rock if ages

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so i saw @welcometofalsettos do this a few weeks back and wanted to make my own

{updated because i realized i missed a few things}

CHEEEEEEEEESE WHEEEEEEEEEEEEL!!!

My Rock of Ages II inspired piece! :’D With the CHEEEESE WHEEEEL!

I kinda wish I had put some more details into it, but it’s taken me long enough to draw as it is. I’m not much of a painter, but I wanted it to have at least SOME resemblance to the game itself. So I’m sorry it’s come out like it has ^^’ 

Rock of Ages 2 is such a fun unique game, from it’s Monty Python paper cutout style cut scenes to it’s variety of boulders to the gameplay itself. 

For @therealjacksepticeye

Imagine a theme park kinda like Disney but instead of a Disney theme it’s a Broadway theme. There could be a Phantom of the Opera haunted boat ride, a Carousel carousel, a Wicked indoor ride, a Rock of Ages Roller Coaster, The Secret Garden walkthrough garden maze. The parade would have floats featuring different shows. Themed restaurants would include a real life Lulu’s Pies from Waitress, a RENT Santa Fe restaurant, Mrs. Lovett’s Pie shop, a Something Rotten omelette stand… The possibilities are endless!

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The Sigurd Stones are a group of 8 Viking Age runestones located in Sweden. Each stone depicts, in some way, images from the Norse legend of Sigurd the dragon slayer. They are the earliest known Norse representations of this legend, which also expands into German lore as the Nibelungenlied: an epic poem written in Middle-High German that tells the story of Siegfried and his wife Kriemhild. The Vikings even erected stones in Great Britain depicting aspects of these stories after their invasion. As such, the legend is considered amongst one of the many stories Vikings told to understand themselves and the world they lived in.

One of the more famous, and more impressive, Sigurd stones is the Ramsund Carving, which I’ll talk more about in the next post!