hans.
beatonna:

I didn’t do this on purpose but I wish I could any time some dude is just yelling stuff 

beatonna:

I didn’t do this on purpose but I wish I could any time some dude is just yelling stuff 

behindblc:

Less than a week away until the first Bad Luck Chuck book is released! This is both extremely exciting and incredibly terrifying.
If you’re gonna be in the Quad Cities this weekend, check this out! September 21, Clarion Hotel on Brady St (Davenport), 9am-7pm. Only a dollar to get in, and copies of this book are free! I’ll also probably be selling some stickers and such.
It’s gonna be dope.

Quad-Citizens! Come to this.

behindblc:

Less than a week away until the first Bad Luck Chuck book is released! This is both extremely exciting and incredibly terrifying.

If you’re gonna be in the Quad Cities this weekend, check this out! September 21, Clarion Hotel on Brady St (Davenport), 9am-7pm. Only a dollar to get in, and copies of this book are free! I’ll also probably be selling some stickers and such.

It’s gonna be dope.

Quad-Citizens! Come to this.

aubade

bail-ink:

the bluntness of morning
scrapes remnants of sleep
from my eyes
while sunbeams ease
through foggy window panes
to drape themselves
gently along your neck

i’d like it if you stayed

John Legend - Save The Night
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Jack Garratt - Worry
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fuckyouhans:

behindblc:

I have never done meth, but if I did, petting goats and other animals seems one of the first things I’d want to do.
Quad-Citizens, make sure you go to this show. https://www.facebook.com/events/457071077769853/

I have been hardcore neglecting this blog for a long time, and every comic that I hastily throw together to give off the impression that I’m NOT ignoring the blog is garbage, so I apologize.
For the past (almost) year, I have been working on this project called Bad Luck Chuck. Bad Luck Chuck is basically a comic character created entirely for marketing/advertising purposes- each comic with him features a different business that is being promoted. He only associates with local businesses in the advertising, to encourage shopping local and celebrate local culture.
As of now, Chuck is still in the early stages. This is hopefully something that will be changing in the next few months. The first BLC mini-comic book will be debuting September 21 at a local comic convention (as of now, BLC has existed only as comic strips on facebook). After that, steps will be made to take care of any legal things that need to be done before I can begin approaching local businesses and trying to sell to them. Once this happens is when I’ll be able to see for sure if BLC is something that will be able to work and make me a living.
This concept was originally created by a friend and I, and my sole responsibility was to be writing and drawing, while he handled all the business aspects of things. However, many things started happening once 2014 began, beginning with him disappearing to another state for months without any contact, and ending with him back in my state, in prison for a Class A Felony. This is why so little has been accomplished in the last year; after his disappearance, I spent a long time trying to decide whether or not I cared about this project enough to carry on alone (I do) and then, of course, a long time was spent figuring out how to balance the comic crafting with all this business bullshit that I am still learning.
Anyways, this is my life now; this is Bad Luck Chuck. In a year from now, it might just be another failed comic endeavor; or, it might be my full time job. Only time will tell.
For now, I encourage everyone to follow the tumblr (http://behindblc.tumblr.com/) which I will begin updating regularly, and ‘like’ the facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/BLChuck). Until then, updates to this comic page will continue to be sparse- however, I encourage you to all hang in there, for I will return.
Thank you for allowing this long-winded speech to appear on your dashboards. I love you all.

Just an update on my life and shit. Go follow/like the tumblr/facebook if you don’t already!

fuckyouhans:

behindblc:

I have never done meth, but if I did, petting goats and other animals seems one of the first things I’d want to do.

Quad-Citizens, make sure you go to this show. 
https://www.facebook.com/events/457071077769853/

I have been hardcore neglecting this blog for a long time, and every comic that I hastily throw together to give off the impression that I’m NOT ignoring the blog is garbage, so I apologize.

For the past (almost) year, I have been working on this project called Bad Luck Chuck. Bad Luck Chuck is basically a comic character created entirely for marketing/advertising purposes- each comic with him features a different business that is being promoted. He only associates with local businesses in the advertising, to encourage shopping local and celebrate local culture.

As of now, Chuck is still in the early stages. This is hopefully something that will be changing in the next few months. The first BLC mini-comic book will be debuting September 21 at a local comic convention (as of now, BLC has existed only as comic strips on facebook). After that, steps will be made to take care of any legal things that need to be done before I can begin approaching local businesses and trying to sell to them. Once this happens is when I’ll be able to see for sure if BLC is something that will be able to work and make me a living.

This concept was originally created by a friend and I, and my sole responsibility was to be writing and drawing, while he handled all the business aspects of things. However, many things started happening once 2014 began, beginning with him disappearing to another state for months without any contact, and ending with him back in my state, in prison for a Class A Felony. This is why so little has been accomplished in the last year; after his disappearance, I spent a long time trying to decide whether or not I cared about this project enough to carry on alone (I do) and then, of course, a long time was spent figuring out how to balance the comic crafting with all this business bullshit that I am still learning.

Anyways, this is my life now; this is Bad Luck Chuck. In a year from now, it might just be another failed comic endeavor; or, it might be my full time job. Only time will tell.

For now, I encourage everyone to follow the tumblr (http://behindblc.tumblr.com/) which I will begin updating regularly, and ‘like’ the facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/BLChuck). Until then, updates to this comic page will continue to be sparse- however, I encourage you to all hang in there, for I will return.

Thank you for allowing this long-winded speech to appear on your dashboards. I love you all.


Just an update on my life and shit. Go follow/like the tumblr/facebook if you don’t already!

Common - The Food
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The Food - Common (feat. Kanye West)

gangsterdoodles:

George Costanza

gangsterdoodles:

George Costanza

St. Vincent - The Apocalypse Song
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phoenixrhythm:

I guess you are afraid of what everyone is made of

sfcartoonartmuseum:

Happy Birthday to Marie Severin!

sfcartoonartmuseum:

Happy Birthday to Marie Severin!

jacobvanloon:

Jacob van Loon
The Confluence 
Watercolor, acrylic, and graphite on wood