natalie dupille

is creating comics & illustration

3

patrons

$8

per month
hello & welcome!

if you like thinking about:
  • travel
  • gender & sexuality
  • food
  • science-related stuff
  • puns
then please consider subscribing to my patreon! i am a queer, seattle-based cartoonist and illustrator whose work focuses on all of the above, and i'm so excited to share my creations with you. i am the author of multiple minicomics and zines, and my work has appeared in publications including the seattle weekly, taproot magazine, and anthologies such as chainmail bikini.

this patreon was created to give perks to supportive folks like you as i work on longer-term and larger projects. i kept a daily illustrated travelogue on a year-long trip in 2014-15 which i hope to publish into a physical book. i'm also working on a newer travel blog, which, along with my own art, will highlight and support queer, female, & trans artists and businesses around the world.

by becoming a patron, you will help me to continue doing what i love to do as my job. and i hope to make it worth your while! 

some links to enjoy in the mean time:

@nataliekdupille on instagram
the feminist bakery travel & sketch blog
full website and portfolio
Tiers
eternal spanks
$1 or more per month
my deepest gratitude for you! 
stick it to the man
$2 or more per month
receive one sticker now and any new sticker i create while you are subscribed. 
get carded
$5 or more per month
receive a greeting card every other month while subscribing! (six cards per year)
to zine or not to zine
$10 or more per month
a copy of one zine now AND any self-published minicomic or zine that i create while your subscription is current. generally between 1 and 3 per year! 
the whole enchilada
$15 or more per month
receive all perks listed above: zines, cards, and stickers! 
mail call!
$20 or more per month
receive a watercolor postcard directly from me within three months of subscribing. this could be a landscape, an illustrated recipe - who knows?! 
Goals
$8 of $50 per month
This money will help contribute to my art supply fund - pens, Bristol board, watercolor paper, and more. <3
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hello & welcome!

if you like thinking about:
  • travel
  • gender & sexuality
  • food
  • science-related stuff
  • puns
then please consider subscribing to my patreon! i am a queer, seattle-based cartoonist and illustrator whose work focuses on all of the above, and i'm so excited to share my creations with you. i am the author of multiple minicomics and zines, and my work has appeared in publications including the seattle weekly, taproot magazine, and anthologies such as chainmail bikini.

this patreon was created to give perks to supportive folks like you as i work on longer-term and larger projects. i kept a daily illustrated travelogue on a year-long trip in 2014-15 which i hope to publish into a physical book. i'm also working on a newer travel blog, which, along with my own art, will highlight and support queer, female, & trans artists and businesses around the world.

by becoming a patron, you will help me to continue doing what i love to do as my job. and i hope to make it worth your while! 

some links to enjoy in the mean time:

@nataliekdupille on instagram
the feminist bakery travel & sketch blog
full website and portfolio

Recent posts by natalie dupille

Tiers
eternal spanks
$1 or more per month
my deepest gratitude for you! 
stick it to the man
$2 or more per month
receive one sticker now and any new sticker i create while you are subscribed. 
get carded
$5 or more per month
receive a greeting card every other month while subscribing! (six cards per year)
to zine or not to zine
$10 or more per month
a copy of one zine now AND any self-published minicomic or zine that i create while your subscription is current. generally between 1 and 3 per year! 
the whole enchilada
$15 or more per month
receive all perks listed above: zines, cards, and stickers! 
mail call!
$20 or more per month
receive a watercolor postcard directly from me within three months of subscribing. this could be a landscape, an illustrated recipe - who knows?!