ok but like imagine Fisherman Cas. With strong, rough hands and tan skin from hours spent on the boat With eyes like stormy sea, dark and wild and dangerous; Imagine how deep his voice would sound in the evenings when he finally comes home, how he would never be able to completely wash off the smell of wind and salt from his skin and hair How Dean would always think that if the sea was ever to take a human form, it would look exactly like Cas
Ta-da!! Here it is! I finally finished it! :’D I know I already made a comic for this scene but my brain decided it would be a good idea to animate it because I need more practice. And like I said, it’s nothing special at all; just your normal hugging and talking it out.
But here you go @scribefindegil!! I know there was absolutely no need for me to do this, but it’s just in my nature to do stuff like this. Hope ya like! :D My fave part would definitely be the shine on the glitter. There are mistakes and things don’t look good. Hopefully the dialogue is readable. Lot of trial and error with this one.
(Also, stupid me forgot to put a watermark or my tumblr page on it so if you see it anywhere else without credit, do tell me.)
Surfer Klance AU! I don’t know where I saw it first but I thought I had to draw something about it, so here you have it.
Also, some of my headcanons about this:
-Keith is scared of deep water, his parents died on the sea so he lives on his own.
-Lance was born to surf, he loves the sea. His dad is a fisherman, and he often teach his siblings things about surf.
-Keith feels like he needs to defeat the ocean and Lance is the man who can help him.
If there are fics or fanart or headcanons about this au please let me see them, I’m thirsty.,,,, thanks
that recently gone viral collection of deep sea animals caught was super cool and one of them gave me an idea for a critter, so I just took the photo and painted on top of it and turned it into something creepy.
200,000 Leagues Under the Sea or The Nightmare of a Fisherman - 1907
Marie-Georges-Jean Méliès, known as Georges Méliès (/meɪˈljɛs/; French: [meljɛs]; 8 December 1861 – 21 January 1938), was a French illusionist and film director famous for leading many technical and narrative developments in the earliest days of cinema. Méliès was an especially prolific innovator in the use of special effects, popularizing such techniques as substitution splices, multiple exposures, time-lapse photography, dissolves, and hand-painted color.
A fisherman asks you to check his nets as he is too sick [or drunk] to do it this morning. The water is murky and you can only see a rather large head and some neck in one net. In another, a different colored head and so on. Its a Hydra.