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pearlescent-gray:

This is the last weekly update I’m doing. I’ve decided to have monthly updates for the sake of pacing, that way you can read several pages per update rather than disjointed single pages. This also means I’ll be restructuring my Patreon.  I’ll have an update about what this means sometime next week on my main site.  Thanks for sticking with me so far while I figure it all out!
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Buy a Print Copy of Pearlescent Gray pt 1 HERE

For the morning zoo crew

pearlescent-gray:

This is the last weekly update I’m doing. I’ve decided to have monthly updates for the sake of pacing, that way you can read several pages per update rather than disjointed single pages. This also means I’ll be restructuring my Patreon.  I’ll have an update about what this means sometime next week on my main site.  Thanks for sticking with me so far while I figure it all out!

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Subscribe now through Patreon and you’ll receive access to bonus content, free books, and more for as little as $1 a month! 

Buy a Print Copy of Pearlescent Gray pt 1 HERE

For the morning zoo crew

(via suffervacation)

pearlescent-gray:


This is the last weekly update I’m doing. I’ve decided to have monthly updates for the sake of pacing, that way you can read several pages per update rather than disjointed single pages. This also means I’ll be restructuring my Patreon.  I’ll have an update about what this means sometime next week on my main site.  Thanks for sticking with me so far while I figure it all out!
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Subscribe now through Patreon and you’ll receive access to bonus content, free books, and more for as little as $1 a month! 
Buy a Print Copy of Pearlescent Gray pt 1 HERE

pearlescent-gray:

This is the last weekly update I’m doing. I’ve decided to have monthly updates for the sake of pacing, that way you can read several pages per update rather than disjointed single pages. This also means I’ll be restructuring my Patreon.  I’ll have an update about what this means sometime next week on my main site.  Thanks for sticking with me so far while I figure it all out!

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Subscribe now through Patreon and you’ll receive access to bonus content, free books, and more for as little as $1 a month! 

Buy a Print Copy of Pearlescent Gray pt 1 HERE

bemyghoulfriend:

perfect place 4 a lesbian d8

this is good in so many ways

bemyghoulfriend:

perfect place 4 a lesbian d8

this is good in so many ways

tgarbo-translates:

"Godendeemster" (Götterdämmerung), a Sjef van Oekel story drawn by Theo van den Boogaard and scripted by Wim T. Schippers, translated by Google software and rendered into comprehensibility, though probably not accuracy, by me.

(You’re going to want to open each image individually into a new tab, especially that doozy of a two-page spread. Not safe for work or church, although it helps if you have some Biblical background.)

The Sjef van Oekel stories can be roughly described as R. Crumb meets Hergé; the titular figure was a popular sketch-comedy character on Dutch television and records before Schippers and van den Boogaard began sending him through meticulously-drawn stories that mocked every conceivable form of pretense, hypocrisy, social standard, and ordinary sense. “Godendeemster” is transgressive even by their standards, and the series ended when the comedian who played Sjef filed a lawsuit that included the sexual, scatological, and morbid elements of the comic. But while it lasted it was perhaps the greatest sketch-comedy strip ever created, blackout gags alternating with cruel social satire and dumb puns, all delivered in such a technically polished form that the humor bites all the harder for being delivered in such dispassionately detailed drawings.

Apparently at least some of the Sjef van Oekel strips have already been published in English in Holland under the name “Mr. Ponsford,” possibly including this one. I wonder how I did by comparison.

(via wellnotwisely)

snubpollard:

(Blue Fighter, Jirō Taniguchi, written by Garon Tsuchiya, c. 1982)

I would sell my soul to the highest bidder just to be able to draw like Jiro Taniguchi

heavymetalmagazine:

These two pages are some of the most beautiful pages that Moebius created for this series - they just happened to show up in the same episode.

Having seen Jodorowsky’s Dune (which you should totally see, especially if you like Moebius), the Incal makes a lot more sense as the creative team recycling ideas from their aborted Dune project - which was really just Jodorowsky’s interpretation of what he thought Dune ought to be.

Still, the crystals in that first page are just amazing.

(Heavy Metal issue #86, May 1984 - Pages 45&52 The Third Incal: Crystal Forest by Jodorowsky and Moebius)

(via thesaddestbitchinallofspectrum)

quick color test for no reason on panels from the page i’m working on for Pearlescent Gray
inkdrinker:

I Love No One, And No One Loves Me


Julia Scott!
cure-alls:

Suehiro Maruo

cure-alls:

Suehiro Maruo

(via mercurialblonde)

I may have made this joke before
suffervacation:

pearlescent-gray:


Subscribe now through Patreon and you’ll receive access to bonus content, free books, and more for as little as $1 a month! 
Buy a Print Copy of Pearlescent Gray pt 1 HERE

Limo interiors. What a pain!

postcardsfromspace:

adactivity:

two silent hill fan comics,
The first made from L’s memory of how Silent Hill 2’s plot unfolds
The second based on leaked script of upcoming Silent Hill game

these are both perfect

unbelievable!

(via constellation-funk)


Boxingman in Redroom - Kazuma Kaneko
oh cool!!! also I can’t wait for issue 4 to be released here.

victongai:

Neo 1984,Cover for “Dark Fairytales” by TinHong

Victo Ngai

I am so happy I got to work on my first Chinese book cover with Hong Kong/Taiwan/Mainland China best-seller TinHong.

TinHong’s latest book, “Dark Fairytales” (Non orthodox translation of 黑童話集), is a compilation of 16 novelettes set in a fictional metropolitan called “H town”. The stories are based on real stories in Hong Kong, structured after Chinese and Western classics such as “1984” by George Orwell, “The Last Class” by Alphonse Daudet, A Poor Man’s Tale of a Patent’ by Charles Dickens, ‘差不多先生傳“by胡適.etc. These parodies poke fun and reflect on the society’s current maladies, corruptions and injustice in a sarcastic and darkly-humorous way. 

For the cover, TinHong asked me to freely follow my inspiration. This was awesome and quite rare for book cover jobs. So I decided to make a piece about “H-Town” in a neo”1984”way.

Big thanks to TinHong for being an A+ author, art director, publisher and the ultra-delicious care-package!