More of my stuff
Today is my eldest daughter’s 24th birthday. This is the sketch I did of her in the hospital as she and my wife slept. She was about 16 hours old so I call it her sweet sixteen pic. She’s not really on social media much but I wanted to share how much I love her anyhow :) I keep telling her so I think she won’t mind not seeing this post.

Today is my eldest daughter’s 24th birthday. This is the sketch I did of her in the hospital as she and my wife slept. She was about 16 hours old so I call it her sweet sixteen pic. She’s not really on social media much but I wanted to share how much I love her anyhow :) I keep telling her so I think she won’t mind not seeing this post.

thefrogman:

There is also a death for the immortal jellyfish. He is very bored.

Artwork by Chris Gugliotti [webcomic | tumblr]

Totally squeed at cat death :)

Calling this one done! “Dearly Beloved” a monster marriage. Enjoy :)

Calling this one done! “Dearly Beloved” a monster marriage. Enjoy :)

If we think of the douchebag as a social identity as much as an accusation, as a subject with a distinctive persona locatable within the categories of race, class, gender and sexuality, then we find that the term carries a remarkably precise definition.
 
The douchebag is someone — overwhelmingly white, rich, heterosexual males — who insist upon, nay, demand their white male privilege in every possible set and setting.
 
The douchebag is always a white guy. But he is more than that. The douchebag is the demanding 1%, and the far more numerically significant class of white, heterosexist men who ape and aspire to be them. Wall Street guys are douchebags to be sure, but so is anyone looking to cash in on his white male privilege.
 
This narrowness of categorization — perhaps unique in the history of America’s rich history of racial and sexual slurs — is what makes the word douchebag such a potentially useful political tool.

Douchebag: The White Racial Slur We’ve All Been Waiting For — Medium

This is a great, interesting, insightful, long read.

(via wilwheaton)

Well worth the time to read. :)

More wip: Flats are mostly done. Lots of ‘weeding’ left (filling stray pixels) Background is mostly place holder tones/textures. Happy so far!

More wip: Flats are mostly done. Lots of ‘weeding’ left (filling stray pixels) Background is mostly place holder tones/textures. Happy so far!

Inks! “Dearly Beloved” wip: I was working on this during tonight’s Ustream but was having too much fun to stop once the stream was over. Hope I can find time to colour it soon.

Inks! “Dearly Beloved” wip: I was working on this during tonight’s Ustream but was having too much fun to stop once the stream was over. Hope I can find time to colour it soon.

christopherjonesart:

uncalar and me showing off our Batusi skills on the streets of New York City.

No one shakes a cape like us! :)

christopherjonesart:

uncalar and me showing off our Batusi skills on the streets of New York City.

No one shakes a cape like us! :)

pizza-party:

tastefullyoffensive:

The Expedition [jimbenton]

The first panel cracked me up. The last panel made me go, “Aww!”

christopherjonesart:

One highlight of New York Comic Con was getting to see uncalar as Sailor Bacon!

Lar cosplays Sailor Bacon to raise awareness for Multiple Sclerosis research & charity! So if you enjoy the fabulousness of…. that…. Please reach out to see how you can support MS or make a donation :)

Chris is a terrific comic artist and great fellow ;) He’s currently working on a very cool sci fi comic called Parallel Man I recommend checking out. I am covered in shame for forgetting the name of the Joker cosplayer he had at his booth :) I got to enjoy a beer with them all. 

Dang it’s fun working in comics :)

Tarot Cola: Y’know Coke really missed an opportunity I think ;)

Tarot Cola: Y’know Coke really missed an opportunity I think ;)