awkwanaut:

this is probably the best school of world i have ever written, my piece de resistance

someone just linked to school of world in a webcomic thread i read and i got this little moment of "i know that person! and they very well deserve more readers!" glee
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awkwanaut:

cartwheels in and does a pose. excuse me, that’s cool!

pencilpup:

unrelated to the imaginary/potential horrible fate of Observer Owl, Thanks to everyone who stopped by at SPX!! 

i liked this one too

Papa…..

Our table….

Our table….

I’m at SPX and I’m so glad I made stickers

I’m at SPX and I’m so glad I made stickers

newlevant:

Announcing Chainmail Bikini!
At a time when the female perspective and female presence and in gaming has once again come under fire, Chainmail Bikini seeks to celebrate the experience of women as players, makers, and critics of gaming. Female creators have come together to make an anthology of comics that is not only entertaining but insightful. From videogames to table top role play to collectible card games, Chainmail Bikini will show that while women are not always the target market for gaming, they are a vital and thoroughly engaged part of it, and are eager to express their personal take on the medium.
Featuring the talents of:
Aatmaja PandyaAnna Anthropy & Solomon FletcherAnna RoseAnnie MokCaitlin Rose BoyleCarey PietschElizabeth SiminsHazel NewlevantIasmin Omar AtaJane MaiKinoko EvansLaura LannesMaggie Siegel-BereleMegan BrennanMeghan Landsmerritt kopas & Mia SchwartzMiranda HarmonMK ReedMolly OstertagSera Stanton
I’m still searching for a few more contributors, so submissions are open from now until October 15th, 2014. If you are a woman interested in contributing a 1-8 page comic about gaming, please visit the submission guidelines.
Chainmail Bikini will launch a Kickstarter in March 2015. Until then, keep playing!
—Hazel Newlevant, editor


yeah!!!

newlevant:

Announcing Chainmail Bikini!

At a time when the female perspective and female presence and in gaming has once again come under fire, Chainmail Bikini seeks to celebrate the experience of women as players, makers, and critics of gaming. Female creators have come together to make an anthology of comics that is not only entertaining but insightful. From videogames to table top role play to collectible card games, Chainmail Bikini will show that while women are not always the target market for gaming, they are a vital and thoroughly engaged part of it, and are eager to express their personal take on the medium.

Featuring the talents of:

Aatmaja Pandya
Anna Anthropy & Solomon Fletcher
Anna Rose
Annie Mok
Caitlin Rose Boyle
Carey Pietsch
Elizabeth Simins
Hazel Newlevant
Iasmin Omar Ata
Jane Mai
Kinoko Evans
Laura Lannes
Maggie Siegel-Berele
Megan Brennan
Meghan Lands
merritt kopas & Mia Schwartz
Miranda Harmon
MK Reed
Molly Ostertag
Sera Stanton

I’m still searching for a few more contributors, so submissions are open from now until October 15th, 2014. If you are a woman interested in contributing a 1-8 page comic about gaming, please visit the submission guidelines.

Chainmail Bikini will launch a Kickstarter in March 2015. Until then, keep playing!

—Hazel Newlevant, editor

yeah!!!

Stickers

Stickers

megthebrennan:

I’m gonna be at SPX next weekend at table A11! (Rel and I are sharing our pal Steve Yurko’s table! there’s other cool friendos next to us  at A10 too but they can make their own posts)

 I’m bringing my usual stock of comics, but my NEW comics are:

  • Pencil Pup #3 ! collecting Pencil Pup pages from where the second minicomic left off, this ends just about where the comic did when i took a break a couple months ago. The cover is a little bit shimmery and there’s holographic tape on the side! cool.
  • The Magical Adventures of Pretty Pretty Antler Girl ! Which I drew the art for and Rel wrote. it’s a cute little collection of the entire Antler Girl series of School of World strips. We liked how this arc came out, and thought it could stand on it’s own in a cute little package.

I’ll  be sticking these two minicomics in my online store sometime after SPX, too.

I’ve also got comics in both the Hana Doki Kira and Terrestrial anthologies, which you should definitely hunt down, mostly because everyone else’s comics in them are really great!  

Please come say hi if you follow me, it’s so nice to find out that real, alive humans have seen my art before! I love SPX! I’m excited to see friends and buy comics and be exhausted when it’s over (●´∀`●)

rebloggin’ because I’m leaving in the morning!! it turns out I’ll also have a handful of last-minute pencil pup sticker packs :O