Oh gosh, youre watching Code of Honor? I always avoid that one due to its cringe-inducing racism. But there are P/C moments?! This changes everything&
I wasn’t technically watching it. I was kind of just scanning through it looking for some clips for a video thing I’m working on at the moment. I’m not really familiar with this ep mostly because I tend to avoid this ep due to there being:
1. Very little P/C.
2. Very little Beverly.
3. (as you called it) The cringe-inducing moments racism/sexism.
Though I will say I started hating Yar less in this ep. But back to the main question there is one cute P/C moment. Beverly comes to his Ready Room to talk about this “vaccine” and it’s pretty adorable. She’s all hot and bothered about not having it and having to watch people die. And there’s good ole supportive JL being kind of cute. THEN she talks to him about Wesley and how he wants to learn starship stuff but (womp womp) JL banned him from the bridge. So typical JL succumbs to his lady love and lets Wesley on the bridge.
That was a terrible description of what happens (and I sound like I’m 12) but that’s the general feel of it.
It’s five six in the morning and I’m drawning autoportrait (from my mirror, small and everything is darkkkk). But my laptop finally arrived and I couldn’t resist the urge to draw ; w ; It’s a bit strange now, when I see how different everything is on my own comp, the lines are smoother but, uh, more tense? Hmm… Anyway, finally I can work!
To tell the truth I’ve never been so busy in my life. There is so much to do I’m rarely drawing things I may label as for my “free time”. I don’t remember when I had some proper sleep and godhelpme there is still so much to do before new year QMQ *lies on the floor*
But eyh have some WIP of a piece that is SO SO SO SOOOO delayed (sorry Nabe I have no excuse, just kill me pls). It’s going so slow since it’s being done between art I do for a game and paintings for my classes < = > Can someone borrow me like, idk, extra pair of hands and eyes?
School project, an illustration for Terry Pratchett’s book “Going Postal”, with is one of my favorites by the way. I feel bad about ruining such a grat idea of clacks, but we couldn’t choose any other book, sadly.