• Nothing more daunting than a blank page — except a brand-new expensive notebook, of course. Oh, the stress of trying to fill a beautiful book with beautiful contents!

  • Devlog: major updates/changes to Grim now available on Itch. Waiting to upload some art.

  • “Birch Trees” project

  • I am afraid that my dreams may be easier than my world; lest it eclipse me and envelop me in the black ink of indecision. False politics, false gods, false people, and true blood. True, red blood. What greater honor than to be clothed in Liberty before venturing into the unknown.

  • Remember people; Covid can hear your holiday jingles! If you play festive music too loudly, you may experience INSTANT DEATH. We don’t even need comedians anymore 😂

  • Notice: I have taken up Grim the TTRPG again, making good progress!

  • It feels so much better to live in a place with no WiFi and less 5G towers. I got caught out on my Republican vs. Democrat argument and all the better for it. We all have the ability to make a decision and we should treat each other like humans, like we deserve.

  • The Dive occurs to a select few. I understand there’s darkness and if I wanted to I could probably enter that state of ecstasy, but I prefer the simple things of this realm for the safety of my soul. The questions asked for centuries cannot be answered by one. Trust in Oneness.

  • “Sailing, Sailing, Over the Ocean Blue” Was stuck on a boat for three days with 25 knot winds and no devices. Magical at night, though.

  • I can either spend my evening designing a costume I won’t be able to wear or try to make a comic. Yeah, with the election coming up I forgot it was Halloween. Happy cosplay to thee!

  • How can someone say that being black is not a monolithic experience, then enter a spitting rage at black people who don’t share the exact same ideas? Use logic. Arguing with someone requires you to acknowledge them as equal. Codependence.

  • People who don’t want to make a decision are just as guilty as those who act harmfully. They bury their heads in the sand and hope that they won’t be affected by their lack of action, and unfortunately between human nature and subversion, that instinct is greater than ever. Even when they’re presented with undeniable evidence, they don’t want to take action because it’s “futile.” Well, if you don’t take action, you don’t get to complain, because you didn’t even try. We’re coded and wired to be helpless by the hopeless media.

  • They who give themselves the least will be rewarded the most.

  • Zodiac No. 1 ✍🏽🎨 My first inked comic! Bought my first dip pens today.

  • Growing in the gutter. Vertical volunteers at their greatest 😄

  • The more people you test, the more positive results you get. That’s just common sense. People don’t want to talk about percentages, because then we might realize numbers can be skewed to persuade or frighten viewers. Less than %0.001 of U.S. citizens have died from Covid.

  • “That’s Not True” Paranorman! Didn’t have space for the signature, might move the drawings to DeviantArt.

  • It doesn’t matter which side you are on: journalists are meant to ask the hard questions and find the story, be it Trump or Biden. “What kind of flavor milkshake do you prefer?” isn’t a question for a presidential candidate, that’s kindergarten story-time.

  • Your health starts with what you eat. If you eat good food, your body will be healthy, if you eat cup ramen everyday you will have issues. Good food comes from a good farmer, and we need to remember them.

  • “Gag.” Wearing a mask 24/7 is akin to leaving the engine on in the garage. These are OSHA professionals. thehighwire.com/videos/ma…

  • I internally debate whether to only share positive thoughts or reveal my true self. But if I only do the “meditations,” I forget what truly matters and never accomplish anything. Not to mention you are lying to yourself. Discussion on the hard things is necessary for improvement.

  • BOOM!

  • If you want to see change in the police system, try changing what they’re being taught. It’s a hard job. Beyond that, I don’t see these people becoming police officers. It’s easier to complain than it is to actually create change.

  • Introducing racism into children’s conversation just a tad bit early? I mean, ask any child who that kid is and what’ll they tell you? “That’s a kid!” We should stop telling children to see colors or white as evil. We are not our predecessors, we grow. It’s harmful to see yourself as inherently evil.

  • Third Time’s the Charm!

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