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Check out this SPECTACULAR Legend of Zelda: Clockwork Empire cosplay by Ainsley Bircher. Magnificent attention to detail and style. The glow effect on the gauntlet, in particular, is delightful.

You can find more of her cosplay at Pigtails and Power Tools on Facebook, and @PigtailsPower on Twitter!

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New sitcom idea. I think it writes itself.

New sitcom idea. I think it writes itself.

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Hey Seattle! I’m going to be at Geek Girl Con this weekend (Oct. 11-12) with books and other fun stuff if you want to check it out!

Hey Seattle! I’m going to be at Geek Girl Con this weekend (Oct. 11-12) with books and other fun stuff if you want to check it out!

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kalidraws:

Guess what! 1200 Posters is back, and if you missed out on grabbing my poster the first time around, now’s your chance! Buy it here. Also, The Creative Action Network is now accepting submissions for new posters too.
If you’re curious, you can check out my original process post for this piece from way back in 2011. (yeesh time flies!)

Buy all of Kali’s art, all the time.

kalidraws:

Guess what! 1200 Posters is back, and if you missed out on grabbing my poster the first time around, now’s your chance! Buy it here. Also, The Creative Action Network is now accepting submissions for new posters too.

If you’re curious, you can check out my original process post for this piece from way back in 2011. (yeesh time flies!)

Buy all of Kali’s art, all the time.

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silmarillionproject:

I think I could write a convincing essay about how Shadow of Mordor is actually more respectful of Tolkien lore than the movies, despite being a completely original narrative. It’s deceptively smart fan-fiction.

My only real complaint with the narrative is shoehorning in the “murdered wife/kid” trope. It feels cheap and lazy, especially when “beating Sauron” is more than enough motivation on its own.

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Dark Science #35 - “The Interview”
Looks like Melchior is in quite a pickle!
- If you’re in the Seattle area, I’ll be at Geek Girl Con next weekend (Oct 11 & 12) with my Tomorrow Girl books and other goodies! It’s a top-notch convention, I highly recommend it.
- The Dresden Codak Patreon is doing very well! I’m blown away by the support so far. I’ve been able to hire a part-time assistant to help with a lot of the logical duties, freeing me up for more drawing. The result has been faster comics, which I’d all but given up hope on!
We’re not done yet, though. I’ve figured out what it’ll cost to hire my assistant full-time and allow me to actually have a regular update schedule! If we hit that, I may explode. You can check the details on the page. Ultimately I want to then get it up to three times a month, then if humanly possible, weekly. But that may actually break the laws of physics, we’ll see.

Dark Science #35 - “The Interview”

Looks like Melchior is in quite a pickle!

- If you’re in the Seattle area, I’ll be at Geek Girl Con next weekend (Oct 11 & 12) with my Tomorrow Girl books and other goodies! It’s a top-notch convention, I highly recommend it.

- The Dresden Codak Patreon is doing very well! I’m blown away by the support so far. I’ve been able to hire a part-time assistant to help with a lot of the logical duties, freeing me up for more drawing. The result has been faster comics, which I’d all but given up hope on!

We’re not done yet, though. I’ve figured out what it’ll cost to hire my assistant full-time and allow me to actually have a regular update schedule! If we hit that, I may explode. You can check the details on the page. Ultimately I want to then get it up to three times a month, then if humanly possible, weekly. But that may actually break the laws of physics, we’ll see.

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NSFW - Cyborg/Amputee Pinups (Repost)

Inspired by a couple of amputee pinup photo shoots, I wanted to put together something similar with my own amputee character. This is obviously not the sort of thing that would be in the Dresden Codak comic (which is at most PG-13), but I found it a fun exercise. I hate it when people with prostheses or those who are otherwise “disabled” are portrayed as incomplete in some way. It’s simply not true, and something I hope I successfully address with my work in general. People are much more than the sum of their parts.

I originally posted these a month or so ago, but it accidentally got caught in a deletion craze I got in with the archives. I wanted to repost it because I didn’t want to give the impression that I didn’t stand by the work or something like that. In reality, I’ve gotten such nice thoughts and comments from various people, including amputees, and it would be a shame to not make the set available again.

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ungoliantschilde:

Marvel by Moebius.

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Hey guys! I’ve just started a Patreon to help support the comic and expand what I can do with it. If you don’t know, Patreon is a monthly donation system that has project benchmarks, sort of like a Kickstarter. I’m offering lots of rewards and that sort of thing, but the ultimate goal (via hiring a helper to handle my non-drawing work) is to have a regular Dresden Codak update schedule for the first time ever! If regular updates is something you’re into, check out what I’m offering over there, because I think this is finally something achievable!
Sorry for the radio silence for so long. I’d been kind of not dealing with anxiety and depression for the better part of a year, and it reached a breaking point last month. I’m doing well now, but all this has necessitated a limited use of the internet for a while. For the next few months I won’t be available much through social media, so if you need to contact me, please email me at dresdencodak@gmail.com. If you don’t follow me on Twitter or Tumblr, you won’t notice any difference, as I’ll still be updating the comic as always! I’ll also be posting sketches and little content updates on the Patreon blog.
Thanks so much for your patience and support. I couldn’t ask for a better readership, you guys really are the best there ever could be.

Hey guys! I’ve just started a Patreon to help support the comic and expand what I can do with it. If you don’t know, Patreon is a monthly donation system that has project benchmarks, sort of like a Kickstarter. I’m offering lots of rewards and that sort of thing, but the ultimate goal (via hiring a helper to handle my non-drawing work) is to have a regular Dresden Codak update schedule for the first time ever! If regular updates is something you’re into, check out what I’m offering over there, because I think this is finally something achievable!

Sorry for the radio silence for so long. I’d been kind of not dealing with anxiety and depression for the better part of a year, and it reached a breaking point last month. I’m doing well now, but all this has necessitated a limited use of the internet for a while. For the next few months I won’t be available much through social media, so if you need to contact me, please email me at dresdencodak@gmail.com. If you don’t follow me on Twitter or Tumblr, you won’t notice any difference, as I’ll still be updating the comic as always! I’ll also be posting sketches and little content updates on the Patreon blog.

Thanks so much for your patience and support. I couldn’t ask for a better readership, you guys really are the best there ever could be.

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careyhimself:

“Dad, can I read that Tomorrow Girl book?”
My daughter reading my dresdencodak book.

MY HEART

careyhimself:

“Dad, can I read that Tomorrow Girl book?”

My daughter reading my dresdencodak book.

MY HEART

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