How long have you been planning for Coulson to be the Ghost Rider – and what was Clark Gregg’s reaction to finding out that news?
Jeffrey Bell: To say he was happy, it would be an understatement. Jed Whedon: I think what he said when we told him was, “I didn’t think I could geek out more,” but he was like, “It seems I can.” Jeffrey Bell: Yeah, that was what he said. [x]
I don’t know why but I’ve been very obsessed with the idea of pairing a deep blood red liner with soft grey eyes lately. If you have naturally grey or icy blue eyes (lucky you) this is an idea for you. Otherwise, just whip out those colored lenses!
And darlings the matching brows are EVERYTHING if you want understated drama.
If you have a perfect deep wine red matte shadow that would be the best. But that’s not an easy shade to find. If you only have metallics like me, and need to mix, here’s what I did. I used a blend of a metallic burgundy red and some matte browns from the Zoeva Cocoa Blend palette. This gives a deep red tone but doesn’t look pearly and patchy under your brows.
As for the eyes, I used a grey satin palette (not flat matte but not overly metallic) from Dior, 056 Bar. Yes, it’s pricey but I have it and I’ve been neglecting it. Feel free to use any gunmetal grey, black and a soft white that you have; it doesn’t need to be expensive.
Gunmetal all over
Black very lightly in the outer V
White down the center for a halo effect
The dark and light shadows are not meant to be super obvious. They just add a little subtle depth to the grey so it’s not one flat color. You don’t want a super strong black and white because that takes the attention away from the red liner.
I just want to thank Brian Foster for making Critical Role feel so accessible to the fans. It’s always been a very fan-centered thing, with Critmas and q&a’s and cons, etc. But I feel like Brian has just added to that feeling and doubled it.
He interacts with the fans constantly, he brings our questions to the cast, and you don’t have to be a big name or have a lot of followers for your question to be chosen. He goes on social media and reads our theories and freaks out with us.
Like before there was the cast of CR and then the fans, and that felt like a really big drop off when it comes to interacting and such. But Brian isn’t on Critical Role, he’s like the mediator between the cast and the fans. And he helps us reach the cast even more, and he himself is a Critter, so it’s all in the family. Idk he’s just made Critical Role and the people who make it feel even more real to me. So thanks Brian.