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'''Tracy J. Butler''' is the artist and author responsible for the creation of ''[[Lackadaisy (comic)|Lackadaisy]]''. When she's not working on ''Lackadaisy'' (I know, right?) she works as a 2D and 3D artist on stuff that has nothing to do with ''Lackadaisy''. You can find out more about that by looking it up on her [http://www.lackadaisycats.com/faq.php FAQ]. Tracy has worked with digital art for over 10 years.<ref>[http://www.littledaisycafe.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=681&p=1063589#p1063589 Forum post by Tracy - January 27, 2011]</ref>
 
'''Tracy J. Butler''' is the artist and author responsible for the creation of ''[[Lackadaisy (comic)|Lackadaisy]]''. When she's not working on ''Lackadaisy'' (I know, right?) she works as a 2D and 3D artist on stuff that has nothing to do with ''Lackadaisy''. You can find out more about that by looking it up on her [http://www.lackadaisycats.com/faq.php FAQ]. Tracy has worked with digital art for over 10 years.<ref>[http://www.littledaisycafe.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=681&p=1063589#p1063589 Forum post by Tracy - January 27, 2011]</ref>
  
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{{quote|I worked as a orthodontic lab assistant/clinician from age 14 up through my college freshman year. In the likelihood you're asking about art related jobs, though, my first paid jobs were sporadic freelance illustration gigs - some for table top RPGs, but mostly for individuals who simply wanted some artwork done. I was about 16 or 17 when I started doing that.|Tracy|<ref name="F20100518"/>}}
  
 
Development of ''Lackadaisy'' began as early as 1994, when Tracy, as a grade-schooler, painted very early depictions of [[Rocky]] and [[Mitzi]]. They can be seen in {{S|Protocats}}.
 
Development of ''Lackadaisy'' began as early as 1994, when Tracy, as a grade-schooler, painted very early depictions of [[Rocky]] and [[Mitzi]]. They can be seen in {{S|Protocats}}.
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Tracy has created a fictionalized version of herself. In several of the [[Previews]], Tracy [[interviews]] various ''Lackdaisy'' characters, attempting to learn the answers to questions that have been posed to her by fans of the comic.
 
Tracy has created a fictionalized version of herself. In several of the [[Previews]], Tracy [[interviews]] various ''Lackdaisy'' characters, attempting to learn the answers to questions that have been posed to her by fans of the comic.
 
==References==
 
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Revision as of 14:27, 28 December 2011

Tracy J. Butler is the artist and author responsible for the creation of Lackadaisy. When she's not working on Lackadaisy (I know, right?) she works as a 2D and 3D artist on stuff that has nothing to do with Lackadaisy. You can find out more about that by looking it up on her FAQ. Tracy has worked with digital art for over 10 years.[1]

In regards to her professional history-

I worked as a orthodontic lab assistant/clinician from age 14 up through my college freshman year. In the likelihood you're asking about art related jobs, though, my first paid jobs were sporadic freelance illustration gigs - some for table top RPGs, but mostly for individuals who simply wanted some artwork done. I was about 16 or 17 when I started doing that.
—Tracy, [2]

Development of Lackadaisy began as early as 1994, when Tracy, as a grade-schooler, painted very early depictions of Rocky and Mitzi. They can be seen in "Protocats".

Her thoughts on holding babies herself are summed up in "Loaf Baby".

In the comic

Tracy has created a fictionalized version of herself. In several of the Previews, Tracy interviews various Lackdaisy characters, attempting to learn the answers to questions that have been posed to her by fans of the comic.

References