Hey there, huge fan here. I just saw your t-shirts and got excited, but then I saw that they only go up to 2xl like most non plus size clothing stores. Is there a way around that for us (much) bigger girls?
I haven’t been able to find a screenprinter who I can afford that goes higher than that, otherwise I totally would. The ones I can afford either don’t offer them, or charge significantly more for those sizes to the point that I can’t afford them anymore. I really wish this wasn’t the case.
If anyone has some recommendations for screenprinters who might work, I’ll take your suggestions.
I’m gonna be screenprinting a couple shirts that I’ve had a lot of requests for and finally decided to actually do. But it’s a bit of an undertaking to make shirts, so I’m going preorders for both of them. I just need 60 people to get them in order for it to be worth printing, so I’m gonna try using Celery to do this. Like a kickstarter campaign, you won’t be charged until the project is a go. If you preorder, you’ll save $2 and you’ll be sure that the size you want is available (sizes S-2XL).
Preorder the “Makeup and Pizza” shirt here.
Preorder the “Whole Pie” shirt here.
Reminder that this is going on.
Tom navigates the minefield that is talking to your current girlfriend about sex with an ex in today’s Meaty Yogurt. This webcomic updates every Monday. There are 184 pages. Read it from the beginning here.
Virginity only matters if you’re lighting the black flame candle to summon witches.
Actually, When people talk about “blood of a virgin”, what’s actually meant is “virgin blood”, aka blood that’s never before been used in a ritual.
Therefore, virginity doesn’t matter for anything.
*noises of comprehension and frustration that I didn’t make that connection before*
not to mention that virgin in the wiccan/pagan sense literally just means “young, unmarried woman,” especially one with a realized individual sexual identity. I reblogged another post about the terminology and its corruption mostly through the pervasiveness of the Bible and the use of “virgin” to stand in for the hebrew “alma” which also just means “young, unmarried woman.”
This is what inspired my story in Smut Peddler. Not this post directly, but the black candle witch virgin thing.
Sneaky peek at my Smut Peddler story!
Everyone knows witches eat virgins or something. Our poor protagonist is terrified about what’s going to happen to her at midnight when a witch comes to town. It’s 13 pages long and has some of the best erotic art I’ve ever drawn.
Or even if that doesn’t float your boat, there’s a couple dozen other filthy stories by oodles of other lady creators, and I’ve gotten to see a bunch of it, and it’s fuckin’ amazing. Several hundred pages of smut. Do you really think you can go wrong with that? What could be the downside? Nothing, that’s what.
Get on this Kickstarter and make sweet love to it. The more money it makes, the more all the artists get paid, because Spike is a great person who knows how to treat her artists.
I am excited to announce my new upcoming comic series, Love Not Found, which will launch some time in May 2014. It gets back to the roots of what I do best, romance comics! The series will update two days a week to start, on Mondays and Fridays. I will have more information as the launch day comes closer. Demon Aid will continue to update, but as a side project. It will move to a once a week update schedule by the time the new comic launches. I hope you all will join me in this exciting new journey!
"Planet Monotropa. Human population: 2,408. While technology has advanced in ways most could never imagine, humankind seems to have regressed. People have forgotten the need for the touch of another person. Love Not Found is the story of Abeille and her quest to find that missing human connection."
Also another signal boost!
I got to see a preview and it’s great!
I can’t ever take a critique seriously that contains the words “Now, I haven’t actually read it…”
Just stop. Take all the words you typed about the thing you haven’t read, and delete them. All of them. Nothing less valuable than an uninformed secondhand opinion.
If you can’t be bothered to read the thing you’re critiquing, why should I be bothered to read your critique of it?