Best Friends Forever and Ever Whether You Like It Or Not
The Future is Going to be a Wondrous Place
Graphite pencil, watercolour, pencil crayon and gel pen.
Back to working on this today…
It feels like I haven’t sat down and just… drawn in forever. Thank you, good friend, for encouraging me to just put a pencil to paper again. Here’s my attempt at my favorite Warehouse 13 character. :)
makes an attempt to draw Myka
not sure if should throw self into volcano or not
The spin-off I really want to see
When the suffocating swell of heteronormativity threatens the co-parenting relationship that Regina and Emma have built around the son they lovingly share, the two women decide it is in Henry’s best interest to leave Storybrooke.
To save him witnessing the destruction of the foundation his family is built upon, Regina and Emma send Henry to live with Regina’s cousin, Helena Wells, and her partner, Myka Bering, until such a day that Storybrooke is rid of this growing threat.
Until such a day that they, all three of them together, can live happily ever after.
Color palette request number five! I miss Warehouse 13.
The next words out of 13-year-old Pete’s mouth are, “She likes the ladies now!”
Just before the room falls silent.
The word mortified has been in 12-year-old Myka’s vocabulary since she was five-year-old Myka and her two-year-old sister practically sang a chorus of “oh shits” at the grocery store, much to her several-years-older mother’s dismay.
Myka recalls hearing her mother use that word, mortified, when later explaining the days’ events to her father, and she immediately began implementing it into her own vocabulary.
"I’m absolutely mortified by my cookie sales.” She said once. “I was so mortified when Kurt Smoller tried to kiss me on the playground.” Was said another time. “I am way too old for a babysitter, this whole thing is pretty mortifying.”
But now, she realizes, she has used it far too frivolously because now Myka knows the true definition of what it means to be mortified. And she would take one thousand attempted kisses from Kurt Smoller any day of the week over this level of absolute mortification.
Myka Ophelia Bering, badass super intelligent Warehouse 13 agent extraordinaire!
I took a little break from working on the warehouse ladies, hence the reason this is up so late. Mostly because I’m still a bit bitter about what they did to the show in the final season i.e., Pyka(gross)… I mean, Really?! NO!!!! Bering & Wells 4 life!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I’m still going to miss the show anyway. I might revisit this project later to do a portrait of Leena.