1. Happy Flipbook Friday!

  2. I’ve never read #tankgirl. This is what #sketch_dailies meant right? :)

  4. story-monster:

    Instead of drawing her in that sissy swimsuit thingy, I drew her in a sissy cardigan thingy.

    I also spent hours drawing the invisible jet. HOURS

    I love this take on Wonder Woman.

  5. Never fax a PB&J.

  6. Sadly, this is what “First Class” felt like to me.

    (Source: neilaglet, via lightlybow)

  7. Check out that smeared hand. Great way to turn the hand over as the chalkboard is turning.

    Eric Goldberg = genius.

  8. anthonyholden:

    Some of you may have heard that I was in a pretty bad motorcycle accident last week. I got banged up pretty bad, but miraculously my right arm (which is the one I use to draw) came out with only some cuts and bruises.

    I’ve had some reconstructive surgery done to my leg, and I’ve got another one scheduled for my left hand tomorrow. My recovery time is supposed to  be 6 months or so, but I’ve been up on crutches and even felt well enough to make this little comic.

    Thanks  to all the people who have reached out with their thoughts and prayers. It has helped immensely in my recovery. Many of you know that I am also a man of faith, and I am convinced that God spared my drawing hand (as well as any head, neck, or back injuries). I’m going to do my best to make the most of what I’ve been given—I’ll be back with the funny soon!

    Till then, be good!

    Thank heaven.

  9. thiefofcookies:


    Two former classmates see each other on a train. One of them is cheerful and friendly, perhaps a bit pushy. The other has a tendency to have strange, explosive anxiety attacks that terrify the people around her. This is a story about their encounter.

    A short film I directed about my own experiences with social anxiety and how it affects others. Despite it being a very personal film, I wouldn’t have been able to make it without the numerous people contributing, so I recommend looking up all their names in Google and finding their blogs, because they deserve the clicks. Thanks!

    YouTube version

    This is an amazing film go watch it please

    Christina Skyles made this awesome film that speaks to those with anxiety. Please please give it a few minutes of your time.

    (via steeledart)

  10. moth-eatn:

    You guys have gotten me thinking a lot about life lately, and how quickly it can change. After I posted the story of Stu’s proposal to me, I received a lot of comments and messages about how “perfect” my life seems, many of you describing how you dream that you might one day find yourself in a similar situation to mine. I appreciate these comments immensely. They have helped remind me of just how blessed I am and have made me even more profoundly grateful for my relationship with Stu and my career at Disney. But I also worry that the very limited information I present online about my life may be misleading, and I just want you all to know that things have not always been so perfect and enchanting.

    I made this comic just one year ago. Though not directly autobiographical (obviously, since I am not a guy…), it very accurately reflects where I was emotionally. Struggling to recover from the most devastating breakup of my life, I wondered then if I would ever find a truly good relationship. I started to doubt that the kind of guy I dreamed of marrying even existed. And I feared that I had been hurt too deeply to ever really open myself up to someone fully again.

    Now, just a year later, I’m about to marry the most amazing man I have ever known, a man who has every characteristic I ever hoped to find, and who is perfect for me in ways I never even knew to look for. I’ve never loved anyone so deeply or felt so at home with another person. It really is a dream come true.

    Now please don’t misunderstand my intent. I’m not sharing this to gloat. I’m sharing this story because I think it is important to remember that no one’s life is perfect, that everyone faces struggles you may not know about, and that life can change! Things can turn around more quickly and more completely than you ever thought possible! So if you’re feeling anything like I did a year ago, please just know that there is hope. No matter how dark and heavy and inescapable your current circumstances may seem, there is always hope for a brighter future. Your dreams CAN come true. You CAN find what you’ve always wanted. And it may come to you sooner than you think. You just have to have faith and press forward. Hold on to that hope. Never give up. And know that fairy-tail endings don’t always result from fairy-tale beginnings.

    The “Ch" in "Chelsea” stands for “Check out her work because she’s always doing awesome and amazing things and this comic is incredible and really deep and well drawn and full of great advice and stuff.”