"Oh. Hey, Simon."

"Oh. Hey, Simon."


That feeling you get after blow drying your hair into a frizzy mess.

That feeling you get after blow drying your hair into a frizzy mess.


How to make a fried bologna sandwich.


lauriesafari:

The result of messing around in Illustrator trying to apply the techniques I learned from this cool tutorial over here!
I’m pretty pleased with it.

I still really like this.

lauriesafari:

The result of messing around in Illustrator trying to apply the techniques I learned from this cool tutorial over here!

I’m pretty pleased with it.

I still really like this.


Here’s a little fan art comic about Fiona and Cake. I just finished reading Natasha Allegri’s beautiful comic about these two, so I *had* to draw them. It was important.
I wanted to play with the lighting a bit, but I’m not sure how I feel about the color at this point.

Here’s a little fan art comic about Fiona and Cake. I just finished reading Natasha Allegri’s beautiful comic about these two, so I *had* to draw them. It was important.

I wanted to play with the lighting a bit, but I’m not sure how I feel about the color at this point.


Call ‘em like I see ‘em.

Call ‘em like I see ‘em.


I’m a little late to this party, but this was for this past week’s Comix Warriors theme (childhood).
When I was about 7 or 8, I got a tape recorder for Christmas and proceeded to record *everything* with it (water, birds, my dad snoring, conversations between my toys, etc, etc, etc). Most memorably, I made radio shows that featured songs and sketches from my favorite tv-shows and movies so that I could listen to them while I rode my bike at my grandparents’ house. I probably had every episode of All That and a good chunk of the Lion King.
It’s also worth mentioning that I recorded these songs by placing my tape recorder *right* next to the television speakers and then threatening my little brother under pain of noogies not to speak until the song/sketch/whatever was over. Because who knew when they were going to play that episode again!?!

I’m a little late to this party, but this was for this past week’s Comix Warriors theme (childhood).

When I was about 7 or 8, I got a tape recorder for Christmas and proceeded to record *everything* with it (water, birds, my dad snoring, conversations between my toys, etc, etc, etc). Most memorably, I made radio shows that featured songs and sketches from my favorite tv-shows and movies so that I could listen to them while I rode my bike at my grandparents’ house. I probably had every episode of All That and a good chunk of the Lion King.

It’s also worth mentioning that I recorded these songs by placing my tape recorder *right* next to the television speakers and then threatening my little brother under pain of noogies not to speak until the song/sketch/whatever was over. Because who knew when they were going to play that episode again!?!


Drawing comics about learning Dutch.

Drawing comics about learning Dutch.


Hey everybody! It’s Jake Lawrence’s birthday! (@TheTimeCowboy)
He mentioned on Twitter that for his 25th birthday, he’s entering the next phase of his life cycle: werewolf. I can only assume it must be a full moon in his strange and mystical homeland of ☆*・゜゚・*Australia*・゜゚・*☆
Anywho, you should all support him today by going out and buying his fabulous comic, Star Puncher vs The Existential Dreadnought!
It’s fabulous! Do it!
Happy Birthday, Jake!
I hope you enjoy being Teen Werewolf.

Hey everybody! It’s Jake Lawrence’s birthday! ()

He mentioned on Twitter that for his 25th birthday, he’s entering the next phase of his life cycle: werewolf. I can only assume it must be a full moon in his strange and mystical homeland of ☆*・゜゚・*Australia*・゜゚・*☆

Anywho, you should all support him today by going out and buying his fabulous comic, Star Puncher vs The Existential Dreadnought!

It’s fabulous! Do it!

Happy Birthday, Jake!

I hope you enjoy being Teen Werewolf.


lauriesafari:

Possums just love cat food.  Seriously.

Possums still love cat food.

Seriously.