Dec. 31st, 2011

a secret_mutant fic, all for me!

I got a Steampunk AU story that included so many of my favorite things: atmospheric descriptions and hints of background story and worldbuilding, both Erik and Charles using their powers, with Erik being all competent while stealing a dirigible, plus Charles/Erik sex that works for my mindcontrol kink. (And the unfortunate typo in "canon" in the header is not indicative at all of the spelling competence of story, so do not let that deter you.)

So go read: The Case of the Missing Dirigible, or a Romance of Chance Meetings

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Dec. 19th, 2010

I guess there's always room for another fandom...

I have watched all of Sanctuary over the last week and half or so. I wouldn't be averse to fic recs, but mostly I'd love to see fanart doing concept art stuff to expand on the universe, like say created files on the abnormals, drawings or sculptures of their steampunkish gadgets, journals kept by the characters during their travels and experiments documenting these with a mix of text and sketches. So is there anything like that around?

May. 3rd, 2009

three drawbles

Terminator + gardening for ilyena-sylph )

Snape vs. Deathstroke for katarik )

SGA + steampunk for telesilla )

Also, are people getting shyer when it comes to prompting?

Dec. 14th, 2008

some sketches

A couple of days ago I offered to do sketches based on prompts as thank you for a generous, anonymous gift of paid LJ time. I thought I'd collect the results in a post.

a Travolta!furry for cathexys (she prompted me with 'rats in funky poses') )
cofax asked for dragons and water balloons )
iamza wanted a Steampunk!Batmobile )
Livia asked me to pick something from her interests. I choose 'cowlicks' and 'cold unfeeling robot arm' and ended up with SGA fanart. Sorta )
shidoikarji26 wanted 'cheese eats mouse' -- warning for animal harm )

BTW, if anyone still wants a sketch, the offer is still open.

Nov. 9th, 2008


So, because I failed at coming up with content again, but still have that daily post resolution for November, I did a random doodle instead:

dinosaur with a raygun... )

May. 8th, 2008

fanart, Sheppard & Steampunk!Puddlejumper

Fandom: Stargate: Atlantis
Characters/Pairings: John Sheppard & Steampunk!Puddlejumper
Media used: pencil, fine liner pen with waterproof indian ink, acrylic paint
Rating/warnings: G
Notes/comments: I did this for the prompt "Victorian steampunk AU" for the SGA fanart fest Painted Spires. Admittedly mechanical pterodactyls aren't the most efficient way for a flying machine, Steampunk or otherwise, and not a very likely or even possible path technology would take from an SF standpoint, but this way was much cooler visually than merely changing the puddlejumpers with pipes or gauges or whatever. I mean, they more or less look like flying lunch boxes. Not really realistic technology, but this is Stargate after all, and I'm pretty sure John would think that mechanical, flying dinosaurs were cool.

The original is 30x40cm, so unfortunately I had to scan it in two parts, and you can see a slight line where I merged, because I fail at digital manipulation and didn't know how to make the two parts fit completely seamless.

Preview: preview of Sheppard flying a Steampunk!Puddlejumper
The image and a higher resolution detail are behind the cut. )

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