(Sorry, still have the feels.)
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My Red hood I debuted this weekend.
ted was such a good jason! O____O
Holy wow this photo got so much attention @.@;; Thanks everyone who enjoyed this and all the super nice things you said!! emilycrossing made an awesome .gif of me from the video I posted earlier so I’ll just throw that in here for additional content in addition to my thanks!!
Can we get more of this?
“We’re ready now,” the funeral director said, and his words were loud in the silence even though his voice was quite soft. “The parents first, please.”
They’d quieted for a time, the small group gathered in the waiting room of the funeral home. But at the pronouncement that the body was ready to be viewed in its small— too small, too small— casket, the broken sounds of grief began to swell in the den once more. Part of Bruce was aware of Stephanie sucking in gasps where she was doubled over in a chair, of Jason carding his fingers through her hair and Cassandra standing as still as if she’d been carved from marble, tears rolling unchecked down her face.
“I want to see him,” Dick pleaded, holding tight to Bruce’s arm. His words were hoarse and cracked. “I can’t stand out here and wait any longer.”
I realize I’m a total sap, and character death hits me very, very hard… but fucking hell. This is the first fanfiction that has ever made me cry this hard.
I’m just going to go back to reading my pre-reboot Batman and Robin comics, and hide myself away in my headcanon that the Damian we saw die in the New 52 is just a clone, that the real Damian we all know and love is alive somewhere, just waiting to get out and beat the shit out of people and…. ;____;
On a lighter note, I really, really love Jason’s portrayal in here. Really feel like this would be spot on.
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ASDFGUHIJKD HOLY FUCK I WANT THIS
I KNOW WHAT I WANT FOR MY BIRTHDAY/CHRISTMAS/WHATEVER
WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN ALL MY LIFE.
Was trying to find a very specific scan from one of the 2009 Batman and Robin comics dealing with a comment towards Red Hood with the dialog of:
Dick!Batman: “The Red Hood promises way more than he can deliver. Batman and Robin say…”
Damian!Robin: “GET A LIFE.”
I have no idea wtf is going on in this image. But all I can think of is…
“Jason. Is this why you go for a helmet now? Instead of, y’know, a hoodie?”
when i was little and my parents were driving id pretend there was a man/being/thing running alongside the car who had to follow certain rules like “he can only travel by jumping from streetlight to streetlight” or “he can only walk on fences”
i was so surprised to find out that other people did similar things
i wonder what the underlying psychology behind it is
like its a really specific thing to do but almost everyone did it without telling other kids about it because we all thought it was probably weird or unimportant
this would make a good creepypasta
Mine was always how the person had to jump building to building… and if there were no buildings, had to go through the trees. There was always something about not being able to touch the ground though.
If anyone finds out why this is such common phenomenon, please tell me :l
Pricelists Industry vs Fandom.
If anyone would care to donate a coloured comic page for the comic industry standard list I’m willing to accept one and will give credit c8 I would’ve made one if I had an example but I don’t -A-
But yes that’s off my chest.
Of course this is based off my own browsing over price lists and how I work unfortunately my commissioner homie went idle so I can’t confirm the most vs the least one can spend.
I’ve only found one artist thus far that charges nearly as close to industry standard. Even then it’s under the standard. As far a I’m concerned anyone under the standard shouldn’t have complaints about expensive art. Fandom average is hardly one you can live by.
Would you like to get paid $30 for 3-7 days worth of work?
Yeah hey, everyone look at this. This is what EVERY artist should be able to charge, even if just the lower rungs.
ahahah ok, this actually made me remember one moment that happened on a local Con this summer, we were doing commissions there, and we were drawing A5 format chibies for 5LT(2$) they were lined, colored and looking all nice and this girl comes to us asking about prices and we tell her that chibi drawing is 2$ and she said: wow that`s too expensive and walked away.
ahahahah if only she saw this post :”D
seriously though. I sell my stuff for so cheap when I could get away with much more. Mostly because my friends are either highschoolers or college students and I can understand not having access to or having the money in general, but I’ve sold a print of an unfinished piece for $175 before to an artist/art collector friend, so I know my stuff is worth or close to being worth industry standard prices.
Its hard to see people whine at me that $10 is too expensive for a fully shaded single body when i should be selling them for more 8( But I know a lot of other people enjoy the prices because they can actually buy stuff at that price, so it’s worth it for them more than anything.
“But industry prices are because the artists are professional!”
NO. Whether or not an artist is “professional” shouldn’t determine how much their art costs. The reason why most fanartists (who are almost as good or as good as the “professionals” are, I’ll add!) charge so low in comparison is because their buyers are regular people who can’t or really don’t want to pay $100 for a quarter page black-and-white. Even I have to admit I wouldn’t want pay that much for a picture although part of that is because I’ve never had a huge desire to buy art. However, that doesn’t mean that I walk around complaining that artists charge too much, because frankly they would probably starve to death in 2 months if they were to get money from only their commissions.
Next time someone charges $20 for a piece that would take them 3 days to do, remember that you are paying them $6.67 A DAY, which is about $2 BELOW American minimum wage.
Would you want to be paid six bucks a day and have people complain that you charge too much?
I didn’t think so.
There is a reason I get defensive when I hear people complain about the prices artists charge for their high quality art…. e___e;