erikamoen:

erikamoen:

Until Friday 3/14/14, email me proof you donated to Scarleteen & I’ll send you the DAR! book PDFs. Donate: https://donatenow.networkforgood.org/1433116Email: http://www.erikamoen.com/contact/The DAR! books have over a dozen comics not released online, plus other bonus content. Here’s all the deets on what’s in the DAR! books.
NOTE: Email is the only way to contact me, I do not read any messages sent through Tumblr mail nor any activity on my posts here. 
Here is the run down on what Scarleteen is and why they need to raise some serious dollas or else they’ll be forced to shut down nearly all of their services to provide teens with free, comprehensive, gender-inclusive, judgement-free sex education.

Two days left to get in on this!

This is a great way to simultaneously support a fantastic organization AND get your mitts on some excellent comics! Plus, in order to claim said comics, you get to spend twenty minutes agonizing over penning the perfect email to your comics hero. (Well, okay, maybe that last bit is just me. But still. Comics!)

erikamoen:

erikamoen:

Until Friday 3/14/14, email me proof you donated to & I’ll send you the DAR! book PDFs.

Donate:

The DAR! books have over a dozen comics not released online, plus other bonus content. Here’s all the deets on what’s in the DAR! books

Two days left to get in on this!

This is a great way to simultaneously support a fantastic organization AND get your mitts on some excellent comics! Plus, in order to claim said comics, you get to spend twenty minutes agonizing over penning the perfect email to your comics hero. (Well, okay, maybe that last bit is just me. But still. Comics!)

Guess what came in the mail this week? 

Guess what came in the mail this week? 

nonesuchgarden:

I AM A GENIUS.
I really want to continue the Nonesuch Garden Club, but it’s not realistic for me to continue my zine, Craftomix. It’s too much work and a major point of stress in my life right now.
I’ve been trying to come up with an alternative project that would still be fun, collectable, and monthly. I was thinking about trading cards… But then I had a stroke of genius.
I was obsessed with CLAMP as a kid and collected anything and everything I could get my hands on that featured their artwork. Magic Knight Rayearth was my favorite story. I have FOUR decks of MKR playing cards that I collected as cheap alternatives to art books. They are some of the only things I’ve kept over the years because they are beautiful AND functional.
There are 52 weeks in a year. There are 52 cards in a deck of playing cards. If I draw one, small illustration a week for a year, I can make a deck of playing cards. I could send my club members a few cards each month. At the end of the year, they will have a full deck to admire and play with!
Eh? Eh!!!???

Megan is totally a genius, you guys.

nonesuchgarden:

I AM A GENIUS.

I really want to continue the Nonesuch Garden Club, but it’s not realistic for me to continue my zine, Craftomix. It’s too much work and a major point of stress in my life right now.

I’ve been trying to come up with an alternative project that would still be fun, collectable, and monthly. I was thinking about trading cards… But then I had a stroke of genius.

I was obsessed with CLAMP as a kid and collected anything and everything I could get my hands on that featured their artwork. Magic Knight Rayearth was my favorite story. I have FOUR decks of MKR playing cards that I collected as cheap alternatives to art books. They are some of the only things I’ve kept over the years because they are beautiful AND functional.

There are 52 weeks in a year. There are 52 cards in a deck of playing cards. If I draw one, small illustration a week for a year, I can make a deck of playing cards. I could send my club members a few cards each month. At the end of the year, they will have a full deck to admire and play with!

Eh? Eh!!!???

Megan is totally a genius, you guys.

lenadrawscomics:

The weather’s getting cold again. Time to put on all your layers and drink a lot of tea.

Reblogging ‘cause I’m chilly.

lenadrawscomics:

The weather’s getting cold again. Time to put on all your layers and drink a lot of tea.

Reblogging ‘cause I’m chilly.

lenadrawscomics:

I treated myself to a bang trim and some new Photoshop brushes today! Both of these things will be showing up in future drawings.
(The brushes I used are from Kyle Webster's fantastic “Ultimate MegaPack” and “Real Watercolor” brush packs.)

Reblogging for the afternoon crowd!

lenadrawscomics:

I treated myself to a bang trim and some new Photoshop brushes today! Both of these things will be showing up in future drawings.

(The brushes I used are from Kyle Webster's fantastic “Ultimate MegaPack” and “Real Watercolor” brush packs.)

Reblogging for the afternoon crowd!

followingshade:

sowideasea:

rosalarian:

littlefroggies:

bisexual-community:

Common Myths About Bisexuality from the lovely personal memoir in a web comic format Jesus Loves Lesbians, Too by bi blogger & author Maria Burnham (writer/memoirist) and Maggie Siegel-Berele (comic artist).

Remember Bisexuals are just people who can ♥ people of SAME/SIMILAR Gender as themselves + can ♥ people of DIFFERENT Genders/Gender Presentations from themselves.

All the rest of it about must be Exactly 50%/50%; can’t be/can’t ♥ trans/genderqueer people; the 3 C’s: Confused; Closeted + sex-Crazed; must always be poly + can’t be monogamous; yadda, yadda, yada, are just hooey + nonsense made up by haters and fools.

I usually don’t reblog stuff like this because this is my art blog but this hit close to home and reminded me of so many conversations that made me feel like garbage.

It always makes me see red when I see lesbians (and gay men) treating bisexuals this way. I don’t think I can even type too much more without quickly reaching a point where I just smash my head into the keyboard.

jesus christ, Maggie, look how many notes this has.

Holy crap.  That is a humbling amount of notes.  Thank you for reading, guys :D

Maggie and Maria do great work, and they speak the truth.

onlylolgifs:

Fish on Wheels

Finally, the science behind Ms. Skrimshaw’s bubble car is revealed!

(Image from Aaron Renier’s Spiral Bound, which you should totes read if you haven’t already—or reread if you have!)

queeroticomics:

northwestpress:

Our big 25% off sale ends today! Get any NWP Original graphic novel, collection, or comic in print at 25% off the cover price! Includes all our releases, including popular favorites like The Legend of Bold Riley and our latest book QU33R! (Get the hardcover for $29.99 instead of $39.99 because MATH!)

http://northwestpress.com/product-category/nwp/

Go get you some comics! Why not check out Rob Kirby’s QU33R anthology, which features our very own Queerotica editor/contributor Sasha Steinberg as his glamorous superheroine drag persona ~*~Sasha Velour~*~!

This is a pretty great deal! Northwest Press publishes some phenomenal comics, so get on over there and take a look! If you’re plagued by indecision, I highly recommend Anything That Loves: Comics Beyond “Gay” and “Straight”, which features work from fantastic artists like Erika Moen, Bill Roundy, Kate Leth, and even myself!

lenadrawscomics:

careydraws:

monstertag:

very very silly Photoshop pun valentines

eyestrain :(

Molly started something amazing with her Photoshop pun valentines! The world needs more of them so you should add ‘em on below.

Photoshop and puns—my two true loves! ♥ 

Internet, will you be my Valentine?