New titty time was really good! Up until the end. There was no dramatic moneyshot, felt like it ended with a fizzle. Their body language was good, but… It was barely a dribble. You seem to have a thing for realism, but I personally hit myself in the face fairly often. Idunno, just sharing my feedback.
I never know when an ask can be answered publicly or not BUT…
HOLY SHIT, DICKS, KEEP SCROLLING... I'm just saying maybe you wanna scroll REAL FAST so that you may avoid a head-on collision with dicks... unless "head-on collission with dicks" appeals to you, then by all means scroll sllllooooowwwwwwwly... but otherwise D I C K S
That shirt is wwwaaayy long and I think it’d look better over leggings. The skirt ( which wouldn’t photo in the bad lighting cry cry cry) has seams and buttons and a wide band that’s frankly better worn over a shirt than under…… but both were new I wanted to wear both cuz I’m a toddler
i love when you use thinner lines like this. i think it really allows your lines to flow and breathe. that girl on the right knocks me out!
Thanks! I’ve been trying to gradually thin/vary my lines in a lot of my work, I think it might be noticable in new LMN pages and slipshine stuff. I just don’t wanna change it overnight and it look super different.
I was wondering, would we get to know more about Gregory any time soon? Will he make an appearance of sorts in the near distant future of LMN?
In I wanna say 2 chapters he’s gonna be reintroduced to the plot and there will be more explained about him and before the comic is halfway done he’s going to be actively moving the plot along. He’s gonna end up being a pretty big piece of the story by the end of it.
I have never done that because Ive gotten nice messages from LGBT folk who have benefited from privacy when divulging details of their lives as is relevant to their messages, but I cannot handle the messages I’ve received today and yesterday. I already got upset about the content of these messages on Twitter, I’m not gonna be a broken record. But the content of these messages has been really insensitive and shitty and straight-up misogynistic, and I finally just can’t read another one, and I will block people who are persistent and continue to cross these boundaries I’m pretty clear about.
“He’s socially awkward so you just have to accept his behavior.” is not a very good excuse. Society is a contract. We all get certain rewards for behaving properly. Being socially awkward just tells me you didn’t do a good job reading the terms.
Isn’t it kind of rude to assume that all socially awkward people are gonna say or do socially inappropriate things? I mean, some of us just don’t know how to talk to people.
No, it’s not rude to assume socially awkward people are gonna say socially inappropriate things, because as you yourself said: “some of us just don’t know how to talk to people.” So that would lead me to believe that not knowing how to talk to people would result in socially unacceptable things.
Speaking as someone who used to be extremely socially awkward and has made a lot of personal strides in growing up and gaining confidence, I don’t see it as being wrong to assume this of someone socially awkward, because being socially awkward isn’t a personality trait — it’s a flaw that results in bad judgement calls like the topic at hand due to an affected world-view that would make this sort of thing seem acceptable when it is not.
It's awful to see that you have to deal with sexual harassment at cons. Out of curiosity (and because I'm an aspiring female artist [who's also pretty large chested.] and I hope to start going to cons.) is there anybody you can go to/report it to if it gets too out of hand? That kind of behavior is totally unacceptable, extraordinarily rude, and its something I'm a bit afraid of facing.
If it’s something you’re generally worried about, most conventions have staff and/or volunteers walking the floors. If you feel like someone’s really bothering you and they don’t leave when you ask, try to get the attention of a staff member/volunteer, because they can help redirect the person or contact someone else if need be. Heck, it’s nice to be friendly with the staff/volunteers anyway outside of these concerns, so that’d a) make you have more fun by being social with them b) make you feel a little less alone.
Also having a booth partner helps, either a friend or another artist. Make them aware about the things you’re uncomfortable and worried about, especially if you feel like you might be too meek to stand up to whoever’s behaving inappropriately — if your booth partner knows what the deal is, it’s really helpful to have moral support. And they can help keep an eye out for staff/volunteers, too.
Heck if you have another artist friend or attendee there, text them if something is going down. Maybe they can do something as simple as butt in and ask you about your books and completely butt the jerk out, or help find a staff member to bring to the table.
I think the most important thing is not feeling alone, because if you feel alone and outnumbered, you’re more likely to get quiet and let it happen when it gets out of hand.
And as much as this sucks, and it’s scared me in the past, don’t let it worry you so much you don’t have fun. I’ve had tons of fun at conventions, and there have been many where I didn’t get harassed even once and everyone was fun and great.
You know, I hate to say this but you do realize that this site and the con's where you have tables at are usually filled with people who are commonly socially awkward civilians, right? I mean it's incredibly rude to just openly talk about your breasts like they're a common subject, but it's a give in to expect for awkward people. That being said, don't stop being cute, don't let a handful of idiots get to you besides I bet you inspire some other girls to be cute.
I understand it’s a given some people will behave like this, but I think for me or anyone else to ever feel okay with it happening is just as unacceptable as it happening.
It’s not okay. Ever. And I at least wanted to communicate to the people who do follow me and have done this how I feel about it, and how it makes me feel. No, I don’t think these messages were intended to hurt me, I’m sure some were misguided attempts to compliment me or make me feel good about myself — so that’s why its important to be vocal and say, no. The opposite happened, and this behavior made a person very uncomfortable.
And I’m gonna continue dressing how I like, thank you.
Though to be fair, I do use my comic as a way of making light of something that’s a pain in my own rear and also interject some of my own experiences into it. It’s definitely on purpose, played straight and for laughs.