Drawing Beefcakes 2: Electric Boobalo – Halsin from Baldur’s Gate 3

Today I’m drawing beefcakes – specifically, I’m revisiting Halsin from Baldur’s Gate 3. I tried drawing him in a previous livestream, but this time, I’ve got it!

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  • Recording – OBS
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  • Mic – Blue Snowball
  • Drawing – Clip Studio Paint


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LIVE STREAM – Drawing Robot Comics

Today at 6 pm EST, feel free to lurk while I work in this live stream on some robot comics! These pages are for an upcoming comics anthology all about robots.

I usually don’t draw robots…but I came up with a twist I really liked! So I pitched the idea to the organizers and they were willing to let me run with it. That’s about all I can say right now – stay tuned for further streams for the juicy deets.

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What’s This? A Queer Nonfiction Book In the Works?

books used as jumping off points for my new nonfiction book's research

Last night, I got struck with an idea.

It came about because Star Prichard announced they’re making How to Webcomic version 2.0, a book they made about how to create and publish webcomics in 2023. (Go back it on KickStarter if this is something you’re interested in.)

The thing is, I had the thought of doing something like this before, but I’m glad that Star is doing the labor for that, not me.

But it got me thinking, “What can I offer that hasn’t been brought up before?”

Because here’s the thing – there are tutorials and how-to books all over the place about how to write stories. Heck, it’s not just How to Webcomic – There are also books about world-building, screenwriting, and the “hero’s journey.” Heck, I started drafting a book about how to write better characters. But I wanted to offer something else.

Then it hit me last night.

I thought, “Has anyone written a book about Queer Storytelling?”

A LOT of how-to books about writing focus on the same story beats and story types, claiming that they’re “universal.” But they’re “universal” to straight men. Stories made for women and LGBTQ+ people have different end goals, different story beats, and different aesthetics.

I thought about my own background in writing, especially in nonfiction. What I wrote in college focused a lot on social deviance (if it wasn’t focused on African Art History). And in our culture, LGBTQ+ people are considered social deviants, because they don’t fit the Straight mold.

That train of thought got me thinking – “A lot of stories exist to prop up OR challenge social expectations. So what do queer stories look like?”

Now I’m inspired to work on this book.

I’m gathering sources already, I have books from the library to start with, and I have an outline written.

This book is NOT going to be immediate. Heck, it will likely not come out for another year. I need to research, gather sources, and take lots of notes, and that’s even BEFORE writing the dang thing. It’s going to be like writing a research paper, but longer.

I’ve done it before, though. It’s been years since I did, but I think I can do it again.

If there are queer stories you would like me to look at (for research purposes, of course), shout them out in the comments, yo.

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Drawing a Flamingo Knight from Start to Finish – an Archived Live Stream

This stream originally aired on Twitch on August 11. I’m sharing the archived recording on YouTube so you can see how I drew this fancy boi flamingo knight from start to finish!

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I used OBS to stream, and Clip Studio Paint to draw my work. If you have more questions, leave a comment and I’ll answer as soon as I can.

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Tarot Art – A Live Stream

Today, July 2 at 2 pm EST, I’m drawing art for the Tarot Major Arcana! So spooooopy.

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Drawing – Clip Studio Paint
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