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oh my god
i took a nap at like 5 to 8 so im awake as fuck…too bad i cant think of any good ideas for merch
joannaestep replied to your post “i lost a follower is it because two tone boy and freckle sunshine or…”two tone freckle frog and commander sunshine ninja.
send a rescue party
i’m too far gone
WHOOOOOOAAAAAA I DON’T CHECK MY USERNAME’S TAG ENOUGH, WHHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAA~~~~~
PHEW! The flower series is complete! ALL mini prints are up for pre-order in my [shop] now!
Some DMMd sketches from the meetup♥
HAMLET, YOU DREW KOUJAKU/AOBA??!?! *dies of happiness*
Shut up, Thor, I do what I want.
[fever] by feelslikefire, chapter 9 of 10. (Chapter 9 got too damn long so I broke it into 2 parts, 2nd part to be posted within a few days.)
Summary: After finally getting out of the hospital, Mizuki finds that picking up the pieces of his life is at once easier and much harder than he had expected. Aoba’s friend Clear is a strange but intriguing new presence, if only he’d take off that weird gas-mask. But when a frightening change comes over Midorijima, Mizuki has to decide what’s really important to him. Mizuki/Clear with horror-movie plot, plus background Koujaku/Aoba.
This chapter: Reunion. Rated E for
feels and pornExplicit.
Napping was the very last thing Mizuki wanted to do—Clear was every bit as attractive to him now as he had been before, if not more—but as much as he hated to admit it, he was fucking exhausted. Three days of drinking and mourning was about as restful as living above a metal band’s practice room, and last night might have been a dream or it might have been real, but it sure as fuck wasn’t relaxing. Mizuki was running on empty. And so despite the warm and wonderful person curled against his chest, Mizuki was asleep within minutes.
When he woke, the light coming in through the window was the bright yellow of midday. Otherwise, literally nothing had changed; his arms were still full of Clear. He opened his eyes to find Clear gazing at him with a curiously anxious expression on his face. When he saw Mizuki looking back at him, his anxiety melted away like a shadow in the noonday sun. “Hey there, gorgeous,” Mizuki said mildly. “You gonna sit there and stare at me, or you gonna kiss me awake like Sleeping Beauty?”
I still buy a majority of my comics from Marvel and DC and it has been that way for many years but the fact of the matter is that fans want something more. They want something more grounded or relatable. They want something more dramatic and unique. You can only go so far with the major superheroes. Their followings are so big and there is such a control by editorial staffs over what you can do with some of these characters. That doesn’t make the work that comes out of DC and Marvel bad. It just is different with a publisher like Image. People who didn’t read comics because it was too ‘spande’” for them have been able to get into comics. They’ve been brought into this medium because of series like Rat Queens, Lazarus, Manhattan Projects and Saga….
The Eisner nominations also prove something else. Comics is no longer a boy’s club. I know every once in a while we see something that makes us think differently, but the fact of the matter is that comics is not a men only industry anymore. Women creators are all over the Eisner nominations this year. More than any year before. 2014 may be the year we see a woman win best writer. Kelly Sue DeConnick is a real contender and so are Emma Rios and Fiona Staples. Despite the still visible sexism in the industry…, there are more women reading and more women creat[ing] and they are finally being recognized. Their work reaches all readers, not just women.
—Jess Camacho, Geek Out Nation, "Why This Year’s Eisner Nominations Mean So Much More Than Previous Years" (via villainousvinyl)
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BLESS YOU CHILD, I ONLY WISH I HAD MORE TIME TO DRAW MORE MORE MORE.
My long road to get a digital drawing system set up has finally come to some kind of fruition … My first (mostly) complete digital comics page » finished traditional inks. The scan is not cleaned up or the panel borders drawn in (I have always done digital panel borders because I can’t ink a straight line, even with a ruler) because I scanned it at the wrong size for print, so I have to redo it anyway.
Tools involved with this: Cintiq, Manga Studio 5, Epson Artisan 1430, Raphael Klonsky watercolour brush, size 1. And many, many tears. But I think I’m starting to get the hang of this.
Your hard work is paying off, this looks baller! …. And absolutely torturous. Does Manga Studio of have some kind of built in function for gridding out perspective for environments? I tend to work in photoshop, and drop in pre-made grids.
by Chris Samnee
Spidey Friday 2014.01.24
Chris Samnee needs to stop being so good at everything, it’s really obnoxious.
NO. NO TUMBLR. GET OFF TUMBLR AND CHECK YOUR EMAIL.
If I seem absent from social media of late, please forgive me. Work is, uh…. overwhelming.