i was just playing around with brush settings nothing big but then i thought DONNA WITH A STARRY CAPE THO i apologize for the messiness
for the freshmen invasion
INTERVIEW: Kurtis Wiebe Talks ‘Rat Queens’ And Why Adventurers Are The Worst
By Chris Sims
Over the past five issues Kurtis Wiebe and Roc Upchurch’s Rat Queens has quickly become one of my favorite comics on the stands. The story of four Dungeons & Dragons-style adventurers who claim to protect the town while actually being the biggest possible threat to the peace is hilarious, brutal and action-packed, and more often than not, it’s all three at the same time.
The first story arc, Sass & Sorcery, wrapped up in the fifth issue last week, so to look back on one of the best debuts of the past year, I spoke to Wiebe about the influence of gaming on his storytelling, the character he relates to, and the almost unprintable original title.
"What is it? Have you found Drosnur’s tracks?" Emila was hopeful, though the same desperation that had been rising in the others after three long days trying to find their friend had infected her as well.
"No… just a skull." Kosh’s voice was quiet as she studied her find, pulling her gaze from the empty sockets lit by the now too-familiar bright blue glow to study the skull’s grim face.
"No surprise there, we’ve seen hundreds in the last half hour alone." Tandeth was impatient, and in no mood to hear Kosh drone on about what secrets could be gleaned from the clues others left behind in their wake.
"This one bears a scar," the half-orc replied, letting her eyes pass over the damaged bone. "A long scratch from the temple to the place its ear would be on the left side."
"Why’s that important?"
Kosh moved a hand to place it upon the dented skull, but thought better of it and let it rest instead at her side. She could barely find the breath to speak the words.
"Because… when I first encountered Drosnur, he’d taken me by surprise. I grabbed a woodsman’s axe and struck him… Hard. I gave him that scar."
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Some more redesigns for the Repair her armor contest. This time the lingerie “armour” and the creative healer stereotype. These are all the redesigns I managed before the deadline.
Which one should I choose to finish properly and submit?
Now that the contest is over, I can finally show these WONDERFUL designs!
Hi! I’m not sure if you’ve heard of Women on Waves, a service that sails a ship to countries with restrictive abortion laws and takes women out into international waters in order to perform safe medical abortions. A doc about it is premiering at SXSW this week, and I’m helping the director. Would you signal boost my post about the project? These women are warriors!
She-Hulk #1 (2014)
I love seeing this sort of hero worship
As archetypes go, it’s easy to immediately think of primary healers as rear-echelon characters—-as a background or support figures. The truth, however, is that field medics have been patching their wounded comrades on the front lines since the phalanxes of Ancient Greece. I admire that Sergeant Dorne carries on this tradition in a galaxy far, far away, first in her search-and-rescue efforts in the Republic Armed Forces, later beside her teammates in Havoc Squad.
At last! Today I met Satele Shan in my SWTOR gameplay. I made this costume right after watching the TOR trailer for the first time but I’ve started playing recently :)
Picture by @hidricorubens
#starwars #swtor #cosplay
full body of suyin. I’ll colour it eventually. maybe.
Simone and Jules Reeve share two halves of an interdimensional superpower. Jules can control time and Simone can control space. When their powers are combined by working together, the mysterious power becomes ultimate.Sometimes ridiculous and sometimes dead serious, Sisters of Mercy applies a feminist lens to the superhero genre. It’s about complicated and complex women characters, women working together, women making jokes - starring two women of colour!
The creators are applying for some funding that takes audience participation into consideration, which sounds interesting. The link in the description header takes you to their production blog.