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flowersforsansa:

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia - Cold Opens

veitstanz:

PDF with 141 pages of sketches and studies I drew over the course of the last few months :)

Buy via gumroad

Buy via paypal: creepyeverything (at) gmail (dot) com (remember to include an email adress to which I am supposed to send the pdf to!)

If you buy until the 25th of April you can get it for $5, afterwards it will be $10.

Contains nudity and some swearing as well as bits of body horror

signal boosts are always appreciated~

Veit’s got some good art and 5 dollars for 141 pages of sketches? Well hell that’s amazing.

coelasquid:

happydorid:

Just a reminder that I have a crazy webcomic about alien mermaids and robots. Coming out of hiatus very soon. You can read the full comic here http://tapastic.com/episode/15316

or check out the tumblr 

Cool stuff!

REALLY cool stuff.

1950sunlimited:

 1965 Preschool Reader

1950sunlimited:

 1965 Preschool Reader

asks:
Hey Rachel! Hope you're doing cool! I'm dropping an ask to make a suggestion for ParadoxSpace (which I totes love by the way!!) It'd be excellent if, at the bottom of each comic page, in between "www paradoxspace com" and "© 2014 What Pump Studios", you put the name of the artist. At the mo' we rely on news to source, which isn't ideal, as I think such great comics should be properly attributed. It's a little tough to tell who the artist is at a glance, I think it'd be a nice addition! -Nilesy

twirliest:

rachelpxs:

This is a fantastic suggestion and as you might notice we are now implementing it!

Woot!

RACHEL you didn’t tell me it was NILESY who suggested we do that!! Ahhhh (hi Nilesy I love your youtube channel ahhh).

blairtrabbit:

Little experiment with brushes and isometric perspective.Noot in his tiny lab.

blairtrabbit:

Little experiment with brushes and isometric perspective.Noot in his tiny lab.

theokbb:

Another book illustrated by my grandmother Nan Pollard. Seemed an appropriate day to share! Illustrated in 1948.

I love every one of my grandmother’s books.

theokbb:

Another book illustrated by my grandmother Nan Pollard. Seemed an appropriate day to share! Illustrated in 1948.

I love every one of my grandmother’s books.

A Visual History of Daft Punk’s Helmets - 2010+

yensidlove:

"What’ve you got a flower crown on for?"

"Don’t worry ‘bout that…"

Xephos : thearkofaeons