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Rad dad/cartoonist/illustrator (he/him) Comics about family, work, d&d, and more!
Jan 9, 2019 22 tweets 5 min read
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Dec 22, 2018 16 tweets 4 min read
I ran a game for my kids last night. We played a quick Christmas-themed game where the Ice Goblins had abducted Santa in order to ruin Christmas and steal joy from the world. least that was my original story. You see, my 7yo added that they'd also captured Mrs. Clause too and they were putting them in machines to send them to different universes... WHICH IS SO RAD. (Thank you #IntoTheSpiderVerse)
Oct 8, 2018 10 tweets 2 min read
The idea that if you make "great" art, you'll magically grow an audience is garbage.

Don't listen to that. Not only is it untrue because of algorithms and social media, but there's also a negative connotation that if you're not popular, your work isn't "great." If you hear this sort of non-advice advice, it's usually from the same people that are already popular and have been for years.

Don't listen to it. It's an old idea. You need to make your best work, of course, but the idea that your work will magically popularize you is dumb.