I burned like 3/4 of my forearm on the oven while I was making chicken and my mom was like “honey put some butter on it it draws the heat out” so she was rubbing a stick of butter on my arm and my stepdad was like “what’s for dinner” as he walked in and saw her slathering my arm in butter and he just slowly backed away
Okay. BIG COMICON POST COMIN THROUGH.
I will be exhibiting for the first time at this years SAN DIEGO COMIC CON! (JULY-24-27)
You can find me IN ARTIST”S ALLEY table BB-12
STUFF I WILL HAVE:
books, sketchbooks, prints. buttons, an exclusive Corg Life print signed by The Frogman, and I will be debuting the 3rd print in my Starwars series. Also as always I will be doing commissions and for the first time anywhere i will have original art for sale
if you’re there please stop, if you know somebody going tell them to stop by and say hello.
and Playing Dead fans, remember, the password for a special treat: NIBBLES SENT ME.
please spread the word
Tuesday Tips - STRAIGHT against CURVES
This principle really helps to create shapes and characters with “points of interest”. The straights move the eye towards the areas of curves, bumps and details. I mostly focused on the silhouettes of the shapes/characters, but the same principles should also be applied to shapes and volumes inside the main shape/volume.
I’m sorry but if you try to tell me there are only three wizard schools in the ENTIRE magical world I will fight you.
I wanna see Indian wizardry schools
Japanese magic schools where the house ghosts have shrines
Schools hidden in sand dunes and enchanted to look like mirages
American schools hidden in Roswell and Salem
Public magical schools for kids that don’t want to leave home for seven years
GIVE ME ALL THE WIZARD SCHOOL HEAD CANONS!
Canada alone would have *at least* 5: one servicing the west coast, hidden in the endless valleys of the Rocky Mountains, one in the north, probably serving YT, NWT and Nunavut, one in the prairies, one in Central Canada and one for the East Coast/ Maritimes, probably a 6th in Quebec.