Things fans and supporters are the best! The IR family made this fab pumpkin carving…
And the Les. R. Evil family made this one!
You are the best!!!
Spoonflower is a pod fabric and wrapping paper service that I’ve been wanting to try out. I’m going to design somewhere between 2 and 6 fabric squares as my first test run for plushies and other neat things on fabric (I kinda want a repeating crinoline of all the characters in tutus).
Here is my first attempt.
What do you reckon? Anything else you want to see?
Originally posted over at lizargall.com
In March I read a short story by Kat Howard over at Uncanny Magazine called Translatio Corpus. I liked the story so much that the Things responded to it.
After a very successful first year Uncanny is running a Kickstarter to support year two (and asking for a lot less money as wonderful Patreons and Weightless Books e-subscribers come on board). They would like your money and will use it to bring more wonderful diverse stories, poems and non-fiction to the world.
If Uncanny makes it through all the stretch goals there will be a Things Respond to Fiction comic for EVERY EPISODE. We are so excited about this on so many levels. We are so honored to be part of the Kickstarter. Less than 10K to go at 16 days, not an easy goal, but most definitely doable. Join the Space Unicorn Corps! Go check out the Kickstarter!
The lovely folks at Robot Hugs created one of those comics that perfectly captures a comfort and feels (also hooray for puppies).
It also makes me think fondly of friends with goofball greyhounds
The creator of the Things went on a road trip with her dad and sweetheart. We went from Seattle to San Francisco, taking the Redwoods Highway for a goodly length of time and spending a lot of time undulating along the coast on highway one. The scenery was ridiculously beautiful and the beaches were gloriously wild.
Once we got to San Francisco we stayed at an airbnb in Inner Richmond near Golden Gate Park. The space was kinda perfect to noodle around in, cook, have our own space without it being too big or too small. Our host downstairs is an amazing horticulturalist who trains Bonsai succulents and is a compost specialist! He also makes shovel faced art and photographs bugs! It’s quite a sight to see.