Pictures I drew and pictures other people drew, some kinky, some not. I'm currently illustrating Best of All Possible Worlds. You can see some of my other comics at Intragalactic or in book form as Widgey Q. Butterfluff, and Pepper Penwell and the Land Creature of Monster Lake, from SLG Publishing.
i am laughing so god damn hard rn at the cloud shit
#4 is also Hero from an ancient webcomic called RPGWorld that one of the artists for Steven Universe used to draw over ten years ago. Hero was an obvious Cloud Strife ripoff, though, so whatever.
I’m glad someone else pointed that out. RPG World was the first Webcomic I ever bought a physical copy of. Which is good because it’s abandoned now. I’m pretty sure Hero gets the blade for a reason in that scene.
RPG World is an amazing late nineties period piece now.
If some random gossip I only kind of remember is accurate (and when is it not?) he gave it up because people were getting invested in the characters and storyline and ignoring his wacky Moogle and Team Rocket expies. He went on to a pretty kick-ass career though, so can’t fault him.
Book 2 is the most important book ever written. Have you read it? You SHOULD. Luckily, The Hungry Reader’s Masterpiece Eater segment helps explain this sordid drama about Dil the Pill’s Big Pot of Figs.
It’s the Dark Witch from Fantaghiro! The best bit with the Dark Witch, played by the always lovely Bridgette Nielsen, involves her eating a candy cottage, but I stuck her into this random, bizarre situation from Fantaghiro 2. See, In Fantaghiro 2, Fantaghiro is adventuring across the countryside disguised as a man when she gets kidnapped by bandits led by a weird yellow-skinned mutant called The Lemon Gobbler, so-called because he constantly shoves lemons down his craw and also because he has lemon-shaped tumors on his face. He wants to kill Fantaghiro but his second-in-command, Gold Eye (who has a gold eye natch), says it would be “really funny” if instead they forced Fantaghiro (whom they apparently think is a dude) to dress up like a woman and dance for them. The bandit women dress Fantaghiro up in a harem outfit, and the Lemon Gobbler is SHOCKED at how womanly Fantaghiro looks. “If I didn’t know he was a man, I would swear he was a woman!” he says. Which is weird, because this harem outfit clearly shows off Fantaghiro’s cleavage. Anyway, they make her dance and they all seem really into it. But then she tricks them and kicks all their asses. It’s a really weird scene. Here’s the Lemon Gobbler and Gold Eye reacting to the Dark Witch who has A LOT more cleavage than Fantaghiro, so they’re probably even more confused as to her gender.
Ducks is about part of my time working at a mining site in Fort McMurray, the events are from 2008. It is a complicated place, it is not the same for all, and these are only my own experiences there. It is a sketch because I want to test how I would tell these stories, and how I feel about sharing them. A larger work gets talked about from time to time. It is not a place I could describe in one or two stories. Ducks is about a lot of things, and among these, it is about environmental destruction in an environment that includes humans. Thank you for taking the time to read it.
these are fantasitc and you should read all of them right now
Dark Dungeons brings Jack Chick’s 1984 masterpiece to the silver screen. Debbie and Marcie arrive at college unaware of the dangers of RPGing. They are soon indoctrinated into this dangerous lifestyle where they face the threat of learning real life magical powers, being invited to join a witches’ coven, and resisting the lure of Ms. Frost, a vile temptress of a GM. But what peril must the two friends face when they stumble across the Necronomicon and their fantasy game becomes a reality game? Find out in Dark Dungeons! From JR Ralls and the makers of The Gamers, Dorkness Rising, Hands of Fate, and JourneyQuest.
So somebody got the rights to make a Dark Dungeons movie, possibly by hitting Jack Chick with the Mind Bondage spell. They just had to promise that they would stay true to the spirit of the comic. And isn’t that what everyone loves about the original, anyway?
Dimension C81 Rick and Beth. Rick left one of his inventions out when Beth was three and she blew herself up playing with it, so he cyborged her up good and took her off to have trans-dimensional adventures. (His “no girls on adventures” rule didn’t apply to girls who can fire missiles from their bodies.)