if the creator of that bear and cop show is ~so sorry~ about using slurs in their online presence why is their shop name still the incredibly homophobic “livethefaggotry”
you think if someone wanted to distance themselves from the past theyd actually, you know, follow through on that instead of painting a surface gloss on it.
while we’re at it, why are people framing the unpaid hard work of up and coming animators as a valiant act of charity+good ~exposure~. pay your fucking animators
Guys I super super super never usually do this but I really gotta speak out about this project.
A bunch of my friends used to work for this project and I emphasize USED TO because the people working on the project bullied one out of working, made another quit due to their hypocritical and disgusting work ethic and is withholding/refusing payment for the work they’ve done (which is a lot). They’ve even sent a termination letter that was basically a personal attack on my friend and threatened that if they said anything slanderous, they wouldn’t get paid.
Another was promised a certain sum of money to animate and clean up the previews and is WONDERFULLY DONE only to be thrown out and substituted with the work officially shown in the previews after previously demanding work to be done on a fast turnaround, despite her having a full time job. Even after completing all of her work within the time she promised, she was only offered less than a fifth of what was previously agreed on.
The writer that attended VanCaf lied to get sales claiming that certain works were done by the creator when it was done by someone else in the group.
Guys, do not support the project for the sake of my friends who were cast aside and bullied from this project as well as the absolutely shoddy quality of what’s presented here.
please boost the hell out of this, I know the concept might be cute but it’s not worth supporting people like this
Not to mention 20% of the $80,000 budget is going towards merchandise for some reason? And then there’s the whole topic of the police brutality in the RCMP and the fact that Mr. Truffles himself may or may have been put down
There are so many better things to spend your money on
This is glorious and even though it doesn’t fit in the range of all the paranormal, creepy and science I usually post, I MUST share
It works like this: You tell Kitestring that you’re in a dangerous place or situation, and give it a time frame of when to check in on you. If you don’t reply back when it checks your status, it’ll alert your emergency contacts with a custom message you set up.
It doesn’t require you to touch anything (like bSafe) or shake your phone (like Nirbhaya) to send the distress signal. Kitestring is smarter, because it doesn’t need an action to alert people, it needs inaction.
People don’t like creases in posters! I know that I was taught never to fold art. So I devised a very uh… thrifty… method to prevent such crimes.
This is how I will be mailing my posters via letter-size envelopes. Would anyone be interested in this method? It’s about $18 cheaper than the alternative (mailing tubes).
Also feel free to try this out because I think it could be helpful to many.
Oh, and if there are concerns about me taping to the printed side, it is actually easier to peel off the tape from the oil-based ink. :)
Hey everybody! I decided to start a Patreon for As the Crow Flies. If you’re a reader and would like to help support the comic, this is a great way to do so! And if not, you should still go check it out so you can watch the goofy little video I animated for it.
Thanks so much, everybody! I know I say this a lot, but reader support means the world to me — you guys are the best <3
Bee and PuppyCat #1 First Printing Is Sold Out
Congratulations, Natasha, Garrett, Britt, Madeleine, Shannon, and all the great folks at BOOM! Studios.
A second printing is in the works (see the above cover by Leslie Hung). It will hit stores on June 25, a week after the release of #2.
And a big thank you to all the fans who purchased one.
My Bee and Puppycat cover! It’s my first Boom cover and I had a lot of fun doing it!
this is what i live for