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I’ve added easy links into my description bar, so even if you’re on mobile, you can find my art tag or my reblog-blog or whatever.

mattmcguigan:

I’ve been looking at a lot of Grim Fandango things. It looks like a cool game that  wish I’d played when it came out. Here is Manny Calavera who is a classy skeledude.

Truth

mattmcguigan:

I’ve been looking at a lot of Grim Fandango things. It looks like a cool game that wish I’d played when it came out. Here is Manny Calavera who is a classy skeledude.

Truth

#inktober for October 7th. “Stars” #stars #plant #rocks #space #moon #saturn #art #drawing #illustration

#inktober for October 7th. “Stars” #stars #plant #rocks #space #moon #saturn #art #drawing #illustration

the-full-grohac:

fangamer:

Be Part of Gaming’s Feminist Illuminati

Fangamer has partnered with Elizabeth Simins to bring you a shirt that people have been begging for for months - Gaming’s Feminist Illuminati. Choose from a v-neck or crew neck & each style is available in pink or black! And best of all - $4 of each sale goes straight to Girls Make Games~

Note: We released this shirt last night and it’s already our fastest-selling product! We’re starting to sell out of certain sizes, so we’re currently working on a reprint. If we’re sold out of your size, please select your size & color when you sign up for the restock notice on the product page so we know how many to order next time! Thank you! :)

Some people asked where I got mine. Here you go!

Fantastic

thisisbennett:

dinolich:

Season of the Lich by DIN0LICH
This turned out really cool

nice smokey smoke

I love the color variety in this.

thisisbennett:

dinolich:

Season of the Lich by DIN0LICH

This turned out really cool

nice smokey smoke

I love the color variety in this.

gabemiller:

Frederik modeled most of our combat characters in Costume Quest 2. Super talented dude, that Frederik.

wonkypolygons:

Highres versions here:
Wolf: 
http://frederikstorm.com/images/3d/CQ2_Wolf.jpg
Dentist: 
http://frederikstorm.com/images/3d/CQ2_DentistNormal.jpg
HotDog: 
http://frederikstorm.com/images/3d/CQ2_Dog.jpg
Jefferson: 
http://frederikstorm.com/images/3d/CQ2_Jefferson.jpg

Here are some models I did for Double Fine’s Costume Quest 2. (I did do a lot more, but for now, I’m gonna stick with these 4, it takes time to render and pose them hehe)

It was a joy to work on for various reasons, but a big thing for me was that I got to sit and do Scott C’s concepts in 3D!

Anyway, I hope you guys like them, I’ll throw out some more, if I have time to pose and render them.

That headed hot dog is mega cute. Make that a toy asap, Gabe.

anthonyholden:

Hope everyone’s having a great Friday! Here’s my #inktober round-up from last week.

See the daily posts on Facebook and Instagram. Let’s journey together!

PS, can you believe the month is more than half over already?!

Anthony, your inks are so solid. Teach meeeee.

jetgreguar:

infinitryproductions:

essex-alpha:

okamidensetsu:

the-ankle-rocker:

This… 1000 times this.

Agreed.

Gaming is about having fun and it gets better with the more people you share it with. Phenomenal advise.

Like, I shouldn’t have to present benefits to being a decent person, but seriously, the more people WANT to play, the better it gets.

i’m waiting for the inevitable clownshoes “devils advocate” response but all in all this is real good shit

What a world

We’ll see if this takes

alliartist:

I’m going to pull back on reblogging so much on this blog and try to make this more about my art, so I made a rebloggy blog.

wafflegravy.tumblr.com

Do what you like with that knowledge.

gaymanga:

Don’t reblog.
When you see a complete manga or comic posted by someone other than the original artist, please don’t reblog. It’s one thing to privately enjoy a bootlegged work and another to publicly advance its spread. I try to refrain from getting negative about piracy on this blog, but it saddens me when I see it directly affecting artists who I love. 
Seizoh Ebisubashi is a truly freelance, full time gay manga artist. He left G-men last year to pursue an independent career in this niche within a niche. Ebisubashi voluntarily shares a boatload of his artwork on Tumblr in an effort to directly reach fans. Recently, he’d noticed a surge of postings by other users sharing his comics in their entirety. Here’s what he wrote about the subject in a Tumblr post last week. Translation by Anne Ishii:

"Hi. Nice to meet you, this is Seizoh Ebisubashi. I have a message concerning the manga you recently published on your Tumblr. I’m glad you were able to enjoy my manga but when you post it for free for anyone to download it seriously damages my ability to keep up paid publishing work and has a direct effect on my life. If you could at least read it on your own and not make it public, I’d be grateful."
I sent the above message to a Tumblr account that posted one of my works in its entirety. It’s not like it’s the first time this has happened. My stuff has been published without permission before, but it’s been work from magazines and compilations, scanned and uploaded, which isn’t to say it’s fine, but at least it’s limited in scope, and I reason to myself, it might serve as some kind of publicity for my complete works. Whereas this is the wholesale publishing of an entire story by one person—three volumes—and if someone sees that it’s available for free they will think it only their due right to read it for free going forward. It cuts directly into my income and has a profound effect on my life. I just ask that anyone encountering this consider resisting the urge to download the work and suffice with the previews I offer on my own site. 
I’ve been publishing my work in JPEG format because I trust my readers not to exploit it, but if this keeps up I will have to publish in a non-downloadable PDF format that probably won’t be viewable on Macs [ed note: with a type of manga DRM that’s notoriously clunky and only works on certain operating systems]. At the very least, if you come across a free downloadable version, please don’t then spread it or publish it on your own site.

The posts he’s referring to tend to have hundreds of likes and reblogs. Once these bootlegs become ubiquitous, Ebisubashi stops getting paid for his work, and it becomes impossible for him to make art for a living. But you can break the chain! By just not reblogging. Reblogging a bootleg comic may seem like a small, meaningless gesture, but it directly counters the efforts of the artists whose work you’re enjoying. 
I won’t pretend that I can offer a complete solution to the problems of accessibility through our small (but earnest!) efforts at MASSIVE. Anne and I are passionately engaged in eliminating the divide between gay mangaka and English-speaking gay manga fans. We want to get so much more manga translated and published here— but it’s not a fast or easy process and we still have a long way to go.
In the meantime, artists like Ebisubashi are doing their best to offer their hard work to readers directly through sites like Digiket and BOOTH. Let’s support them wherever possible! 
♥ Graham

gaymanga:

Don’t reblog.

When you see a complete manga or comic posted by someone other than the original artist, please don’t reblog. It’s one thing to privately enjoy a bootlegged work and another to publicly advance its spread. I try to refrain from getting negative about piracy on this blog, but it saddens me when I see it directly affecting artists who I love. 

Seizoh Ebisubashi is a truly freelance, full time gay manga artist. He left G-men last year to pursue an independent career in this niche within a niche. Ebisubashi voluntarily shares a boatload of his artwork on Tumblr in an effort to directly reach fans. Recently, he’d noticed a surge of postings by other users sharing his comics in their entirety. Here’s what he wrote about the subject in a Tumblr post last week. Translation by Anne Ishii:

"Hi. Nice to meet you, this is Seizoh Ebisubashi. I have a message concerning the manga you recently published on your Tumblr. I’m glad you were able to enjoy my manga but when you post it for free for anyone to download it seriously damages my ability to keep up paid publishing work and has a direct effect on my life. If you could at least read it on your own and not make it public, I’d be grateful."

I sent the above message to a Tumblr account that posted one of my works in its entirety. It’s not like it’s the first time this has happened. My stuff has been published without permission before, but it’s been work from magazines and compilations, scanned and uploaded, which isn’t to say it’s fine, but at least it’s limited in scope, and I reason to myself, it might serve as some kind of publicity for my complete works. Whereas this is the wholesale publishing of an entire story by one person—three volumes—and if someone sees that it’s available for free they will think it only their due right to read it for free going forward. It cuts directly into my income and has a profound effect on my life. I just ask that anyone encountering this consider resisting the urge to download the work and suffice with the previews I offer on my own site. 

I’ve been publishing my work in JPEG format because I trust my readers not to exploit it, but if this keeps up I will have to publish in a non-downloadable PDF format that probably won’t be viewable on Macs [ed note: with a type of manga DRM that’s notoriously clunky and only works on certain operating systems]. At the very least, if you come across a free downloadable version, please don’t then spread it or publish it on your own site.

The posts he’s referring to tend to have hundreds of likes and reblogs. Once these bootlegs become ubiquitous, Ebisubashi stops getting paid for his work, and it becomes impossible for him to make art for a living. But you can break the chain! By just not reblogging. Reblogging a bootleg comic may seem like a small, meaningless gesture, but it directly counters the efforts of the artists whose work you’re enjoying. 

I won’t pretend that I can offer a complete solution to the problems of accessibility through our small (but earnest!) efforts at MASSIVE. Anne and I are passionately engaged in eliminating the divide between gay mangaka and English-speaking gay manga fans. We want to get so much more manga translated and published here— but it’s not a fast or easy process and we still have a long way to go.

In the meantime, artists like Ebisubashi are doing their best to offer their hard work to readers directly through sites like Digiket and BOOTH. Let’s support them wherever possible! 

♥ Graham