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Favorite POI Tropes
Four Philosophy Ensemble

This is a trope applying to the dynamics of groups of four. While the Four-Temperament Ensemble seeks to classify members by their personality, this trope classifies members by their outlook, or life philosophy, especially as demonstrated when the Group is faced by a problem or challenge. Occasionally the group will be joined by a fifth, called The Conflicted.

​So Amy has said that the 13 episodes thing isn’t set in stone and that we could have more episodes, so don’t stop tweeting, if you haven’t signed this petition then sign it, spread the word and get others to sign it. You can still keep fighting!!!

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He who fights with monsters might take care lest he thereby become a monster. And if you gaze for long into an abyss, the abyss gazes also into you.

Because I’ve been so excited about the recent Person of Interest season finale, I decided to revisit my older paintings of Reese and Finch - they are among, if not actually, my favorite portraits I’ve ever done, and deserved some touchup and refinement. This show has come so far and raises such interesting questions - it’s a privilege to paint these characters (and hopefully I’ll do more this year during the hiatus!)

You can buy prints and products of “He Who Fights Monsters” and “The Abyss Gazes Back” at my Society6 shop!