- Kel McDonald - Organizer & Editor - The Girl Who Married a Lion
- Faith Erin Hicks - The Pretty Stranger who Killed the King
- Jose Pimenta - Anasi Tries to Steal all Wisdom
- Mary Cagle - The Lion’s Whiskers
- Shazzbaa - Gratitude
- Kate Ashwin - The Story of Lightening and Thunder
- Nicole Chartrand - The Disobedient Daughter who Married a Skull
- Meredith McClaren - Concerning the Hawk and the Owl
- Jarret Williams - Why Turtles Live in the Water
- Nina Matsumoto & Cameron Morris - Isis and the Name of Ra
- Chris Schweiser - The Jackal and the Wolf
- Becky Dreistadt - Cover Painting
- Taneka Stotts - Editor & Proofreader
I am so happy to say I’m part of this book with such a stellar list of artists and writers.
Amazing news coming soon that is gonna make every supporter SUPER HAPPY they jumped in already ^___^
Talia * 28 * geek * gamer* feminist * perverted porn peddling artist & connoisseur * writer *
I don't remember the origin of the term "starfish butthole", but my design professor in college used it to refer to really bad work we put on the walls for critique.
Thus, this is my really bad work. And some not-so-bad WIPs that might look pretty later on. And things that inspire me, like awesome illustrations, music, and graphic design work. And geeky things like World of Warcraft and various animes I'm in to. And porn. Lots of that probably. And ranting. And other randomcity I see fit to toss up BECAUSE I DO WHAT I WANT.
WARNING: I like sexy things of all kinds so beware of occasional NSFWish goodies!
For men and women that are known for working rough, the folks lined up in Kristafer Anka’s works certainly look slick, decked out in thoughtfully designed new costumes, shaded warmly, looking haute and heroic simultaneously.
For Old Time’s Snake
The tale of a pregnant woman who confronts a basilisk she defeated in her adventurous youth.
My final project from last spring, colored it over the summer :D I wanted to fix/add a few more things but I’ve been drawing far too many important cubes and eyres this quarter and probably won’t have time.
Sssstiiill sorting out how to color the cover though. If you’ve got any ideas speak up D: I’d appreciate it.
These are the first ten comics in a zero-effort, wrote-itself story about my D&D group. Somehow the response I got to this was better than the response I get to 90% of the things I put a lot of effort into. Obviously, this is the precursor to the style you see in the previous comic.
If you like these, you will be pleased to know that I am collaborating with a very talented artist to bring you more of this style of comic. Don’t worry, the effortless shitty lineart will still be featured, but the fantasy sequences will be stellar.
more of this please
For my non-tabletop followers; this is exactly how this shit goes.
The story of Bedtime.
Dero was telling us last night that orcs stomp their feet when they get frustrated or angry. In orc society, little orcs learn to stamp their feetsies and throw tantrums and this continues to be a habit as they grow up. He cited a Warcraft novel (doesn’t remember which; he doesn’t remember shit) where Thrall watches a full grown orc stomp his feet when he didn’t get what he wanted. Thrall had to resist scolding him like the little titty baby he is.
As he was telling us this, this comic came to mind. My orc Gezznodogg finds himself the adopted father of two full grown orc twins.
This is parenting at it’s finest
Edit: An anon gave us the name of the book: Cycle of Hatred by David deCandido! Thanks again!.
Rifa is the only woman in a house full of animals and she’s feeling it.
This is adorable and totally canon. I remember reading it in Cycle of Hatred and being just as amused/derisive as Thrall. Also from what I remember Cycle of Hatred was a pretty good book.
I…I dunno… I don’t know anymore.
I have a new favorite blog.