credit card chargeback against me, claiming that she never got the item. Obviously, it was digital artwork, so there was no physical item to ship. She did this for every single piece of artwork she bought from me, and even after backing myself up with a ton of evidence, PayPal ruled in her favor.
And now, today, it has happened AGAIN. Pixlett has filed MORE chargebacks against me, putting me into negative $2,000 in my PayPal account. I start school in a week and need money to pay for my new textbooks, supplies, and gas, but looks like that’s not gonna happen thanks to this fraud.
I have set up a PayPal Donation button on my page, where you can help me out. Even just a dollar helps. Small amounts add up quickly, and I need to get out of the negatives as soon as possible.
I apologize, because I never ask for help, but this is just beyond my capacity of fixing in such a short amount of time. Several other people were also affected by this scammer, so please consider helping them out too.
Thank you! ;u; If you have any questions or concerns, you can message me on here or on my dA.
FUCKING SIGNAL BOOST THIS
ALSO DO NOT TAKE COMMISSIONS OR SELL ADOPTABLES TO THE PERSON MENTIONED
also - wow … WOW .. I´m fucking mad about this person and paypal - this is really fucked up. this is really a slap in the face for digital artists …
Signal boosting, this is not cool.
Reblogging for relevance; this is terrible… and it seems to happen with alarming frequency; ourselves, as well as several other artists who deal in physical media were scammed on etsy last year the same way.
One of the complicating factors in a chargeback scam is that ultimately the decision lies with the credit card company (at least, this is what paypal told us). The cc company has zero reason to rule against their cardholder, who they will potentially lose as a client if they do.
One suggestion for those dealing in digital art: for high price point commissions, send a USB with the file through registered mail. Its STILL not a guarantee against fraud, but it gives you extra proof of delivered goods at least.
So sorry that the OP is going through this!
This happened to me last year, and I had proof (I had tracking, delivery confirmation, AND an email from the buyer saying she loved it AND positive feedback on etsy) and they credit card still gave her the money back. I think they said if it’s over $250 you need signature confirmation or something, which is super super expensive with Canada Post.
People like this are criminals. It’s one thing to steal from a huge store, this is ripping off small, individual artists who are barely scraping by as it is. Awful.
Apparently the person who scammed me a year and a half ago CURRENTLY has 30 pending chargebacks on her credit card. She’s still very much at large and still scamming people. Her name is Brooke Alison Kutik, if anyone else sees this and wants to add her to their list. Ugh.