The new season of Samurai Jack is amazing and you should watch it. Holy crap I have never rooted for a fictional character this hard. The whole thing is so beautifully done, from the character development to the visuals, it’s amazing.
So here’s some fanart of Jack, broken but still enduring against all odds. Hope you enjoy!
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I think everyone has “that” Disney movie that they love. For me, it was Beauty and the Beast. It was my movie growing up – I bought the collector’s edition DVDs, lithographs and posters, saw it on Broadway thrice before it closed, and the soundtrack has a permanent place in whatever device I hold in my hand today.
Needless to say I am really excited for the live action movie, so here’s Belle and the Beast, aching for each other, and the Beast too afraid to touch her.
Lots of light/dark elements here, with the Beast emerging from the shadows and Belle sparkling in the light. I combined the designs from the live action film, the animated movie and my own imagination to create this piece. Hope you enjoy!
Thanks to @papiertrail for her valuable feedback :3
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More Toussaint, now with bonus Geralt!
It’s been a while since I would stop to admire the environment and took the long way to get to my quest markers. I haven’t done this since Assassin’s Creed 2. I absolutely love this game.
“You know how long it took me to save that money?”
“Exactly! Which is why a little woman of your background would have had her hands full, trying to run a big business like that. No, you’re better off where you’re at.”
What Tiana has taught me, quite sadly (and probably what Disney didn’t really intend) was that hard work wasn’t good enough to overcome systemic racism. Tiana got a feel good ending, but I feel like her story has been told many times in real life without a happy ending. There are people who work extremely hard, but never being able to catch up due to the color of their skin.
So here is Tiana, muscles tense with labor, tired and contemplative, and struggling against the system that prevents her success.
This is probably the most symbolic of all the Disney paintings I’ve done so far – the verticality of the walls, the position of her shadow looming over the segregation signs, Tiana sitting right between the divide, and the nearly imperceptible lean of her body to the right.
Tiana is the ninth in my Disney Woman Series.
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It’s been a while, sorry for the lack of updates! Last month I underwent surgery for a ruptured appendix, having been misdiagnosed twice before that. I’m slightly upset by the misdiagnosis, otherwise it would’ve just been a regular appendectomy rather than the complications associated with it rupturing, but I’m happy to be alive.
This isn’t part of the Disney Women series, but this WIP of Belle has sat in my folder for about a year and a half (titled “face practice 1.psd”, heh) and I had a longing to just paint a pretty face, so I decided to finish it. Hope you enjoy!
My hand slipped :x Super excited for this game!
“I know my place. It is time you learned yours.”
I always found it rather odd that Mulan’s merchandise always revolved around her in the matchmaker’s dress. She sang a whole song about not fitting into society’s expectations of her, and that dress was one such symbol. In an ironic twist, we use that dress to market her today because of what we expect young girls should buy into, despite the fact that Mulan’s character is the complete opposite of what that dress represents.
So here is Mulan, finding her place as a soldier, riding with Khan into battle.
Mulan is the fifth female in my Disney Women series.
(Also much thanks to my friend Archer for taking the time to find some Han Dynasty armor reference for me!)
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