Author: nyanby

New Hosting Still not Determined

Tomorrow, my overpriced WordPress subscription runs out. Which means that the web-comic suitable theme I’m using will stop working. Probably. Like I’m not sure exactly what happens, but I guess the whole comic will be unavailable? And because of a lot of life stuff happening, and my disabilities being what they are, I haven’t had the chance to properly look into free alternatives yet. I know there are places where you can host webcomics for free. I just don’t know how they work. So I need to do research, which I’m bad at these days. Since this website will still be here, probably, I’ll post an update when I’ve gotten somewhere. You can also check out my patreon or follow me on Twitter (my handle is @GravityBreakCat).


Website relocation successful

For various reasons, I had to change hosting for this website. I really know absolutely nothing about this stuff, but it appears I was successful. If so, everything should work as usual. Not going to go into why I had to do this now (it was very unplanned) but the result is that I should have complete control over this website now. I mean, except that I’m still depending on capitalist corporations and all that. The fact that I can even afford to have this website is thanks to all awesome folks who are supporting me by subscribing to my Patreon or donating to my Ko-fi. If you like what I do and you can afford to support me financially, I’m super grateful if you do so. It really makes a difference. It’s what lets me keep making art. I don’t earn enough to make a living, but at least I can cover any expenses related to my art, y’know.


One Month of Commissions

It’s been almost a month since I started taking commissions. I’ve done eleven commissions so far, and my… customers? clients? seem to have been really happy with the outcome. I also realized that it required more time and energy than I first expected, so I’ve now raised prices slightly. I think my prices are still pretty low though. But my goal is just to earn enough money to cover basic necessities and at least that’s not too far off. As for the work itself, I find it really fun and rewarding. One thing I’ve learned is that, while one major part of it is to make pretty art, it’s equally important to figure out what the person paying for the art is looking for. This involves communication, sometimes a lot of it. It’s all fine to create a beautiful art piece, but if you draw a character in a way that doesn’t accurately reflect their personality, the client will probably […]


Prints for Sale

Just a small update: I now have a store at Society6 where you can buy items with prints of my art. There are a lot of different product, from art prints to iphone cases to fancy canvas print if you are drowning in money. You stuff printed with my art, and I get a small commission so it’s a win win. And if you have requests for some art you would like to see printed, you are welcome to leave a comment with your request, and I’ll see what I can do.


Pledge to my Patreon to Read the Latest Comics Before Everyone else!

I have now added tiers and rewards to my Patreon. All patrons get to read exclusive posts, and if you pledge 5$ or more, you get to read the latest comics before everyone else! At the moment, I keep my Patreon content five pages ahead. This means that if you pledge 5$ or more, you get to read five additional pages. If enough people join, I’ll consider increasing the number. My current goal is to earn 200$ a month. When I reach this, I will increase the production of new comics. So if you enjoy Gravity Break and want to know what happens next, and you want to support a struggling artist, you should consider becoming a patron. Every $ counts. It also makes me very happy every time someone joins. I’m very cute when I’m happy.


Shoutout to Generous People and Amazing Friends

I want to throw some recognition at people who have helped me get this far with Gravity Break: Cataclysm. Because I am super grateful for all the help from awesome people! To start with, big thanks to the anonymous person who bought me a drawing tablet. I don’t know who you are but this gift allowed me to discover a hidden talent for comic artistry. I hope you’re enjoying the comic that you helped make a reality! ^^ And thanks to all the friends who helped me by proofreading my comic, especially in the beginning when I was struggling to get used to writing dialogue in English. Lou is a wonderful person and they are selling lovely hand made pride bracelets (I have several and they are great! Really inexpensive too!) Please check out their Twitter! Lord Kristine is another friendly twitter person who is helping me generously! And they are the first (and so far only) person to have commissioned art from […]



Yesterday, I created a Patreon. When I get some patrons I’ll start try to think of some interesting content to post there. For now it’s just one way you can support my work. And if you want to support me with money, Ko-fi is another option. Any contribution is highly appreciated. An artist gotta eat and all.


First Post

Now that I have more or less gotten this website in order, I’ll keep working on the comic. I am really excited about this, and I am grateful for the people who helped me with all this. My friend who helped me set up this website, and those who are volunteering as proofreaders, and others. One of these days I’m gonna write a proper thank-you-everyone-post. I keep working on the comic, even if I won’t be posting more pages in a while. I just want to get ahead of schedule, so I can post regular weekly updates later. If you enjoy my work and want it to keep going, please consider supporting me via Ko-fi. And spread the word, tell everyone how Gravity Break: Cataclysm is a great comic. I don’t really have any other way to earn an income for myself so if people give me some extra money that helps me afford food and new underwear and whatnot. […]