100 likes on the new Basement Dwellers Facebook page! BIG OL’ HIGH FIVE!
Just found out about this and OH MY GOD WHY WOULD YOU PASS THAT IDEA UP it could have been so cool!
3AM Warupichi doodle
For all the shit we talk about the culture of fandom, shipping, and all the recurring problems that may emerge from it, I just want to make it clear that I think it’s the coolest thing to come out of the internet for young (and not young!) people.
On shipping specifically, there’s no feeling quite like figuratively meeting someone else’s eyes across the room [internet] and realizing “I want those characters to fuck. YOU WANT THOSE CHARACTERS TO FUCK TOO? HIGH FIVE LET’S BOND OVER THIS.”
Fandom can be wonderfully inclusive and also allows people to forge relationships on similar interests alone, which is such a brand new thing and such a great way to make friends.
I’m so grateful for the relationships I have that, without the internet, would just never have fucking happened.
Shit, guys, Kumail Nanjiani is one of the funniest people in the world. I love this man. Everything he’s on, he’s hysterical in: his standup, Burning Love (WHY HAS NOBODY ELSE SEEN BURNING LOVE), Silicon Valley, Veep, Adventure Time, Nerdist podcasts, fuckin everything.
If you ever want to just hear him talk forever (and why wouldn’t you), he runs a few podcasts. The Indoor Kids, co-run with his lovely and also hilarious wife Emily V. Gordon, is about gaming and has a shitton of great guests. He just recently started another one called The X-Files Files, which I adore because it deconstructs X-Files episodes in a really thoughtful and loving way. It’s also a great viewer’s guide if you’ve never watched X-Files before. GO LISTEN GO GO GO GO
Hey everybody! I just made a Facebook page for Basement Dwellers, go Like it for extra art, info, and interviews! And thank you all so much for your continued support, it means the world to me!
Lean all on the square That’s a fuckin’ rhombus
A few weeks after my sister started talking about Chance the Rapper, I searched his stuff on YouTube to find this heart-wrenchingly lovely video of him singing the Arthur theme. I went on to grab his album to see what she was hyping up and by god, she was so on point.
Half of Acid Rap sounds like someone rapping over the Hey Arnold soundtrack which, musically, is the absolute best thing I can imagine. I’ve been listening to this song almost every day for the past two weeks, I just think it’s so beautiful. Jazz, gospel and rap make such a good combination.
Heeeeyyyyy guys! I did an interview with Hansel Moreno about Basement Dwellers over at All-comic.com, you should go check it out! I really enjoyed talking about the reason I’m making the comic and other silly junk.
Late night posting so NO ONE WILL SEE
Jesse Tittsworth, DC resident Moombahlord, cleaving beats since out the womb. Here is THE classic track that I fully expect you all to know and love. Shoutout to jennyloggins who introduced me to him and pretty much knows all there is to know about the guy.
If you’re in need of a good instagram account to follow, definitely hit up Jesse’s because he does and eats some of the craziest shit and also GOD DAMN, THOSE TATTOOS.
Lately I can’t stop listening to this song which is entirely raw, mean-sounding noise and I LOVE IT. Uhh don’t click it if you don’t like aggressive dance music I guess
Sketchbook doodle to tide me over. I have an actual, legit illustration in the works but I’m not going to be able to finish it for a while with all these DEADLINES IN THE WAY
edit: color wasn’t working