Happy International Giantess Day!

  Once again this most important day is upon us. During previous IGDs I’ve provided helpful instructions on how to proceed, how to properly celebrate the giantess in your life. I’ve promised I’ll write a Giantess Day anthem, and so far have only come up with something that sounds a lot like Borat might have written it. “Giantesses have the best potassium, other beings have lesser quality potassium,” and the like. Just… terrible. Will that stop me? No, of course not. Nothing ever stops me from having huge fun… except lack of time. This time around I’ve come up with a pledge for this wonderful day. The pledge is incomplete, but when it’s ready it will be printable and signable. I also wanted to complete the drawing above, but I’ve been insanely busy, and other stuff was going on too. So, basically, this blog entry is about what I wanted to do to celebrate the day, and what I’ve yet to accomplish. Now, without further ado, I’ll get back to my writing and sketching, and update this entry any time before the decade is over. Have a joyous day with your tiny or giant people!
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  1. Whoops, guess I missed it too. How to get this wonderful day enacted into law? I called my congressman and he said, quote, “I’d like to help you son, but I’ve already got your vote.” Yes please to finishing your sketch, when you can.

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    1. That’s what I’d like to know. I’ll look into it, as I should have done years ago. Thank you, meremention.

      I’m almost done with the sketch. Then I’ll add color, shading, and will be ready to publish it. I look forward to the day that process takes me hours, instead of the inexperienced weeks I go through now, to finish one single drawing. Sighs.

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