Still wandering the Earth in the 21st Century. Some people wonder where I am. And if you don't, you should...Because apparently I'm THAT dangerous (according to Jackie, anyway). So why not keep me in mischief and tell me where to go next...?
"A chemistry too far often overlooked. These two were brilliant together and it’s a bummer we never got to see them in anything else together. The chemistry between Chris and Billie was just as amazing as the chemistry between David and Billie. They were my first Doctor and companion and I couldn’t have asked for a better duo to introduce me into such an amazing series."
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Take care of yourself and each other, Tumblr.
Deadpool Annual (2014) #2
I am literally just sitting here with my mouth hanging open.
1) is capable of human relationships, be they romantic, platonic, or anywhere in between.
2) considers Spiderman his friend, even if Peter’s a little leery on the subject.
3) Would kill for his friends. Has killed for his friends.
4) Is awesome.
Thank you to everyone who came out to Comicpalooza. We had a great time and the turnout was fantastic. Unfortunately, I did not make enough stuff to sell. As promised to my new friends that I met at the con, here is how I made the River Song Journals.
1. Start with a blank sketchbook, I used the Canson Art Book One. They are inexpensive and come in a variety of sizes.
2. Cut out card stock to make the door panels. It does not need to be very thick to get a nice reveal. I glue the pieces on using a PVA glue. This is an easy to find glue used in bookbinding. It is acid free and dries quick if thinly applied.
3. The card stock is slathered in a thin layer of glue and covered with mulberry paper. Mulberry is thin, doesn’t have a directional grain and will make nice reveals. This is available at most art supply stores. I buy mine at Texas Art. You will need a piece big enough to cover the front and back with about a 1” overlap.
4. Before you fold the mulberry paper over the cover, paint the front and back with ultramarine blue acrylic paint. Use the brush strokes to give a grain to the reveals. It’s supposed to look like wood.
5. Miter the corners and wrap the mulberry paper over the cover.
6. Touch up the paint and add a layer of hard finish mod podge. Once again, use your brush strokes to give a wood texture to the panels.
7. When it is dry use silver Rub ‘n buff to add some highlights.
8. Cover the inside of the covers with marbled paper of your own choosing. I marbled my own paper, but that’s a separate project.
9. If the book is too shiny, use a 400 grit sandpaper to take off some shiny (after it has fully dried).
*Results will vary. Take your time and have fun.