Joan and Dagmar were originally in the same world together,,so I’ve been trying to rework her into Otiose as well!
She’d be something considered Unusual..a very Thin black neph. Most black nephilim have a rather slooow metabolism, and hold onto weight easily! But Dag here seems to have an excessively fast metabolism..and has trouble keeping up with the sheer amount of calories her body burns right through
Sketchbook stuff from last few days !
The first and fourth images have @shipnip Jude’s oc’s in them (Leona, Ashen, Shepard, Dagmar. Aravis is mine ).
Second to last image is a close up of a recent Ink commission I finished.
Doodles of some characters I love but don’t really know what to DO with AHHH!!!
They’re from my pokemon gijinka days, two were in a group of SUPERHEROS.. Jo had(has?) telekinetic powers, v powerful!! (reuniclus) Santi, Nina and Nemo back there came in later, probably have similar powers? never got to develop them much
Alt design for dagmar where she DIED (Yamask)
And the little Pyro is Lyell. Lyell is not a good person (gengar)
I’ve been trying to repurpose them into different worlds of mine, but they’re AMAZINGLY STUBBORN and don’t wanna fit anywhere else
Burly-as-fuck arctic explorer Peter Freuchen, and his commensurately badass wife, Dagmar Freuchen-Gale. Freuchen once formed a chisel out of his own frozen feces to free himself from an avalanche. EAT YR HEART OUT LUMBERSEXUALS.
The 1954 Buick Wildcat II concept, designed by Harley Earl’s design team, made its public debut at the 1954 General Motors Motorama in New York City. Built of fiberglass and mounted on a 100-inch wheelbase, the 1954 Wildcat featured radical new front fender styling that exposed the underside of the fender and the chrome plated front-end suspension. The fenders were lined with large chrome panels containing air scoop louvers. Buick Skylark wire wheels were used.
The car was only 170-inches long and 35-inches high at the cowl. Headlamps were mounted on the cowl with parking and directional signal lights on the front end underneath the fender shroud. Bumpers were shaped with two big torpedo-like guards; know in those days as “Dagmar” bumper guards, a name taken after a sexy celebrity with a good size bosom.
Wildcat II was powered with a standard 322 C.I.D. V8 engine boosted to 220 horsepower through the use of four carburetors.
Originally the car was painted a bright blue with a white leather interior but later was repainted dark tan with a two-tone tan leather interior. The Wildcat II now resides at the Alfred P. Sloan Museum in Flint, Michigan where it was restored to its original bright blue finish.
The 1954 Wildcat II was the second of three concept cars introduced in consecutive years to wear the Wildcat badge.