Shout out for Little Monster Girl a NSFW webcomic

This is a photograph of Jennifer Paetsch
Jennifer Paetsch Image source
Some readers of Yummy Lummy as well as some followers on various social media platforms I use will know that I have mentioned the work of Jennifer Paetsch before. Jennifer is an indie artist living in Berlin, Germany. Apart from young adult fantasy fiction, Jennifer draws a couple of webcomics, viz., Little Monster Girl and the Forgotten Road.
This is a photograph of Gary Lum with Jennifer Paetsch's Little Monster Girl merchandise
To bring in a little more income, Jennifer does commissioned work and she sells merchandise featuring Zela the Little Monster Girl. Now I should point out that Zela is NSFW (not safe for work in case you were wondering) because she’s occasionally topless and when she does have a top on, well, let’s just say she may as well not have a top on. From time to time, Zela also rides a large boar with nice big tusks named Fullmoon and another bosomy character is Lulu.
One of the great things about Jennifer as a blogger is that she is very engaging with her readers. I often enjoy multilayered conversations with her in the comments section of each blog post.
If you’d like Jennifer to draw you something like a caricature or your pet check out this page on donation art. The page contains an e-mail address for Jennifer so you can make contact and place an order. If you’d like to become a regular supporter, Jennifer has a patreon account as well.
The other way to support Jennifer is to visit her shop. Her new shop is with Redbubble and features a new design. Products include T-shirts, cups, mugs, smartphone cases, tablet cases, laptop sleeves and even cushions plus stationary. Jennifer also had an old store from which I bought some merchandise. I thought I’d share with you some photographs of how I’ve combined Yummy Lummy and Little Monster Girl. I think Zela’s complexion matches nicely the colour of my Kensington Pride mango from Katherine (Northern Territory of Australia) but discovered in Queensland!
I’ve always food and art go together!
You can follow Jennifer on Twitter where she tweets things that speak to her.
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The full metal narcissist did an interview recently
Chris the story reading ape also did an interview
I also found this YouTube clip from another LMG fan

From time to time I’ll feature other bloggers I follow, especially those with whom I’m formed some type of relationship/bond. I wish I had done with with Barb before she died.

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    1. Reading LMG always brings a smile to my face and the forgotten road is always fun. I also enjoy the way you as a blogger interact with people who comment. It’s part of what I really enjoy about blogging myself. It’s great when bloggers communicate.

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