the best mn

pleasureworship  asked:

can i just say, i just found your blog (quite literally a few minutes ago) thru someone I follow and I love how you draw fat bodies? They're so realistic and yet so nicely stylized. I adore how you've even taken into consideration how the anatomy moves/sits/ect with the extra fat (re: posing; bc as a fat person myself IK i stand much differently than a thin person would and i rarely see that kinda thing in art??). Very lovely details ; v ; tysm for this aaaa

AHHHHH Thank you for this! I really want to stylized and cartoony with a hint of realism so hearing that means so much. 

anonymous asked:

Alex does have other friends he hangs out with plus David said he works out all the time. It's not like he only allowed to hang with David and the squad. His best friend from mn just moved to LA so he's probably spending time with like Heath did with kam

they all have lives outside of the vlogs, alex especially

Imaginary Fiends is a new six-part sci-fi/horror comics from Vertigo byTim Seeley (off of Hack/Slash and Revival) and Stephen Molnar.

“Polly Peachpit.” Those were the words ten-year-old Brinke Calle said when she was found covered in her own blood by the woods in rural Cannon Falls, MN. Her best friend, Melba, had just attempted to murder her because a spider girl named Polly Peachpit told her to. Since that day, Melba has spent seven years in a mental health facility. Tomorrow is her eighteenth birthday. Tomorrow, she’ll be transferred to a federal prison. Tomorrow, her real sentence will begin.

That is, until she receives a visit from FBI Agent Virgil Crockett. Crockett explains that there is another world beyond ours, where hungry spectral aliens stalk the minds of the impressionable and weak. These things, called IMPs (Interdimensional Mental Parasites) feed on compliance. They convince hosts to do things for them, and the more they feed, the stronger they become. More IMPs stream into the world each day, invisible to everyone but his or her hosts.

After years of drugs and counseling, Polly and Melba have developed a unique relationship—and to Crockett, this relationship represents something her people can work with. In exchange for release from prison, Crockett asks Melba (and Polly) to serve as IMP hunters. For Melba, it’s a chance to prove that she’s innocent, convinced to murder by a monster…a monster she must now unleash.
On sale NOVEMBER 15 • 32 pg, FC, 1 of 6, $3.99 US • MATURE READERS