A sample page from the story I’m drawing for an upcoming horror comics anthology, The Sleep of Reason! I’m super excited about this anthology and YOU SHOULD BE TOO
If you want to see more samples of art from this book, Spike’s been posting a bunch over on her tumblr: http://spikedrewthis.tumblr.com
Also, if ATCF updates are a little spotty for the next couple weeks, apologies, it’s ‘cuz I’m working on this — I can only birth so many comics babies at once!
A young house-witch.
Some day, in the distant post-ATCF future, I really want to draw books about little witch-girls-in-training. One day!
Just curious about this but I noticed you always draw smaller eyes than most cartoonists, is there a reason for this?
I love it when people send me questions like this as anons. Like they’re worried I’m gonna freak out and be all FUCK YOU THERE’S NOTHING WRONG WITH MY EYES BLOCK BLOCK BLOCK
Queer Oriented Rock/Rap Day School. Empowering Southern queer youth and building community through music!
Some friends of mine have a fundraiser for an amazing queer summer camp called QORDS. They describe it as ”a vehicle for expressing gender and sexuality, [that] harbors an environment of self-discovery and social change.”
But it can’t happen unless they have your help! Click through the link to get to their indiegogo page. There you’ll find more information about the camp, how you can help, and what’s in it for you! (Apart from being totally awesome and helping Southern queer youth have a safe and creative space to express themselves in the summer!)
You can also view their tumblr here and their facebook page here.
If you can’t donate, please at least reblog and signal boost! Every bit helps!
Hey, As the Crow Flies fans! Some fine folks in North Carolina are trying to start up a SUMMER MUSIC CAMP FOR QUEER YOUTH! I’m sure most of you have some feelings (to say the least!) about LGBTQ inclusivity in summer camps, so it’d be great if you could support this camp! Funds will go straight to helping get the camp off the ground, and also to scholarships for young queer musicians — both good things.