Sunday, July 25, 2010

Beatles: Elizabeth

Ahh... look at all the lonely people.

The picture above was so unrelentingly grim that I have also seen fit to provide you with a bonus image: Eleanor Rigby, now in trashy paperback!

Monday, July 12, 2010

Theology: Taryn

So, for theology week I choose to do Starbuck (Kara Thrace) from the new Battlestar Galactica because of her importance in the series. Battlestar Galactica makes me melt, especially Kara's progression through the show. Behind her is the Eye of Jupiter!

I'm trying not to spoil too much. Just watch it! It's a horrifying struggle to watch through most of the third season, but the season finale is totally worth all of the suffering.

Theology: Amanda

I copied Liz :D ... I guess that sort of turns this week into mythology week, but shh. Persephone and Hades, because I feel for the girl always getting the raw end of the deal. The way mine ends is with a sexy Hades who is totes okay with Persephone staying or leaving. She's contemplating eating the pomengranate seed or not. I think probably the fact that Hades has sweet hangouts and looks good in a gothboy skirt may be deciding factors.

Sunday, July 11, 2010

Theology: Elizabeth

Well, okay, it doesn't contain any actual gods and goddesses, but here's some mythology, at any rate. Cupid and Psyche:

Monday, July 5, 2010

It's come to my attention that there are people trolling our blog for the purpose of leaving nasty comments. From this point forward, those comments will simply be removed.

This blog is supposed to be a fun project between a few friends, and people whose sole mission in life is to leave pointlessly venomous remarks on the internet really crap on that.

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Digitally remastered edition: Amanda

This is the original, which was done approximately seven years ago. Now, I could have easily punched this version in the face with my tablet, but I decided to do it in Impossible Mode. Meaning, I picked up the same medium and music I used to create the first one. In laymen's terms, I listened to Blink 182 and calloused my hand to hell and back with colouring pencils. The result is my realization that pencil crayons don't like to be scanned:

Pfffffffft, I am tired. No more colouring pencils. It looks great in person, but this makes me sad.