I love Link a lot, but the older I get the more I sympathize with Ganondorf.
I have nothing but the strongest admiration for everyone who shares their living space with one of these little murder machines.
I drew this comic for the Catsploitation 2 zine created and edited by Matthew Ragsdale (@blankvalleyfilm on Instagram). You can get a copy of the zine from Matthew’s store (here).
A girl’s gotta do what a girl’s gotta do.
A conversation with a friend reminded me that “self-care” means actually taking care of yourself at work. “Working through the pain” is sometimes necessary in special circumstances, but it shouldn’t be expected, and it definitely shouldn’t be the default.
I made this comic to psyche myself up to apply to a fandom zine I was 99% sure would reject me.
They did in fact reject me, but I’m glad I applied. While I was putting together a portfolio to submit to them, I realized just how far I’ve come with visual art, and this filled me with determination to keep improving.
I should acknowledge that this piece is also a study in paneling based on a page of Aliza Layne‘s fantastic graphic novel Beetle & the Hollowbones, which I can’t recommend highly enough. I worked with Aliza to create a short comic awhile back, and it was an incredibly inspiring experience!
My phone anxiety has transformed into Zoom anxiety, but I am doing my best.
Both my fear of spiders and my haircut got better.
Everyone deserves to be cute in the Breath of the Wild sequel!