Marvelous Marvel Ladies Month//Day 31: the ladies of the Marvel Cinematic Universe
I spent an inordinate amount of my time piecing together panels to create the completed layout of the Strider’s apartment. This was a pain in the ass, since the way the panels were cropped sometimes meant that there were gaps in between wires, or parts of objects were missing (I had to build off of some of the posters to complete them, and the worst one to fix was the pile of Bro’s crap in the kitchen — the blue and grey hats and half of the thing was cut off!) and in order to complete certain areas, I had to overlap multiple panels. I enjoyed it, though — actually, if anyone else has another location that they want to get a complete layout for, I’d be happy to give it a stab!
Although I know this is probably only helpful for me, since I made it as my own personal resource for writing — the next chapter of Houston, We Have a Problem is largely set in this room, so I wanted to be able to see everything clearly and get a sense for where everything is. Anyway, this is the main room of the apartment. Through the transparent door is a short hallway that has two other rooms: Dave’s bedroom, the only bedroom in the apartment, as Bro sleeps on the futon, and the bathroom.
Also, you’ll have to ignore the multiple Daves. xD It was inevitable, given the way I had to piece it together. Explain it away as time shenanigans.
can we talk for a minute about how bro fucking gave dave the only bedroom
what if the trolls personalities were opposite though
HI S FACE
Took a quick break from the wedding album layouts and filling up my portfolio with original art.
Drew a quick Ymir instead.
Lessons the Disney Princesses teach us that don’t involve men, love, or beauty.
I made this post because I am tired of seeing people bash the princesses because they only serve as love interests and think that they show women that a woman’s purpose is to be submissive to men, or that beauty is the only thing that matters in a woman.
All of the Princesses had personalities and lives without their Princes, and on their own, they are able to teach girls several other important lessons about life in general. These are all characters, and whether or not you believe that because they are love interests that that reduces their character, they still have some sort of trait that is valuable to have for any woman, in love or not.
And before anyone can argue Ariel’s character or lesson, I want to point out that her dream was to be a human, and it was her dream long before she laid eyes on Eric. Eric was just an another incentive for her to become human. While the lesson she teaches might be the only one based on rash and poor decisions, it’s important to point out she learns her own lesson. She see the consequences of her actions, and apologizes and fights to make things right. That is one of her valuable traits.
The Bromance of Captain Jack Harkness and Mickey Smith