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wafflecrossing asked: "Your artwork is so cute??!?!"

Thank you!!!!?? Ahaha


WOW HI YES SOMETIMES I DO ART ha ha ww
These are the three babbies that need to move into my town for it to be perf. IMO.

WOW HI YES SOMETIMES I DO ART ha ha ww

These are the three babbies that need to move into my town for it to be perf. IMO.


caseymalone:

I spent the weekend processing this news, which mostly meant sitting around, avoiding thinking about it, and then writing this out. It’s been sitting in my drafts, and now that the news of his passing has spread it felt appropriate to post it. My friend Ryan Davis.
I got a text from John Drake at 2PM on the 4th of July asking if I was awake. It was the middle of the afternoon, which made it a weird thing to ask, but a couple more texts revealed something was up and John needed to call and talk to me. A few minutes later I learned that our friend, Ryan Davis - someone whose wedding we had attended so recently that we were still a little jet-lagged from the return trip - had died suddenly.
I had the chance to actually hang out with Ryan in person fewer times than I have fingers and toes, but his absence is already felt because, of all things, Twitter. We became friends over Twitter - through a shared sense of humor, and through his personal appreciation for breaking my balls, and encouraging our mutual friends (my girlfriend Hannah chief among them) do the same.
Here’s a thing - at their wedding reception, Ryan and Anna made the rounds, and when they reached The Boston table they asked me to pay close attention to the place-card listing the guests seated there. Every other name was listed alphabetically, but mine was out of order. They had VERY SPECIFICALLY put it last on the list, and took a moment out of their big day to make sure I saw it. This is what I’m talking about.
My normal reaction when someone is giving me a hard time is to roll my eyes and write that person off. But with Ryan, it didn’t bother me*, instead something about the guy made me want his approval. Some chemistry of his personality and humor triggered a different response in me and I very badly wanted Ryan to be impressed with me. I certainly wasn’t close enough to him to think of as a big brother, and I never had a big brother, but “little brotherly” is the only way I was ever able to describe this impulse. He’d let me past the prickly goofs at my expense often enough to know I was one of his friends, and if there was anything Ryan loved, it was his god damn friends. 
The last real-life moment I had with Ryan was him grabbing me and Eric Pope at his wedding a week ago, squeezing us tight and telling us how glad he was that we flew out to San Francisco for the event. He rubbed his giant sweaty palms over each of our faces, knowing exactly how slick and smooth and just a little disgusting it was. And the last thing I said to him on Twitter was to tell him that it was like being licked by a dinosaur.
There’s nothing but tragedy in Ryan being taken from all of us so young and so soon after getting married to an amazing woman who loves him, but I am grateful for these moments being so fresh in my mind. And while I don’t get to drink with him at conventions anymore, or hear his very deliberate decision on which new pop-hit is or is not a Summer Jam, or catch hell from him for saying the wrong thing on Twitter… I’m grateful that he was a part of my life enough that I miss these things already. I don’t think he was ever impressed with me in the way I wanted, but I’m glad that I could count him as a friend.
- Casey
* Though it did occasionally make me nervous! Once Hannah found a hideous photo of a long-dead Elks Lodge president that people claimed looked like me, and I drunkenly begged her not to Tweet it, declaring dramatically, “Ryan Davis would have a FIELD DAY!”

Thank you for writing this, Casey.

caseymalone:

I spent the weekend processing this news, which mostly meant sitting around, avoiding thinking about it, and then writing this out. It’s been sitting in my drafts, and now that the news of his passing has spread it felt appropriate to post it. 

My friend Ryan Davis.

I got a text from John Drake at 2PM on the 4th of July asking if I was awake. It was the middle of the afternoon, which made it a weird thing to ask, but a couple more texts revealed something was up and John needed to call and talk to me. A few minutes later I learned that our friend, Ryan Davis - someone whose wedding we had attended so recently that we were still a little jet-lagged from the return trip - had died suddenly.

I had the chance to actually hang out with Ryan in person fewer times than I have fingers and toes, but his absence is already felt because, of all things, Twitter. We became friends over Twitter - through a shared sense of humor, and through his personal appreciation for breaking my balls, and encouraging our mutual friends (my girlfriend Hannah chief among them) do the same.

Here’s a thing - at their wedding reception, Ryan and Anna made the rounds, and when they reached The Boston table they asked me to pay close attention to the place-card listing the guests seated there. Every other name was listed alphabetically, but mine was out of order. They had VERY SPECIFICALLY put it last on the list, and took a moment out of their big day to make sure I saw it. This is what I’m talking about.

My normal reaction when someone is giving me a hard time is to roll my eyes and write that person off. But with Ryan, it didn’t bother me*, instead something about the guy made me want his approval. Some chemistry of his personality and humor triggered a different response in me and I very badly wanted Ryan to be impressed with me. I certainly wasn’t close enough to him to think of as a big brother, and I never had a big brother, but “little brotherly” is the only way I was ever able to describe this impulse. He’d let me past the prickly goofs at my expense often enough to know I was one of his friends, and if there was anything Ryan loved, it was his god damn friends.

The last real-life moment I had with Ryan was him grabbing me and Eric Pope at his wedding a week ago, squeezing us tight and telling us how glad he was that we flew out to San Francisco for the event. He rubbed his giant sweaty palms over each of our faces, knowing exactly how slick and smooth and just a little disgusting it was. And the last thing I said to him on Twitter was to tell him that it was like being licked by a dinosaur.

There’s nothing but tragedy in Ryan being taken from all of us so young and so soon after getting married to an amazing woman who loves him, but I am grateful for these moments being so fresh in my mind. And while I don’t get to drink with him at conventions anymore, or hear his very deliberate decision on which new pop-hit is or is not a Summer Jam, or catch hell from him for saying the wrong thing on Twitter… I’m grateful that he was a part of my life enough that I miss these things already. I don’t think he was ever impressed with me in the way I wanted, but I’m glad that I could count him as a friend.

- Casey

* Though it did occasionally make me nervous! Once Hannah found a hideous photo of a long-dead Elks Lodge president that people claimed looked like me, and I drunkenly begged her not to Tweet it, declaring dramatically, “Ryan Davis would have a FIELD DAY!”

Thank you for writing this, Casey.


COMMISSIONS ARE OPEN!!

Hey guys; I know this is happening amongst a glut of other comm’ posts, but I’m in a bit of a sticky financial situ and I’d really appreciate your help!

I’m offering portrait commissions ; these come in 3 types, as (briefly) illustrated above

-$5 for inks
-$8 for a coloured inks
-$10 for coloured and shaded inks

Human or anthro is fine! Vague NSFW is also okay, but nothing intense(!)

Payment would be through paypal; I’d give you a preview before payment so you know you’re happy, and then the full file after payment.

If you want something different from me, just drop me a line and we’ll work it out!

Contact is through my tumblr message box, email (spinnigoldchan at hotmail dot com) or through twitter (SadisticRingo)

Thank you so much for looking!

Please signal boost as much as you can! Thank you xx


happydorid:

theartofanimation:

Tippy Golden

woah! I was featured.*o*


seventypercentethanol:

someday, we’ll shine together [x]

seventypercentethanol:

someday, we’ll shine together [x]


Today is my beautiful girlfriend Beebs birthday, and I miss her terribly after being forced to go back to being 5,000+miles and 8 hours away from her again.
I love you so so so much, I’m sorry this is mediocre but I am working on something much better so this is a placeholder ok ;)))))Also do not buy a makeup bag replacement bc I have literally found you the most perfect one IT IS PERFECT
I love you Sam xxxxx

Today is my beautiful girlfriend Beebs birthday, and I miss her terribly after being forced to go back to being 5,000+miles and 8 hours away from her again.

I love you so so so much, I’m sorry this is mediocre but I am working on something much better so this is a placeholder ok ;)))))
Also do not buy a makeup bag replacement bc I have literally found you the most perfect one IT IS PERFECT

I love you Sam xxxxx


seventypercentethanol:

the only time I was truly happy was when I was with you

seventypercentethanol:

the only time I was truly happy was when I was with you


Anonymous asked: "Hey! I really liked your comic and I was curious as to what you used for the halftone shading so it had a more comicy feel? Thank you!"

Thanks! I literally just used halftone textures in photoshop, ahaha
There are LOADS of them on DA to play with.

posted 1 year ago