Poster for our last Super Art Fight show of the year! In fact, if you preorder a ticket, you get this sweet limited edition poster FOR FREES.
Oh, and I designed and drew and colored them shits.
for those not in the know, night witches were russian lady bombers who bombed the shit out of german lines in WW2. Thing is though, they had the oldest, noisiest, crappest planes in the entire world. The engines used to conk out halfway through their missions, so they had to climb out on the wings mid flight to restart the props. the planes were also so noisy that to stop germans from hearing them combing and starting up their anti aircraft guns, they’d climb up to a certain height, coast down to german positions, drop their bombs, restart their engines in midair, and get the fuck out of dodge.
their leader flew over 200 missions and was never captured.
how the fuck is this not taught in every single history class ever
girl pilots (◕‿◕✿)
girl pilots killing nazis ✧･ﾟ: *✧･ﾟ:* \(◕ヮ◕✿)/ *:･ﾟ✧*:･ﾟ✧
But, remember, women never did anything in history.
Reblogged for badassery.
COMFYCON IS COMING.
ComfyCon is an all-online mini-convention, founded and run by webcartoonists. Danielle Corsetto and Randy Milholland are the founders, and this year’s weekend of panels and sales will feature myself, Ryan Estrada, Kel McDonald, Zach Weinersmith, Howard Tayler, and more!
All ComfyCon “panels” will be via UStream or Google Hangout, and this year’s line-up includes chances to request art live from your favorite cartoonists, education panels on Kickstarter and Manga Studio 5, writing panels, story time panels, art jams, and more.
There will also be sales in the stores of the participating artists! AUGH CAN YOU EVEN.
Follow the hastag #ComfyCon on Twitter and tumblr to keep abreast of last-minute panel announcements! THIS IS GONNA BE AWESOME EVERYONE
At least it’s not Tuesday. Or Monday.
Here's Your Annual Hypothermia Hotline Reminder -
Call either 1-800-535-7252 or 202-399-7093 to connect with D.C.’s shelter hotline.
A hypothermia alert will remain active in D.C. this evening, as it’s expected to dip below 32 degrees. If you see a person in need of shelter, call either 1-800-535-7252 or 202-399-7093 to connect with D.C.’s shelter hotline, which "provides transportation to emergency shelters, and distributes items such as blankets, gloves and jackets."
In D.C., all homeless people must be housed if the temperature falls below freezing. So go ahead and store those numbers in your phone. Winter is just beginning.
I have read a lot about people saying a shelter is not always the safest place for a person to be. (for various reasons)
But they also provide clothing and blankets to people here in DC, so please call if you see someone who needs shelter. There are over 6,000 people in DC without homes.
It’s cold out there. Spread the word.