Garrus Vakarian 22/50
Nice pose there, Garrus.
»No matter what happens here… you know that I love you. I always will.
Mass Effect 1 Alien Squad Member Cubist Portraits -
These were a ton of fun to make, it was fun looking back on these awesome characters and trying to capture a little bit of what makes them unique in simple geometric shapes.
As always, you can find prints here
and my DA here
I can’t wait to get started on ME2 :)
Game Typography Challenge
└Day 15: Use textures on type
Milky Way Path (von Nuno Serrão)
(But Miranda tries.)
Starting Tuesday, I’ll start rolling out posts featuring everyone’s favorite genetically-engineered-for-perfection ex-Cerberus trouble-shooting space diva.
I’ll be tracking #miranda lawson and #masseffectlove (too many other Mirandas in the #miranda tag), and as always you can submit or send asks if there’s something in particular you want me to see.
DaysPosts of Mass Effect
└ Favorite Female Companion: Kasumi Goto“Trapped inside a Reaper. Could be worse. Don’t know how but… I guess it could be full of rats.”
I don’t think I’ll have a Second Chances update this weekend; I’m working out some details of what comes next. However, in compensation, here’s a scene from a few years down the line, just shy of Lexa’s 15th birthday, as she considers what starting her term of service means.
Also, happy Father’s Day to all the wonderful dads out there!
David found Lexa hunched up at the overlook at their favorite park. That was where he’d expected to find her after her door-slamming exit, although he’d been doing homework and missed what the fight was about. She had her knees drawn up, her arms circled loosely around them, staring out over the paths below. “Man, you’re in a mood,” he said lightly, settling down beside her. “Don’t worry, you’ll be out of the house in a month—”
She shuddered and turned her face away. “Yeah, that’ll be great.”
It took no effort at all to pick up on the sarcasm in her tone. “Come on, if the parents are getting you down, at least you won’t have to deal, you’ll be done with school, you’ll be out actually doing something—”
“Don’t,” she said. “Don’t be jealous, David. I know you want to be out of school, but not everyone does.”
He stopped short and thought back over how her temper had been getting shorter and shorter the last few months. “Ohhh. So that’s it.”
“Congratulations. You figured me out. Now you can go home and tell your mom I’m fine.”
He could do that, sure. Once Lexa had left, Mom had stood in the kitchen looking bewildered, and kind of exasperated. She’d shaken her head and taken herself back to her office; David had only hesitated for a moment before he went out the door after Lexa. “She doesn’t even know I’m here. Do you want to talk about it?”
She shrugged. “What’s to talk about? I have to go, and I’m scared.”