Seeking God: High and Low

I'm currently working on a series of Supernatural fanart pictures. In season five the angel Castiel took Dean's god-sensing amulet and went on a search from God. I'm working the conceit that he didn't just wander around and stare at people—he actually went just about everywhere, and canvassed wherever it seemed…

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Y'all were not lying

I have not used the grid method of drawing in a long time, and it was helpful pretty much off the bat. In the long run, I don't know, since most of my fanart involves much smaller replications of a given face, but just gridding out for a few days and getting the feel of drawing given features can't hurt. Especially…

I can't knock it since it's your truth, but you guys who are espousing the whole "only the asskissers got chosen to beta test and then post" don't seem to be acting like you give a fuck about this community,

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I want this artist's brain...

It's bad enough envying Petite Madame's massive talent, but the sort of brain that puts together this idea, the overhead shot of Cas, for some reason (he looks fallen—going off at the watch), pulling together everything he knows about the Winchester, is just so ridiculously fresh—she has some of the most tangentially…

Man, walking with someone through marathoning a series remotely is a wonderful and exhausting process. After (seven) years of balking at Supernatural, my shipping finally got to her—precisely because I told her that the canon relationship that I also enjoy shipping, which is completely asexual, is also rich, complex,…

You know when there's an actor and you hope the reason they don't have more work is because they don't want it, not because they can't get it? Alexis Denisof is one of those actors for me. I think he has the skills to be front and centre in an ensemble hour long network drama, if people aren't willing to gamble and…