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Jul 22 '14

spires:

Urban outfitters is ripping me off with the help of a party named ‘Bambam’. This is taken from my original work tryypyzoyd. I’m furious. PLEASE SHARE TO HELP.
http://www.urbanoutfitters.com/urban/catalog/productdetail.jsp?id=30672646&parentid=BRANDS

I will respond in the post to any inquiries: I emailed them and I’m waiting to hear back.

Thanks so much to anyone who reblogs this post. I will follow you if you reblog.

Jul 22 '14
sleepingfoxstudios:

"Moonbeam vs. Cyclops"
-inks by Nick Sweet     - colors by Vanessa Sweet
Havin’ fun.

WE MERD A TING!

sleepingfoxstudios:

"Moonbeam vs. Cyclops"

-inks by Nick Sweet     - colors by Vanessa Sweet

Havin’ fun.

WE MERD A TING!

Jul 13 '14

boycheck:

your-average-homestuck:

This is how me and my family are living these months.

My mom has a great job but doesn’t make enough to support all five of us. She’s working extra hours but it isn’t enough and with school starting for my brothers and them needing over priced uniforms, we’ve all reached the end of our rope.

On top of this, my mom also has diabetes and sometimes has trouble getting the money for her medication. And as people who have/are dealing with this kind of disease you know that everything is so much more harder for her. When she gets a paper cut it can last a month and when she gets caught in the rain, she is guaranteed to get sick and as she says so many times “[she] cannot afford to get sick”.

Right now we are trying to move from this house into a smaller, more affordable one but the chances of that happening anytime soon are dwindling. In addition to this, my mom wants to visit our sick grandfather in New York who has multiple myeloma. If anyone who has heard of this would know that it affects your organs and there is no cure for it. We are all hoping for one last visit before he passes on.

I’m asking that you please help us. I don’t like this life for my brothers who have to wonder if it was okay that they are ramen for breakfast or that my mother can’t see her father one last time. Anything and everything you donate will be used to help my brothers and mother have an easier more enjoyable life.

I have set up a fundraiser and a paypal on my blog. Again, anything and everything you can spare will be much appreciated and if you cannot donate, please share this so that it gets around.

SIGNAL BOOST THIS PLEASE

Jul 10 '14
Jul 10 '14
just press play
Jul 8 '14
My husband has a webcomic! Updates weekly! Hoorah Animal City!

My husband has a webcomic! Updates weekly! Hoorah Animal City!

Jul 7 '14
Here, have a sketch. Testing out colors. Nic chose Green and Yellow. Dreaming about the tropics.

Here, have a sketch. Testing out colors. Nic chose Green and Yellow. Dreaming about the tropics.

Jul 6 '14
MORE BLACK SUPERHEROES. MORE AWESOME FEMALE CHARACTERS/SUPERHEROES. ALL THE THINGS. The end.

MORE BLACK SUPERHEROES. MORE AWESOME FEMALE CHARACTERS/SUPERHEROES. ALL THE THINGS. The end.

Jul 5 '14
sleepingfoxstudios:

Wow, time sure does fly! Come and Join us again, July 19th and 26th at the Loussac Library from some FREE figure drawing!   Thanks to all those who stuck with us during the June renovations. We’ll be back in the Innovation Lab by the 19th!

sleepingfoxstudios:

Wow, time sure does fly! Come and Join us again, July 19th and 26th at the Loussac Library from some FREE figure drawing!   Thanks to all those who stuck with us during the June renovations. We’ll be back in the Innovation Lab by the 19th!

Jun 13 '14

adorablyrotten:

starberry-cupcake:

Despite the surge in female protagonists in film and TV, the truth is women made up only 16% of employees on the top 250 films in 2013. Despite the depressing numbers, women are still making their mark. 

Carrie Tupper wrote a fantastic two-part article on The Mary Sue called The History of Women in Animation (which you can read here and here) and I illustrated here some of the amazing ladies mentioned there. 

This reminds me of when I went to ATVfest at SCAD, specifically the Cartoon Network/Frederator Studios panel, Fred Seibert said how happy he was to see so many women and people of color there. He said that up until somewhat recently, the animation industry consisted primarily of white men, and he was so glad to see that it’s now becoming so much more diverse. If there’s one thing I’m sure about is that in the years to come, even more people of different genders and backgrounds will become part of the industry!

THIS. ALWAYS AND FOREVER THIS.