If you are scratching your head after reading the current cartoon let me clarify afterwards.
Okay, here goes. Yes, you read correctly, the boys got married and are back home.
Now if you’re asking; “What happened to the wedding? Why didn’t we see it?”
Because the story is so involved, doing it in installments every week would have taken us well into the new year, even as far as April.
That being said, I am currently working on the wedding story but it will be through a publisher as a graphic novel.
You’ve probably heard the saying, starving artist? I can confirm that statement is true for many artists.
I am working in collaboration with someone in Montreal for the titles and lettering. As well, I am looking into sponsors or advertisers to help on the costs.
I have a growing audience on many social media platforms and a huge part of that is thanks to Clothesfreelife magazine.
This is just a mockup of the cover and I hope that once published and available online that my followers support my work.
Thank you and stay creative
Ruben Cordova used his social media profile as an archive of his research, but his photos of the Met Breuer’sÂ Like Life exhibition triggered Facebook’s censors, who then permanently disabled his profile.
Curator and art historian Ruben Cordova thought that Facebook was the perfect platform to archive the photographic materials equivalent to almost a decade’s worth of his research. He created a network of albums, links, commentaries, and comparanda online, sometimes using those resources for his lectures at universities and galleries. This abundance of scholarship even included materials necessary for Cordova’s forthcoming publication.
But disaster struck in the early morning of November 16. That day, Cordova received an upsetting message from Facebook: the social media company had permanently disabled his account due to an alleged violation of community standards banning sexually explicit content. And with that, Cordova lost access to 9 years’ worth of aggregated resources and materials.
The ban includes explicit sexual content and nudity with some exceptions.
Tumblr will permanently ban adult content from its platform on December 17th in a move that will eradicate porn-related communities on the platform and fundamentally alter how the service is used. The ban includes explicit sexual content and nudity with a few exceptions, the company tells The Verge. The new policy’s announcement comes just days after Tumblr was removed from Apple’s iOS App Store over a child pornography incident, but it extends far beyond that matter alone. “Adult content will no longer be allowed here,” the company flatly stated in a blog post published on Monday.
Positively Glittered is an Instagram account that posts pictures of women posing in nothing but glitter. Find out more here.
Your body is uniquely yours, and that’s what makes it beautiful. One Instagram account, Positively Glittered (@positivelyglittered), has found a creative (and sparkly) way to showcase that. The page features naked women of all shapes and sizes covered in the colors of the rainbow with glitter.
If we’re being honest, most of us have dreamed of painting ourselves in shimmer from head to toe, and this account makes that dream a reality. It emphasizes the beauty of women with all body types, skin colors, and backgrounds and promotes the powerful message that all of us are beautiful, no matter what.
Continue to source: https://www.health.com/mind-body/positively-glittered