We interrupt this Drawtober to bring you a fanboy moment, courtesy of Abel and all of his feelings to the recently announced news of Good Omens season 2. Spoiler alert: he has a lot of them.
13 years of being a Paramore fan and I still find myself continuing to relate to their songs more and more. Especially their last album, “After Laughter.” Especially “Caught in the Middle.” It’s…it’s too relatable. And now they’ve done it again with “This is Why.” I think it’s supposed to be about them confronting the haters, but… Continue reading This is Why
An interesting duo of merpeople – Isadora the Dumbo Octopus mermaid and Calder the Vampire Squid merman! Side note: I kept wanting to name this mermaid Daphne, but I already have a Daphne in the comic – who is, ironically, a Dumbo Octopus.
This one goes out to all those people who suddenly got a blast of Winter in the middle of April. Been a while since I drew Spring or any of the seasons. And of course, I can’t give Spring a break. Heh.
So I’ve never actually seen the show Our Flag Means Death. Don’t even know that much about it. What I do know is that almost every Good Omens fan art account I follow on Instagram has drawn something related to it. So clearly, there is some overlap. Or just an amorphous blob of fandom.
Yep, still got Encanto on the brain. Santos is not amused.
Might be time to throw in the towel, Abel.
There’s still not a whole lot of information out there to make reasonable guesses, Abel. I am curious about the pickled herring, though.
…I just like whipped cream, man. And we are entering the perfect season for it. I’m talkin’ hot chocolate. Pie. Egg nog. The seasonal frappucinos they have at Starbucks. A glorious time for whipped cream, indeed.
So the last time I wrote something that could be classified as “fanfiction,” I was probably 10. It was some weird Powerpuff Girls meets Little Red Riding Hood piece that only made sense in a 10-year-old logic kind of way. Also drew plenty of fanart – pretty sure I still have some of it logged… Continue reading Future in Writing