About Snevilly

I’m going on a wonderful journey this year as I try to win a bet with my Grandfather. I’ve selected a dog to help him train as a service dog. If it can’t pass the appropriate standards for public access, the dog will still be of tremendous benefit to my grandfather around the house. We’ll be vlogging the whole experience.  On top of that I will be doing a series of ‘draw my life’ style vlogs. It’s going to be a lot of fun.

We’re just getting started though, so no video yet. But I’ll continue writing about out steps and what we’re up to until we get everything in place. I’m excited to start making videos as soon as possible so I can show Gramps how awesome YouTube can be.

I’m also hoping this will turn into a good networking experience because I have a lot of collaborative projects I’d like to do and its really difficult to find other creative types who really want to create something with a group just because that sounds like awesome. I need all sorts of advice on what I’m doing, so if you’re more experienced at something I’m talking about please feel free to send a message or leave a comment to spread the wisdom!

You can also find me on:




My Role Playing Blog

Coming Soon: YouTube

A “test” strip for my comic Dragon Breath

Who is Snevilly?

  • I was born September, 24th 1987 in Gatesville, TX, USA.
  • I’ve never lived anywhere more than two years in a row.
  • I am a sexual assault survivor from an extreme home situation and was officially diagnosed with PTSD at nineteen, but it’s likely I’ve had it since I was eleven years old. A doctor recently recommended I get a service dog to help with anxiety, panic attacks, and hyper awareness in public situations because I triggered badly a year ago and have not been able to function ‘normally’ since. They’re very expensive, though, so I have a lot to think about.
  • I have achieved balance and peace in the past and I will do so again.
  • I think loving one another is the most important thing human beings can do with their life.
  • I believe the world would be a better place if more people were having a discussion with their social circle, like this:

We know that regardless of our beliefs, regardless of our moral ethics, our greatest strength and our truest accomplishment as human beings is our ability to work together and achieve the impossible.


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