More animal crossing inspired shibas! Annoying ink smudge on her ear ;-; #animalcrossing #acnl #shibainu #shiba
I don’t see myself getting tired of drawing these anytime soon… :) #animalcrossing #acnl #shibainu #shiba
If only there were shiba inu villagers in AC!
HEY GUYS here are my journal comics of my experience as a special guest at San Diego Comic-con 2013! I had an amazing trip! Co-starring my awesome boyfriend Tim (you can read his SDCC comics here). Cameos by Mark Siegel, Jeff Smith, Bernadette Baker-Baughman, Vera Brosgol, Neil Druckmann, Dan Santat, Dave Roman, Raina Telgemeier, Bryan Konietzko, Michael DiMartino, Giancarlo Volpe, John Green, Kazu Kibuishi and Joss Whedon!
Apologies to everyone I drew, and apologies to everyone I did not include (Tim’s comics filled in some of the gaps at least). :D Pls re-tumbl, I would love that!
EDIT: Edited so the larger comics are smaller, better for tumbler viewing! :)
The best line in the entire Final Fantasy franchise.
Final Fantasy VI, SNES.
Me in my current job (except I’m in a photography studio). G’f ha ha!
Men grow up expecting to be the hero of their own story. Women grow up expecting to be the supporting actress in somebody else’s. As a kid growing up with books and films and stories instead of friends, that was always the narrative injustice that upset me more than anything else. I felt it sometimes like a sharp pain under the ribcage, the kind of chest pain that lasts for minutes and hours and might be nothing at all or might mean you’re slowly dying of something mundane and awful. It’s a feeling that hit when I understood how few girls got to go on adventures. I started reading science fiction and fantasy long before Harry Potter and The Hunger Games, before mainstream female leads very occasionally got more at the end of the story than together with the protagonist. Sure, there were tomboys and bad girls, but they were freaks and were usually killed off or married off quickly. Lady hobbits didn’t bring the ring to Mordor. They stayed at home in the shire.
Stories matter. Stories are how we make sense of the world, which doesn’t mean that those stories can’t be stupid and simplistic and full of lies. Stories can exaggerate and offend and they always, always matter.
Laurie Penny, from I Was a Manic Pixie Dream Girl here. (via hellyeahscarleteen)
"I didn’t and don’t want to be a ‘feminine’ version or a diluted version or a special version or subsidary version or an ancillary version or an adapted version of the heroes I admire. I want to be the heroes themselves." — Joanna Russ.
sometimes i like to draw my cats as food and i am not sorry.