Well, this was a picture for solar_cat05 on livejournal, because I wrote a Johnny x Peter one-shot (here) and said that whoever commented on it would get a picture (I said this on the livejournal community for Johnny x Peter). She's the only so far who's asked for something, though, so . . .
Anyway, she asked for some fluffeh Johnny x Peter stuff and this is what I created. And -- holy crap -- I used the new coloring technique that I learned from Lizeth (I love you!). It's so fun! I finally know how to scan something in and get the color under the lines. Yay!
Anyway, so yeah . . . Short fluffy stuff. I hope you like it!
I was reading through DC's Final Crisis storyline when I came across this gem. I immediately made a motivational poster for it.
When I really sat down and thought about it, the amount of sheer willpower and mental fortitude it would take for Flash to read every single troll thread and bad fan-fiction (many of which are horrifying superhero slashfics) and still be a relatively sane, up-beat individual is incredibly astounding.
I already liked Flash before, but now I *respect* Flash. My hat off to you, sir.
Despite their belligerent nature, the ancient Rama were also avid students of natural history who were fascinated by the fossil evidence of the reptilian and avian monsters that had preceded them. Though unable to collect DNA from skeletal remains, they did their best to recreate these past giants in the form of genetically altered pachyderms. These constructs were fabricated for a zoological garden that formed the centerpiece of a life sciences museum in the ancient capital city of Mohenjo Daro.
TOP - "Stegosaur." The tail is a transposed trunk, while the horns are reconfigured tusks. The "plates" are actually sail-like soft-tissue features derived from duplicate ears. Note the attempt to recreate a stegosaurian "beak" in the form of a small tusk cluster.
BOTTOM - "Ceratopsian" employing many of the same anatomical repurposings. The most drastic adaptation in this case is probably the "frill" formed by enlarged ears and supported by relocated tusks.
Will Scrap these turkeys soon. Happy Thanksgiving!
Something different haha! I've seen a few things around and wanted to do my own thing with it. I loooovveeee forest-esque things like nymphs, druids, elves, etc and these pasties give that fantasy look without being overbearing. I always loved being able to do pieces that look like they perhaps defy natural existence hahaha. Like ummm moss and flowers as convenient censors! XD
Anyway, they're made of a brown foam backing that's very soft to the touch, real reindeer moss that's very soft, faux flowers, and rhinestones.
I can make these on custom order as well in different color schemes. Just note me!