You know there are those days in your life where you think you can might possibly make something happen and then it works out. But in turn you also help make someone else’s day in the process. To Monica I am so happy that I was able to help you in meeting Felicia Day. I got your photo because it amazing and I thought it would be cool to get her to sign it. When she told me she wanted one also I almost told her, “Hold on give me like three seconds and I’ll be back with her!” I wanted to run to you and tell you. Seeing your reaction though coming back to tell you made my day and seeing Felicia’s reaction when she got it seeing her smile and seeing you smile made the start of this comic con an AMAZING one! Thank you!
I’m not terribly happy with the colors or a number of other things on this but that’s okay because WOW I LOVE THE SUMMERWEEN TRICKSTER what a great monster! I was so delighted to read the No Face homage on the wikia cause I totally got that~
I’m just delighted more and more by Gravity Falls, at this rate all my prints at DCC will be from it! ovo
My Storenvy is now open, where you can purchase my prints, stickers, original art, and more! Currently I only have stickers available, but will be listing more products soon. In honor of my store opening, I am having a sale where you can purchase 5 stickers for $10! Thank you for checking it out, and please pass it along to your friends! <3
Dean Winchester, known to the world as the gun-slinging western writer Kurt Smith, loves his career as an author, getting to spin his dreams of grand adventure and heroic deeds into best selling novels. Where blood, guts and glory may be Dean’s choice of entertainment, fellow author Castiel Novak, pen name Emmanuel Anael, chose the more philosophical route, using religion and narration of humanity’s condition to drive the plot of his tales. The two could not have more disdain for each other’s style of storytelling, which is made very much known through a happenstance meeting turned heated blow out. As fate seems to have a very interesting sense of humor, Dean and Castiel find themselves accidentally frequenting the same cafe after their disastrous first encounter, and both stubbornly decide to make The Caffeinated Moose their permanent go-to writing destination despite each other’s infuriating presence. Through spilled coffee, ruffled papers, blossoming words, and steam-fogged glasses, will something other than ink flow between these two talented writers?