Two weeks and 26 pages later, Vampires Can’t Surf 2 is done! I love this comic to death, but god am I happy to be done with it.
Keep an eye out for more info about VCS2 and how to read it!

Two weeks and 26 pages later, Vampires Can’t Surf 2 is done! I love this comic to death, but god am I happy to be done with it.

Keep an eye out for more info about VCS2 and how to read it!

starting on the final pass over all the Vampires Can’t Surf 2 pages! Here’s a finished panel from the first page.

starting on the final pass over all the Vampires Can’t Surf 2 pages! Here’s a finished panel from the first page.

hello friends, I have been hard at work on a big project* lately so I haven’t had much ‘finished’ work to post up here lately. But I’m really pleased with this panel even if it’s still in a sketch phase!
*the big project is Vampires Can’t Surf 2. Absolutely no one is surprised by this.

hello friends, I have been hard at work on a big project* lately so I haven’t had much ‘finished’ work to post up here lately. But I’m really pleased with this panel even if it’s still in a sketch phase!

*the big project is Vampires Can’t Surf 2. Absolutely no one is surprised by this.

whiteboardheroes:

Me - 8/5
Aaaand that’s a wrap, folks! Today was my last day at my internship so I knew I had to go all-out. I recreated the famous Amazing Spider-Man #50 panel (and Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man #23 cover) with myself, dialogue and all.
My coworkers tell me they’re gonna try and keep it up on the whiteboard as long as possible. I’m gonna keep in touch to keep track of how long it actually stays up.

whiteboardheroes:

Me - 8/5

Aaaand that’s a wrap, folks! Today was my last day at my internship so I knew I had to go all-out. I recreated the famous Amazing Spider-Man #50 panel (and Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man #23 cover) with myself, dialogue and all.

My coworkers tell me they’re gonna try and keep it up on the whiteboard as long as possible. I’m gonna keep in touch to keep track of how long it actually stays up.

Quick doodle of a friend’s character in her superhero costume. 
Between work, packing, and drawing VCS, I haven’t had time to put up anything post-worthy lately until this!

Quick doodle of a friend’s character in her superhero costume. 

Between work, packing, and drawing VCS, I haven’t had time to put up anything post-worthy lately until this!

You see, he was never given a greater purpose…

(Lilocap and Buckystitch, part 8. Previously: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7)

And with that, the Lilocap and Buckystitch series is officially complete! 

Today I finally watched Mean Girls in full for the first time, and realized that their portrayal of high school is basically exactly the same as Danny Phantom’s.

Today I finally watched Mean Girls in full for the first time, and realized that their portrayal of high school is basically exactly the same as Danny Phantom’s.

quick doodle during work, trying to figure out their faces and how they all differ from one another

quick doodle during work, trying to figure out their faces and how they all differ from one another

You don’t have a family.

(Lilocap and Buckystitch, part 7. Previously: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)

just a brief note—i added “vampires can’t surf” and “captain america” tags to my sidebar for easier navigation!

uwaaaah:

so I have a whiteboard in my cubicle at work where I’m doing my internship, and I decided I had to put it to use. So I’ve been drawing superheroes on it every day for a little over a week now—and I intend to keep going!

All my future drawings will be uploaded (hopefully) daily to whiteboardheroes!

That’s the Ugly Duckling. See? He’s sad because he’s all alone…

Lilocap and Buckystitch, continued. (see previously: part 1, 2, 3, 4, 5)

1950s Soviet AU where Stepan (although he prefers his English nickname “Steve”) is an America-idolizing stilyaga obsessed with all the latest taboo Western trends and Bucky Yasha is a by the book patriotic komsomolets whose job is to make sure everyone follows party policy.
Yasha and Steve have crossed paths a lot at big stilyaga parties that the Komsomol is constantly breaking up.

1950s Soviet AU where Stepan (although he prefers his English nickname “Steve”) is an America-idolizing stilyaga obsessed with all the latest taboo Western trends and Bucky Yasha is a by the book patriotic komsomolets whose job is to make sure everyone follows party policy.

Yasha and Steve have crossed paths a lot at big stilyaga parties that the Komsomol is constantly breaking up.

"Ohana" means family. "Family" means nobody gets left behind or forgotten. But if you want to leave, you can.

(Lilocap and Buckystitch madness continues. see also, part 1, 2, 3, 4)

today i learned that god must truly exist, because this boy i saw on the bus today was divine

today i learned that god must truly exist, because this boy i saw on the bus today was divine