Hey everyone! A few weeks ago I was asked by the lovely and talented Doubleclicks to design them a cute, full of positive attitude Dimetrodon shirt to match their wonderful Dimetrodon song. And here it is!* NOTE: Their store is only open for online orders until Tues. (Aug. 5, 2014). Afterwards, merch. will only be available at shows (and whenever the online store opens up again). Buy them all! :)
The Doubleclicks are going on tour soon. I highly recommend checking out one of their shows if they happen to be coming to your town. Here’s their tour schedule.
This other design was swimming around in my brain for a while so I thought I would make it a thing. Shirts and stuff are available over at my Society6 site**.
Go forth and clothe yourself!
* Wearing Dimetrodon shirt will not turn you into a Dimetrodon, although you are more than welcome to pretend that it does.
** I’m slowly migrating all my other shirt designs over to Society6.
Oliver from Germany liked one of my kiwi sketches so much that he got a tattoo of it! Check it out! Amazing!
So…. it’s been *eyes calender* oh geez, a month since I did one of these. Y’all follow my comics on their own, right? RIGHT?
Does anyone find value in these updates or should I just let the comics do their own thing without this aggregation?
At any rate, here are the last month worth of comics. Enjoy and thanks for reading!
Image done for The Sketchbook Project “Songs to Draw From” Challenge.
A few months ago I was playing around with some alternative imagery for classic fairy tale characters and these are what I came up with.
In case you unaware of the Net Neutrality hullabaloo going on right now, here are a few helpful resources to fill you in. In short, yes, anti-Net Neutrality is STILL a bad idea. Why? These two videos do an excellent job summing up the situation.
And for a more humorous, but equally informational take:
Still need more information and want to know how you can help? Try out these links.
Save the Internet’s Summary
FAQ and Petition from the ACLU
Pre-Drafted Petition Letter via Public Knowledge