Anonymous said: Why noooo? D: Do you just not need another headworld/story atm? XD

Considering I am sharing my brain with 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 simultaneous, complex and very much active stories (not counting the dozens of back-burnered and dormant projects, and ignoring my full-time job)—yeah, I don’t need another project to split my focus. |’D

(I’m writing about Sagan whoops this wasn’t supposed to happen)

*takes break from writing*

Okay, I’m gonna draw this. It’s gonna be a comic. It’ll be great.

*creates layout of one page, gets frustrated, takes break from drawing*

*starts writing again*

Oh goddamnit.

saikoupsycho said: I'm just a little bit in love with Sagan. Glorious, glorious creature that he is.

Use this as your author photo when you publish UNWANTED.

What, it’s better than this totally-awesome-and-not-remotely-dorky picture of me astride a horse in Arizona from a few years back?

…Dramatically gesturing to a saguaro cactus it is, then.

Ode to a Saguaro Cactus
(two of my friends just got married and the wedding/reception was held at the nearby Botanical Conservatory; roommate wanted to know if I wanted my picture with the 100-year-old saguaro, and of course I did)

Ode to a Saguaro Cactus

(two of my friends just got married and the wedding/reception was held at the nearby Botanical Conservatory; roommate wanted to know if I wanted my picture with the 100-year-old saguaro, and of course I did)

Stick-Gods ~ Dark Side of the Moon

morph-tyler said: I know Lewis and Clark Month came and went for this year, but do you mind telling me how Lewis might have qualified as good leader? From what I've seen, you know quite a lot about the gent

Well, thank you! c: Phew, I could ramble about that… However, I can say nothing that hasn’t already been thoroughly and beautifully covered in Clay Jenkinson’s The Character of Meriwether Lewis: Explorer in the Wilderness. I recommend it to any Lewis & Clark history buff, but, of course, I HIGHLY recommend it to those who are fascinated by Lewis in particular. It’s basically my Lewis bible; a great deal of what you hear from me on the subject is informed by that book.

katwylder:

novacattrueborn:

saltwaterandink:

quicksandbuddy:

Egyptian mythology is best mythology

ISIS
NO

ROTFL

So, this looks like something for inonibird

Aaaaand after browsing a few random strips, this looks like a comic I need to check out in general~ ouo

katwylder:

novacattrueborn:

saltwaterandink:

quicksandbuddy:

Egyptian mythology is best mythology

ISIS

NO

ROTFL

So, this looks like something for inonibird

Aaaaand after browsing a few random strips, this looks like a comic I need to check out in general~ ouo

(Source: lunacswitchyblog)

councilofdays said: Is it just me or has Set's snout gotten fatter over time? Gotta cut down on those tacos, man.

That’s actually been a deliberate stylistic transition~ His curved snout was looking a bit too similar to Thoth’s beak back in the beginning, so I’ve been tweaking its shape over the months.

THAT SAID, Set will eat as many tacos as he darn well pleases! HE’S THE GOD OF TACOS! >:U ALL the tacos with all the…..condiments.

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