Warm up drawing, of Khan Noonien Singh. Star Trek has some of the best antagonists.
“Gene Roddenberry had a Chinese friend in the 1940s, named Noonien Wang, whom he’d lost touch with. He hoped that one day this episode would air in China, and Wang would see “Noonien” and Roddenberry’s name, and get in touch. Roddenberry was still trying to reach his friend in the late 1980s, which is why Data’s creator is Noonien Soong.”
Maeby conning her way into a film executive job is probably the worst subplot because it takes her away from all the other characters
Benign Kingdom presents their first collection of themed titles - Capture Creatures, the Exquisite Beast, and Midnite Surprise.
Capture Creatures - by Becky Dreistadt and Frank Gibson
Inspired by Ken Sugimori’s feat of designing the original 151 Pokemon in a single year Becky Dreistadt and Frank Gibson have created 151 unique creatures, relations, and descriptors.
the Exquisite Beast - by Evan Dahm and Yuko Ota
A series of illustrations of a monster evolving traded between Yuko and Evan. All illustrations were done with ink and inkwash.
Midnite Surprise V2 - by KC Green
A collection of material from KC Green’s art blog - midnitesurprise.tumblr.com this collection features a new collection of work featuring original illustrations, comics, and more.
If anyone ever tells you math is more important than art, remember that art never crashed an economy.
“poor people in modern times have better lives than even the richest kings in ancient history” is the argument that the quality of technology and material things make society just and equitable, not the quality of our laws or the economic system
marelo said: There’s a difference between using it in a way that challenges its use and using it in a way that reaffirms it, though. Calling attention to bigotry as bigotry, and portraying it clearly and realistically, can be part of fighting it.
Revised writing advice: don’t use slurs casually without a compelling reason
Corey Stoll who was Ernest Hemingway in Midnight in Paris was Peter Russo in House of Cards???
A mustache can really change a man