Book 3 is finally ready!! If you’re interested in getting any of the books, here are the links to the main store:
Today’s comic was #300 and with that Busty Girl Comics is officially done posting daily.
Don’t panic! The resources, advice, and store will still be here and I’ll be posting updates from time to time about Vol. 3 (due out soon!), upcoming shows, related projects, and other things that I promise will be relevant.
There might be some comics you may not have seen so please check out the backlog, which will remain up, or buy the books (or you may want to reread them, which is highly encouraged <3). I will be moving on to other art projects and will announce when my next comic series starts up. I also have a sketch blog (not always safe-for-work; look for sfw tag at top) for those interested in my other artistic endeavors.
Now that that’s out of the way, I have something to tell you all:
This comic has been a significant part of my life for the past 10 and a half months and it’s been an adventure, to say the least. I had never thought I’d have the opportunity to make a comic that’s read by so many people and made a difference for so many, especially so early in my career. This whole thing has been such a wonderful experience. I still have trouble realizing that the silly doodles I started out of frustration ended up giving so many, myself included, a new appreciation for our bodies and the busty people we care about. I never would have dreamed I could be a part of such a broad and welcoming community, let alone contribute to it as much as I have. You’ll never know how much the readers of this series have meant to me this year. Thank you all so much.
lovelymentality asked: Every time someone reblogs one of these comics, I feel ashamed that my breasts are too small... and I'm a D cup...
I’m sorry you feel that way but why would my comics make you feel like that have to be any particular size? Whatever size you are is worth being happy about and if you don’t relate to all of the problems that come from being larger than a D, isn’t that a good thing? And if you don’t relate to the perks, that doesn’t mean you don’t have any perks of your own that come from the size you are.
My comics are simply a way for people to vent about everyday frustrations and laugh about shared experiences. Not every comic is going to apply to everyone because we’re all different. I should hope that everyone can still understand the perspective of the subject of each comic, even if they don’t relate personally, and they don’t take it as a personal insult when they don’t relate.