A moment from last summer, when my friend and fellow cartoonist Luke Foster came to visit...I was the very last stop on his cross country journey, before he headed back home :)
Socks with holes suck. Pity sucks. Pity sex, also kinda sucks. I'm a girl, I can say that. I've also been on both the giving and receiving end of said encounters, and it sucks. Both sides. So, now I'm a nun. (I'm not really a nun, they wouldn't let me into the convent :/)
It is fortuitous that I would have a comic about Luke, because he's got a Kickstarter campaign up RIGHT NOW for the Drawn Away Comic Travelogue- his cartoon-illustrated, informative, and true book of the trip he took across America!
Do consider lending your support, we need more comics in the world. Listen to the words that are coming out of your screen. Go HERE: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2136850626/drawn-away-a-cartoonist-tours-america-a-comic-trav
In other "news", I am working on somehow frankenstine-ing my zombietoes etsy shop into the Dorkling cartoon brand. This means nothing to you, I know. Basically, it's a lot of brainstorming and design work and thinking and reorganizing of products and whatnot...none of which can be seen or appreciated at the moment. So, forgive the recent lack of new, fun art in my shop, and I swear that one day I will be cool again.
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
You're Not the Kielbasa of Me!
I think everything that needs to be said about this has been said in the actual comic. Go shopping, support my art, damnit! Hahahaha, but really: zombietoes.etsy.com
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Labels: cooks, dorkling, emily white, food jokes, funny kielbasa cartoon, illustration, kitchen workers, lowbrow humor, support art, too much food, too much innuendo, web comic, zombietoes
Thursday, March 6, 2014
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