Pawel Kuczynski’s satirical art. Take a moment to look at these properly.
For me, when Hannibal smells Freddie Lounds on Will Graham and realizes he’s been duped, the heartbreak of that is one thing. You see him sort of go quiet and interior after he gets a whiff of Freddie, and then that dinner scene afterward, where he essentially is telling Will, his best friend in the world that he has ever had, “I will forgive you if you come clean right now. All will be forgiven.” And Will doesn’t take it. Will continues to move forward with his betrayal, and it’s a very quiet, solemn, sad scene for me, watching Hannibal. And I did empathize with him, because regardless of what he’s done as a monster, we all relate to the intensity of a friendship that feels so unique, and when that falls apart, it is heartbreaking. Because that someone who once had the ability to understand you and accept you was all a falsehood is devastating. So I felt like we were doing our jobs and making it feel appropriately impactful for Hannibal to suffer this loss.
- Bryan Fuller (x)
Finishing a few last works and closing commissions till the 15-20th of June. And going on hiatus in general, I guess, b/c I’ve got 10 exams in the first two weeks of June @_@ How do I survive this?! T_T
This thing of the bromance between James and Michael — is that all based on X-Men? Is that where that comes from?
Mozart, Requiem - Lacrimosa
I post it again because even though Christie’s version is excellent, this one is even better.
the one in the drivers seat.
He has a chauffeur
that he drives.
And then I realized…
Your art is absolutely gorgeous! I'm sorry I couldn't stop liking and reblogging but it is so good and a lot of it are things I love! Thank you for sharing your talent, I can't wait to see what else you post :)
Awww, my thank you so much! Sorry again for being inactive lately and thanks for being so supportive) Hope you like the stuff that’s coming your way ~(^-^)~
some of it would be quite unexpected so hold on