purple crowned xeno inks
india ink + g-pen on bristol
As per request of @alienfirst, drawing a xenomorph colored like a Purple-Crowned Fairy Wren since some pictures of ‘em are circulating around. I can’t say no to Amanda, really.
Some peers are pushing me pretty hard into my bottomless pit of Alien obsession. I tend not to talk about it sometimes cause I can be THAT FAN who nitpicks inconsistencies to death in games and such that are based on the films. But I do love me some Internecivus raptus.
Comparison of digital art of mine from 2002 and 2012 respectively.
Draw, kids. Draw a lot.
Made a prompt for kariohki and agreed that if she did it, I would too.
Prompt is to draw a male Justice League member gender-swapped, and it must not be one that has a female equivalent (i.e. Batman, Superman, etc).
I chose Captain Atom, of whom I am having a lot of fun with because it’s not often I get to draw a masculine, muscular woman. Nathaniel Adam is canonically a USAF Vietnam vet so Natalie Christine Adam can hardly be a waif.
Having so much fun with this I might do gal pal genderswaps of Booster Gold and Blue Beetle… assuming I can make it through an entire drawing of “Teri” Kord without ugly crying.
DAMN YOU DC DAMN YOU IF YOU DON’T MAKE THIS RIGHT IN NEW 52 I WILL NEVER FORGIVE YOUUUUUUU
a thing for amanda
Iris, a magical girl whose power comes from a glass prism that splits her soul into seven multiple facets, each representing a different colour of the spectrum.
i really wanted to draw her so i did she is reall y cute….
WOW!!!! Thank you so much!!! You drew her so well, I love her baggy purple sweater and cute chubby legs, hehe~ I never expected anyone would draw her, thank you again!! *sits in amazed silence*
hngggg both of you are so gooooood
The quote from the college is infuriating:
Hobart and William Smith Colleges regret the accessibility challenges faced by Professors Kuusisto and Peace. The conference organizers immediately apologized and the president of Hobart and William Smith also personally expressed his regret. We remain committed to ensuring that our facilities and programs are accessible to all members of the community. We have taken immediate steps to create more appropriate signage and to mitigate access issues.
Nope. That’s not gonna do. See, you just placed the problem for YOUR brazenly inaccessible buildings on two disabled people. Your sentence structure is more or less, “We apologize for the fact that it hurt when you we punched you in the stomach.”See? It’s not actually an apology if you locate the problem within the person you harmed.
In doing so, you take away your own responsibility - ethically as well as legally - to create an inclusive learning environment, and you refuse to acknowledge how many other disabled people - or pregnant people, parents of young kids, people with broken legs, older folks, athletes who just had surgery on their knees, etc. - you’re excluding with your refusal to make your classrooms and event halls meet the very basic accessibility standards laid out under the ADA.
The only way to respond when someone asks you “why do you write strong female characters.”
The last one.
You know what I’m still FLOORED over after this post?
That Stroumboulopoulos is a dude’s name.
today’s digimon is Toroko.
-she’s a smash first, ask questions later type of mon
-probably has the most energy out of anyone
-Cocomon - Chocomon - Lopmon - Turuiemon - Andiramon - Cherubimon
im not kidding when i say i know a girl who went partially blind because of an emo haircut
My aunt had a similar cut when we was a teenager and it very much started to effect her vision, and also her neck because she constantly had to tilt her head to the side to keep said hair..out..of her eyes.
Anyone have an actual peer reviewed study about this sort of thing? Very much curious.
forgot to carve the symbol in reverse, so it’s backwards but eh I’ll live. I’ll just carve it out and leave the gingko leaf
oh hey remember my blog no neither do i