Another DTIYS

Woo!

Two posts in one day.

What even is this.

But yeah, just another Draw This in Your Style for Instagram, this time for the artist disrupted_sky.  I love their artwork (one of those really good at anatomy type people), and really wanted to take part in it.

So here are their original characters, Malcolm and Damian.  Will be posting to Instagram shortly.

NSFW

The things I’ve seen.

I’m just gonna put it thusly.

There are a lot of very talented people on Instagram who I firmly believe deserve to be seen and not throttled by some algorithm or hidden behind some kind of hidden censor.

And a lot of these people are very good at, um, let’s just say “anatomy.”

I mean, they are good at anatomy for sure.  Like, they can draw actual hands.  And muscle definition.  And everything is more or less proportional.

But, well, ya know.  Wink wink, nudge nudge, all that good stuff.

Good Omens Fan Club

 

It’s what we all want, really.

They’re all a bunch of nerds.

A bunch of nerds who enjoy shipping but are going to have to wait patiently to see what the mighty Neil Gaiman has in store for the next season.

Also, I have decided to make Cordelia into cosplaying, because look how adorable she is in that little Aziraphale outfit.  Does she not pull it off?

Crap – now I need to draw her in more outfits.

 

 

Good Omens 2 is a GO

Can I get a “Wahoo?”

With the announcement of Good Omens Season 2, my Instagram explore page has gone from being split relatively evenly between everything to GOOD OMENS GOOD OMENS THE CLOWNERY IS OVER.

So why not add to that?  Because it is indeed pretty exciting news.  I didn’t think it would actually happen, considering the first season pretty much covered the entire book.  However, a quick jaunt over to Neil Gaiman’s blog revealed that he and Terry Pratchett had actually planned out a sequel, so there is stuff to pull from.  Which makes me even more excited, and a little sad that there wasn’t a GO book sequel, especially with the passing of Terry Pratchett.  But hey!  I’ll take a televised sequel.

Also, it just feels right to have Dot be a GO fangirl, considering the one time I heard Neil Gaiman speak in person at the DC Book Festival and the crowd was pretty much decked out in black.  It was a pretty gloomy day, too.  All appropriate for Dot here.

Also also – I don’t know why I drew a car.  Crowley’s Bentley is pretty important to the story, but still, I didn’t have to draw it.

Reviews

Truly, the scum of the earth.

This really is one of my pet peeves.

It’s one thing to see a trailer, or read a synopsis, and think, “Yeah, that’s not my cup of tea.  Won’t even bother.”  Or to read the reviews and think, “Ech, perhaps I won’t be seeing that.”

It is another thing entirely to post a bad review for something that you haven’t even experienced.

I see it a lot, especially for certain video games (POKEMON POKEMON POKEMON).  People review-bombing something, giving them negative scores because they think it looks bad.  But that’s not an actual review.  That’s just someone jumping the gun and wanting to drive the score down.  It’s pretty much a useless comment.

If you disagree with a movie/book/whatever and don’t want to watch/read/whatever it, that’s fine.  You are free to comment or discuss why.  But don’t leave a bad review on it.  Leave that to someone who’s actually watched the damned thing.