I draw the webcomic Manly Guys Doing Manly Things and work on cartoons you might see on TV sometimes.

 

global-fashions:

GQ Magazine Launches Thailand Edition with a cover FULL of Thai celebrities!

Hugo Julajak Jakrapong (Pop-rock singer), Joey Boy (Hip-hop singer), Ken Theeradej Wongpuapan (Actor), Tong Banjong Pisanthanakun (Director), Ray MacDonald (Actor), Tor Thanapob Leeratanakajorn (Teen-idol, Actor), Nirut Sirijanya (Legendary actor), & Sarawut Hengsawad Roundfinger (Author, Writer)

photos by Nat Prakobsantisuk

styled by Pop Kampol

sodakick:

coelasquid:

Amazed by the number of people who think my webcomic is called “Manly Men Doing Manly Things” and stars a character named Captain Badass.

Actually that’s my webcomic.

It’s very different and original, I’m not sure how people make that mistake.

Amazed by the number of people who think my webcomic is called “Manly Men Doing Manly Things” and stars a character named Captain Badass.

mazarinedrake:

coelasquid:

dirkbolero replied to your post: averagephoenixwrightgame.jpg

why did you make apollo asian? the games take place in LA.

I do not mean to alarm you sir but Los Angeles happens to be home to many individuals of East Asian heritage.

Is it officially set in L.A. or has our ignorant friend here fallen prey to localization shenanigans? Because I always thought the games were set in Tokyo.

The games are so obviously set in Tokyo that the I-don’t-think-you-even-tried-at-all job the localizers did of setting them in Los Angeles is a running joke.

See: Eat Your Hamburgers, Apollo

dirkbolero replied to your post: averagephoenixwrightgame.jpg

why did you make apollo asian? the games take place in LA.

I do not mean to alarm you sir but Los Angeles happens to be home to many individuals of East Asian heritage.

shrugsorhhugs replied to your post: If you go up to a producer and pitch t…

you’re thinking of “god bless america” about a terminally ill middle class man that goes around murdering people that annoy him in a bid to better the world

It’s cute that you think that synopsis only describes one movie.

If you go up to a producer and pitch them a script for a movie about a heterosexual upper middle class white man who feels ground down by society and decides to go around murdering inferior sheeple who get in his way to rebel against The System, I wonder if they just say “wow yeah, there totally aren’t enough of those movies yet” and give you a gift basket full of money.

Sometimes I can’t tell when I’m watching Peter Stormare in a movie and when I’m watching Stanley Tucci in a movie.