gqutie:

This week’s comic may be nsfw, depending on your workspace’s policies. I will take another comic another time to elaborate on just what was going on in my head when I worked out the entire gender thing, but for now, let’s enjoy the priorities I had roughly a year ago!
As a reminder the GQUTIE zines are finally off the press!! You can get them for $10 plus shipping— I printed a small batch, so they’ll be disappearing pretty quick! More information is on the blog.

gqutie:

This week’s comic may be nsfw, depending on your workspace’s policies. I will take another comic another time to elaborate on just what was going on in my head when I worked out the entire gender thing, but for now, let’s enjoy the priorities I had roughly a year ago!

As a reminder the GQUTIE zines are finally off the press!! You can get them for $10 plus shipping— I printed a small batch, so they’ll be disappearing pretty quick! More information is on the blog.

gqutie-blog:

The GQUTIE zines are finally off the press! Sixteen newsprint pages with a thick color cover, these books are currently being sold for $10 each (plus shipping if you’re far off). There’s only eleven left of this batch, so it’ll be good to act fast!

If you’re interested, you can either shoot me an ask here, or stop by my thesis presentation on May 1st at the Pacific Northwest College of Art at 4:30 and not only walk away with a book, but get to hear me talk about how GQUTIE came to be!

gqutie-blog:

gqutie:

Needless to say, my relationship to feminism, and especially feminist spaces in Portland, has become a lot more complicated lately.
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In other news, we have a tentative date for my thesis presentation! Currently, I will be presenting at 4:30 pm on Thursday, the 1st of May! If you’re in the Portland area, come stop by the Pacific Northwest College of Art and hear me talk about my work, as well as get first dibs on some goodies! More details will be in the blog soon!
Also, if you lot are curious about the weird gridding happening with the screen tones, these comics were originally drawn for print, which means the screen tones were made at the high resolution. I’m currently trying to find a way to make the tones not tesselate to high heavens without making two versions (one at print resolution, one at screen resolution), but we’ll see.

New comic this week!

gqutie-blog:

gqutie:

Needless to say, my relationship to feminism, and especially feminist spaces in Portland, has become a lot more complicated lately.

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In other news, we have a tentative date for my thesis presentation! Currently, I will be presenting at 4:30 pm on Thursday, the 1st of May! If you’re in the Portland area, come stop by the Pacific Northwest College of Art and hear me talk about my work, as well as get first dibs on some goodies! More details will be in the blog soon!

Also, if you lot are curious about the weird gridding happening with the screen tones, these comics were originally drawn for print, which means the screen tones were made at the high resolution. I’m currently trying to find a way to make the tones not tesselate to high heavens without making two versions (one at print resolution, one at screen resolution), but we’ll see.

New comic this week!

gqutie-blog:

gqutie:

This week, we have my only memory as a kid considering gender variance. Would things have been different if I had been supported in my statement? I don’t really know. Well all know what did happen, though.
In the past week, this comic has climbed past the 100 followers mark! It’s so great to see that this art, which is very close to my heart, find a place in the hearts of others. Thanks so much for your support!
I also have some exciting news! As you know, GQutie is not only a webcomic, but my senior thesis for my BFA Degree. In three weeks, I’m going to be presenting my thesis to my school, and if any of you guys are in the Portland, Oregon area, you can come see it too! It will be between April 29th and May 3rd at the Pacific Northwest College of Art. See me talk about my art, my experience, and read my limited print zine with the first ten comics! I’ll get more information to everyone soon, if not on here, then at the GQutie blog. Hope to see you there!

This week’s comic is up, plus some great news!

gqutie-blog:

gqutie:

This week, we have my only memory as a kid considering gender variance. Would things have been different if I had been supported in my statement? I don’t really know. Well all know what did happen, though.

In the past week, this comic has climbed past the 100 followers mark! It’s so great to see that this art, which is very close to my heart, find a place in the hearts of others. Thanks so much for your support!

I also have some exciting news! As you know, GQutie is not only a webcomic, but my senior thesis for my BFA Degree. In three weeks, I’m going to be presenting my thesis to my school, and if any of you guys are in the Portland, Oregon area, you can come see it too! It will be between April 29th and May 3rd at the Pacific Northwest College of Art. See me talk about my art, my experience, and read my limited print zine with the first ten comics! I’ll get more information to everyone soon, if not on here, then at the GQutie blog. Hope to see you there!

This week’s comic is up, plus some great news!

gqutie:

This week we have a super special double pager! I actually took ballet classes for six years as a kid, but after stopping them, I had another ten years of an ambivalent relationship with my physical ability. Being able to come back to ballet has been enormously healing for me.

I’d like to give a special thanks to both The Test Shot and BodyVox as well. The Test Shot does photo shoots and interviews with transmasculine individuals out of the UK documenting their relationship with their clothes and presentations. Harri’s shoot in particular meant a lot to me early in my first year as a genderqueer person, and led me to look into ballet again.

BodyVox is the dance and performance studio where I took classes, and it was a delightful experience. Thanks so much!

I’m doing a really fun sketch exchange with my two good friends Barb and Beth, so I’ll be doing a stream in a little bit of it, and if people are still around, you’ll get to see me poke around some other art as well (maybe even some GQutie pages!).

gqutie:

This week, we have a little bit of my feelings one time I tried going to a trans support group. It might have been the wrong week to go, or perhaps just the wrong group, but it did leave a bit of an impression.

gqutie:

This week, we have a little bit of my feelings one time I tried going to a trans support group. It might have been the wrong week to go, or perhaps just the wrong group, but it did leave a bit of an impression.

originalreboot:

Cherry Davidson is a fledgling hunter working out of Salem. Her mother is retired, but after it was apparent that her daughter was going to keep going behind her back to fight monsters that may or may not be an actual threat, she started training her more formally.

Cherry is a remnant of my brief fascination with Rockabilly, and I wanted for her to more visually embody the diversity within the subculture, as well as her personality. She’s certainly very ambitious and a bit rough and tumble (a very “first born” mentality), but she’s also still very young (just out of high school), a little geeky, and secure in her femininity.

EPIC Rapport | A Tribute to Designations Congruent With Things
A soundtrack to cognitive dissonance, to walls and tearing them down, to life partnerships with psuedoboyfriends, to the kids (and the real kids), to nosebleeds, to mind-reading, and to science.

Some Nights [Intro] (fun.) | Autoclave (The Mountain Goats) | Numeral (Unwed Sailor) | Little Talks (Of Monsters and Men) | Call Them Brothers (Regina Spektor) | Undone - The Sweater Song (Weezer) | All Alright (fun.) | 42 (Coldplay) | Immer Wieder (Madsen) | Flaws (Bastille)

Listen Here // Playlist by Screech // Art by Ronnie
With many thanks to cleanwhiteroom, for bringing this story to life.
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I totally got my good friend Screech into Designations Congruent with Things, and she made another awesome playlist, so I made another cover! It definitely takes some inspiration from feriowind’s great piece.

EPIC Rapport | A Tribute to Designations Congruent With Things

A soundtrack to cognitive dissonance, to walls and tearing them down, to life partnerships with psuedoboyfriends, to the kids (and the real kids), to nosebleeds, to mind-reading, and to science.

Some Nights [Intro] (fun.) | Autoclave (The Mountain Goats) | Numeral (Unwed Sailor) | Little Talks (Of Monsters and Men) | Call Them Brothers (Regina Spektor) | Undone - The Sweater Song (Weezer) | All Alright (fun.) | 42 (Coldplay) | Immer Wieder (Madsen) | Flaws (Bastille)

Listen Here // Playlist by Screech // Art by Ronnie

With many thanks to cleanwhiteroom, for bringing this story to life.

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I totally got my good friend Screech into Designations Congruent with Things, and she made another awesome playlist, so I made another cover! It definitely takes some inspiration from feriowind’s great piece.