Visual Development from Frozen by Lisa Keene
Well after ten million years, I finally finished my entry for the PJO fanzine, being put together by the lovely Angela. The lady characters in this series are super rad so I knew I had to do something that gave me an excuse to draw them being their awesome selves. I tried to push myself compositionally with this piece but I’ve been looking at it for so long now that I’m not sure I can even properly see it anymore haha!
Will post close-ups separately! I had a lot of fun with their armor and I want to show it off! :)
It happened in a small town of Hitler’s heartland.
The flow of more suffering was pumped nicely out, and a small piece of it had now arrived.
Jews were being marched through the outskirts of Munich, and one teenage girl somehow did the unthinkable and made her way through to walk with them. When the soldiers pulled her away and threw her to the ground, she stood up again. She continued.
The morning was warm.
Another beautiful day for a parade.
I just saw this ad playing before a youtube video and I had to stop and watch the whole thing. Incredible.
“11 Quotes From Authors On Censorship & Banned Books" (via Buzzfeed)
What’s your opinion? Maybe these dangerous books will inspire you…
Sherlock: Mummy, this is John.
Mrs. Holmes: … Afghanistan or Iraq?
John: … Brilliant.
A follow up to this post
Read in 2013 | [#16] Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell
Rating: ★★★★☆He set his forehead against hers. She didn’t know what to do with her eyes or her hands. “Nothing before you counts,” he said. “And I can’t even imagine an after.”
"Hook has stepped up and is present in selflessly offering his help. She’s not used to people showing up for her, Emma’s used to people letting her down, so she has an overwhelming response to someone who doesn’t let her down and is proving to be there for her." — Jennifer (x)