"The Queen’s Way" by Leilani Joy. Created exclusively for Disney’s Wonderground Gallery in the Downtown Disney® District at the Disneyland® Resort in Anaheim, CA.16”x20” Acrylic on Wood Panel. Original Available. Wonderground Gallery also offers beautiful double matted giclee collectable prints and postcards! The originals, prints, and postcards will be available until sold out at Wonderground Gallery, OR you can order via email or by phone! Wonderground Gallery is happy to ship worldwide! Contact merchandise.guest.services@disneyparks.com or by telephone at: 877-560-6477. Just let them know you are interested in Leilani Joy’s artwork from WonderGround Gallery and they would be happy to let you know what is currently available. This image is officially Disney licensed. Copyright Disney 2014. All rights reserved. Be sure to visit www.wondergroundgallery.com for more upcoming events! 

“I always have, and probably always will, prefer the evil/reformed/morally ambiguous characters to the outright “Heroes.” In fact, the only “Hero” I would consider one of my favourites is Graham, and let’s face it, he was no angel either. I just find them more interesting due to their shades of grey, or, in Pan’s case, their mania. Pity they all end up dead/turned to children/disappearing/having their BFs wife return etc. etc.”

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Joker Melted Crayon Art

Took apart this poster of Jock’s Joker cover, glued it to a large clear plastic sheet, put it in a framed, then added a whole crap load of crayon detail to it! Splatter effect, melted effect in his hair, and candle melted crayon texture to his lips, beard, ears, eyes, andddd other random places!

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Writers often spend a great deal of time developing their protagonists only to neglect their villains. However, a well-developed villain is just as important as the protagonist to a story’s success.

A villain who is too evil or not evil enough, a villain who is one-dimensional or a villain lacking clear motivation are some of the problems you might run into while trying to develop a character who will oppose your protagonist. A great villain can sometimes be the difference between a novel that is good and a novel that is great. Here are some questions you can ask yourself in creating that great villain.

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