Sketch-a-day: 6th March 2014

Sketch-a-day: 6th March 2014


Shira’s Ginormous Shoujo-Ai and Yuri Manga Master Rec List

shiracirca:

Over the years I’ve read a lot of shoujo-ai and yuri manga, and it’s incredibly hard just to find stuff that’s not targetted to male audiences, let alone stuff that’s actually good. So, I decided to make a huge master rec list for all the shoujo-ai and yuri manga I know of, with a list of content tags and trigger warnings for each of them. (Click on the titles, they’re all links to read each manga on the list)

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phantomdoodler:

xekstrin:

thatssoyuri:

some people are so thirsty for some yuri they’ll watch a whole series just because they saw a screencap of two girls looking at each other

sweats nervously

Day 723. The drought continues. Still no sign of yuri. Some are starting to lose hope. Dozens have already died.

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conquerorwurm:

aubrophonia:

THIS IS SO COOL

This story is from a comic called Beasts of Burden, written by Evan Dorkin and illustrated by Jill Thompson. It’s about a group of animals who investigate paranormal mysteries in their home town and it’s really cute and spooky. You should check it out!

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A watercolour comic I did the other day for class. We put the colours down first and then gave each prompt words based on the first word that came to mind when we saw the colours. I got “Gullible” and “Insect”.

Apologies for the intense colours, the monitor I was using needed recallibrating and I didn’t realise till too late… >A

A watercolour comic I did the other day for class. We put the colours down first and then gave each prompt words based on the first word that came to mind when we saw the colours. I got “Gullible” and “Insect”.

Apologies for the intense colours, the monitor I was using needed recallibrating and I didn’t realise till too late… >A

Sketch-a-day: 5th March 2014

Sketch-a-day: 5th March 2014


Sketch-a-day: 4th March 2014

Sketch-a-day: 4th March 2014


canoftoast:

aitu:

"THEY ARE ALL OKAY, and all those things could exist in THE SAME WOMAN. Women shouldn’t be valued because we are strong, or kick-ass, but because we are people. So don’t focus on writing characters who are strong. Write characters who are people."

Lori

These are great parallels btw.

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junkoes:

if shinji ikari can get romantic interests by crying then so can i

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