Winnie l'ourson, ce brave ursidé un peut déviant, inaugure une nouvelle série de fanarts qui fera office de calendrier de l'avant sans chocolat pour le mois de décembre. J'ai décidé de faire muter les mignons personnages de notre enfance afin de les rendre un peu plus badass pour élargir leur public. J'espère que Disney me remerciera autrement qu'en m'envoyant une horde d'avocats pour me tabasser à coups d'attaché-cases et de code pénal.
J'ai déjà une liste de patients à faire muter de la même façon tel que les maléfiques télétubies ou Denver le dernier dinosaure, mais si vous avez d'autres idée de personnages iconiques à passer aux mixer de ma tablette graphique, je suis preneur !
Winnie the Pooh inaugurates a new series of fanarts. I decided to mutate the cute characters from our childhood to make them a little more badass to expand their audience. I hope Disney thank me otherwise by sending me a horde of lawyers to beat me shots briefcases and criminal code.
I have a list of patients to be mutated in the same way as the teletubbies or Denver the last dinosaur, but if you look at other iconic characters to mix with my graphics tablet, I'm interested!
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Great parody of how a jaded readership demands shock value.
It is abhorrent how Disney tried to make wild carnivorous animals seem cute and friendly since even vegetarian wild animals can have a nasty bite.
Do to a legacy of serfdom intellectuals are snobs who disdain work while workers are brutes snarling about materials and of course thermodynamically nature gives one a bad deal.
Still it is a double standard how the Cultural Elite Eloi Intellectuals receive literary accolades from academia while others are charged with obscenity.
I would like just one of my articles uncensored make a cover of "Analog Science Fiction & Fact" with interior illustrations since all I receive are rejection letters.
I also would like to have one of my fiction stories published in "Heavy Metal" if I could find an illustrator willing to do commissioned illustrations and since you are in France one should remember how such a periodical originally was a French publication called "Metal Hurlant" .
Vampires are today's most popular characters.
It is important to realize how from blood cultists Vlad Impaler with Elizabeth Bathory of Barbarian Times to the Great Depression to 1990s Serbian Halloween it is important to remember how Europeans evolved into Troglodyte Morlocks stuck with a the productive economy while Semites or Middle Easterners evolved into Cultural Elite Intellectuals who control media and academia.
A case in point upon ascending the throne Queen Victoria had to burn garbage for illumination until gaslights and electrical grid was installed.
Copyrights economically suck the working class dry.
Fedric Wertham would faint from Alan Moore's depravity of classics.
1992 "Bob!" is no exaggeration of editors since I remember an editor named Edward Lundt of Long Island New York whose Peter Lorrie voiced phone call complained about lack of shock and shlock.
I think of the images in this series are cool, I liked the Buzz Lightyear and Megaman ones. Overall though, I can't say.
Artwork that takes dark twists on childhood characters hasn't really been my thing.