Thursday, March 31, 2011
Monday, March 28, 2011
Sorry for the lack of updates, guys.
I've been super busy and stressed out dealing with some financial and family stuff at home in addition to getting ready for WonderCon in San Francisco.
In case you didn't know, I'll be there pimping Geeks in Love and selling some sweet $1 buttons.
I'll also be selling $5 prints of many of the pieces from my main gallery (lunakenei.deviantart.com), some original artwork (which is a rare opportunity for peeps who are into that sort of thing), and doing quick commission sketches @ Artist Alley table #169, in the back row.
Friday, March 25, 2011
|*About Actual Size (1.25")|
Show some love for the comic or celebrate the geek you love and get one, or two, or twelve.
*WonderCon: We'll be at Artist Alley Table #AA-169 in the back row. Check out the side bar to see where we'll be next, if'n you wanna get a button or just plain geek out with me and the husband.
Monday, March 14, 2011
This is my friend, Sara (no "H"). She is supposedly allergic to nuts, having been diagnosed in early childhood by her mother (who, I'll add, is a nurse). I'm not clear on the details of the diagnosis, but unless an actual allergy test was administered, I have my doubts... Especially after witnessing Sara unknowingly consume an almond-riddled slice of icecream cake and not die on the spot.
Halfway through the slice she exclaimed, "Wow, these chocolate chips are really good!"
Our friends that bought the cake flashed her a puzzled look, before finally replying, "No chips. Those are almonds."
Sara immediately dropped her fork and clutched her chest in what appeared to be an anaphylactic panic. Beau and I waited intently, car keys at the ready and the nearest hospital mapped out in our heads. As the minutes ticked by and questions like "How is your breathing?" finally waned, it appeared Sara would thankfully live to have peanuts try to murder her face another day (and they will).
Monday, March 7, 2011
This one might be a bit late in terms of pop culture, but I had only just recently learned of the "Come at me, Bro" internet meme made popular by the ever classless antics of Jersey Shore.
After a real conversation over sushi, in which Beau once again offered up more evidence that he's actually some sort of general knowledge-cataloging robot, I could only imagine what kind of idiot would go about aggravating a supposedly docile bear. Also, bears are hilarious.