T started calling me Egg and it’s the best nickname I’ve ever had. Then I saw the episode of Malcolm in the Middle with Dewy’s friend Egg… Well, I still like the nickname. I’m almost positive that’s where he got it from. He calls my cat Egg as well. :| We’re eggs.
pilesofpixels said: Isn’t this the third act from Cabin in the Woods? It looks an awful lot like it.
Oh my god. You’re totally right. It is just the story of
a group of trope-like teenagers on vacation to a mysterious cabin that’s actually a set-up to ritually…
OH MY GOD THAT MEANS YOU GUYS PREEMPTIVELY RIPPED OFF THAT MOVIE BEFORE YOU KNEW IT EXISTED. WOW. WHOA. QUICK TELL ME THE PLOT OF THE NEXT COOL HORROR MOVIE I WANNA KNOW IT. YOU TWO ARE GOOD.
I honestly don’t understand how someone would see a single page of a comic that is pretty much nothing like that movie and go “Wow these are the same thing!”
Every time I think of the black market, I actually imagine a market, with little stalls selling illegal things like nuclear weapons and organs.
I THOUGHT I WAS ALONE
WAIT SO THAT’S NOT WHAT IT IS
"QUICK THE COPS ARE COMING!" *everyone frantically tries to collapse their trestle tables*
WHA-BAM. Check out this old art! And I mean OLD: 2001. All pieces drawn on September 2 or 3.
I’m finally holding myself up to my “Let’s Share Some REALLY Embarrassing Old Art” goals. :D
Brainsick used to be called “Paranoia.” It revolved around a stray, Paranoid, and his daily struggles against a fearsome gang of alley cats - one of which later befriends him. It was briefly set in London, because I’d recently discovered The Elephant Man and it had a HUGE impact on me.
THANK GOD I scrapped this scenario.
I thought I was being clever by spelling common words in a weird way. Ooooh, seventh grade.
How do you like my Prismacoloring? =P
…I’m still mortified by my misspelling of “reservoir.”
Oh HELL I even misspelled “scary.” GDI.
NO HE’S NOT A DOG HE IS A CAT, JILL. HE IS A CAT.
I share your love of old are. Makes you feel so good knowing you’ve improved!
Also known as a Satanic Leaf-tailed Gecko, this tiny reptile will grow up to be a phenomenal master of camouflage with legs that look like branches and a tail that perfectly resembles dead, dry leaves. “Even zoo keepers have a hard time finding the lizards in their enclosure.”
Photos by Stephanie Adams