Robin Williams...Anger? Sadness?The news has just broken that Robin Williams has committed suicide and I'm upset. That such a comedic genius with the ability to make millions laugh should feel that he should have to die rather than turn to help from a world that loves him....I'm very upset. We have lost a genius that could make people laugh with a simple expression, and my thoughts go out to his family and his fans.Robin Williams...Anger? Sadness?10 months ago in Personal More Like This
Earlier this year we lost a giant of comedy and a man who greatly inspired me in so many ways, that is the comedic genius of Rik Mayall. To lose 2 amazing talents is too much.
I hope everyone will join me in remembering how these two giants of laughter brought so much happiness to so many lives, and without them my humble dinosaurs may never had made it to DA.
I'll miss you Robin.
Fan Art of My Original CharactersLet's call this a special art feature.Fan Art of My Original Characters8 months ago in Art Features More Like This
It's rare, funny and strange when this happens - since I don't really post about my original projects that often given how obvious it may be by how slow I work and just my own personal insecurities with sharing them, it's more than naturally expected - but when certain artists do decide to take a stab at one of my original characters, it makes me more than happy to see their own interpretations of them.
Firstly, Ivy Ezayre, a 12-year-old FTM transgender boy (he was originally genderqueer, but he changed as I did) of The Time of Chemical Ivy, an original unproduced screenplay project in-progress, by Asante Chowdhurry/Queen-Asante as interpreted by her in his pre-transition form:
These are actually older, which should be apparent since Asante has improved immensely as an artist since then, but