Life in the shadow of a nerd.
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wolfhard:

My favourite thing about being a cartoonist is that I can draw anything. As an example I drew the hardest things I could think of, a spiral staircase, a bike, and a horse. Like, that staircase is real hinky but I bet it could work if I drew someone walking down it.
I saw this knowing that there are obviously levels, like, there’s Jillian Tamaki who is a remarkable cartoonist but also makes work like this, which is absolutely incredible and beautiful and inspiring.
Haha but still I think that anyone who’s smart, creative and funny can be a cartoonist. I think that’s neat. I think … that cartooning … might … be … easy.
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bicyclestore:

The Spring Classic’s are a series of prestigious cycling races held each year within France, Belgium and the Netherlands. Dating back from as long ago as 1896, the races can be gruelling, long and very tough.  Steep climbs, 200 plus kilometer routes and infamous cobbled stones are among the elements the riders’ have to battle through to gain first place in these ‘monuments’ of the cycling calander.  
Here are five prints, all available in the Neil Stevens Print Shop here.
They are produced in two sizes. A3 (420 x 297 mm) and Large (500 x 700 mm). 
bicyclestore:

The Spring Classic’s are a series of prestigious cycling races held each year within France, Belgium and the Netherlands. Dating back from as long ago as 1896, the races can be gruelling, long and very tough.  Steep climbs, 200 plus kilometer routes and infamous cobbled stones are among the elements the riders’ have to battle through to gain first place in these ‘monuments’ of the cycling calander.  
Here are five prints, all available in the Neil Stevens Print Shop here.
They are produced in two sizes. A3 (420 x 297 mm) and Large (500 x 700 mm). 
bicyclestore:

The Spring Classic’s are a series of prestigious cycling races held each year within France, Belgium and the Netherlands. Dating back from as long ago as 1896, the races can be gruelling, long and very tough.  Steep climbs, 200 plus kilometer routes and infamous cobbled stones are among the elements the riders’ have to battle through to gain first place in these ‘monuments’ of the cycling calander.  
Here are five prints, all available in the Neil Stevens Print Shop here.
They are produced in two sizes. A3 (420 x 297 mm) and Large (500 x 700 mm). 
bicyclestore:

The Spring Classic’s are a series of prestigious cycling races held each year within France, Belgium and the Netherlands. Dating back from as long ago as 1896, the races can be gruelling, long and very tough.  Steep climbs, 200 plus kilometer routes and infamous cobbled stones are among the elements the riders’ have to battle through to gain first place in these ‘monuments’ of the cycling calander.  
Here are five prints, all available in the Neil Stevens Print Shop here.
They are produced in two sizes. A3 (420 x 297 mm) and Large (500 x 700 mm). 
bicyclestore:

The Spring Classic’s are a series of prestigious cycling races held each year within France, Belgium and the Netherlands. Dating back from as long ago as 1896, the races can be gruelling, long and very tough.  Steep climbs, 200 plus kilometer routes and infamous cobbled stones are among the elements the riders’ have to battle through to gain first place in these ‘monuments’ of the cycling calander.  
Here are five prints, all available in the Neil Stevens Print Shop here.
They are produced in two sizes. A3 (420 x 297 mm) and Large (500 x 700 mm). 
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70sscifiart:

Mike Hinge
70sscifiart:

Mike Hinge
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doubleicebackfire:

Researches for some project with my talented friend Thomas Rouzière.
I don’t know where we are going to, but I’m sure it’ll be a nice trip.
doubleicebackfire:

Researches for some project with my talented friend Thomas Rouzière.
I don’t know where we are going to, but I’m sure it’ll be a nice trip.
doubleicebackfire:

Researches for some project with my talented friend Thomas Rouzière.
I don’t know where we are going to, but I’m sure it’ll be a nice trip.
doubleicebackfire:

Researches for some project with my talented friend Thomas Rouzière.
I don’t know where we are going to, but I’m sure it’ll be a nice trip.
doubleicebackfire:

Researches for some project with my talented friend Thomas Rouzière.
I don’t know where we are going to, but I’m sure it’ll be a nice trip.
doubleicebackfire:

Researches for some project with my talented friend Thomas Rouzière.
I don’t know where we are going to, but I’m sure it’ll be a nice trip.
doubleicebackfire:

Researches for some project with my talented friend Thomas Rouzière.
I don’t know where we are going to, but I’m sure it’ll be a nice trip.
doubleicebackfire:

Researches for some project with my talented friend Thomas Rouzière.
I don’t know where we are going to, but I’m sure it’ll be a nice trip.
doubleicebackfire:

Researches for some project with my talented friend Thomas Rouzière.
I don’t know where we are going to, but I’m sure it’ll be a nice trip.
doubleicebackfire:

Researches for some project with my talented friend Thomas Rouzière.
I don’t know where we are going to, but I’m sure it’ll be a nice trip.
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nameloss:

this again
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PixelJointTop Pixel Art — February 2014
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eusong:

her house.
eusong:

her house.
eusong:

her house.
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therealmikeholmes:

Issue 20 of Bravest Warriors will be my last issue as series artist - I’m moving on to different and cool projects, some of which are my own! There will be announcements in the very near future about those.
It’s sad, because I loved working on this book and coming up with brand new alien planets and creatures every month. But I’m so glad I got to work with Joey Comeau for the first 12 issues - he really hit a lot of emotional bulls-eyes with these characters and he really got weird with the stories. Also Breehn Burns and Jason Johnson, the team from the actual show, have written scripts that are crazy and hilarious AND are canonical to the show (issues 18-20 tie DIRECTLY to the show’s mythology!). And of course the fill-ins written by Eric Esquivel & Tessa Stone were terrific. Not to mention the awesome colors provided by Lisa Moore & Zack Sterling, and the letters by Steve Wands, and my awesome editor Shannon Watters.
Plus! Ian McGinty is taking over for me as artist, and I love that guy and his art!
Thanks so much to everyone who’s been reading, I can’t wait to tell you what’s coming up next!
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tinycartridge:

Here’s where you can preorder Nendoroid Link ⊟
I felt like looking at that picture of Good Smile’s Nendoroid Link – uh, I mean, performing a service for our readers – so I decided to round up some preorder Link links, for the wonderful Wind Waker figure due to ship this August.
Note! None of the quoted prices include shipping, as… I don’t know where y’all live.
NCSX: $43.90
AmiAmi: 3250 yen ($31.74)
HLJ: 3519 yen ($34.39)
Good Smile Online: 4000 yen ($39.06)
J-List: $48.50
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