During a day of volunteering at the local hospital via concert, Miku stumbles upon a new Module power-up…that turns her into a magical nurse! Combined with final exams and romantic tensions, how will Miku get through the week with this new transformation that seems to activate on its own?
OK…so…I apparently just spent the past three hours making this out of pure inspiration because I love the mood of this song and the Spacy Nurse module.
Yes, this is supposed to be a sort of fake comic book cover for one of the Vocal Android episodes, and no, there is no actual comic as of right now. Maybe one day. But for now, enjoy this sort of peek into what nonsense this fanverse details.
I’m not entirely sure what else to say for now, except that under the cut is the illustration version (no comic text).
Just did a book cover for Thea Kinsley’s new book, “4374km”, which will never be coming to bookstores because it’s not a real book and Thea Kinsley’s not a real writer and I’m just kidding with y'all :D
Enjoy my faux book cover, inspired by my best friend and I ;)
This is a refurbished book of Howl’s Moving Castle written by Diana Wynne Jones. The story behind this was that my cousin knew I loved the film of Howl’s Moving Castle and his school library was getting rid of the book and selling them for little to no money and so this book was 20p. The version I have was the mass market UK edition and was published in 1992, which is the year I was born. Because of this I was slightly attached to it after reading it.
It was in very bad condition and falling apart so I decided to refurbish it from a paperback to a hardcover. It’s covered in a red wine coloured faux leather and has 24K gold leaf for the titles and an image of Calcifer on the front which is also gold leaf.
Farscape is a science fiction TV series that originally aired from 1999 to 2003. Although the series was planned for five seasons, it was abruptly
cancelled after production had ended on its fourth season, ending the
series on a cliffhanger. Thanks to the attention generated by a massive fan campaign, various financial backers in Europe offered their support, and in 2004, The Jim Henson Company produced a three-hour miniseries to wrap up the series storyline entitled Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars.
These light-hearted, faux comic book covers were created to, in
a way, chronicle the return of Farscape from the fan’s perspective. A
total of 12 covers were posted at the fan-run watchfarscape.com site, one
every 2 weeks till just before the airing of the miniseries. Many of the
pieces were used as postcard giveaways at comicbook and scifi
conventions to raise awareness of the show and its return.