Today is Port’s birthday! (well technically the 26th is his birthday but I’ve been working on this all night so I still consider it the 26th haha) In the six years I’ve had him I’ve never once drawn anything of him relating to his job as a museum night guard. Well I’m fixing that now! Sadly it doesn’t fix the fact that I’m bad at backgrounds, but I’m still trying and learning!
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So I just watched Mark play Uncanny Valley and this face popped in my head. I quickly did this on Photoshop, and though the face isn’t exactly how I pictured, I love it just as much! You’re such an awesome security guard markiplier :)
(BTW) I wish I could’ve done better… I wish I had a tablet, but this is the best I can do for now with my mac pro mouse pad…
This is the exterior of the rear facade Buffalo State Hospital, as seen from behind the fence, where I bribed a security guard with a pack of smokes to open the gate. Taken during the last strains of nautical twilight as it morphed into astronomical twilight, it highlights the centerpiece of the building - H. H. Richardson’s magnificent “twin tower” administrative pavilion, created in his signature “Richardsonian Romanesque” style. To the right, connecting to the innermost female ward pavilion, is a curved connector hallway that was one of the great innovations of Richardson’s take on the Kirkbride Plan. Shame Richardson loved lobster and steak so much - he was morbidly obese, and died of a coronary in his mid-50s. One wonders what other marvels he might have created; having visited over a dozen of his buildings, every one is remarkable - even the ones that predate the Romanesque that would define his career.