uhm....what my homework assignments look like 8D;;
just kidding...well...i DID turn this in...but its not always like this D: im a good student i swear! (if scaring the shit out of your teacher with disturbing mental images of blood and gore is good 0:'D)
the assignment was to change the bill to law process so thats its better...i didnt really change anything except add in the supreme court
Rather than wait around for someone else to put up a Romney/Ryan stamp—if ever—I decided to do it myself. Strike while the iron is hot.
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Notice: I did not draw Mitt Romneys campaign logo. Source: [link]
I was surprised to find that there weren't any stamps for Mitt Romney, especially since he's the candidate most likely to go up against President Obama this year. Use this stamp if you support Mitt Romney!
The text is kind of small, but it says; Mitt Romney believe in America
Heres something I managed to get done during my free time. Its no secret that I enjoy kaiju series and this was something that got stuck in my head because of it.
So here's the rundown, this is a battle between St. Angelis [link] and Satanis [link] vs Angelus [link] and Godzilla. St. Angelis and Satanis are owned by Ren while Angelus is one of my older creations that I still never seem to use, Godzilla's obviously owned by Toho. I took some artistic liberties with St. Angelis especially with his wings makiing them bigger just to make him seem more grandeur.
Story: Gods and Monsters vs Angels and Demons
The goddess of the universe arrives on earth. She was there to find Godzilla, but what she found was even worse. Satanis and St. Angelis was what she found. The demented kaiju Satanis ran at Angelus. Luckily she was able to deflect him with her staff, but he just kept coming after her. St. Angelis then joined in on the attack. The two kaiju were to much for, even her extra power from the universe wasnt enough. Their battle then took them to tokyo where the three kaiju crashed on nearby building then Satanis used the fire from the building to create a plasma ball. Then a blue streak came from the distance. It was Godzilla he was there with the intention to destroy his invaders, but something about Angelus was wrong she wasnt attacking back at him like the others. Now it was Godzilla and Angelus pitted against Satanis and St. Angelis. Godzilla and Satanis then started to battle Godzilla beat Satanis down with his tail then he went berserk he couldnt fell any of Godzillas attack.
Angelus was actually able to deal with St. Angelis better than before with her power to full strength. She used the power in her staff to blast St. Angelis wing. St. Angelis roared in pain then the match fell into Angelus favor then she ended it with the final blast right to St. Angelis face. She then went to aid godzilla.
Satanis was battered and bloody but he still fought. He should already have been dead. Godzilla was badly injured his regenerative powers fixed that though. Satanis was something out of a nightmare he just wouldnt stop coming after them. Godzilla then used his nuclear pulse blast which then fried Satanis, but he just got back up. Angelus bashed Satanis on his head with the staff, and then used her strongest blast and hit Satanis in the chest. While he was disoriented Angelus grasped onto Satanis it was the only way she was going to throw him into the sun. She threw flew up and threw him as hard as she could into the sun.
Godzilla let out a roar of victory and then returned to the sea. Angelus decided she wouldnt destroy Godzilla. He was kind of like her he was the counter balance to all the evil on earth. Now she stays close to earth waiting for King Ghidorah. As for Satanis he burns now for all eternity.
A neighbor of the Shoebill Squid (q.v.[link]), this bizarre little xenocrab shares the same exotic bauplan as its distant phyletic relative but is even more heavily hybridized. Macromolecular assays reveal evidence of at least twenty different terrestrial "DNA donors" in its genetic makeup, including: three different species of boxfish; multiple decorator, kelp, and spider crabs; the harlequin poison dart frog Dendrobates histrionicus; several species of archerfish; the black skimmer Rynchops niger; the hummingbirds and kingfishers; and, most intriguingly, partial markers from the long-extinct (on Earth) pterosaur Dsungaripterus. This wildly eclectic combination of traits adds up to a genotype unlike any yet seen elsewhere in surveys of countless biogenic worlds--and one which coincidentally converges to a startling extent in its phenotypic expression on the superficial form of the terrestrial Arrow-Shaped Orb-Weaver Micrathena sagittata ([link]).
The evocative binomial designation of the Archer Crab's distant terrestrial relative couldn't provide a more aptly poetic description for the lifestyle of this reef-dwelling pseudocrustacean, which clings to partially exposed coral and shoots down low-flying xenarthropods and small pseudavians with concentrated jets of water expelled from its bill. The subject was described by one waggish young graduate student as "a cross between a Tektite, a Skulltula, and an Octorok," much to the hilarity of his classic-gaming colleagues and the bewilderment and irritation of his tenured superiors. The disposition of this organism's homeworld in a region of space inhabited by known Bovichthyoceratopsians (q.v.) such as [link] merits further investigation.
So yeah, Becky's sitting on Tobey's lap saying she likes his bow-tie, and he's basically just freaked out and thinking "what in the world..." Drawing this one cracked me up. It's not my BEST quality, since I drew it in the back of my math tablet when I was supposed to be doing school, and there's those smudges around Becky's head--don't ask what they are--but I am pleased with the results.(=
Oh yeah, and I wanted to clarify, in case anyone thinks the subject of Becky sitting on Tobey's lap is innapropriate, (which, I personally think is perfectly fine) that I am at peace with the picture and would NEVER draw anything with pervy intentions. So I'm sorry if not everyone likes it, and if you think it's bad, please don't say so! I'd just rather pretend everyone's happy!(= I guess I'm just saying that because even though I like it, I'd be afraid of some people NOT liking it, since it seems most pictures like this on here aren't exactly excepted by everyone. So, yeah.(=
The funniest part of all is the one person who doesn't have a right to point fingers at me is the one who made a big deal about it... Total LOL.
I keep getting these weird image flashes of otherwise conventional terrestrial vertebrates with additional, flagrantly inappropriate appendages sprouting from just behind their shoulder blades. Perhaps viral infusion of ET genes during a panspermic epidemic in ancient times resulted in body-plan modification, producing symbiotic or hybridized terrestrial/alien forms. They could also be distant, seeded, extrasolar relatives of terrestrial organisms (i.e. sharing worlds with panspermic quasi-humans), or even future variants of existing animals produced accidentally or deliberately through GE modification. Or they could be remarkably analogous alternabrates evolved from hexapodal fish. Or from antiarchs. Or, you know, any combination of the above.
The camel-mantis uses its Daggerwrist-like arms to tap cisterns beneath the desert sands. The terminal claws are hollow like the fangs of venomous snakes, and suck water into absorbent fatty pads. The polar ursquillid batters holes in the arctic ice with its Helicoprion-jawed arm clubs, which are also used to signal potential mates across long distances (the visible high-contrast markings are seasonal display features, like breeding plumage or pelican crests). The elephant is just enjoying a good scratch while wallowing in the mudhole, but clearly elephants need more tusk action going on in any case. Ditto for walruses, especially when they face the prospect of Helicoprion-jawed polar bears. The additional tuskage would also come in handy for hauling out on the ice (or hauling out of the mud wallow, in the elephant's case).
Photo reference from books and magazines. I did the camel first, and it's probably obvious that I hadn't quite pinned down the specifics of the (additional) limb articulation yet. I tried to return to that ambiguous multi-jointed design for the walrus, so the camel wouldn't feel so alone. I think the elephant's "arms" are the least convincing, or at least the least appealing. It wasn't until the elephant that I realized these are almost certainly inspired by Barlowe's Behemoths.