I like comics, sci-fi, art, and sometimes spectacularly bad tv.

I've got a webcomic called Manifold Destiny about an aspiring supervillain looking for a superhero on a super-dating site.

Here is my self indulgent photo blog about my wiener dogs: Two Stupid Sausages

 

Less charmed by this one though he does have that Jim Henson vibe and some asshole poking his face. 

I am just utterly charmed by this armadillo. So happy.

Drew another doxie silhouette for a thing. I particularly like this one! It capture my pups medium long hair. Though not Tesla’s hammer pants. Her fluffy, fluffy hammer pants. 

Drew another doxie silhouette for a thing. I particularly like this one! It capture my pups medium long hair. Though not Tesla’s hammer pants. Her fluffy, fluffy hammer pants. 

juliajm15:

Why didn’t I do this before?

Her name would still be Hiccup? Looks pretty unissex to me

camposova:

mexicanfoodporn:

Molletes. 
Molletes. Bread with a little bit of butter, refried bean spread, cheese. Put in the oven till the bread gets a bit crispy and cheese melts. Top with fresh, spicy and zesty pico de gallo.
Simple and filling enough for you to run… out the door because you are late for work!!!!
Recipe
Photo: Todd Coleman 

I still don’t understand why molletes never really made it past the border into the States’ spectrum of Mexican food.
It’s basically what you get if a grilled cheese sandwich and a bean and cheese burrito made sweet, cheesy love.
IT’S THE PERFECT FOOD.
(The ones at the Sanborn’s pharmacy cafes in Mexico City are the best.)

Holy crap that looks good. 

camposova:

mexicanfoodporn:

Molletes. 

Molletes. Bread with a little bit of butter, refried bean spread, cheese. Put in the oven till the bread gets a bit crispy and cheese melts. Top with fresh, spicy and zesty pico de gallo.

Simple and filling enough for you to run… out the door because you are late for work!!!!

Recipe

Photo: Todd Coleman 

I still don’t understand why molletes never really made it past the border into the States’ spectrum of Mexican food.

It’s basically what you get if a grilled cheese sandwich and a bean and cheese burrito made sweet, cheesy love.

IT’S THE PERFECT FOOD.

(The ones at the Sanborn’s pharmacy cafes in Mexico City are the best.)

Holy crap that looks good. 

helpfulharrie:

This is a spiritual sequel to Thoughts on Wings by uzlo, which is also on tumblr.

Anyway, while reading the tags and comments on said tutorial, I noticed a lot of people expressing a desire for a bat wing version. So here’s a little guide I whipped up on them!

Bat wings are simpler than bird wings in that there’s no feather structure to learn, but you do need to learn the bones. Once you get the hang of those though, they’re pretty easy!

Bat photos are all kinda same-y to be honest (likely due to them mostly being nocturnal), and don’t do a good job of showing how those babies work. So, slowmotion videos are really helpful!

Cutest bat reference

I have had all of the parts of this forever, why did I just decide to do this. 

I have had all of the parts of this forever, why did I just decide to do this. 

fionastaples:

Saga #24 cover!

Fiona Staples covers never fail to amp me up for the next issue. As if I weren’t amped enough already. 

fionastaples:

Saga #24 cover!

Fiona Staples covers never fail to amp me up for the next issue. As if I weren’t amped enough already. 

rosalarian:

dollydaggger:

thedissolve:


“Taking cues from Gulliver’s Travels, Fantastic Planet considers what it means to be human by taking humanity out of its usual context. Way out of it. The humans who have survived some unspecified disaster on Earth live as wild creatures, and occasionally as pets, of the Draags, blue-skinned, big-eyed humanoids with little regard for the little people they call Oms. As the film opens, a young Om mother runs with her infant son, attempting to climb a hill, only to be repeatedly flicked down to its base by a giant finger. A later shot reveals that the finger belongs to a Draag child, treating the Oms the way human children treat ants—as amusing playthings whose lives are of little consequence. After their rough play kills the mother, an adolescent Draag named Tiva, daughter of the Draags’ Great Master, takes the orphaned baby home, dresses him up, and names him Terr, never considering that her actions could have momentous consequences.”

This month’s Laser Age column three intriguing outliers of the late-’60s/early-’70s science-fiction wave, including “head film with an agenda” Fantastic Planet. [Read more…]

seriously one of the coolest films

One of my favorite movies!

Love this movie. My dad took the time to track it down at a video store in the distant, inconvenient past, and I’ve always been grateful for that. 

rosalarian:

dollydaggger:

thedissolve:

“Taking cues from Gulliver’s TravelsFantastic Planet considers what it means to be human by taking humanity out of its usual context. Way out of it. The humans who have survived some unspecified disaster on Earth live as wild creatures, and occasionally as pets, of the Draags, blue-skinned, big-eyed humanoids with little regard for the little people they call Oms. As the film opens, a young Om mother runs with her infant son, attempting to climb a hill, only to be repeatedly flicked down to its base by a giant finger. A later shot reveals that the finger belongs to a Draag child, treating the Oms the way human children treat ants—as amusing playthings whose lives are of little consequence. After their rough play kills the mother, an adolescent Draag named Tiva, daughter of the Draags’ Great Master, takes the orphaned baby home, dresses him up, and names him Terr, never considering that her actions could have momentous consequences.”

This month’s Laser Age column three intriguing outliers of the late-’60s/early-’70s science-fiction wave, including “head film with an agenda” Fantastic Planet. [Read more…]

seriously one of the coolest films

One of my favorite movies!

Love this movie. My dad took the time to track it down at a video store in the distant, inconvenient past, and I’ve always been grateful for that. 

baruyon:

I’m not sure if these would be considered selkies. I just felt like drawing seal-mermaids… imagine how cuddly they would be j_j

Oh no I love them. 

baruyon:

I’m not sure if these would be considered selkies. I just felt like drawing seal-mermaids… imagine how cuddly they would be j_j

Oh no I love them. 

hammpix:

As an artist, you’ll have to draw turned heads countless times. But when the head is turned, drawing the far eye poses a special challenge. This is because we must foreshorten that eye more than we’re used to, and because we’re tempted to shape it like the near eye, which is less foreshortened. Therefore, it’s useful to practice drawing the far eye by itself, without the near eye to throw you off. Print these sheets, draw the eyes, and you’ll save yourself great difficulty later.

Note that all of these eyes are facing our left. You’ll need to practice right-facing eyes as well, so flop the sheets in Photoshop, print them again, and draw those also.

Ooooh, I like this. 

Batgirl getting interrupted from her bat dance. 
The new redesign is cute! 

Batgirl getting interrupted from her bat dance

The new redesign is cute!