1. So Urban Outfitters sells a fursuit head now.  I’ve been making their catalogs furry for a while now…  (all 13 pages here)

  2. Super amazing mini critters from my comic PIES by the super amazing 1:1 scale Lexx Ravenhallow (who can be found on Tumbler and FurAffinity).  Really looking forward to getting my hands on these and talking some more photos!

  3. Some details on the print copy of PIES.  It is a new edit of the material, not the same as the web version. It is digest size, 114 pages + cover, 8.5” by 5.5” and weighs in at a heavy-for-it’s-size 10oz. Printed here in Seattle, WA on heavy, bright white paper with a really fantastic to feel felt-texture cover.  All pages are printed in black on color machines which gives the black an amazing richness. It doesn’t show in the photos because I don’t have a close-up lens but the printing on this is down-to-the-pixel crisp.  It really looks fantastic.  PS PIES was not drawn huge and shrunk, it was drawn at around about this size.  

    PIES is available directly from me at my square store (US only) 

    And for international buyers: BigCartel

  4. PIES is now available on my Square Store!  Photos and more coming soon, but for those that want a head start, get your copy now.

    PIES is now available on my Square Store!  Photos and more coming soon, but for those that want a head start, get your copy now.

  5. Pages 66 and 70 (watermark on 66 removed).

    They make another sphere!  

    PS the inner sphere doesn’t have an outline it is just negative space. The outer sphere has an outline.

    (Source: fieldghost.com)

  6. It might only be easy to see in a slideshow, but the cicada head lines up perfectly with the island in the opening shots. (You can click back and forth in the Tumblr pop up windows to see this effect too.) The cicada can be a metaphor for the end of a long hibernation and coming out of one’s shell. Or maybe this all takes place on a speck of dust on a bug’s head (rather doubtful but possible I suppose) These are good deep meanings, but the cicada’s most readily useful purpose is to identify the season as summer. 

  7. rruffurr:

    Assorted pages - hard to pick just ten! - from Hottapwater’s superlative comic PIES, which can be read in its entirety at his site. Please support the artist and your eyes by spending $3 for the hi-res version

  8. (Source: fieldghost.com)

  9. I went back and decided that $8 is a lot to spend on a milkshake.  So I made PIES $3 now.

  10. PIES is free to read on www.fieldghost.com
AND a Hi-Res PDF version is for sale on Gumroad https://gumroad.com/l/pies

    PIES is free to read on www.fieldghost.com

    AND a Hi-Res PDF version is for sale on Gumroad https://gumroad.com/l/pies