helen hale


Here’s a little project I’ve been working on throughout the week~ All of my MerMerc TF2 OCs as chibis! ovo

If this gets to 1000 notes I’ll draw Hale, Helen (Administrator), Miss Pauling and Merasmus as mermaid chibis too! :>


The D12 from Scream Fortress got ripped and uploaded to the workshop (WHICH IS FANTASTIC THANK YOU). The textures are a little funky and low-res but that can be adjusted one of these days and worked out in the renders. Doesn’t matter I have a D12 with my D20 and boardgame models we Tabletop Fortress 2 now.

There are 3 sides of the die that we never see in the promo art though. They’re interesting because they’re emblems for what appears to be Saxton Hale, Miss Pauling and the Administrator. Dunno if the die is fanmade or official, but the chosen interpretations are kind of neat - especially the swan. Saxton and Helen’s makes sense (I personally would have liked a mic for Helen though, which is why I prefer Rebbacus’ emblems). 

The swan though. What do you guys think about why Miss Pauling is associated with the swan?

Bonus crack theorizing:

[2:10:24 PM] uberchain: Here give me your best like
[2:10:39 PM] uberchain: Forced high school English overanalysis nerd essay on why Pauling is a swan
[2:11:24 PM] Krunkidile: Because she’s a fukkin beautiful woman but will fuck your shit up, like the asshole boat birds oon her eblum

chrisschambers  asked:

are there any female impressionist artists you would suggest looking into??

Yes I’ll list a few impressionists, american impressionists and a few post impressionists, because i think the line between the those movements is extremely close. 

Berthe Morisot, Eva Gonzales, Mary Cassatt, Lilla Cabot Perry, Madeleine Jeanne Lemaire,  Lillian Westcott Hale,  Helen Galloway McNicoll, Mary Rogers Williams, Olga Boznańska, Rosamund Smith Bouve, Helena Dunlap, Annie G. Sykes, Isabel Bishop, Bessie MacNicol,  Donna Schuster, Helen M. Turner,  Alice Pike Barney, Ada Walter Shulz, Anna Lee Stacey, Lillian Mathilde Genth, Lucy Taggart, Pauline Palmer,  Elizabeth MacNicol, Florence Carlyle, Mary Fairchild MacMonnies,  Rose Barton

I’m sure there are many more, If you want you can go through my tag, female artist and see some of their work, I posted a lot of impressionism when I first started my blog, so they are further down the list. There are also a lot out there that I haven’t discovered yet, so keep your eyes open!