I finally got around to playing dragon age 2! Here’s my Rose Hawke & Fenris. I don’t know how it happened. I was planning on romancing Merrill!
Here are my incredibly nerdy D&D valentines I drew for my boyfriend. My favorite is Vecna.
The Secret of Kells - early production design
One of my favorite films!
She is my favorite bit about Doctor Who.
I finally got around to drawing my Anora Shepard enjoying a down moment. Garrus seems a little tied up though.
I think my favorite part is her the fish tank.
Listeners, let’s take a moment to discuss measurement
martzi13 asked: I'd really like to see a "Paint Me" prompt!
When Shepard cleared her throat, Garrus glanced up from his work to find a package thrust abruptly under his nose. It was carefully wrapped in heavy blue paper and bound with gold ribbons. Some kind of decorative bow sat in the center, and he felt his stomach sink.
“It’s not my birthday,” he said.
“Is it one of those human holidays? I, uh, I didn’t know.”
Shepard smiled a lopsided smile he’d have pegged as nervous if it were creasing any other face. She jostled the package and shifted her weight from one foot to the other. “Can’t a girl give her boyfriend a present for no reason?”
And then she laughed. Nervously. Definitely nervously.
“Oh, just open it. It’s probably stupid.”
The large box was oddly heavy. Too big to be a mod. Not the right shape to be a gun. He turned it over in his hands, trying to make sense of it. He shook it once. The contents shifted back and forth, but gave him no clues. He glanced up in time to catch the fondness of Shepard’s expression. When he began to carefully peel back the paper, Shepard laughed a more genuine laugh. “You can rip it. Ripping the paper’s half the present.”
He flicked his mandibles skeptically, but had to admit there was something pleasing about the carnage of torn paper. He saved the bow. And the ribbons.
He wasn’t used to seeing her so anticipatory. Or anxious. She stared at the box on his lap as if staring could force it to open on its own. Mostly to tease her, he lifted the lid very slowly, and then he froze as he realized what the package contained. “Oh,” he said, speechless. She’d crammed the box full of art supplies. Pencils, different-sized pads of paper, a dozen brushes, three different collections of paints.
“I didn’t know how serious you were,” she explained, spreading her hands wide and shrugging helplessly. “You can tell me if you—”
“Shepard.” His voice cracked a little on the last syllable of her name; she didn’t appear to notice.
“I know the middle of the war’s probably no time for taking up a new hobby, but I passed this shop the last time we were on the Citadel, and if you were joking you don’t have to—”
“Shepard,” he repeated, firmly enough to stop her mid-rush. “It’s perfect. Thank you.”
She blinked at him, smiling with obvious pleasure, cheeks flushing a delicate shade of pink. Rose and cream. He could start there.
As projects went, capturing the exact shade of her delight was, he decided, a worthy one. Better than Reaper blood any day.
Tarysande wrote this lovely prompt for me a while back and I just wanted to say how much I love it! Here’s a terrible doodle of what I picture the aftermath to be, which is just Shepard hovering over Garrus’ shoulder calibration style while he tries to paint. (its a picture of Palaven BTW)
Since I basically disappeared in December, I thought I’d upload a ton of stuff to make up for my absence! After working on what has now become The Daily Planet Files since May of 2013, I’m finally happy with the designs and what this has developed into. Who know what surprises 2014 holds for these guys;)…
I’d like to wish my super cool followers a happy, healthy, and prosperous new year!
Superman is my favorite. These are such wonderful drawings!
two of my favorite Night Vale twitter posts.
Night Vale <3
Here’s the first batch of some of the work I did this semester in grad school. We had 2 weeks to make a short film. I decided to make things a little harder for myself by trying my hand at animation, using adobe illustrator and movie to string it all together.
It’s an adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s Little Match girl.