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Modest’s sisters meet Groot. They have just about the same vocabulary.

Modest’s sisters meet Groot. They have just about the same vocabulary.

Modest Medusa 447: Korrasami

Modest Medusa 447: Korrasami

- Maybe we should have a fan fiction contest?
- The Medusa meets Rocket and Groot shirt is still available, but only until the end of the month. So get it now. Lots of colors in Men’s, women’s and kids sizes. Just $20!Here’s the link.

- Maybe we should have a fan fiction contest?

- The Medusa meets Rocket and Groot shirt is still available, but only until the end of the month. So get it now. Lots of colors in Men’s, women’s and kids sizes. Just $20!Here’s the link.

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jake-richmond:

blackjackgabbiani:

jake-richmond:

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A bunch of people have been saying that they’re excited to see me at Kumoricon again this year. I’ve been doing the Kumoricon artist alley since before Modest Medusa, and I love the show, the attendees, the volunteers and several members of the staff. But…

I won’t be at Kumoricon this year….

That’s weird. I was in a heavy costume and it was cool and refreshing in there to me. Easily a good 20 degrees less than outside.

It’s funny how people have different impressions of the same place. A lot of people complained about the heat, but a lot of others seem mystified and say that they went in there to cool off. That’s the only place I’ve ever heard of that happening.

Although if you’re really adamant, then post to them on the forums.

That is weird, but I think maybe I know why people were having different experiences. The parking garage was pretty big, and wasn’t a single open space. You may remember that there were several partitioned off areas, separating registration, gaming, vendors and artist alley. Registration was right by the entrance way and was the coolest area, especially after the second day when they brought in the giant fan. Artist alley was deep in the back, and it was very warm there, with no air circulation at all.

Ah no, all around it! It was like a cool cave for me, and as I said I was in heavy robes. Even back where you were it wasn’t hot for me, and apparently for many others.

That’s why it’s so weird.

Really? The consensus at the artist alley (at least from artists I talked to, but that was almost everyone) was that it was sweltering, and almost everyone I met all weekend was sweating. I can also confirm that at least at one point on the first day it was over 90 degrees in the basement. My girl friend didn’t come back the next day because it was too hot (which was funny because it was tolerable on the second day). I know it was also ridiculously warm outside, so maybe inside was cooler in comparison? Anyway, I’m glad it wasn’t bad for you. It was miserable for me,and almost everyone else I talked to. But i guess not everyone had the same experience.

Modest Medusa 445: Mako is not cool

Modest Medusa 445: Mako is not cool

blackjackgabbiani:

jake-richmond:

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A bunch of people have been saying that they’re excited to see me at Kumoricon again this year. I’ve been doing the Kumoricon artist alley since before Modest Medusa, and I love the show, the attendees, the volunteers and several members of the staff. But…

I won’t be at Kumoricon this year….

That’s weird. I was in a heavy costume and it was cool and refreshing in there to me. Easily a good 20 degrees less than outside.

It’s funny how people have different impressions of the same place. A lot of people complained about the heat, but a lot of others seem mystified and say that they went in there to cool off. That’s the only place I’ve ever heard of that happening.

Although if you’re really adamant, then post to them on the forums.

That is weird, but I think maybe I know why people were having different experiences. The parking garage was pretty big, and wasn’t a single open space. You may remember that there were several partitioned off areas, separating registration, gaming, vendors and artist alley. Registration was right by the entrance way and was the coolest area, especially after the second day when they brought in the giant fan. Artist alley was deep in the back, and it was very warm there, with no air circulation at all.

Modest Medusa, Groot and Rocket!

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So I have this new t-shirt. Medusa, Groot and Rocket, together for the first time! It’ll only be available until the end of August, after that it’s gone. It’s available in all the Women’s, Men’s and Kid’s style, all the usual sizes and a bunch of different colors. $20.00. Here’s the link to my store.

Final Fantasy 14 Modest Medusa!

It’s Final Fantasy Medusa! I’ve been a huge Final Fantasy fan since I was a kid. the series has had a huge and obvious influence on everything I’ve done as an artist. This month is the 1 year anniversary of Final Fantasy 14, the 2nd FF MMO. I never have any time to play (seriously never. I’m barely level 30) but I’ve had a subscription to the game since it launched… 3 years ago? And yes, this is the one year anniversary of a game that came out over three years ago. FF14 has a confusing history! Anyway, there’s a cool site where artists involved with the project are posting anniversary art. you can check it out here.

This is the art for August’s Medusa sticker of the month! Each month Medusa Patron’s who pledge $25 or more receive a pack of stickers in the mail. Thanks so much everyone!

Modest Medusa 444: Bending

Korra is super fun to draw!

Modest Medusa: The Chair’Weds Windusa! http://www.modestmedusa.com/?p=1389s Hiatus

Matt Bogart’s Kickstarter for his excellent graphic novel The Chair’s Hiatus is in it’s final week. The book is funded, but you should still check it out. it’s one of my favorite comics and totally worth your time!

Matt asked me to do a guest comic to help promote the kicktsrater, and I was going to do something with Marah taking Medusa to a Chairs concert (Matt’s comic is about a band called The Chair’s), but I just didn’t have the time. Instead I did this drawing of the girls’s listening to the Chair’s first album on Marah’s phone. My summer intern Josie Ark colored it for me