Sunday, September 21, 2014
kayzig:

It’s been like a year since I had anyone get to babysit Olivia, so let’s give Rafi a chance.

Rafi tells the real true history of the pumpkin spice latte!

kayzig:

It’s been like a year since I had anyone get to babysit Olivia, so let’s give Rafi a chance.

Rafi tells the real true history of the pumpkin spice latte!

I am back to doing things for my dA art jam group, with a NEW THEME for fall time! You may think the theme is “any good excuse to sear your eyes with orange and coral” but ah-ah, not so! It’s “masquerade ball”.
If you have a dA account and like drawing your characters, and specifically if you like masquerade ball stuff, I might say check it out! This one is running ‘til late November.

I am back to doing things for my dA art jam group, with a NEW THEME for fall time! You may think the theme is “any good excuse to sear your eyes with orange and coral” but ah-ah, not so! It’s “masquerade ball”.

If you have a dA account and like drawing your characters, and specifically if you like masquerade ball stuff, I might say check it out! This one is running ‘til late November.

Saturday, September 20, 2014
kayzig:

regnacht:

This week on Boss Monster, that’s what she said.

Do people still say “that’s what she said”? Eh.

That’s wha.. s.. sh.. nnno that doesn’t work… b-uh wwwell… BUT! Comic update!!!

kayzig:

regnacht:

This week on Boss Monster, that’s what she said.

Do people still say “that’s what she said”? Eh.

That’s wha.. s.. sh.. nnno that doesn’t work… b-uh wwwell… BUT! Comic update!!!

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

coelasquid:

darkfliercynthia:

darkfliercynthia:

how the hell are some of u guys 13/14

when i was that age i was unironically watching shitty amvs on youtube and roleplaying on gaia

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BACK IN MY DAY SMUT FICS WERE CALLED LEMONS

BOYXBOY DONT LIKE DONT READ

When I was 13 youtube didn’t exist and you had to download your amvs for eight hours on a dial up modem with a filesharing program and the sound wouldn’t work because the computers would never have the right plugins to read the compression right.

No torrents either, if someone picked up the phone and cut the connection or your uploader signed off you had to start again from scratch.

Wait, are we competing for life in the stone age?

We got our first computer when I was 13. I made drawings on MSPaint (digital art, yeah!!!) of my favorite anime videos that we rented from Hollywood or Blockbuster, and we didn’t really have anything for downloading videos… or music… or… anything… The extent of the internet, as I knew it, was being asked a/s/l on AOL general chat rooms and being like “wow… there are like two people in here from Florida!! THAT’S ACROSS THE COUNTRY!”

Tuesday, September 16, 2014
So HI! Here are the head shots that go with these. I am trying to ease myself back into relative comfort with posting what I’m working on outside of the comic every week… maybe I’ll have more in a day or two! Maybe it will be more than People In A Void. Fingers crossed.

So HI! Here are the head shots that go with these. I am trying to ease myself back into relative comfort with posting what I’m working on outside of the comic every week… maybe I’ll have more in a day or two! Maybe it will be more than People In A Void. Fingers crossed.

Monday, September 15, 2014
I have been feeling really blah about everything I’m doing lately, but I completed these things, for another thing, (master of description that I am), and probably two of these people are familiar, and three are like “who in the hell…”
But yeah, kinda forcing myself to post these? Totally forcing myself. The file is actually called “forcingit.png”.

I have been feeling really blah about everything I’m doing lately, but I completed these things, for another thing, (master of description that I am), and probably two of these people are familiar, and three are like “who in the hell…”

But yeah, kinda forcing myself to post these? Totally forcing myself. The file is actually called “forcingit.png”.

Saturday, September 13, 2014
We sure had a time on twitter today, didn’t we.

We sure had a time on twitter today, didn’t we.

Friday, September 12, 2014

I wanted to give some advice that I wish someone had given me.

draconic-utterances:

sephiramy:

When it comes to writing a story… just go ahead and do it.

Really.

Tackle the theme that you really want to do and challenge yourself the whole way, or reel it in and do something you view as simpler if you want to test the waters. Consult books, guides, the world around you, friends, family, and any other source you can for how to cobble it together, or just quietly follow your own intuition and see where it goes. Populate a piece so heavily character-driven that the plot takes a back seat, or weave a series of events so episodic and complex that it boggles even you as the writer. Do all of these things! Or none of these things.

All I’m saying is, take the first step, and start walking. No matter what else you do, how else you do it, you are going to learn more by trying to do it, than you could ever, ever, ever learn in a hundred thousand hypothetical “what to look out for” lists. Advice (even mine!!) can be very pushy, and it will always be skewed for what works or has worked before, but that doesn’t mean those are the only ways.

Try it. Write it. Maybe it will work, maybe it won’t! But if you haven’t done it… who’s to say?

Yes!

Perfect.

I recently finished a gigantic writing project and have been flooping around being mopey about the fact that I’m not actually involved in writing something at the moment…and then I realized that (egads!) I could START SOMETHING NEW!

So I am.

I have honestly been thinking about this post all day, and have finally summoned the nerve to give a sincere congratulations on your completed project, and wish the best of the best luck on whatever you work on next. Seriously, that’s awesome!

I wanted to give some advice that I wish someone had given me.

When it comes to writing a story… just go ahead and do it.

Really.

Tackle the theme that you really want to do and challenge yourself the whole way, or reel it in and do something you view as simpler if you want to test the waters. Consult books, guides, the world around you, friends, family, and any other source you can for how to cobble it together, or just quietly follow your own intuition and see where it goes. Populate a piece so heavily character-driven that the plot takes a back seat, or weave a series of events so episodic and complex that it boggles even you as the writer. Do all of these things! Or none of these things.

All I’m saying is, take the first step, and start walking. No matter what else you do, how else you do it, you are going to learn more by trying to do it, than you could ever, ever, ever learn in a hundred thousand hypothetical “what to look out for” lists. Advice (even mine!!) can be very pushy, and it will always be skewed for what works or has worked before, but that doesn’t mean those are the only ways.

Try it. Write it. Maybe it will work, maybe it won’t! But if you haven’t done it… who’s to say?

chainsma:

I tried a thing.

Okay I still absolutely love this thing today!!! but I had to add what I already told you last night.

chainsma:

I tried a thing.

Okay I still absolutely love this thing today!!! but I had to add what I already told you last night.