If anybody is wondering, I’ve been quiet because I’ve got a bunch of original art to make for Christmas presents.
I call this one The Leviathan, for no discernible reason whatsoever.
Buy prints, stickers, and other rubbish here: http://www.redbubble.com/people/scarletprophesy/works/9750092-the-leviathan

If anybody is wondering, I’ve been quiet because I’ve got a bunch of original art to make for Christmas presents.

I call this one The Leviathan, for no discernible reason whatsoever.

Buy prints, stickers, and other rubbish here: http://www.redbubble.com/people/scarletprophesy/works/9750092-the-leviathan



scarletprophesy:

Good morning everyone, I feel insane today so everyone who reblogs this post (reblogs only, likes count not) will get a small doodle based on one of the fandoms I see on the front page of their blog.

It will be posted under the tags “scarletprophesyart” and your url.

Deadline is… Dec 13, 2012, 12:01am EST.

Go?





Geek Girls Are Taking Over the World: Or Why Nerd Culture Isn’t Exclusively Male (And Never Was)
In recent years, what has been perceived as strictly “nerd” culture has become increasingly more popular. The film adaptations of popular franchises such as Marvel comic’s Avengers, the new Star Trek, and Peter Jackson’s forays into Tolkien’s world, have made what was previously “geek” territory into common pop culture ground. This has led to an influx of new geeks exploring the source content and participating in these fandoms. Combined with the popularity of social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr, it’s easier for fans to engage with the material (and one another) in new, creative ways. In short, what was once a fringe culture has become part of the mainstream.
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Cool story: I drew that and it accidentally ended up a carbon copy of my friend Raven, who is the quintessential bamf!nerd!girl. She’s awesome. Well she doesn’t wear glasses though.

Geek Girls Are Taking Over the World: Or Why Nerd Culture Isn’t Exclusively Male (And Never Was)

In recent years, what has been perceived as strictly “nerd” culture has become increasingly more popular. The film adaptations of popular franchises such as Marvel comic’s Avengers, the new Star Trek, and Peter Jackson’s forays into Tolkien’s world, have made what was previously “geek” territory into common pop culture ground. This has led to an influx of new geeks exploring the source content and participating in these fandoms. Combined with the popularity of social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr, it’s easier for fans to engage with the material (and one another) in new, creative ways. In short, what was once a fringe culture has become part of the mainstream.

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Cool story: I drew that and it accidentally ended up a carbon copy of my friend Raven, who is the quintessential bamf!nerd!girl. She’s awesome. Well she doesn’t wear glasses though.

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Holiday Daleks. Have a merry extermination.

Holiday Daleks. Have a merry extermination.