Some fan art for Cry… It’s the next outfit for his Malkavian, Hopsfy. :3
…I’m not sure how this works, but I really really hope he can use this as a thumbnail. :o
Also, there is a speed art video for this here: http://youtu.be/y0UXFKeAhsY
A moment, captured in comic form, from the Cluster Chunk map series the Yogscast did a little while ago.
Nom, nom, nom… brains.
See the speed drawing here: www.youtu.be/NhBp04qoCCo
Now with colour!
‘Doctor Who’ is sort of the opposite of ‘Scooby Doo’- everyone thinks that nothing’s up, but it’s always actually aliens.
…Also instead of a bunch of teenagers, it’s just this one really old guy.
Man, just for once I want the Doctor Who villain-of-the-week to end up being a guy in a suit trying to to scare people away from buried treasure, or attract customers to his amusement park or something
Wingardium Levi- YEEAAH!
Inspired by the Hat Films’ Feed the Beast, Minecraft series. :)
There is a speed drawing video for this one as well: http://youtu.be/eyBlmMK1Jws
A sad ghast! Poor thing. D:
There’s a speed drawing video of this, see it here if you want: http://youtu.be/cVNtTqWO1P8
Tumbling over the past year and a half has made me see the problems of gender roles that exist in media, but sometimes it gets to the point where I over analyze every single piece of television or film that I come across. (However this in no way means that I think feminist media criticism is wrong, or should be avoided!) Mostly I just over think everything.
I’ve thought about this a lot and I think the answer is MORE, and MORE DIVERSE female characters.
We’re used to having one or two female characters in a cast of mostly men, and hold them to a higher standard because of that. So all of feminism is resting on the shoulders of one female character - and that DOESN’T WORK. Because there isn’t one right way to be a woman.
If casts had more diversity of gender, we could have warrior women and non-warrior women, sexual women and non-sexual women, feminine and non-feminine, and mixtures of all of the above…all are completely legitimate ways to be a woman.
We’re used to seeing a lot of hypersexualized, scantily clad, one-dimensional stereotypes of women without stories or motives of their own. We respond by asking for characters that AREN’T THAT, but we may end up pushing too far in the opposite direction, and demonize traits like sexuality, conventional attractiveness, and traditional femininity as “sexist.” That’s why the most popular female characters are the ones that are most similar to male heroes - the Arya Starks - emotionally distant, unattached, solve their problems with violence, not remotely sexual. That’s fine too of course. I love Arya. It’s just not…the only way to be.
A new wallpaper work in progress!
It looks amazing so far! :D