STORMS A BREWIN’
Secondhand Smoke - Submitted by queen-of-turtles
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I wanted to draw cute thighs and so I stole Grace's character to do it
Not related, but I headcanon ^.^ is the last face you’ll see from Enna
Shes not a princess for nothing.
So the button project got away from me - we now have two sets for this lovely time of year! The Halloween set will be glow-in-the-dark while the Autumn set will be standard buttons. Collect all eight, or either set, or mix and match - whatever floats your buggy boat!
Or check out lots more bug goodies, including the popular bugdanas!
Massive thanks go to classicalwordsmith for all the help and moral support with these!
motivational ghost buddies!
'Something, everything is wrong'
Rebellion Story OST
Rebellion Story had a really lovely OST but I loved whenever this track in particular began playing. You may recognize the few notes played at the start of the track. Those notes repeated throughout the entire movie at certain scenes such as empty rooms or streets, or when the girls are all together and uncharacteristically happy. This tune stuck with me even after the movie was over, it really succeeded at making me uncomfortable, as if something felt very artificial.
Am Not Sad, I Am Not Sick is now available as a PDF for digital download.
"I Am Not Sad, I Am Not Sick: An Autobio Zine" debuted at Twin Cities Zinefest 2013. It is a 15-page black-and-white zine based on mental and emotional struggles of the author.
Here it is on tumblr. It’s $3 (or pay-what-you-want on Gumroad!). I’ve cleaned it up quite a bit and added grey tones to give the drawings a bit more depth. It’s a very personal piece and I hope you’ll consider picking it up.
This zine does include references to self-harm and suicidal ideation.
Thanks for supporting me!
some people need to understand this shit
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