Strip nr. 1 “We used to be Jiro’s breasts and we want our own TV show” – Advertisements
ABOUT THE AUTHOR intro > HOME > about (Scroll down for Nederlands) As a four-year old little girl I made my first comics and continued doing so on a very irregular basis with not much of a focus. Shifting from realistic drawing to weird abstract pretentious stuff (because I got poisoned by art school). Now… Continue reading ▸ About Jiro
Afgelopen zaterdag 9 maart was ik de hoofdgast in de Kulti Kulti – LGBT+ Radioshow van Robert Weijers waarin ik over mijn kunst en mijzelf als gendergevorderde spreek. In de uitzendtijd van MVS Gaystation bij SALTO stadsradio Amsterdam. Nu online terug te luisteren: kultikulti #68 met Gert Hekma’s ABC van Perversies: “Zweep”, audiocolumn: “Leaving Neverland”,… Continue reading Radio interview: Kulti Kulti
Every day in October I will be posting a new comic or drawing of some sort on my instagram www.instagram.com/thebosoms The event is inktober. I like the limitation of keeping myself to the official ‘prompts’ of each day. The words we got for the first batch are rather disappointing: Poisonous, Tranquil, Roasted, Spell, Chicken, Drooling, Exhausted, Star,… Continue reading Inktober 2018: 1-10
It is done, I’ve succeeded in keeping up with the high pace of my sequential art class. Last assignment: create a storyline that must contain the following 3 elements: -1. a park, –2. a child, and –3. a balloon that comes to life. Most people I guess would make fluffy lovey-dovey and sugary sweet story-lines with this, but not me…… Continue reading Trauma in thumbnails
Jump to: – Comics class week #1 – Comics class week #2 – Comics class week #3 – Comics class week #4 (this post) – Comics class week #5 Today’s comics homework had the following challenge: you get a short, predefined script, for which you must choose 3 different layouts, changing the pacing and the… Continue reading The adventures of DeeDee The Drag Queen
Jump to: – Comics class week #1 – Comics class week #2 – Comics class week #3 (this post) – Comics class week #4 – Comics class week #5 Time… I found this to be the hardest assignment for my comics class so far… This is typically something I just do intuitively, but this week we… Continue reading Compressing and decompressing time
Jump to: – Comics class week #1 – Comics class week #2 (this post) – Comics class week #3 – Comics class week #4 – Comics class week #5 Okay, so I’ve started a new job AND I’m doing a speedy in depth comics class on Kadenze. The assignment this week was to do a comic… Continue reading A comic every day… (Not…)
Jump to: – Comics class week #1 (this post) – Comics class week #2 – Comics class week #3 – Comics class week #4 – Comics class week #5 Me and my Bosoms have been apart for over six years now. And I’ve had my ups and downs in art, with some occasional exhibitions, some… Continue reading Comics class: art in relationship
I am continuously shocked by the misery of the world, but today more than ever. I don’t like the “Je suis Charlie” campaign because we are NOT Charlie. We did not die ourselves, so don’t flaunt martyrdom. This whole #Iam hashtag hype seems a new form of selfie-making. Additionally I feel that massive displays of… Continue reading Je suis Charlie
11 EPIC THINGS I DID THIS YEAR (#7 WILL TOTALLY BLOW YOUR MIND!!) – – I have news for you! Two big things are happening in the year that hasn’t yet begun. First: my proposal for the very first Queers & Comics Conference in New York got accepted! The conference will be in may 2015,… Continue reading New, newer, news!
This is the text I read out at Zsa Zsa Zine on march 8th. On this “international women’s and women-identified-gendersoup” day it may seem out of place for someone like me to speak out. To put it simple: I really did live life as a girl and a woman completely, and in full immersion until… Continue reading How I became feminist after becoming male.