Tas | BFA in Illustration | Hobby Artist | Fanartist | Fanfiction Writer | Secularist | Admirer of the performance and visual arts | Admirer of Ancient Egyptian history | Admirer of all the sciences, especially astronomy


Brian Blessed on Stars In Their Eyes

Ever wonder what the villain from Tarzan would sound like singing? While I couldn’t find a clip of Clayton’s actor singing “God Save the Queen,” I did find his impression of Pavarotti from Stars in Their Eyes. Enjoy!

Clip from: Piers Morgan Life Stories, featuring Brian Blessed, Friday 9pm ITV

Brian Blessed and his gorilla story.

Fun fact: Brian Blessed is the same actor who provided the voice of Clayton in Disney’s Tarzan.

❝ Gender equality not only liberates women but also men from prescribed gender stereotypes. ❞

- Emma Watson (via yvesmcqueen)


How can people see Emma Watson being verbally attacked online and threatened with hacked nudes being released by men because of her speech on gender equality and still think we don’t need feminism. It’s not women who make men out to be some evil creatures, you guys do that well enough on your own.

I’ve read the transcript of her speech, and she gets at the heart of what feminism is about: inclusion. She touches briefly on how males are harmed by stereotypes of “what it means to be a man” and how those stereotypes can also hurt women.

How is any of that controversial? Or “justification” for unleashing photos, which I am very certain are nothing but celebrity faces Photoshopped onto pornographic crap? Did the 4Channers skip the part of the speech where she mentions under-aged girls being married off to dirty perverts rural countries? Or the gender gap in wages around the world? The vitriol only helps to prove the point of the speech!


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Did you see The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, yet? Here are Bifur, Bofur and Bombur from my Jackson/Rankin-Bass experiment. Just one left!

Balin, Dwalin

Kili, Fili

Dori, Nori, Ori

Oin, Gloin

[ sniffles ] So… beautiful…

When I lived back in Orange County, CA, I struck up a conversation with Disney pin collectors and the pin collecting phenomenon. I thought it was pretty cool except for one thing: I rarely saw pins that interested me. I’d see a couple of Maleficents that were eye-catching, maybe one Ratigan that just barely flattered the character, and NEVER Clayton (psh!). So I thought to myself: If Disney isn’t going to produce characters I like, I’ll make them myself.

So I grabbed some shrink film, some colored pencils, an X-acto blade, and VIOLA! Of course, I can’t trade them, but they’ve garnered quite a few compliments (and requests) when I’ve worn them.

From left to right, up to down: Clayton from Tarzan; Prof. Ratigan from The Great Mouse Detective; Sykes from Oliver & Company; and Rourke from Atlantis: The Last Empire.

The villain from Disney’s Tarzan. Probably cleaning his gun or something. He seems like the type to get hot and bothered by things like that…


i wanted to draw Yami Marik but didn’t want to put in actual effort

He actually looks crazier than usual.

viwan themes