megan rosalarian gedris
sofapizza:

retrofuturs:

3D Printing

what a time to be alive.

sofapizza:

retrofuturs:

3D Printing

what a time to be alive.

itswalky:

ugh

rosalarian:

So, if my Patreon gets up to $1500, I debut a second regular webcomic. I’ve been working on these characters since 2011, and I’ve finally figured out enough of this story to actually work on it as a comic (instead of the novel I got 50,000 words into before I decided it’d work better as a comic). I’ve also more or less figured out how I want to draw everybody.

The story is about Anna, a fortune teller with the Samson Brothers Circus, trying to figure out who murdered her knife-throwing twin sister, Kat, whose ghost is restless. Soon after the murder, other members of the circus, all of whom are suspects, begin developing strange mutations, which ringmaster and circus owner Jebediah Tetanus is all too happy about. It takes place in a loose version of post Civil War America as the circus train traverses the country. It’s not steampunk, though there are some anachronisms. (No goggles and no airships, gears on trains not hats.) It’ll be for an audience of teen and up, mostly for violence. It is a supernatural murder mystery, after all.

I just hit 20,000 followers. If 8% of you gave me $1, the goal would be met and you would get to read this series. That’s entirely do-able. So consider checking out my Patreon!

Night crew/other hemisphere reblog.

So, if my Patreon gets up to $1500, I debut a second regular webcomic. I’ve been working on these characters since 2011, and I’ve finally figured out enough of this story to actually work on it as a comic (instead of the novel I got 50,000 words into before I decided it’d work better as a comic). I’ve also more or less figured out how I want to draw everybody.

The story is about Anna, a fortune teller with the Samson Brothers Circus, trying to figure out who murdered her knife-throwing twin sister, Kat, whose ghost is restless. Soon after the murder, other members of the circus, all of whom are suspects, begin developing strange mutations, which ringmaster and circus owner Jebediah Tetanus is all too happy about. It takes place in a loose version of post Civil War America as the circus train traverses the country. It’s not steampunk, though there are some anachronisms. (No goggles and no airships, gears on trains not hats.) It’ll be for an audience of teen and up, mostly for violence. It is a supernatural murder mystery, after all.

I just hit 20,000 followers. If 8% of you gave me $1, the goal would be met and you would get to read this series. That’s entirely do-able. So consider checking out my Patreon!

galadelicious:

Still looking for advertisers and sponsorship! Here is a show description: “Pick a Card” is a burlesque variety show and multimedia experience. Our performers will share with you the myth and magic of Tarot, using various art forms to weave a multifaceted spectacle of fortune, titillation, and curiosity! This production, slated to be held Saturday, September 27th, 2014, at the beautiful Michigan Theater in downtown Ann Arbor, MI, is a collaborative effort led by Gala Delicious of The Tickled Fancy Burlesque Co., and featuring the illustrious talents of 2010 Queen of Burlesque, Roxi D’Lite of Windsor, Ontario, Chicago burlesque powerhouses Lilly Rascal, Dahlia Fatale, Red Rum and Cruel Valentine, as well as Toronto’s own Nerd Girl Burlesque, Michigan phenomenons Luna Legare, Annie Thing, Dolly Dagger, and many more!

Send and email to pickacardburlesque@gmail.com if you are interested!

photo of Roxi D’Lite wearing her signature RED Burlesque Lipstick by Roxi D’Lite Photography                                                                                                      photo of Cruel Valentine by Anthropix                                                                       photo of Red Rum by Jason Brown Photography

My awesome friends are putting on this show and there’s only a couple hours left! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/851629756/pick-a-card-a-burlesque-exploration-of-tarot

choochoobear:

rosalarian:

Every time a guy tells me how unfortunate it is that I’m a lesbian because I’m so hot, I add another line to my epic slam poem entitled “I Don’t Care About Your Boner.” It’s a real thing, and when it gets long enough, I’ll perform it for you guys.

It’s going to be a Homer-esque epic.

Sing, O muse, of the rage of the lesbian, daughter of Sappho, that brought countless ills upon the straight cis dudes.

I truly love your work, yu+me dream was beautiful and will always be a favorite of mine, and I've started a few webcomics of my own. What do you think the key to gaining a following is :?

I don’t know what it’s like for people just starting out nowadays. I’ve been doing this for 14 years. Everything has changed. All the tools I used when I was first dipping my feet into the pond have been replaced by other things. But I imagine at least 90% of it is making good quality work, consistently, putting it in a place that people can easily find, make it easy for them to share it, and make it easy for people to find their way back to you. The other 10% is sacrificing a goat.

Every time a guy tells me how unfortunate it is that I’m a lesbian because I’m so hot, I add another line to my epic slam poem entitled “I Don’t Care About Your Boner.” It’s a real thing, and when it gets long enough, I’ll perform it for you guys.

sketchamagowza:

stuff is just stuff #2

kynelly:

hraesvelgur:

jadelyn:

georgecuntstanza:

extracapsulargundam:

exceptdissent:

perf.

then what do you want us to say

nothing tbh

Have you ever considered NOT assuming women need your commentary on their bodies, and NOT assuming their self-esteem is centered around your judgment of their fuckability factor?

and perhaps if you do feel like complimenting her looks that maybe, just maybe you might want to consider not doing it by putting down other women

a simple “you look really nice today!” is inoffensive, hurts no one, and isn’t sexually charged. go ahead and say that next time you’re thinking of saying anything else to a person.

I was walking down the street in Kansas City a few months ago, and a guy walking past me said “I really like your outfit, it looks nice,” with a genuine smile. And then he kept on moving. I was completely stunned, because it’s so rare to get a real compliment from a stranger that makes me feel good, and this was one. I barely managed to tell him thanks before he was out of earshot.