Rayguns & Blue Bonnets

Suddenly KITTENS!!

megawackymax:

Believe it or not, here you have Bits & Bytes no.108… IN ENGLISH!!
A certain Assassin visits the restaurant for a nice lunch… but things might not turn the way he hoped.
You can also view it in IMGUR. Spread the word! :D

megawackymax:

Believe it or not, here you have Bits & Bytes no.108… IN ENGLISH!!

A certain Assassin visits the restaurant for a nice lunch… but things might not turn the way he hoped.

You can also view it in IMGUR. Spread the word! :D

joeartguy:

tomatogoatee:

joeartguy:

Sketched this while chatting with a friend about how his characters might look.
He has all these great ideas which he never trusts and almost never finishes. …

Isn’t the guy on the right Van Pelt from Jumanji?

That was the look my friend was thinking of when I was talking to him, and we had a discussion about what variations of that sort of very late Victorian safari outfit looked like.
Van Pelt’s outfit, for instance, looks much more like an Imperial Raj officer’s uniform, with its red cravat (and non-uniform as far as I can tell black shirt), lined cape, spiked helmet and calf-high riding boots — very much in keeping with his domineering, condescending character.
I thought this guy, on the other hand, should have more of an adventurer’s version, like Theodore Roosevelt used to wear when he went on safari: no cravat, low laced boots and puttees. I also wanted a heavy canvas shirt instead of a coat and a more square version of a pith helmet (like one I used to own); but that wasn’t really what my friend had in mind, so I changed it while I was chatting with him.
Probably any version of a guy with a big moustache, a pith helmet and a rifle is going to look like Van Pelt to people from now on. It’s the most iconic version of that Great White Hunter, and so everyone’s touchstone (including my friend’s).

joeartguy:

tomatogoatee:

joeartguy:

Sketched this while chatting with a friend about how his characters might look.

He has all these great ideas which he never trusts and almost never finishes. …

Isn’t the guy on the right Van Pelt from Jumanji?

That was the look my friend was thinking of when I was talking to him, and we had a discussion about what variations of that sort of very late Victorian safari outfit looked like.

Van Pelt’s outfit, for instance, looks much more like an Imperial Raj officer’s uniform, with its red cravat (and non-uniform as far as I can tell black shirt), lined cape, spiked helmet and calf-high riding boots — very much in keeping with his domineering, condescending character.

I thought this guy, on the other hand, should have more of an adventurer’s version, like Theodore Roosevelt used to wear when he went on safari: no cravat, low laced boots and puttees. I also wanted a heavy canvas shirt instead of a coat and a more square version of a pith helmet (like one I used to own); but that wasn’t really what my friend had in mind, so I changed it while I was chatting with him.

Probably any version of a guy with a big moustache, a pith helmet and a rifle is going to look like Van Pelt to people from now on. It’s the most iconic version of that Great White Hunter, and so everyone’s touchstone (including my friend’s).

(( gaming intensifies ))

(( gaming intensifies ))

Suddenly KITTENS!!!

Through a bizzare series of events, last night I ended up with a SWEET stray cat and her two kittens. Starved, both emotionally and physically, a pair of turkey franks took care of he latter, and an hour of cuddling the former. The Mom is affectionate and good natured, while her brood took about 30 seconds to adapt to their new surroundings, as there’s currently nothing in the living room that they haven’t scaled. Pics forthcoming.

anthonyholden:

Reblogging as a gif set.

You can see the animated video narrated by my son, Sawyer, on tumblr or facebook (whatever your preference is).

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Sharking Down…

doronjosama:

My friend joeartguy's cat, Beaker. She is super puffy!

doronjosama:

My friend joeartguy's cat, Beaker. She is super puffy!

Meanwhile, you’re complaining that imaginary women in comic books don’t resemble you…

Meanwhile, you’re complaining that imaginary women in comic books don’t resemble you…

(Source: apanelofanalysts, via deaddogsinspace)