trentaicedcoffee:

"The bracelet is infused with elements sourced from the highest and lowest points on Earth. The white ball, carrying water from Mt. Everest, and the black ball, holding mud from the Dead Sea, exist on opposite ends. A string of clear beads link the two, signifying that throughout life’s circular journey, your path is your own."

trentaicedcoffee:

"The bracelet is infused with elements sourced from the highest and lowest points on Earth. The white ball, carrying water from Mt. Everest, and the black ball, holding mud from the Dead Sea, exist on opposite ends. A string of clear beads link the two, signifying that throughout life’s circular journey, your path is your own."

aidosaur:

ananthymous:

Girl with the Skeleton Hand 1
One of several comics collected in CUTTINGS, the upcoming Johnny Wander book! It’s up for preorder on Kickstarter right now!
The concept for Cecilia came almost fully formed out of a sketch in Yuko’s notebook! She was looking at her hands and thinking to herself “my right hand looks much more skeletal than my left… I wonder if it’ll turn into bones when I’m older”. When I saw the sketch later it was like a lightning bolt— Yuko has a way of drawing faces flush with personality, and sometimes a whole story spins right out of it. 

Oh gosh this comic is five years old now!  I’ve learned so so much since doing the first Cecilia short.  I’d really like to continue these guys’ adventures, maybe we will in the NEAR FUTURE??
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aidosaur:

ananthymous:

Girl with the Skeleton Hand 1
One of several comics collected in CUTTINGS, the upcoming Johnny Wander book! It’s up for preorder on Kickstarter right now!
The concept for Cecilia came almost fully formed out of a sketch in Yuko’s notebook! She was looking at her hands and thinking to herself “my right hand looks much more skeletal than my left… I wonder if it’ll turn into bones when I’m older”. When I saw the sketch later it was like a lightning bolt— Yuko has a way of drawing faces flush with personality, and sometimes a whole story spins right out of it. 

Oh gosh this comic is five years old now!  I’ve learned so so much since doing the first Cecilia short.  I’d really like to continue these guys’ adventures, maybe we will in the NEAR FUTURE??
Zoom Info
aidosaur:

ananthymous:

Girl with the Skeleton Hand 1
One of several comics collected in CUTTINGS, the upcoming Johnny Wander book! It’s up for preorder on Kickstarter right now!
The concept for Cecilia came almost fully formed out of a sketch in Yuko’s notebook! She was looking at her hands and thinking to herself “my right hand looks much more skeletal than my left… I wonder if it’ll turn into bones when I’m older”. When I saw the sketch later it was like a lightning bolt— Yuko has a way of drawing faces flush with personality, and sometimes a whole story spins right out of it. 

Oh gosh this comic is five years old now!  I’ve learned so so much since doing the first Cecilia short.  I’d really like to continue these guys’ adventures, maybe we will in the NEAR FUTURE??
Zoom Info
aidosaur:

ananthymous:

Girl with the Skeleton Hand 1
One of several comics collected in CUTTINGS, the upcoming Johnny Wander book! It’s up for preorder on Kickstarter right now!
The concept for Cecilia came almost fully formed out of a sketch in Yuko’s notebook! She was looking at her hands and thinking to herself “my right hand looks much more skeletal than my left… I wonder if it’ll turn into bones when I’m older”. When I saw the sketch later it was like a lightning bolt— Yuko has a way of drawing faces flush with personality, and sometimes a whole story spins right out of it. 

Oh gosh this comic is five years old now!  I’ve learned so so much since doing the first Cecilia short.  I’d really like to continue these guys’ adventures, maybe we will in the NEAR FUTURE??
Zoom Info

aidosaur:

ananthymous:

Girl with the Skeleton Hand 1

One of several comics collected in CUTTINGS, the upcoming Johnny Wander book! It’s up for preorder on Kickstarter right now!

The concept for Cecilia came almost fully formed out of a sketch in Yuko’s notebook! She was looking at her hands and thinking to herself “my right hand looks much more skeletal than my left… I wonder if it’ll turn into bones when I’m older”. When I saw the sketch later it was like a lightning bolt— Yuko has a way of drawing faces flush with personality, and sometimes a whole story spins right out of it. 

Oh gosh this comic is five years old now!  I’ve learned so so much since doing the first Cecilia short.  I’d really like to continue these guys’ adventures, maybe we will in the NEAR FUTURE??