Friday, August 22, 2014

August Art Roundup! Groot, Batgirl, and Baby Animal Plushes I MUST SNUGGLE NOW

Time for more great geek art!

Think you can handle this cute? BECAUSE I CANNOT.

 Groot! By Piper Thibodeau
SQUEE! I don't see any prints for sale, but Piper does allow you to download the image on DeviantArt. (New wallpaper?) Plus check out the rest of Thibodeau's gallery for more goodness like this:


D'awwww.


Since I'm still catching up on posting all the art I found at Supercon, I tried not to buy any more at Tampa Comic-Con - I did. But when Mike Maihack is offering $20 watercolor commissions? COME ON.

I actually asked Mike what he wanted to draw, and he suggested the new Batgirl. SOLD! Here she is, all framed up in my office:

Watch for Mike at your local cons to snag a commission like this, or head over to his online store for prints and books.


When I posted this "art haul" photo from Supercon last month, some of you immediately zeroed in on that adorable Toothless in the middle:


That's an original commission by our friend Nathan Szerdy, but after seeing your response to it, he decided to give it a digital makeover and make it a print!

Now, despite our scolding Nathan still doesn't sell prints online, but he volunteered one for the give-away board, you lucky ducklings, you. ;) Be sure to follow Nathan on Facebook to keep up with his convention schedule, and/or look for him at Dragon Con next week!


Charlie Thurston - creator of that adorable WHObacca you all loved - donated his latest for the board, too. It's a geeky twist on the Christmas tradition of the Elf on the Shelf, called...


Wedge on the Ledge. 
(OH YES HE DID.)

Ok, so it's a little early for Life Day celebrations, but this is seriously cute stuff. The mini book is written & illustrated by Charlie, and the paper Wedge doll can sit up on, well, ledges. ;) Check out Charlie's Etsy shop (which he keeps fully stocked now, thanks to my constant badgering, ahthankyouverramuch) for lots more mini geek books and prints.



Also from Supercon, I picked up a few more of Alex Asfour's big 12X17 posters for the give-away board, since you guys snapped up the last batch I featured. You won't find these anywhere online; you can only buy from Alex in person or win them here!



Follow Alex on Pinterest to see the rest of his geek posters, or head to his website to see his travel posters (which are gorgeous) and design work.


Kit Steele had stacks and stacks of original pencil sketches like this beauty at Super Con:

It's accented with metallic gold, so the horns and scales gleam in the light. SO COOL. (I'm planning to frame it in silver for our bedroom.)

And I think you guys will like Kit's robot:

 I hope so, anyway; I bought it for the give-away board.

Follow Kit on Facebook to see all her newest stuff (GROOT!!), and you can buy her prints over on Society6.

Bamboota (aka Crystal Fontan) makes some fantastic t-shirt art you might recognize - and I just found she also sells them as prints and stickers over on Etsy:






Her postcard prints are only $5, and the larger 11X14 size is $15.


Bianca Roman-Stumpff is another local artist-turned-friend that I'm desperately trying to get selling online. She has a few things on Society6, and occasionally sells original Puff Monsters on Etsy, but that's not even a fraction of her work.

Here are two of her newest print sets:


That Avatar set is stunning in person - I so love Toph.

And since John and I disagreed on which of these next two you guys would like best, I just got both:
 




 Alien vs Predator. Bwhahaha!
 
If you like Bianca's stuff, do me a favor and go tell her on Facebook you'd like an online store; maybe we can badger her into it like we did Charlie. ;) Sometimes Bianca offers sales through FB with shipping, too, so don't be afraid to ask.


And finally, I promise these hand-sculpted and poseable art plushes WON'T drain your bank account - if only because they're already sold.


Yes, my friends, that is a handmade and sculpted ART DOLL. Can you believe it?? It's by Wood Splitter Lee's Fantasy Creations, who makes all kinds of different baby animals and auctions them off on ebay - for prices I'm betting neither of us can afford. Heh.

Check out her panda:

OH. Migosh.

And her latest, a wolf pup you won't believe isn't a real live animal:


AAAIEEE! Seriously unbelievable. And Lee does everything, too, from constructing a wire "skeleton" inside the plush to handpainting the eyeballs!

Head over to Lee's DeviantArt gallery for lots more cuddly creatures, and for ebay links to her current auctions.


K, that does it for this month! Now you know the drill: comment below for a chance to win your choice of prize from my Pinterest Art Give-Away Board, which has all KINDS of new goodies on it. (More than I've posted here, in fact, so be sure to check it out!) I'll pick a winner at random in a few days, and I'll ship anywhere, so internationals are welcome.

Happy weekend, and happy commenting!

UPDATE: The give-away has ended, and the winner is AliceGracey! Congrats, Alice, and please e-mail me your mailing address & choice of prize!

744 comments:

  1. You always find the best stuff! Loving the Toothless so much!

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  2. That Batgirl watercolor is fabulous! And I love the Avengers poster. :)

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  3. I love the baby Toothless! So cute!
    ~Mandy in Greenville

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  4. So want that Dr. Who... or Groot... or... or... them all! How would you choose?!

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  5. I love that little Totoro in the left hand bottom corner, could you say who drew that?

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  6. Love the Kaylee print!

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  7. I love the Doctor Who print. It would be perfect for my Doctor Who themed bathroom!

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  8. I don't think I've ever commented on these posts but some of this month's stuff is seriously great!

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  9. That batgirl is awesome! I am so looking forward to going to the Tampa con next year!

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  10. I love the Avengers poster and the cereal stickers!

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  11. I would definitely pick the art deco Dr Who poster.

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  12. The plushies are scaring me just a little. ;)

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  13. We have an old black cat that looks like Toothless - so I'm sort of sentimental about that. But the Doctor is awesome! You have great taste. Thanks for sharing with us!

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  14. I have the Bamboota Night Fury print on a t-shirt. Love it!

    Yet like so many others, the baby Toothless and Doctor Who prints are awesome. *crosses fingers*

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  15. Please, please, pick me! The Toothless print is just too cute, and I can't get to any Cons.

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  16. GROOT!

    Have you posted pictures of your office lately? It'd be cool to see how you display all your fun geeky art. (And give me ideas for my rapidly growing collection.)

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    1. Since you asked... [grin] I *just* finished a whole new mini-wall of art in my office, so I'll be posting pics of that soon!

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  17. Alien vs Predator is too adorable!

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  18. I just posted the comment above about Groot/your office and then saw there was another Karen. Just wanted to clarify in case one of us wins. Don't want a war of the Karens!

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  19. To many good choices! I will take at least one.

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  20. So much great stuff this round!

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  21. Wow, such amazing finds. Those animal art dolls are fabulous!

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  22. Oh man, the art you post makes we want to start a home office makeover…dangerous! *sigh* Moving in half a year and will have a blank slate to start with - you're giving me so many fantastic ideas, but where to start?!!!!!! That Toothless melts my heart every time, but I think my favorite is still the Leia and R2D2 print!

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  23. So much great art!
    I'm hitting fan expo in toronto in a week - any advice on other artists I should hunt for?
    ~erin kristine

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  24. I love that Nekobus print!! i might just have to buy myself a copy. . .

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  25. I don't squee, and I think I just squee'd 4 times. Groot! Toothless! Wedge on a Ledge! Avatar! Clearly I need to go to non-local cons.

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  26. I can't believe that wolf pup!

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  27. Holy Crap! I think I found an Etsy shop to show my hubby when it comes to Christmas gifts! I do need to be picked b/c my 5 yr old Daughter is a huge MLP fan (Princess Twilight Sparkle FTW!) and she Needs the baby ponies. Also, does John know that build a bear has them? Rumor has it that Princess Celestia is going to be sold soon on the online store.

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  28. So much cool stuff! I love the Marvel T-shirts and the Avengers poster in particular. ^_^

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  29. You were right. I CAN'T HANDLE THE CUTE. *dies*

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  30. Love the Batgirl watercolor! Watercolors are my fave.

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  31. Oh my gosh, I NEED that panda!!

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  32. Which of you thought the Alien vs Predator was best? Whoever it was, I agree!

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  33. I wish every week had an art roundup, because the happy feelings I get looking at all this geeky art is too precious for only once a month!

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  34. All are awesome. If I win, how would I ever pick.... just one...

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  35. My friend just showed me your bog this morning and I couldn't help but squee at all the awesomeness!!!! I can't wait to go back through the past entries. :)

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  36. That baby Groot just MADE MY DAY!!!!

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  37. OMSQUEE the stuffies are super cute. Again I am fingers crossed for a win this month!

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  38. I love the toothless! So adorable :)

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  39. I still am trying for that "It's a Star Wars" print to put in our semi "Star Wars" themed nursery. Please pick me...!

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  40. Each time I scrolled further down, it just. got. BETTER. AND. BETTER. You have blown my mind with the amazingness of this post. No joke.

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  41. That...creature...by Kit Steele is GORGEOUS! I want one...I mean, like, for a pet... :-)

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  42. Loki Charms??? - I have no words - Love all of these

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  43. Amazing art roundup- probably one of my faves!!

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  44. oh my gosh, so many beautiful things on the board. it would be really hard to choose, but i'd probably go with something 'who' themed.

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  45. OMG all the cute!!! I now have a bajillion links to follow and need to add an art gallery to my house!!! :) You guys are awesome!

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  46. So much amazing art! I want that Avengers poster for the nursery!

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  47. Do many pretties! I want them all but will happily settle for one. :)

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  48. That Doctor Who print is amazeballs.

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  49. The Groot and wolf pup are both SO CUTE! So's the panda!

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  50. The toothless by Bamboosta is amazing!

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  51. I'd totally eat every one of those cereals. Couldn't the cereal makers do a special cross promotion?

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  52. My coworker saw the Groot from across the room and had to come see. And I agree, it is the cutest thing ever!!

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  53. Those bottom animal sculptures are amazing. Oh and the pin up Kaylee is the teefury shirt that got away...I rue it daily.

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  54. I absolutely love the art you pick out. Hoping to pick up a few of my own at Dragon Con next week!!

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  55. I immediately stopped reading once I saw the Wedge on the Ledge and posted it to my FB page with links to friend who would get a kick out of it. That is BRILLIANT!

    My daughter would absolutely love the art doll wolf pup. I'm afraid to even go look at her page because I doubt I could afford one.

    And the cereal sticker set! Bwa ha haaa!

    So much good stuff in this round up!

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  56. I think Wedge on a Ledge is the only version of Elf on the Shelf I'm okay with :D

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  57. Kaylee's Shiny Repair or one of those AMAZING animals.....pick me so I can struggle with this choice!

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  58. I may have to finally break down and go to a Con myself to experience this wonderful art first hand. Thanks for sharing!

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  59. this is really making me miss being able to go to cons. gonna have to show some of these to my husband so he can geek out with me

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  60. I *really* need to find a way to get out to a con, if for nothing else, then the access to the art! :)

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  61. You find the most amazing artwork!

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  62. You always manage to find such amazing pieces - and that Toothless really is adorable.

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  63. Ahhhg such beautiful beautiful art!

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  64. So many beautiful pieces. I don't think I have enough wall space for all the ones I want. hah!

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  65. A silhouette of Matt Smith with the Tardis? Yes please.

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  66. Gah so cool, all of it! Beautiful!

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  67. what amazing art once again!

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  68. I love your art round-ups. I will be at DCon this year and have already informed my husband that we have to try to find you. My daughter, Kaylee (yes,after the character), is upset that she can't go. Hope to see you there!!

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  69. I knew those poseable plushies before, but I'm always flabbergasted anew at how lifelike they look. That wolf cub is a cutie!

    Groot loops, hehe

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  70. OMG I NEED that Toothless!!
    He is the cutest thing ever, I'm even on the waitlist to get the plush one from Build a Bear since he sold out in a week last time.
    Fun Fact: My wedding music came from How to Train Your Dragons.
    Also Avatar art for the win.

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  71. I love that you do this. You have led me to some fabulous artists and items I have bought because I saw they here.

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  72. Blarggg how could one choose from all the amazingness?? I, personally, would HAVE to go for the Toothless. I've been in love with him ever since I saw the movie, and I have a small stuffed Toothless from one of my best friends as a gift for my birthday; one of the last gifts he gave me before he died, so Toothless has a very special place in my heart <3

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  73. I can't pick what is my favorite of all this wonderful new art!

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  74. Eeee, the little birdie with its little feet all splayed out!

    Also, those posters are gorgeous.

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  75. Those plushes! And the Avengers poster... I have got to go to a Con one of these days.

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  76. My husband melts at absolutely anything involving Toothless. He says his tiny black cat, Nancy, is Toothless's feline reincarnate. :) Love all the art this month!

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  77. Nice haul!
    My fingers are crossed for that adorable Jareth -- or perhaps the sketched Skellington.
    Enjoy the con and avoid the crud!
    JSilver

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  78. AAAAAAHHHHHHH That Toothless is absolutely AHdorable!!

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  79. My little girl just kept saying 'Sooooooo Cuuuuuute!' while I was going through the board. I really hope I win something for her.

    Audrey

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  80. Oooh... Pick me, pick me! *waving hand frantically*

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  81. I FREAKING LOVE GEEK ART!!! I went to Gencon and spent a full third of my money in the Artist's Alley, and would have spent more if I'd had it.

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  82. I love these! I am excited my cousin is getting into it too!

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  83. Tooooothleeeeess! You would fit right in with the rest of my dragon decor!

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  84. Great new additions. I still love the Star Wars/Small World mashup. I didn't see Toothless on the giveaway board -- he's adorable!

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  85. Awesome stuff! ♥

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  86. I am always amazed at the talent of all of the artists you feature.

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  87. I can't even handle the Groot cute.

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  88. That gorgeous Star Wars poster. I can't even.

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  89. I want them all! Cuteness overload!!

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  90. you find the most fun art! There are several here that would look at home on my walls ;)

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  91. Ahh so much awesome art. Love it.

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  92. My 14 yo geek girl would love anything Dr. Who or Avengers!

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  93. All the ideas these post inspire, pretty soon I'll have to start constructing random wall around the house to hold more art.

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  94. I so want some of those plushies now. It just sucks that your right and I can't afford them at the moment.

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  95. I usually find the Elf on the Shelf creepy as all get out, but LOVE the idea of Wedge on the ledge. Love it!

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  96. I'm dying over that Avatar set. So perfect.

    ~Alicia Faye

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  97. Hi Jen! I love your art roundups! I've found so many things (and spent so many monies) on them. :)

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  98. Can I have them all? I don't have the wall space, but I want them all.

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  99. So much goodness! I awwed at the Groot. And my jaw drops at those plush animals. So amazing.

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  100. Ah! They're all so amazing!! Your house must be made of cute by now!

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  101. Holy cow! I absolutely NEED Toothless for my baby girl's bedroom! We're already throwing around a Toothless costume idea for Halloween.

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  102. That wolf pup might be the most adorable thing in existence. I'm also a little envious of that long-legged kirin beast with the gold antlers--beautiful!

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  103. Wow... that wolf!
    And everything else for that matter.

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  104. I would seriously love to go shopping with you two. Long way to travel though. Brilliant selection of art goodies thanks for the chance to win one. Fingers firmly crossed.
    Sue L

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  105. Those plushies are insane!! Also I recently touchup painted my walls and now they're way to big and empty and white sooooo yeah....just sayin....

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  106. Love it when you post the art gallery.

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  107. I'm so in love with that CatBus, it's ridiculous!

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  108. rocket to the moon is amazing. love the colors.

    -bambu

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  109. Tempted to spend all my money and wallpaper my room in those gorgeous prints.

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  110. I am Groot! (Translation: thanks for sharing the great art!)

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  111. Comment, comment, comment! What a great world we inhabit, with such talented and amazing artists among us!

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  112. I need to start going to cons just for the art! You always find the CUTEST stuff!! Now I need a bowl of Groot Loops.

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  113. Wish it was easier to get all these in the UK, they are all so amazing!

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  114. Pleeeeease can I have all the Doctor Who art? Pretty please? :D

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  115. Oh man, I really need to get my butt moving with purchasing some geek art. Love it all!

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  116. So many awesome finds once again!!!!

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  117. Groot, Batgirl, and Toothless! Oh, my! All these links are seriously dangerous for my bank account. Thanks a lot, Jen! :)

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  118. OMG all the toothless art. I just have to wait for wondercon to roll around again so I can get some :(

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  119. Groot is so cute! Love the Bianca Roman-Stumpff print sets too!

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  120. Oh, that Avengers print is amazing!

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  121. Am I the only one who thinks Superman looks an awful lot like Matt Smith in that one drawing? Wowsers; thank you for providing me with my Christmas wish list for all of my UBER-Geek kiddoes! (I usually do a lot of their shopping on Think Geek, but I would SO rather support artists directly!!!)
    I've only recently discovered epbot, and I'm not sure how your giveways work, but I would love to win anything I saw on your Pinterest Giveaway board for my Brony/Trekkie/Lovecraft Loving/Alien and Predator Cosplaying adult son. :-) He once drove over 4 hours a couple of years ago to Chicago to meet John De Lancie (despite his anxiety disorder and fear of driving in cities), so I am definitely sending him over to Pinterest to check out that adorable Discord! I already sent him an email, ordering him to get over here and see that AvP!
    I also checked out Wood Splitter Lee's Deviant Art page and shared that with one of my other kids. I am in absolute awe!!!
    Thanks for sharing, Jen. You seriously rock!!!
    P.S. Pick me!! Pick me!!! (jumping up and down, waving hands in the air)

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  122. Batgirl and Toothless are awesome, but I'm really loving the Avatar set since I've been watching Legend of Korra recently. Great finds!

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  123. I need some super hero art for my boys room. And I really think I need to include the new Batgirl.

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  124. Yeah... I'm going to need Groot. If only just to say Piper has Piper's art on her wall! :)
    Such a tease this month with all the adorableness!
    Happy Friday, Jen!

    --Piper P from Washington State!

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  125. The Alien vs Predator made me giggle, I love seeing characters made little and cute. :P

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  126. Groot! I actually got to see GotG again this week. I can't remember the last time I saw a movie twice in theaters.

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  127. I really enjoy the art that you showcase in your giveaways. This is the first time I've commented to win!

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  128. I cant decide which made me SQUEE more loudly, Baby Groot or Toothless. And I LOVE the Avatar pics.

    Forensic, my son and I saw it twice opening weekend, and I can't remember the last time I did that, either!!!

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  129. I ordered those postcards from Bamboota! I couldn't resist. Love them! (I also thought about ordering some of her Firefly prints for my hubby.)

    And that baby Groot is too adorable! Squee!

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  130. That little bird by Piper Thibodeau at the top is so cute! You always find such great stuff!

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  131. Those posters by Alex Asfour are AMAZING! I wish he would set up an online shop for us internationals. And baby Groot is too cute!

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  132. I keep trying!!! I need the Avengers stuff for my big boy's bedroom! Thanks for the chance!

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  133. Wow! Some wonderful things there. Thanks for the giveaway.

    Heather M.

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  134. Another amazing round up! Love the Bamboota Toothless and Catbus

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  135. OMG! The Wedge on the ledge is brilliant, brilliant, brilliant!

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  136. I have never wanted to win as bad as today, need that Toothless for my living room wall. Thank you Jen, for badgering these people into making shops, we need more awesome art in this world!

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  137. Ah! Toothless and Groot!!!

    They are so cute!

    <3

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  138. My 6yo daughter would love anything on the wall!

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  139. Groot! And the Avengers food stickers! OMG they are too adorable and awesome to stand. WANT!!

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  140. I really, really love that Toothless! Wish I lived somewhere where I could go to cons and buy all of this amazing art.

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  141. Oh my gosh, pick me, pick me! I am in LOVE with that Toothless (I'm one of those who asked about it right away last time you showed it to us!). Seriously, great collection again! Squee-s galore!

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  142. groot is sooo incredibly cute! i can't get over it i love them all! love your giveaways!

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  143. Those sculpted animals are amazing! I myself need that baby Groot in my life.

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  144. I LOVE LOVE LOVE the Toothless and the GROOT! Oh and I have the Kaylee's repair service shirt but mine came in damaged and gets worse each time it is washed. So glad I can get a print so I don't have to pout about it anymore.

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  145. Oh. Oh my. I need that wolf pup doll in my life. *Goes to check out the Ebay shop* Love the Groot and Toothless prints, too! I am mildly obsessed with all things Groot right now.

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  146. Wedge on the Ledge is too funny!

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  147. I can never decide which kind of posts are my favorite--the crafting how-tos or the art roundups! Awesome stuff, Jen!

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  148. That wolf pup made my day. The cuteness!

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  149. Squeeeeeeee!!!!! Toothless looks so much like my cat :D

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  150. That little panda is so cute and fluffy! And of course tiny Groot is adorable!

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  151. This is definitely one of the best art round ups, so many stunning pieces, the wolf pup is too cute for words except perhaps 'He's so fluffy I'm gonna die!' I also love the Avengers one, Toothless and Alien vs Predator because it reminds me of me and my brother playing co-op, although I won't say who's who :-)

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  152. I love this all!!!!! The cereals made me laugh, the Toothless made me squee, and the Avatar prints made me say, "Whoa! That's awesome!!!"

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  153. And I have to get me one of them Wedge on the Ledges!!

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  154. You always find such amazing things! I look forward to your monthly art round up each month :)

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  155. Your art roundups usually don't get me, I'm not the same flavor of geek. But this month, woo! Kyoot Groot, and Firefly, and more stuff to add to my xmas gift list (I plan months ahead, mostly because i craft a lot of things and that takes a lot of time).

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  156. Toothless has GOT to be based on a small black cat like mine - tho' mine likes to chew on your fingers. I would love to give that picture a home - hell, I'll even re-decorate!

    Mrs DW

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  157. Everything is gorgeous as ever, but those plush animals are astounding! I look forward to the art updates every month. :)

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  158. Yay art roundup! Here's to hoping I'm the big winner! :) And, as always, thanks for sharing such wonderful, beautiful, fun art!

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  159. What a great art roundup! Hard to decide which I like best!

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  160. These are all too amazing. It was for the art alone that I was so excited to go to our first con last year, and only because you helped me see what was out there. Thanks!

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