how can you not see ableism as a feminist issue
autistic girls, especially black autistic girls, are misdiagnosed and underdiagnosed because of the focus on white cis boys and how they present as autistic
disabled girls and women often have their consent violated, both in…
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Blades, Bows, & Blood
watercolor, ink, digital 2014
This is my submission for Strange Paradise Zine put together by the fabulous Jenny Zych and Anna Rose. This zine is all about the gory and wonderful asian horror films we all love.
My submission is Vampire Girl Vs. Frankenstein Girl. A movie that is so terribly ridiculous, violent in the strangest ways, and fashionably glittery; I had to instantly fall in love with it. Who can resist gore and fierce girl power???
So Glad I got this opportunity. Please check out the rest of the blog for other talented and fellow illustrators!!!
I secretly want to be one of Keiko’s back up girls…(they are dancing in the border)
We love Alexa’s wickedly cute submission~!!
Strange Paradise Contributors -
The final list of all our contributors and their websites! Check out their work!
Jenny’s vid also glitched out on me, figured I should share that too.
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New Subway Map-Themed Game in Development: Mini Metro!
This looks extremely promising, especially since development on Third Rail seems to have stalled (no updates on progress since mid-last year). It’s being developed by small New Zealand-based studio, Dinosaur Polo Club (great name and logo!). Here’s the preamble from their website:
Mini Metro is a minimalist subway simulation game about designing efficient subway networks. The player must constantly redesign their line layout to meet the needs of a rapidly-growing city.
The game, currently available as a rough and ready alpha version (that’s pre-beta, folks!), currently has four maps — London, New York, Paris and one other that I haven’t identified as yet. Each map in the game looks like that of its real life equivalent, right down to the colours used to represent routes: a neat touch! That’s London seen in the mesmerising GIF above.
In short, I want to play this right now. Hurry up and take my money.
Developer’s Project Site | Devblog