Jul.03.18 at 03:02 pm

Filthy Figments is back with a hot new lineup of Erotic Sports Comics! Inspired by the well-loved world of sports manga, SCORE! celebrates heated rivalries, deep friendships, and what happens beneath the surface –– and this time, it goes way past third base!

Emphasizing strong narratives and well-developed characters is how Filthy Figments has made a unique voice for itself in the world of adult comics, and SCORE! continues that tradition. The sports theme facilitates fun and fulfilling exploration of subjects like gender, queerness, and body image, making for a provocative read by all meanings of the word.

 

Life's a pitch! Let's knock it outta the park!

Jun.07.18 at 09:58 pm

It's gearing up to be an exciting month and I'm so excited to share the news! Filthy Figments new Sports-themed SCORE! Anthology will be Kickstarting at the end of the month! Inspired by the well-loved world of sports manga, SCORE! celebrates heated rivalries, deep friendships, and what happens beneath the subtext –– and this time, it goes way past third base. SIGN UP FOR THE MAILING LIST to make sure you don't miss the launch!

The digital Love Not Found 2016 Sketchbook is here! This is a collection of all of the Patreon bonus sketches and concept art of Love Not Found related material from 2016! As an extra special bonus, a lot of the rough sketches were cleaned up and colored creating a wonderful blend of both the old and the new! I'm really excited about how this turned out! Grab a copy at Drive Thru Comics to explore the behind the scenes world of Love Not Found!

Apr.10.18 at 03:50 pm

The exclusive content Patreon keeps coming! If you're a LNF fan, there is a treasure trove of goodies waiting for you!

When you become my patron on Patreon you will receive access to a variety of fun and exciting works you can explore including concept art, sneak peeks at upcoming projects, process videos & notes, naughty doodles & pinups, comics for general audiences and adults, calendar art,  and much more!

Mar.08.18 at 12:51 am

I've started livestreaming my Love Not Found work on Twitch! I'm doing a little bit of everything so you'll get to see a range of comic crafting work like taking roughs to pencils, inking, coloring, and lettering! It's a lot of fun getting a chance to interact with you while I work!

Watched two memorable movies this past month and I'm excited to talk about them with you! The first was Shape of Water just breathtaking. The feel of the film was very similar to Guillermo del Toro's work on Pan's Labyrinth, so I was all over it and I was not disappointed! There was one face-gore scene like in PL. I was kinda expecting it. But I still wish it wasn't there. Other than that one complaint, I loved it! Kinda like reverse-Splash! (Remember that one with Tom Hanks and Darel Hannah?) If you're into sf/f or a fan of del Toro or just looking for something beautiful AND moving to watch check it out! Also, there are BOOKS! I think I need these!

 

Then there was Coco and the entire family was weeping by the end of the film. Pixar has definitely perfected the art of punching you in the feels. You never quite know when they're gonna spring it on you, but you know it's coming and you are helpless against it. All I can say is go watch Coco and then hug your family a lot!

MORE ON COCO: I've gotten to rewatch Coco a couple more times now and it gets even better with a second viewing. You notice things in the story that make it even better, hints and nods, feelings with the knowledge of the entire story.  And Mama Coco's hands, they remind me of my Grandma's old, frail, soft hands. The animation in the hands and faces are breathtaking. Every emotion is felt. I do not say this often, but this movie is nothing short of a masterpiece in art and storytelling. There is a beautiful sadness and it makes my chest ache. The love and joy in this movie is everything I want to be as a storyteller.

Feb.17.18 at 10:00 pm

My daughter has started reading with a passion and we always try to get her books that have girls doing LOTS of different things. She has her Disney princess books, but we balance that with Princess in Black, Interstellar Cinderella, and Nella the Princess Knight. Wonderfully, they're among her favorites so it all works out!

Additionally, now that she has started reading on her own (wow, the kiddo's half way through first grade now) and we've been getting early reader books. We stumbled onto a series called "You Should Meet" and have so far collected Katherine Johnson, The Women Who Launched Computer Age, and just this month, Mae Jemison!

These books are for the 6-8 year old range. They really give a decent amount of detail about the lives and work of the people they're featuring! My  daughter is fascinated with them and they have quickly become her favorite books. We've started buying more of them just so we can have some variety each night at story time. This month with the book focusing on Mae Jemison, we were even able to pull up the Star Trek: TNG episode where she makes a cameo (s6,e24 - riker transporter twin episode)!

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