“And this concludes Hannibal Lecter’s and Will Graham’s award winning performance of ‘The Nightmare Stag’ to the tune of Johann Sebastian Bach’s Goldberg variations! What a show!”
I did it, I drew Hannigram on Ice. Featuring a criminally young looking Hugh Dancy (I swear he’s legal in the reference I used, god damn that man’s face) and our cheekbone overlord Mads whose dancing career was such a gift when I was looking for poses to draw.
Unfortunately slightly blurry in places because its a larger format paper and my ‘textbooks balanced on top of the radiator’ approach to not owning a working tripod has its limits.
Also I know that same sex pair skating isn’t a thing in competitions but shhhh, just go with it.
Poje’s costume, designed by the Stratford
Festival, has him dressed like a dignitary at a military ball, with
black tux and tails, and an old medallion that Weaver determined — after
some research — dates back to the Roman emperor Constantine the Great.
Encircling a cross are the words “In Hoc Signes Vinces.”
“It’s rumoured (Constantine) saw this symbol
in the sky before his battle and it meant ‘In this we shall conquer,’”
Weaver said. “And so when we read that on Wikipedia or whatever it was
just 'OK. It’s a sign that maybe we’re doing the right thing by changing
"It was a good omen. Plus it looks really cool.”