Less than 60 days to go on my daily drawing! Check it out here

Less than 60 days to go on my daily drawing! Check it out here

Vonandalous Alchneminan: The Space Station of the Seven Stars is already 43 days in!

It’s a thrilling story about the crew of a space station. Follow it day by day right HERE

Love,

Rewfoe

The ever expanding drawing! I can’t believe I’ve got almost 70 days left of this thing! So many possible directions it can go! So many more tiny rooms to fill up!

In case you haven’t been following for long, every day I’m adding another component to this drawing, furthering the image, and progressing the intricate storyline! You can follow it day-by-day on my 100days project, or on my instagram 

Or just wait around until I do bigger posts on my Tumblr. Whatevvvsss

Reblog it! Please please.

Love,

Rewfoe

It’s Ham’s birthday today! She’s riding her birthday brownie to awesomeness!

It’s Ham’s birthday today! She’s riding her birthday brownie to awesomeness!

Hi!

I’m on day 24 of my 100 day project. It’s called Vonandalous Alchneminan: The Space Station of the Seven Stars.

It is about a strange space station where some questionable and bizarre things are going on.

Every day I’m writing a new section of the story, read it HERE you won’t be disappointed!

Love,

Rewfoe

Lookie! I did another cool lesson for TED Education! This one was on the Hagia Sophia! Have a look and enjoy!

Watch it HERE!

Love,

Rewfoe

Follow the intricate free-flowing storyline and ever evolving space station: Vonandalous Alchneminan: The Space Station of the Seven Stars over the next 100 days for my 100days project! Check it out HERE

Reblog it!

Love,

Rewfoe

I’m doing the 100days project!

Vonandalous Alchneminan: The Space Station of the Seven Stars.

In the first 8 days I introduced the cast. For the rest of the days I am creating one big drawing of the space station! Follow the intricate story and my progress day to day right HERE 

Reblog it and like it and stuff

Love,

Rewfoe

Check out this cool lesson I did for TED Education on the Haiga Sophia!

Part 1/4

This fun little comic was a jam comic done with Jonnyisgoode over the past week at the HitRECord House of Awesomeness, Langlois Oregon, 2014.
And in case you don’t know what a jam comic is, I do one panel, you do one panel, I do one, you do one. We kept passing this thing back and forth for the whole week! I’m so happy we filled a 30 book cover to cover! (courtesy of the always awesome Moonbug)
I hope you enjoy reading this comic as much as we enjoyed making it!
Reblog it!
Love,
Rewfoe

Part 2/4

Rewfoe & Jonnyisgoode

Jam Comic

Part 3/4

Rewfoe & Jonnyisgoode

Jam Comic

Part 4/4

Rewfoe & Jonnyisgoode

Jam Comic

My feelings toward Facebook.

For the most sarcastic generation of all time, we sure are “blown away!”, “amazed!” and excited to “see what will happen next!” when it comes to literally the stupidest stuff I’ve ever seen.. It really makes me wonder, do people realize they’re sharing the things that they are? I’m not sure which is worse, Facebook deciding to advertise on people’s pages, or the people doing it themselves…Is it possible that I’m sharing 50 articles a day that will blow you away and knock your socks into another dimension?
Love,
Rewfoe

My feelings toward Facebook.

For the most sarcastic generation of all time, we sure are “blown away!”, “amazed!” and excited to “see what will happen next!” when it comes to literally the stupidest stuff I’ve ever seen.. It really makes me wonder, do people realize they’re sharing the things that they are? I’m not sure which is worse, Facebook deciding to advertise on people’s pages, or the people doing it themselves…Is it possible that I’m sharing 50 articles a day that will blow you away and knock your socks into another dimension?

Love,

Rewfoe

teded:

Hot! Hot! Hot!
From the TED-Ed Lesson The colossal consequences of supervolcanoes - Alex Gendler
Animation by Andrew Foerster

teded:

Hot! Hot! Hot!

From the TED-Ed Lesson The colossal consequences of supervolcanoes - Alex Gendler

Animation by Andrew Foerster