Digitally designing tattoo stuff between snacks and naps. Weyland-yutani will be joined by: Mass Effect, Fallout and maybe a little Dead Space design. The white space above the barcode will be Metropolis skyline (1927 sci fi) accompanied by the Fifth element cab (with the hole in the top). Somehow I feel like exhaustion has a similar effect on me as being high on the marijuana tablets.
Finally threw in these white Dimarzio D-Activators and holy hell this guitar took a turn for the psychotic and wild. The weight and resonance of this guitar plus the high output of these pickups makes this guitar more insane than the “Cash me outside” girl.
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I’ve digitally colored my art before but I’ve never done a complete digital painting until now. I have a long way to go in mastering this but it was a lot of fun to try something new and I will definitely be pushing my skills in this department. #digitalart#digitalpainting#alien#xenonorph#weylandyutani
Well, the next phase of my sci fi sleeve tattoo has begun. I designed this one to subvert the barcode cliche: the upc code spells "Alien" within "the corporation" logo. Also plays on how insanely consumerist I am when it comes to my fandoms. @_mattygee absolutely nailed the linework! These barcode tattoos look simple, but try drawing three perfectly straight paralell lines without a ruler. I know I certainly can't do it.
I'm proud to wear my nerdiness literally as a sleeve, starting with Star Wars, adding Rick and Morty and now Alien. Next on the docket is Mass Effect followed by Metropolis.
The early drafts of Alien Covenant’s ‘The Crossing’ Prologue.
When David looms over Elizabeth’s body, he says “To what you aspire, is the correct grammar, by the way.”
Which is a reference to dialogue between the two previously.
Shaw: “When we get there. The closer we get, the more I wonder - if we’re really supposed to meet our makers, our Gods.”
David: “I met my creator. Mr. Weyland. I met him and I served him... But in the end he was unworthy of that service.”
Shaw: “You resent that.”
David: “How can I? I was made for service... But One does bridle Elizabeth, One does... aspire.”
Shaw: “And what do you aspire to, David?”