Back and Ready

December was a mess – basically NOTHING was accomplished due to various injuries and such, so unfortunately I am behind on comics and drawings and writing back people and so on and so forth

BUT

HELLO 2013 , YEAR OF THE SNAKE – RACHEL FOSS IS READY FOR YOU

So over the weekend I quickly (and sloppily) drew this comic review of my year, for and to me and all my viewers out there, so you know where I am coming from and why I go the way I go and do what I do.

I certainly do go to the hospital a lot.

 

*Empty Bed will be back tomorrow morning and every Monday like before, as well as our other regularly scheduled programs

hope everyone had a rad holiday season.

 

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Side Project: MUSCLES

This past week during a slow morning at work, a coworker and I came up with a bunch of Muscle Jokes and decided to turn them into a comic book!

It’s just a fun side project but it should be done soon!

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I have also been really inspired by the extremely talented Sam Hiti, who often posts sketches of people either from his head or public/life drawing setting.  I’d like to do more of these but I only have these two for october so far:

And last week Scott C. visited Chicago and did a talk at Qumby’s and  DePaul Univ.  so I drew this !

Rid-dit-dit-da-doo!

I’ve been a supertime slacker lately, but i still managed to re-draw two pages for the anthology i think its coming along :)

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In OTHER news, i got to hang out with Paul Pope all weekend, NO BIG DEAL OR ANYTHING. Jesus this place…

Paul also came with Sam Hiti –

Now, I will be honest – i had never heard of Sam Hiti before they came, but he is by far my favorite.  The guy is friggin awesome.   we went out to dinner on saturday and Paul drew THESE on the table (among others)     and yes, paul pope did in fact buy me dinner.  IS THIS REAL LIFE?!?!?

read more about it on the Schultz Library Blog!

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Featured Artist: Jen Vaughn

Jen is an alumni of the Center for Cartoon Studies and currently works at their library.  She is known best for her menstruation comics which are both funny and informitive ;)

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ive been super obsessed with these guys lately