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winneganfake:

This needs to get spread a good bit more. 

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sisterclaire:

I had originally intended this as a Christmas post, but I was away for the holidays and forgot to bring my tablet pen.

A snapshot of happier times.  This must have taken place before Claire and her fellowship (sistership?) ran away.  It’s been a long time since I drew Catharine looking healthy and unscathed.  I almost forgot what she looked like that way! XD

For new followers, “Sister Claire” is my webcomic series, all free to read online at http://www.sisterclaire.com/.  The first book is coming out soon! =)

sisterclaire:

I forgot my tablet at home (I’m away for xmas) so I wasn’t able to get my xmas pic finished today. It will be up by New Years!

I’ll post previews of Kickstarter-exclusive artwork in the meantime. Thank you to everyone who pledged and spread the word! <3

Here is a little preview of the Xmas pic which I’ll post on New Year’s:

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sisterclaire:

It’s the countdown to Xmas, and also to the end of the Sister Claire Book 1 kickstarter! You still have ONE DAY left to pledge, and there are still lots of cool rewards (keychains, custom sketches, and more!) so please spread the word! =)

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1328500402/sister-claire-book-kickstarter

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jeyl:

This one goes out to a special friend of mine who’s artwork is so wonderful it should never be wasted, no matter what it’s drawn on!

Wow, I never expected my little doodle on the package to end up as an ornament! It’s somehow fitting for her, though. XD

I also got this from my friend Vera in Holland:

It’s perfect. <3

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sisterclaire:

Here’s to the future, and whatever it has in store.

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religiousragings:

To XMAS And Beyond!

A great video by The Thinking Atheist summarizing everything wrong about the, “put the Christ back in Christmas,” nonsense.

When I was younger and I started researching Xmas and learning about how all the traditions actually stemmed from much older Pagan religions, I enjoyed it much more.  My favorite Xmases are always in Austria, where many of the ties to the Pagan origins are a lot more obvious- like St. Nicholas and the Krampus, not to mention holiday bonfire celebrations. XD