@meabhd‘s coloring contest was too good to pass up (and this was really therapeutic. i haven’t worked with pencil in ages.) also i couldn’t figure out what color inej should wear but - i don’t need color; she looks radiant in white
the top image is the natural picture; i messed with saturation on the bottom image and i couldn’t decide what i liked better
Everyone is making those so this is my take on grown up Gladion and Lillie, I already posted Gladionon my personal blog but now again on the art blog cuz why not??
So! Aether President Gladion and Professor Lillie, cuz I think she’d take on Kukui and Burnett,since she said they’re like her parents, she’d live in Kukui’s house while Professor Kukui and Professor Burnett go around the world to study the wormholes the ultra beasts come through cuz they prolly open everywhere. Also, Gladion is married to the female protagonist,but he keeps his wedding ring in his pocket at work cuz otherwise he could lose it, in regards of Lillie, she is single and not ready to mingle, and the Stuffuls are popular among single women sooo~
John William Waterhouse (1849-1917)
Oil on canvas
Currently in a private collection
In Greek mythology, the Daughters of Danaus (also known as Danaids, Danaides or Danaïdes), were the fifty daughters of Danaus, who were to marry the fifty sons of Danaus’s twin brother Aegyptus, a mythical king of Egypt. In the most common version of the myth, all but one of them killed their husbands on their wedding night, as ordered by their father, and are condemned to spend eternity in Tartarus to carry a jug to fill a bathtub without a bottom (or with a leak) to wash their sins off.
A Whole New Robron - Because @memorieswarm put this idea in my head…and I apparently couldn’t not do it. What else is new?
Also…because I’m lame, I wrote a really terrible Robron parody version of A Whole New World. Ignore the fact that the first two verses make little sense with the rest of the song and the rest of it doesn’t really work with the drawing but…oh well (Robert=regular type, Aaron=italic, Both=bold)
I can show you the village Tiny, gossipy, friendly Tell me, Aaron, now when did You last let yourself be glad
I can open your eyes Take you field by field Over scrapyards and farmland On a magic carpet ride