1. drew-green:

lotusforhelp:

Hey folks!
Thank you for joining me!  My name is Drew Green and I’m the creator of the webcomic you quite probably are here to read (or so I hope!).
"Lotus For Help" follows the weird adventures of an ex-secret agent, her wizard boss, a bubbly demon summoner, and an invisible demon.  It’s here on this fateful night where we begin the tale that will cause their paths to cross, so I hope you enjoy the ride!
I would sincerely like to thank everyone who is joining me for the beginning of “Lotus For Help.”  Even in the first five pages, you’ll see how much I bounce around and experiment with coloring styles, backgrounds, etc., and I’m okay with that.  This will be an ever-evolving process and I’m excited to share it with you.
"Lotus For Help" will update every Wednesday (for now), so be sure to check back weekly to see how the story unfolds!
~Drew
August 20th, 2014

It’s official, ladies and gents!  “Lotus For Help” is live and ready to read!  The first five pages are up, so head on over and take a look!  Yay!

    drew-green:

    lotusforhelp:

    Hey folks!

    Thank you for joining me!  My name is Drew Green and I’m the creator of the webcomic you quite probably are here to read (or so I hope!).

    "Lotus For Help" follows the weird adventures of an ex-secret agent, her wizard boss, a bubbly demon summoner, and an invisible demon.  It’s here on this fateful night where we begin the tale that will cause their paths to cross, so I hope you enjoy the ride!

    I would sincerely like to thank everyone who is joining me for the beginning of “Lotus For Help.”  Even in the first five pages, you’ll see how much I bounce around and experiment with coloring styles, backgrounds, etc., and I’m okay with that.  This will be an ever-evolving process and I’m excited to share it with you.

    "Lotus For Help" will update every Wednesday (for now), so be sure to check back weekly to see how the story unfolds!

    ~Drew

    August 20th, 2014

    It’s official, ladies and gents!  “Lotus For Help” is live and ready to read!  The first five pages are up, so head on over and take a look!  Yay!

  2. 1212m:

    NOT ENOUGH

  3. mcbess:

Mcbaise LPs arrived this morning and everyone’s happy now.
if you fancy one go there : mcbaise.com
limited to 250 
cheers
mc

    mcbess:

    Mcbaise LPs arrived this morning and everyone’s happy now.

    if you fancy one go there : mcbaise.com

    limited to 250 

    cheers

    mc

    (via yohansacre)

  4. albotas:

    KICKSTART THIS SHIZZ: HOTLINE MIAMI 1/6 SCALE ARTICULATED JACKET FIGURE

    Our longtime amigo Erick Scarecrow has teamed up with Dennaton Games and Devolver Digital for what could be his biggest release to date - a figure based on Jacket, the protagonist in the video game cult sensation Hotline Miami.

    Making a leap from the urban designer vinyl toy scene, Erick Scarecrow shows that he’s more than capable of producing high-end licensed 1/6 scale figures on par with the likes of those produced by 3A or Hot Toys

    The primary figure is 12” tall and comes with four removable heads: Tony (Tiger), Richard (Rooster), Aubrey (Pig), and a bloody, bandaged Jacket head. The figure also comes with interchangeable clothing including a letter jacket, t-shirt, pair of jeans, Air Vigilante sneakers and a hospital gown. Three weapons - a shotgun, baseball bat, and katana - are included for Jacket to hold as he is posed using the 15 points of articulation. 

    The figure (prototype pictured above) still needs to reach its funding goal of $60,000, but due to the game’s huge fan following, there’s a pretty good change that the goal will be crushed.

    Check out the official Hotline Miami - Jacket Figure Kickstarter page to check out all the cool backer tiers and incentives including all sorts of cool little goodies like Steam keys for Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number game & soundtrack, wallpapers, and a snazzy pin set. There’s also the ultra awesome “Midnight Miami Marauder” colorway limited to 1,000 pieces which is only available for backers at the $200 level.

    I’ve been following Erick’s work and career for years, and this is an exciting next step. Can’t wait to see where he goes from here.

  5. iraville:

some Little head doodles . I did a Work in Progress Video of it
watch it here:

or on my YouTube: http://youtu.be/LnmFtcddzIg

    iraville:

    some Little head doodles . I did a Work in Progress Video of it

    watch it here:

    or on my YouTube: http://youtu.be/LnmFtcddzIg

  6. alexinatree:

    theartofanimation:

    Alexander Wilson

    I don’t usually re-blog anything as a rule, especially my own work, but I love the collections that The Art of Animation put together and couldn’t be more flattered to be featured!

    I highly recommend giving them a follow if you don’t already, they make the best inspiration posts.  

    Thank you!

    -Alex

  7. annmarcellino:

    Sailor Avengers Assemble!

    Hey guys, I don’t often reblog old art but let’s try an experiment where we reblog Sailor Avengers directly from me instead of other sources!  All my love (also feel free to delete this last sentence upon reblog if you wish.)

  8. xombiedirge:

Empire of The Dead by Dennis Salvatier / Blog / Tumblr

    xombiedirge:

    Empire of The Dead by Dennis Salvatier / Blog / Tumblr

  9. The New World Geebird & Bamby

    The New World" revisits anonymous places of the 20th century. It is set in a time characterized by the conflict of Modernist and Postmodernist convictions, its influence on later 20th century history, and ultimately, the world we live in today. 

    On a formal level, this conflict defines the aesthetics of the collection. The interrelation of rational graphic design and anonymous photorealism reflects the contrast of manmade ideals and the acceptance of life in chaos. “The New World" is shaped by an original set of rules, metrics and processes. This enables the revelation of eclectic utopias that, for better or worse, withhold the definition of a photograph."

    (Source: archatlas, via marlenemorozco)