joshuasantospirito:

Sleuth: The Delegation Joshua Santospirito
it would seem that sometime in the last 250 years the fire-farming just stopped. The humans no longer see themselves in the landscape, and consequently they no longer care for the trees, the dirt, the spirit. Now the giants have awoken. These strange and large visitors have come to Canberra to discuss a situation: Australian spirituality is all over the shop! The continent’s psyche appears to be diversifying … this mightn’t be such a good thing.
I don’t reckon this is such a good thing.  And where is Amos? Is he always late for every meeting!!
Sleuth is an ongoing series that begins with exhibitions, comics and other crosses into other multimedia. It explores what is happening with the Aussie psyche and soul, a nebulous and amorphous thing.
 Joshua Santospirito is an illustrator, musician and multimedia artist who lives in Hobart, Tasmania. His main artistic obsessions revolve around language, anthropology, culture and psychology. His main works in comics have been his very rambling Sleuth series, and the award winning graphic novel The Long Weekend in Alice Springs which he published in 2013 through Sankessto Publications.
joshuasantospiritoart.comsankessto.com


Great stuff from Josh. joshuasantospirito:

Sleuth: The Delegation Joshua Santospirito
it would seem that sometime in the last 250 years the fire-farming just stopped. The humans no longer see themselves in the landscape, and consequently they no longer care for the trees, the dirt, the spirit. Now the giants have awoken. These strange and large visitors have come to Canberra to discuss a situation: Australian spirituality is all over the shop! The continent’s psyche appears to be diversifying … this mightn’t be such a good thing.
I don’t reckon this is such a good thing.  And where is Amos? Is he always late for every meeting!!
Sleuth is an ongoing series that begins with exhibitions, comics and other crosses into other multimedia. It explores what is happening with the Aussie psyche and soul, a nebulous and amorphous thing.
 Joshua Santospirito is an illustrator, musician and multimedia artist who lives in Hobart, Tasmania. His main artistic obsessions revolve around language, anthropology, culture and psychology. His main works in comics have been his very rambling Sleuth series, and the award winning graphic novel The Long Weekend in Alice Springs which he published in 2013 through Sankessto Publications.
joshuasantospiritoart.comsankessto.com


Great stuff from Josh. joshuasantospirito:

Sleuth: The Delegation Joshua Santospirito
it would seem that sometime in the last 250 years the fire-farming just stopped. The humans no longer see themselves in the landscape, and consequently they no longer care for the trees, the dirt, the spirit. Now the giants have awoken. These strange and large visitors have come to Canberra to discuss a situation: Australian spirituality is all over the shop! The continent’s psyche appears to be diversifying … this mightn’t be such a good thing.
I don’t reckon this is such a good thing.  And where is Amos? Is he always late for every meeting!!
Sleuth is an ongoing series that begins with exhibitions, comics and other crosses into other multimedia. It explores what is happening with the Aussie psyche and soul, a nebulous and amorphous thing.
 Joshua Santospirito is an illustrator, musician and multimedia artist who lives in Hobart, Tasmania. His main artistic obsessions revolve around language, anthropology, culture and psychology. His main works in comics have been his very rambling Sleuth series, and the award winning graphic novel The Long Weekend in Alice Springs which he published in 2013 through Sankessto Publications.
joshuasantospiritoart.comsankessto.com


Great stuff from Josh. joshuasantospirito:

Sleuth: The Delegation Joshua Santospirito
it would seem that sometime in the last 250 years the fire-farming just stopped. The humans no longer see themselves in the landscape, and consequently they no longer care for the trees, the dirt, the spirit. Now the giants have awoken. These strange and large visitors have come to Canberra to discuss a situation: Australian spirituality is all over the shop! The continent’s psyche appears to be diversifying … this mightn’t be such a good thing.
I don’t reckon this is such a good thing.  And where is Amos? Is he always late for every meeting!!
Sleuth is an ongoing series that begins with exhibitions, comics and other crosses into other multimedia. It explores what is happening with the Aussie psyche and soul, a nebulous and amorphous thing.
 Joshua Santospirito is an illustrator, musician and multimedia artist who lives in Hobart, Tasmania. His main artistic obsessions revolve around language, anthropology, culture and psychology. His main works in comics have been his very rambling Sleuth series, and the award winning graphic novel The Long Weekend in Alice Springs which he published in 2013 through Sankessto Publications.
joshuasantospiritoart.comsankessto.com


Great stuff from Josh. joshuasantospirito:

Sleuth: The Delegation Joshua Santospirito
it would seem that sometime in the last 250 years the fire-farming just stopped. The humans no longer see themselves in the landscape, and consequently they no longer care for the trees, the dirt, the spirit. Now the giants have awoken. These strange and large visitors have come to Canberra to discuss a situation: Australian spirituality is all over the shop! The continent’s psyche appears to be diversifying … this mightn’t be such a good thing.
I don’t reckon this is such a good thing.  And where is Amos? Is he always late for every meeting!!
Sleuth is an ongoing series that begins with exhibitions, comics and other crosses into other multimedia. It explores what is happening with the Aussie psyche and soul, a nebulous and amorphous thing.
 Joshua Santospirito is an illustrator, musician and multimedia artist who lives in Hobart, Tasmania. His main artistic obsessions revolve around language, anthropology, culture and psychology. His main works in comics have been his very rambling Sleuth series, and the award winning graphic novel The Long Weekend in Alice Springs which he published in 2013 through Sankessto Publications.
joshuasantospiritoart.comsankessto.com


Great stuff from Josh. joshuasantospirito:

Sleuth: The Delegation Joshua Santospirito
it would seem that sometime in the last 250 years the fire-farming just stopped. The humans no longer see themselves in the landscape, and consequently they no longer care for the trees, the dirt, the spirit. Now the giants have awoken. These strange and large visitors have come to Canberra to discuss a situation: Australian spirituality is all over the shop! The continent’s psyche appears to be diversifying … this mightn’t be such a good thing.
I don’t reckon this is such a good thing.  And where is Amos? Is he always late for every meeting!!
Sleuth is an ongoing series that begins with exhibitions, comics and other crosses into other multimedia. It explores what is happening with the Aussie psyche and soul, a nebulous and amorphous thing.
 Joshua Santospirito is an illustrator, musician and multimedia artist who lives in Hobart, Tasmania. His main artistic obsessions revolve around language, anthropology, culture and psychology. His main works in comics have been his very rambling Sleuth series, and the award winning graphic novel The Long Weekend in Alice Springs which he published in 2013 through Sankessto Publications.
joshuasantospiritoart.comsankessto.com


Great stuff from Josh. joshuasantospirito:

Sleuth: The Delegation Joshua Santospirito
it would seem that sometime in the last 250 years the fire-farming just stopped. The humans no longer see themselves in the landscape, and consequently they no longer care for the trees, the dirt, the spirit. Now the giants have awoken. These strange and large visitors have come to Canberra to discuss a situation: Australian spirituality is all over the shop! The continent’s psyche appears to be diversifying … this mightn’t be such a good thing.
I don’t reckon this is such a good thing.  And where is Amos? Is he always late for every meeting!!
Sleuth is an ongoing series that begins with exhibitions, comics and other crosses into other multimedia. It explores what is happening with the Aussie psyche and soul, a nebulous and amorphous thing.
 Joshua Santospirito is an illustrator, musician and multimedia artist who lives in Hobart, Tasmania. His main artistic obsessions revolve around language, anthropology, culture and psychology. His main works in comics have been his very rambling Sleuth series, and the award winning graphic novel The Long Weekend in Alice Springs which he published in 2013 through Sankessto Publications.
joshuasantospiritoart.comsankessto.com


Great stuff from Josh. joshuasantospirito:

Sleuth: The Delegation Joshua Santospirito
it would seem that sometime in the last 250 years the fire-farming just stopped. The humans no longer see themselves in the landscape, and consequently they no longer care for the trees, the dirt, the spirit. Now the giants have awoken. These strange and large visitors have come to Canberra to discuss a situation: Australian spirituality is all over the shop! The continent’s psyche appears to be diversifying … this mightn’t be such a good thing.
I don’t reckon this is such a good thing.  And where is Amos? Is he always late for every meeting!!
Sleuth is an ongoing series that begins with exhibitions, comics and other crosses into other multimedia. It explores what is happening with the Aussie psyche and soul, a nebulous and amorphous thing.
 Joshua Santospirito is an illustrator, musician and multimedia artist who lives in Hobart, Tasmania. His main artistic obsessions revolve around language, anthropology, culture and psychology. His main works in comics have been his very rambling Sleuth series, and the award winning graphic novel The Long Weekend in Alice Springs which he published in 2013 through Sankessto Publications.
joshuasantospiritoart.comsankessto.com


Great stuff from Josh. joshuasantospirito:

Sleuth: The Delegation Joshua Santospirito
it would seem that sometime in the last 250 years the fire-farming just stopped. The humans no longer see themselves in the landscape, and consequently they no longer care for the trees, the dirt, the spirit. Now the giants have awoken. These strange and large visitors have come to Canberra to discuss a situation: Australian spirituality is all over the shop! The continent’s psyche appears to be diversifying … this mightn’t be such a good thing.
I don’t reckon this is such a good thing.  And where is Amos? Is he always late for every meeting!!
Sleuth is an ongoing series that begins with exhibitions, comics and other crosses into other multimedia. It explores what is happening with the Aussie psyche and soul, a nebulous and amorphous thing.
 Joshua Santospirito is an illustrator, musician and multimedia artist who lives in Hobart, Tasmania. His main artistic obsessions revolve around language, anthropology, culture and psychology. His main works in comics have been his very rambling Sleuth series, and the award winning graphic novel The Long Weekend in Alice Springs which he published in 2013 through Sankessto Publications.
joshuasantospiritoart.comsankessto.com


Great stuff from Josh. joshuasantospirito:

Sleuth: The Delegation Joshua Santospirito
it would seem that sometime in the last 250 years the fire-farming just stopped. The humans no longer see themselves in the landscape, and consequently they no longer care for the trees, the dirt, the spirit. Now the giants have awoken. These strange and large visitors have come to Canberra to discuss a situation: Australian spirituality is all over the shop! The continent’s psyche appears to be diversifying … this mightn’t be such a good thing.
I don’t reckon this is such a good thing.  And where is Amos? Is he always late for every meeting!!
Sleuth is an ongoing series that begins with exhibitions, comics and other crosses into other multimedia. It explores what is happening with the Aussie psyche and soul, a nebulous and amorphous thing.
 Joshua Santospirito is an illustrator, musician and multimedia artist who lives in Hobart, Tasmania. His main artistic obsessions revolve around language, anthropology, culture and psychology. His main works in comics have been his very rambling Sleuth series, and the award winning graphic novel The Long Weekend in Alice Springs which he published in 2013 through Sankessto Publications.
joshuasantospiritoart.comsankessto.com


Great stuff from Josh.

joshuasantospirito:

Sleuth: The Delegation
Joshua Santospirito

it would seem that sometime in the last 250 years the fire-farming just stopped. The humans no longer see themselves in the landscape, and consequently they no longer care for the trees, the dirt, the spirit. Now the giants have awoken. These strange and large visitors have come to Canberra to discuss a situation: Australian spirituality is all over the shop! The continent’s psyche appears to be diversifying … this mightn’t be such a good thing.

I don’t reckon this is such a good thing.
And where is Amos? Is he always late for every meeting!!

Sleuth is an ongoing series that begins with exhibitions, comics and other crosses into other multimedia. It explores what is happening with the Aussie psyche and soul, a nebulous and amorphous thing.


Joshua Santospirito is an illustrator, musician and multimedia artist who lives in Hobart, Tasmania. His main artistic obsessions revolve around language, anthropology, culture and psychology. His main works in comics have been his very rambling Sleuth series, and the award winning graphic novel The Long Weekend in Alice Springs which he published in 2013 through Sankessto Publications.

joshuasantospiritoart.com
sankessto.com

Great stuff from Josh.

(via pikitiapress)

jaseharper:

There’s two places you can buy my work on line now.
Milk Shadow books for some of my comic collections and anthologies I’ve appeared in.
Milk Shadow Books
and my etsy store for my hand made comics and prints.
Etsy/stuffbyjase jaseharper:

There’s two places you can buy my work on line now.
Milk Shadow books for some of my comic collections and anthologies I’ve appeared in.
Milk Shadow Books
and my etsy store for my hand made comics and prints.
Etsy/stuffbyjase

jaseharper:

There’s two places you can buy my work on line now.

Milk Shadow books for some of my comic collections and anthologies I’ve appeared in.

Milk Shadow Books

and my etsy store for my hand made comics and prints.

Etsy/stuffbyjase

(via milkshadowbooks)

queeniechan:

  • This post is part of a on-going series called “Being a Professional Manga Artist in the West”. The first post is here.
  • You can buy my “Queenie Chan: Short Stories 2000-2010” collection as a USD$2.99 PDF (plus EPUB, DRM-free). Get it from Smashwords!

Part 1:…

davidmahlercomics:

Stoked for the Zine Fair tomorrow. Coracle 4 lookin’ Fresh. See you all there!
I’m going to have the three new books, these Coracle 1-3 reprints as well as older stuff like Deep Park. Exciteeed, and more pics on the event page (that link up there ^) davidmahlercomics:

Stoked for the Zine Fair tomorrow. Coracle 4 lookin’ Fresh. See you all there!
I’m going to have the three new books, these Coracle 1-3 reprints as well as older stuff like Deep Park. Exciteeed, and more pics on the event page (that link up there ^)

davidmahlercomics:

Stoked for the Zine Fair tomorrow. Coracle 4 lookin’ Fresh. See you all there!

I’m going to have the three new books, these Coracle 1-3 reprints as well as older stuff like Deep Park. Exciteeed, and more pics on the event page (that link up there ^)

paulmasoncomics:

http://www.blackboox.net/strange-tales-1/
Part 2 of 3 from ‘The Soldier Legacy’s Strange Tales #1’.
I recall this being produced on a crazy “no sleep” deadline. Literally, 4-5 hours a night for 2 weeks, along with finishing ‘Soldier Legacy #4’, Breakdown guides for ‘Dark Detective: Sherlock Holmes #8’ and ‘the Soldier Legacy’ TPB volume 1. I couldn’t NOT do it, as it would have affected someone else’s book, and I wasn’t keen on that. Plus, it was my first invite and guest spot to a convention ever (Melbourne and Gold Coast 2012) and needed the new books for it. Truth be told, I’ll never pump stuff out this quickly again, as I wasn’t thrilled with the result. But, tried to make up for it in Part 3. A fun story, and look forward to doing more with this iteration of ‘The Soldier’.
Anyways…
Want the book? Click the link ;D Cheers! paulmasoncomics:

http://www.blackboox.net/strange-tales-1/
Part 2 of 3 from ‘The Soldier Legacy’s Strange Tales #1’.
I recall this being produced on a crazy “no sleep” deadline. Literally, 4-5 hours a night for 2 weeks, along with finishing ‘Soldier Legacy #4’, Breakdown guides for ‘Dark Detective: Sherlock Holmes #8’ and ‘the Soldier Legacy’ TPB volume 1. I couldn’t NOT do it, as it would have affected someone else’s book, and I wasn’t keen on that. Plus, it was my first invite and guest spot to a convention ever (Melbourne and Gold Coast 2012) and needed the new books for it. Truth be told, I’ll never pump stuff out this quickly again, as I wasn’t thrilled with the result. But, tried to make up for it in Part 3. A fun story, and look forward to doing more with this iteration of ‘The Soldier’.
Anyways…
Want the book? Click the link ;D Cheers! paulmasoncomics:

http://www.blackboox.net/strange-tales-1/
Part 2 of 3 from ‘The Soldier Legacy’s Strange Tales #1’.
I recall this being produced on a crazy “no sleep” deadline. Literally, 4-5 hours a night for 2 weeks, along with finishing ‘Soldier Legacy #4’, Breakdown guides for ‘Dark Detective: Sherlock Holmes #8’ and ‘the Soldier Legacy’ TPB volume 1. I couldn’t NOT do it, as it would have affected someone else’s book, and I wasn’t keen on that. Plus, it was my first invite and guest spot to a convention ever (Melbourne and Gold Coast 2012) and needed the new books for it. Truth be told, I’ll never pump stuff out this quickly again, as I wasn’t thrilled with the result. But, tried to make up for it in Part 3. A fun story, and look forward to doing more with this iteration of ‘The Soldier’.
Anyways…
Want the book? Click the link ;D Cheers! paulmasoncomics:

http://www.blackboox.net/strange-tales-1/
Part 2 of 3 from ‘The Soldier Legacy’s Strange Tales #1’.
I recall this being produced on a crazy “no sleep” deadline. Literally, 4-5 hours a night for 2 weeks, along with finishing ‘Soldier Legacy #4’, Breakdown guides for ‘Dark Detective: Sherlock Holmes #8’ and ‘the Soldier Legacy’ TPB volume 1. I couldn’t NOT do it, as it would have affected someone else’s book, and I wasn’t keen on that. Plus, it was my first invite and guest spot to a convention ever (Melbourne and Gold Coast 2012) and needed the new books for it. Truth be told, I’ll never pump stuff out this quickly again, as I wasn’t thrilled with the result. But, tried to make up for it in Part 3. A fun story, and look forward to doing more with this iteration of ‘The Soldier’.
Anyways…
Want the book? Click the link ;D Cheers! paulmasoncomics:

http://www.blackboox.net/strange-tales-1/
Part 2 of 3 from ‘The Soldier Legacy’s Strange Tales #1’.
I recall this being produced on a crazy “no sleep” deadline. Literally, 4-5 hours a night for 2 weeks, along with finishing ‘Soldier Legacy #4’, Breakdown guides for ‘Dark Detective: Sherlock Holmes #8’ and ‘the Soldier Legacy’ TPB volume 1. I couldn’t NOT do it, as it would have affected someone else’s book, and I wasn’t keen on that. Plus, it was my first invite and guest spot to a convention ever (Melbourne and Gold Coast 2012) and needed the new books for it. Truth be told, I’ll never pump stuff out this quickly again, as I wasn’t thrilled with the result. But, tried to make up for it in Part 3. A fun story, and look forward to doing more with this iteration of ‘The Soldier’.
Anyways…
Want the book? Click the link ;D Cheers! paulmasoncomics:

http://www.blackboox.net/strange-tales-1/
Part 2 of 3 from ‘The Soldier Legacy’s Strange Tales #1’.
I recall this being produced on a crazy “no sleep” deadline. Literally, 4-5 hours a night for 2 weeks, along with finishing ‘Soldier Legacy #4’, Breakdown guides for ‘Dark Detective: Sherlock Holmes #8’ and ‘the Soldier Legacy’ TPB volume 1. I couldn’t NOT do it, as it would have affected someone else’s book, and I wasn’t keen on that. Plus, it was my first invite and guest spot to a convention ever (Melbourne and Gold Coast 2012) and needed the new books for it. Truth be told, I’ll never pump stuff out this quickly again, as I wasn’t thrilled with the result. But, tried to make up for it in Part 3. A fun story, and look forward to doing more with this iteration of ‘The Soldier’.
Anyways…
Want the book? Click the link ;D Cheers! paulmasoncomics:

http://www.blackboox.net/strange-tales-1/
Part 2 of 3 from ‘The Soldier Legacy’s Strange Tales #1’.
I recall this being produced on a crazy “no sleep” deadline. Literally, 4-5 hours a night for 2 weeks, along with finishing ‘Soldier Legacy #4’, Breakdown guides for ‘Dark Detective: Sherlock Holmes #8’ and ‘the Soldier Legacy’ TPB volume 1. I couldn’t NOT do it, as it would have affected someone else’s book, and I wasn’t keen on that. Plus, it was my first invite and guest spot to a convention ever (Melbourne and Gold Coast 2012) and needed the new books for it. Truth be told, I’ll never pump stuff out this quickly again, as I wasn’t thrilled with the result. But, tried to make up for it in Part 3. A fun story, and look forward to doing more with this iteration of ‘The Soldier’.
Anyways…
Want the book? Click the link ;D Cheers!

paulmasoncomics:

http://www.blackboox.net/strange-tales-1/

Part 2 of 3 from ‘The Soldier Legacy’s Strange Tales #1’.

I recall this being produced on a crazy “no sleep” deadline. Literally, 4-5 hours a night for 2 weeks, along with finishing ‘Soldier Legacy #4’, Breakdown guides for ‘Dark Detective: Sherlock Holmes #8’ and ‘the Soldier Legacy’ TPB volume 1. I couldn’t NOT do it, as it would have affected someone else’s book, and I wasn’t keen on that. Plus, it was my first invite and guest spot to a convention ever (Melbourne and Gold Coast 2012) and needed the new books for it. Truth be told, I’ll never pump stuff out this quickly again, as I wasn’t thrilled with the result. But, tried to make up for it in Part 3. A fun story, and look forward to doing more with this iteration of ‘The Soldier’.

Anyways…

Want the book? Click the link ;D Cheers!

awcomix:

Page 01

I’ve started the lettering and shading phase of this comic that I started last year and I hope to return to and finish. I’m thinking of posting pages here as I go as an incentive. Fingers crossed!

frankencomics:

frankencomics:

Going to be in Melbourne this Sunday?

Because I’ve got a stall at the Sticky Institute Zine fair from 12-4 at the Melbourne Town Hall! I’ll be selling all my books, badges, stickers and everything else in between.

So come on down and say hi!

Reblogging because this is happening tomorrow! I’ll be there with bells on!

(via milkshadowbooks)

penerasespaper:

click the image above to go to the comic i’ve been working on the last coupe of months.

Good stuff.

(via benjuers)

ajadeart:

comicsladies:

This blog is to celebrate Australian ladies doing comics - if you’re one of us, and not on this list, or we’re missing your tumblr especially, LET US KNOW! We’ll be reblogging!

If you know of a lady in Aus making comics drop us a line and we’ll add her to the list! This list is always under…

Woooo! Reordered the ladies in comics list so it’s easier to see who might be in your state (and to make it easier for me to see where to concentrate) and whoa so many ladies in NSW/VIC.

I also added a couple of new names and decided not to limit the list to those who have websites - if a comicer doesn’t have a website dedicated to them it’ll just be their name.

Happy Comics!

I may be able to make this!

pikitiapress:

Examples of the lithe cartooning of George Molnar. Molnar immigrated from Romania to Australia in the 1930’s. In 1945 acting Prime Minister Ben Chifley criticised Molnar’s background as an immigrant after Molnar satirised the House of Representatives in a newspaper cartoon.

These are lovely. pikitiapress:

Examples of the lithe cartooning of George Molnar. Molnar immigrated from Romania to Australia in the 1930’s. In 1945 acting Prime Minister Ben Chifley criticised Molnar’s background as an immigrant after Molnar satirised the House of Representatives in a newspaper cartoon.

These are lovely. pikitiapress:

Examples of the lithe cartooning of George Molnar. Molnar immigrated from Romania to Australia in the 1930’s. In 1945 acting Prime Minister Ben Chifley criticised Molnar’s background as an immigrant after Molnar satirised the House of Representatives in a newspaper cartoon.

These are lovely. pikitiapress:

Examples of the lithe cartooning of George Molnar. Molnar immigrated from Romania to Australia in the 1930’s. In 1945 acting Prime Minister Ben Chifley criticised Molnar’s background as an immigrant after Molnar satirised the House of Representatives in a newspaper cartoon.

These are lovely. pikitiapress:

Examples of the lithe cartooning of George Molnar. Molnar immigrated from Romania to Australia in the 1930’s. In 1945 acting Prime Minister Ben Chifley criticised Molnar’s background as an immigrant after Molnar satirised the House of Representatives in a newspaper cartoon.

These are lovely. pikitiapress:

Examples of the lithe cartooning of George Molnar. Molnar immigrated from Romania to Australia in the 1930’s. In 1945 acting Prime Minister Ben Chifley criticised Molnar’s background as an immigrant after Molnar satirised the House of Representatives in a newspaper cartoon.

These are lovely.

pikitiapress:

Examples of the lithe cartooning of George Molnar. Molnar immigrated from Romania to Australia in the 1930’s. In 1945 acting Prime Minister Ben Chifley criticised Molnar’s background as an immigrant after Molnar satirised the House of Representatives in a newspaper cartoon.

These are lovely.

queeniechan:

Last week, I posted up a Table of Contents for “The Dreaming”, a series I’ll be running until March (on DeviantArt). This week, I saw goodbye to drawing traditional manga, at least for a long while.

Here is the collected edition of all my best short manga stories in…

ajadeart:

mamath:

beabravo:

Some friends of mine have spoken on a podcast called Sci-Fi and Squeam which is a part of Joy.org.au, a LGBTIQ friendly radio station. They all talked about being in Australia and what it’s like to be a comic creator here as well as what it’s like being a writer. Really good talk and the best…

YEAH I WAS ON THIS PODCAST AND I TALKED AND BEA PUT TOGETHER THIS GREAT LIST OF LINKS

THANKYOU BEA

YOU’RE FABULOUS

ARG Bea you are amazing!

Links to the podcast I was on with a bunch of fabulous other ladies!

Sounds good.

nealeb:

I’m tired of whinny cartoonists who keep telling us they don’t cartoon any more and are martyrs nealeb:

I’m tired of whinny cartoonists who keep telling us they don’t cartoon any more and are martyrs nealeb:

I’m tired of whinny cartoonists who keep telling us they don’t cartoon any more and are martyrs nealeb:

I’m tired of whinny cartoonists who keep telling us they don’t cartoon any more and are martyrs

nealeb:

I’m tired of whinny cartoonists who keep telling us they don’t cartoon any more and are martyrs