Encontre este fondo y no me pude resisitir!!...PARODIAAA!!! *-*...quien mejor que REC para colarse de extra en TRON Legacy!
Hace tiempo vi TRON y el agumento me parecio no muy bueno, pero lo que tenia de genial eran los efectos para esos aņos todos a mano *-*...tremendo trabajo....vamos a ver como es la nueva pelicula cuando se estrene...lo que si ame de verdad...es que Daft Punk pusiera la musica!! *-*...y salen en la peli!!.....solo por eso TENGO que verla...ojala en 3D
Random cuddly music-share interfacing with Ferris and Exupi. With rainbow line-art for good measure, and not near enough cables, but we'll save that for the racy version...
I'M SO TIRED I dunno what to say. I started this forever ago, and then went to finish the lineart, and was like: -Okay, I can't do anymore I'll give up for now(You can tell when this happens when empty space starts to fill with doodles, I left daft punk up there still, can you even tell what it is?! bah...) -BAH I might as well scribble some shit out for the hands -Now that I've done that, I'll reward myself with a bit of coloring -I may as well finish all the flat colors... -I wonder what rainbow line-art would look like... -Oh bollocks, I've forgotten Exupi's wings...
And then it was 2 in the morning and here it is.
It looks surprisingly good, I think, but it's nothing special? I dunno, maybe I'm just tired. ENJOY! Time to sleep forever.
Rangda is the demon queen of the leyaks in Bali, according to traditional Balinese mythology. Terrifying to behold, the child-eating Rangda leads an army of evil witches against the leader of the forces of good - Barong.
It is suggested that Rangda may be derived from the 11th century Javan queen Mahendradatta who was exiled by the king, Dharmodayana, for allegedly practising witchcraft against his second wife. The tale surrounding this is that she proceeded to take her revenge by killing off half the kingdom, which by then belonged to her and Dharmodayana's son Erlangga, with plague before being overcome by a holy man. The name Rangda means "widow".
Rangda is important in Balinese culture, and performances depicting her struggles with Barong or with Erlangga in that tale are popular tourist attractions as well as tradition. She is depicted as a mostly nude old woman, with long and unkempt hair, pendulous breasts, and claws. Her face is traditionally a horrifying fanged and goggle-eyed mask, with a long, protruding tongue.
Bali is a Hindu island, and it is suggested that Rangda may also be associated with Durga, the Hindu mother warrior goddess, and Kali, the black mother goddess of destruction, transformation and protection in Hinduism. While Rangda is seen as fearsome and by many as the personification of evil, she is also nevertheless considered a protective force in certain parts of Bali, much like Kali is seen as a benevolent mother goddess in the Indian states of West Bengal, Assam and Kerala. The colors associated with her - white, black and red - are identical with those associated with Kali. Her iconography is similar to that of both Kali and Chamunda, who are closely related.