I did two years of engineering school and two years of journalism. I'm a geek who loves to tell a story.
Links are all in my profile if you want to learn more. I'm not gonna spam you.
This is not my first time on Mastodon but I'm trying to consolidate a bunch of my older profiles right here.
@varmazis Well to be fair if he has to spend that much money he might have to cut back on the cocaine.
I also wrote a will in my diary when I was 10. The pages are all tear-stained as I freaked myself out thinking I was dying WHILE writing my will! And I was absolutely fine.
What a thing to do to myself.
I also requested to be buried with my teddy bear.
Lmao I didn’t check the Christian one. Prescient!
30 years later and I’m still working on my social awkwardness. Sorry, kid-me, I didn’t get much better!
This… is really sweet and sad.
I was 8 years old with sophisticated political opinions.
God, what to do with childhood diaries?!!! Art project?
and to be clear yes I was referring to the David Lynch Dune, in case the mention of Patrick Stewart wasn’t helpful
I have seen a growing trend, mostly among cis men, to leave social media and want dumb phones
While I understand the sentiment, this usually puts a burden on your partner to be your social media and smart phone.
These men can only afford to disconnect bc their partner are the ones keeping in touch with friends, keeping track of events, birthdays, connecting with others.
It’s easy to be private and disconnected at the expense of others
I've read similar ~Discourse~ so many times on twitter so I know this is endemic to comics work especially, and it isn't just me experiencing this.
People really need to sort themselves out. If collabs and anthologies are going to be unprofessional, I'm good working alone.
There is a time and place for critical feedback. We need it to grow. You have nits to pick about art direction or the process - that's a private conversation.
Something about working on an art project causes some folks to act in unprofessional ways they otherwise wouldn't.