white-knuckles17 asked:

Would you ever consider uploading some of your digital painting PDF's and/or doing step-by-step digital coloring tutorials so we can see how the picture was colored, how many layers you used, and explain what effects each layer gives off to the painting and why you painted the picture that way?

Sure, I’d be happy to stream something and explain as I go. IF this gets enough likes to make it worthwhile.




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Dirty Justice #4
Written by: Steve Stamatiadis
Art by: Steve StamatiadisCover by: Steve StamatiadisPrice: $1.99 The rogue breaker, Skarra Boc, finally catches up with Justice at Dreamers Vale and she’s planning on making things personal… if she gets the chance.  Justice will prevail but at what cost? Her past comes back to haunt her, as those things usually tend to do.  Why are you reading this? The comic is much more interesting and has all this stuff in it. Buy now on comiXology!

So happy that this is finally out. It was a major pain while I was working on it. There’s a big reveal about Justice’s past as well as a new challenger as Kit joins the adventure.
Anyway I hope you can help support future Blade Kitten comics by dropping a few dollars on the digital version. (or better yet all four issues). Sales of this will go a long way to influencing future comics from me - as in if it’s worth doing. I hope it is - I want to to more Kit stories - lots more. So please vote with your wallets if you’d like to see them too.

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You can buy it!

Dirty Justice #4

Written by: Steve Stamatiadis

Art by: Steve Stamatiadis
Cover by: Steve Stamatiadis
Price: $1.99

The rogue breaker, Skarra Boc, finally catches up with Justice at Dreamers Vale and she’s planning on making things personal… if she gets the chance.

Justice will prevail but at what cost? Her past comes back to haunt her, as those things usually tend to do.

Why are you reading this? The comic is much more interesting and has all this stuff in it.

Buy now on comiXology!

So happy that this is finally out. It was a major pain while I was working on it. There’s a big reveal about Justice’s past as well as a new challenger as Kit joins the adventure.

Anyway I hope you can help support future Blade Kitten comics by dropping a few dollars on the digital version. (or better yet all four issues). Sales of this will go a long way to influencing future comics from me - as in if it’s worth doing. I hope it is - I want to to more Kit stories - lots more. So please vote with your wallets if you’d like to see them too.

**Post for the other side of the world peeps.

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staff:

Today’s the day. The day you help save the internet from being ruined.

Ready? 

Yes, you are, and we’re ready to help you.

(Long story short: The FCC is about to make a critical decision as to whether or not internet service providers have to treat all traffic equally. If they choose wrong, then the internet where anyone could start a website for any reason at all, the internet that’s been so momentous, funny, weird, and surprising—that internet could cease to exist. Here’s your chance to preserve a beautiful thing.)

You can buy it!

Dirty Justice #4

Dirty Justice #4



Written by: Steve Stamatiadis
Art by: Steve Stamatiadis
Cover by: Steve Stamatiadis
Price: $1.99

The rogue breaker, Skarra Boc, finally catches up with Justice at Dreamers Vale and she’s planning on making things personal… if she gets the chance.

Justice will prevail but at what cost? Her past comes back to haunt her, as those things usually tend to do.

Why are you reading this? The comic is much more interesting and has all this stuff in it.

Buy now on comiXology!

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fykamalakhan:

MS. MARVEL #8 (Release: September 10th, 2014)
by G. Willow Wilson, Adrian Alphona, & Ian Herring

Full preview can be found here.

MS. MARVEL is pretty much my favorite comic read at the moment. It just reminds me so much of what I used to love about the early Spider-Man comics. That sense of fun balancing out responsibility and learning to be a super hero.  Yet it has its own voice too. If you’re not reading it, you’re really missing out.