One of my favorite webcomics is Sister Claire. As the couple who writes and draws it is off for their anniversary this week, they opened up guest pages.
If you'd like to see mine (and read a pretty neat comic), click and head for Sister Claire!
Thank you 5everSeriously I can't thank you guys enough.Thank you 5ever by Moesiel
To my new and continuing watchers from my last account, thank you for believing in me enough to migrate to this account or to watch me with very little to go on (this gallery is TINY right now truly, haha!).
My inbox is blowing up and...I'm overwhelmed with feels.
To new people, I hope you look to get to know me, I'll do the same!
To the people I do know/remember, THANK YOU FOR CONTINUING TO SUPPORT ME.
Without you I don't know where I'd be.
I'm excited for projects to come, even if I have to wait a month for me to be completely finished with this semester.
Making this account feels like spring has sprung.
Now I just have to clean my room.
I have a bunch of links above with where else you can find me on the internet, but I thought I'd elaborate on them for now so that new watchers can have an idea of what they're looking at
My Facebook page is meant to upload sketches,
Turn of PhraseWell, I'm back from MoCCA Fest. Had a great time. I didn't sell too many books or posters, but I met some great people and had a fine time hanging around with Jim. Me and him, we're tight now.Turn of Phrase by JoeEngland
But that's not what I began this journal entry to say! And I didn't start it to drum up support for a humanitarian petition either, though if you're interested there's one right here. Sounds like a good cause, and worth a few seconds of time. Think about it, won't you? Actually, what I really wanted to contemplate here was the nature of the "can you do better" line of reasoning.
You've probably heard this one before. Someone asks you, after or during some form of criticism, if you can do better. And if you can't, it's implied, you have no right to cast judgment. What gets me about