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rebloggin’ this too

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two-girl teams… two-girl teams… two-girl teams… two-girl teams…
bonerland:

#nsfw cosplay

nsfw

pennicandies:

superhappy:

 Of course, I still get the occasional comment that my work is sloppy, only this time when I tell these critics to fuck off, I feel completely justified.

Josh, you always think you’re completely justified when you tell critics to fuck off.
I know this is fact because you’ve had to endure my own criticism of your work for like, 15 years already. (give or take…)

I’ll be the first to admit you’ve grown as a creator, too… and You Suck is a better work for all your years of growth. (despite all the kicking and screaming along the way…)

…But I swear on me mum, if you do another brain swap story arc I’m gonna muss you up, m8.

(Also, I had a cheeseburger with Robert DeJesus at McDonalds once. The McDonalds part is actually really quite embarrassing for me, but eh… it’s as good an excuse to name drop as any. )

You were one of my most helpful critics, RSJ. If not THE most :)

I love ya, man. *huggles*

On taking criticism

Seeing Aaron Diaz recently deal with criticism quite badly reminded me of the times in my life where I did the same thing…

Throughout my life, taking criticism really badly has always been a huge problem.

One of my earliest internet memories is from 1997, when someone on the Anime Fan Art Mailing List told me my art style was “hard to get used to” but “interesting”. It wasn’t even a mean-spirited comment… yet I totally went off on him.

When I think back on it, I’m kinda surprised that mailing list tolerated my presence since then.

Bryan O’Malley was also on that mailing list. I am name-dropping him because I am a name-dropper. But also he was pretty nice to me and I appreciate it.

As the years went by, my ways of dealing with criticism became kinda weird. Inasmuch that I would always be dismissive of it, if not outright hostile toward it, at FIRST, but afterward, as the months would go by, I would very gradually and begrudgingly follow that advice.

The most recent example would have to be when I was doing Chapter 12 of Girly. While I was doing it, I got no end of complaints about how sloppy my art style became. And my response was invariably to tell people to fuck off. I’d argue with my readers in my own forums and even post on 4chan on more than one occasion to tell people off.

Then I spent the next three years working pretty hard on cleaning up my linework.

And now the quality of my art on You Suck compared to Girly Chapter 12 should be pretty obvious. Of course, I still get the occasional comment that my work is sloppy, only this time when I tell these critics to fuck off, I feel completely justified.

I’m not sure what my point is… Aside from the fact that you shouldn’t feel apprehensive about criticizing your favorite cartoonists. Because even if we seem to be dicks about it at first, as long as we have some semblance of self-awareness, we’ll EVENTUALLY take your advice to heart.

And I’m hoping that will eventually be the case with Diaz.

I mean, it SEEMS like he’ll eventually figure stuff out.

He’s certainly not as horribly dense as Mike Terricano anyway

zpxlng:

cubewatermelon:

Sometimes I think it’s okay to just admit that you like looking at certain kinds of people naked and that’s okay.

Yesssssss.
zpxlng:

cubewatermelon:

Sometimes I think it’s okay to just admit that you like looking at certain kinds of people naked and that’s okay.

Yesssssss.

zpxlng:

cubewatermelon:

Sometimes I think it’s okay to just admit that you like looking at certain kinds of people naked and that’s okay.

Yesssssss.

(via buttart)

superhappy:

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sent art & comic samples, please

reblogging now that more people are awake

superhappy:

paying gig

therealsuperhappy@gmail.com

sent art & comic samples, please

reblogging now that more people are awake

paying gig
therealsuperhappy@gmail.com
sent art & comic samples, please

paying gig

therealsuperhappy@gmail.com

sent art & comic samples, please

harrysde:

From Elon James White Tuesday night.
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From Elon James White Tuesday night.
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From Elon James White Tuesday night.
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From Elon James White Tuesday night.
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From Elon James White Tuesday night.
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From Elon James White Tuesday night.