are you a 23rd century trekkie or a 24th? PADD or communicator? bridge personnel or non-bridge personnel? earl grey or black coffee? baseball or waterpolo? duty uniform or formal uniform? gold, blue, or red? phasers or photon torpedoes? sleeve stripes or collar pips?
This is for OtherOtter, who wanted a badge for BLFC, and he’s also attending Anthrocon. This year’s theme for Anthrocon is Baseball (more specifically “Take me out to the ball game”), and he’s more excited for this theme than BLFC’s, so he wanted me to do for him his fursona Dan as a baseball player.
For this pic I tried to do a more minimalist scene, but immitating the watercolor technique but in digital. I liked the result, and Pepe (or Dan, or OtherOtter) so loved it.
Oakland retires Reggie Jackson jersey number 9, honoring the slugger who played his first nine Hall of Fame seasons with the A’s, helping the team club capture three-consecutive World Series (1972-74). The former Athletics’ right fielder, who had his number 44 retired by the Yankees in 1993, becomes the eighth player to have his number retired by two or more teams.
From the top of the first inning, LSU Tigers # 8, Cole Freeman has made it to first base as #19, Brent Rooker, Mississippi State Bulldogs, stands ready in his defensive position at first base. From their final regular season game, May 20, 2017.