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Sean Conlan 🍺 @sconlan

“Dark Euphoria is what the twenty-teens feels like. Things are just falling apart, you can’t believe the possibilities, it’s like anything is possible, but you never realized you’re going to have to dread it so much.”

-Bruce Sterling

morbid thought Show more

Had unexpected expenses so I’m opening a couple commissions spots!

This is a brand new Queue (only one spot taken so far) so this is a fast turnaround! ko-fi.com/monarobot/commission

If you can’t get a commission but can spare a coffee ☕️ that would help too! ko-fi.com/monarobot

#commissionme #fediart #mastoart #commissions

Please exchange contact details on here when somebody means something to you (doesn't have to be street addresses or other identifying things). Mastodon accounts get deleted, servers vanish, phones get stolen and shit happens.

Please reach out to me if we're mutuals and you want an email address or messenger details.

Learned from losing someone to the internet void recently.

“kiss me first”, mini spoiler, get off my lawn Show more

Guess I can finally share this! Here’s the cover I made for Criterion’s latest Godzilla collection.

#fediart #mastoart #artistsonmastodon #godzilla

I’ve been on a hardcore kick lately and stumbled on G.L.O.S.S., “Trans day of Revenge”. Seriously, how are they not the Mastodon house band.

If you like hardcore and fighting the man, see also Redbait and Negro Terror.

Check out the colors on these berries

@thurloat it’s quiet on my home timeline. It seems like I’m not getting toots from other instances 🤷‍♂️

Wild controversial take Show more

@ink_slinger i threw out my bad pair and ended up regretting it when I stupidly took my good ones home one day

1969: I bet we will have flying cars in the future

2019: Coffee with DRM

Pet peeve: manufacturers that don’t clearly mark the model and serial number, with labels on their products; leaving the owners to figure out which jumble of characters are important