//I’d like to point out my two major influences for my drawing style. Love and Rockets comic books writers and artists Jaime and Gilbert Hernandez. I can’t even being to point out my love for these two. asjdjnalf

Same here. Their art AND the writing have been my main influence.

(Reblogged from fyloveandrockets)


Neil Gaiman’s 8 Rules of Writing, a remake of this post. Source.

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(Reblogged from svetlania)

I was interviewed by Webcomic Underdogs this week. If you like the retro comic style used in I, Mummy I share how it’s done.


Me from 2003 - 2014

As artists, it’s always enlightening to compare our current work against what we were struggling with one, five or even ten years ago. You’ve come a long way! Congratulate yourself. Now, get back to work.

(Reblogged from pannan-art)
Today on I, Mummy older sister stops by, puts foot in mouth.

Today on I, Mummy older sister stops by, puts foot in mouth.

How to deal with writer’s block: ‘I just lower my standards and carry on.’
William Stafford (via jamesgrantbrown)
(Reblogged from svetlania)

Today on I, Mummy even cute little birds are judged on their evil deeds.


If you would like to request a tutorial, you can do so on this post over here!
Eye Coloring Tutorial by me | Other Eye Tutorials: 1 2 3 | My Resource list for Faces and Heads

(Reblogged from subliminalsilence13)


Octopi are hilarious, doubly so with puppets. Made as a birthday gift for a niece using black and gray brush pens.

Re-posting with a better image. But, mostly because sometimes I crack myself up.

(Reblogged from abocode)


'The hole book' by Peter Newell. Published 1908 by Harper & Brothers, New York.

Description: While fooling with a gun, Tom Potts shoots a bullet that seems to be unstoppable. A hole on each page traces the bullet’s path.

See the complete book here and also it’s sequel, ‘The Rocket Book’, here.

(Reblogged from green-weather)