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copperbadge:

thewitchesofeastwood:

neodevilman:

Hawkeye is soooo HAAAWWWWTTT in Ultimate Marvel Vs Capcom 3. I never cared for him until i play this game
Wheres the porn of him with Shuma Gorath or the Rocket Raccon D:?

I…don’t…I just…ok.

I am convinced Clint Barton found this awesome portrait of him and bought a print immediately, lovingly had it framed, and hung it in the bathroom so that just as you sit down, you see it. And you can’t get up — you have to sit there, witnessing its splendor, until you’ve done your business, and when you leave the bathroom he’s standing there, arms crossed, grinning, just waiting for you to say something. Waiting. 

gdi sam that was soda out my nose

copperbadge:

thewitchesofeastwood:

neodevilman:

Hawkeye is soooo HAAAWWWWTTT in Ultimate Marvel Vs Capcom 3. I never cared for him until i play this game

Wheres the porn of him with Shuma Gorath or the Rocket Raccon D:?

I…don’t…I just…ok.

I am convinced Clint Barton found this awesome portrait of him and bought a print immediately, lovingly had it framed, and hung it in the bathroom so that just as you sit down, you see it. And you can’t get up — you have to sit there, witnessing its splendor, until you’ve done your business, and when you leave the bathroom he’s standing there, arms crossed, grinning, just waiting for you to say something. Waiting. 

gdi sam that was soda out my nose

2 months ago on February 14th, 2014 | J | 734 notes

eschergirls:

shattered-earth:

That’s it, i’m done. No more animations for a while. 

The scariest part is i thought this would look more grotesque, but the more frames i drew the more i realized i’ve seen every frame in a comic book, video game, anime or promo art (not even counting fanart) before. It’s almost too familiar to be grotesque, blugh.

If anyone wants to add more moves to her set go ahead. I suggest favorites such as the centaur woman butt bump, or the inexplicable crotch shot split kick :P

Me and my friend were discussing this earlier today, that parodies of Escher Girls can sometimes lose impact because of how ridiculous the bikini armor and boobs and butt battle poses are already, and how the parody often ends up not being that far off from the truth.  (Though this is an excellent illustration of how absurd it would look in movement.)

3 months ago on December 31st, 2013 | J | 2,121 notes
eschergirls:

henryscrapeteria:

How armor for women work.

This has been sent to me a ton lately, so I’ll just reblog this instead of making a new post.  So that’s how it works.  Magnets.

eschergirls:

henryscrapeteria:

How armor for women work.

This has been sent to me a ton lately, so I’ll just reblog this instead of making a new post.  So that’s how it works.  Magnets.

8 months ago on August 18th, 2013 | J | 50,915 notes

electricalice:

usedkarma:

revolutionaren:

I’m hoping Marvel are building up to a punchline here where the poster for Captain America 2 will be Natasha looking fierce whilst Steve clings onto her.

*waits patiently for a drawing of that said image*

did I get the broken neck angle right?

8 months ago on August 1st, 2013 | J | 99,826 notes
dianariggslegs:

vanessasketch:

It’s like Bucky is questioning how his title got on his crotch.
Good question, Bucky. Good question indeed.
New Avengers #50

That’s not even the best part.

dianariggslegs:

vanessasketch:

It’s like Bucky is questioning how his title got on his crotch.

Good question, Bucky. Good question indeed.

New Avengers #50

That’s not even the best part.

9 months ago on July 25th, 2013 | J | 29 notes
zenatness:

Where do I start… This is my Strong Female Pose picture, aka the butt picture, and I’ve been working on it on and off since autumn 2012, with months passing without me touching it. It’s going to get some simple shading too and magic glow and whatnot.
All poses (aside from Hawke) are based on ‘female’ poses from various pictures I’ve found. Most of my references have been deleted in the long on and off working process, but for an example Anders is in a Wonder Woman pose. Don’t try Sebastian’s. It’s impossible and it hurt my back when I tried to make sense of it.
Clearly inspired by the Hawkeye Initiative and Escher Girls (which are awesome), though I’m not a big superhero fan and I wanted to (ab)use characters I know and love. Not really a critique on Bioware (though I wish they’d lay off the bikini armor) but rather a work (and declaration) of love.
I was planning on doing a Mass Effect one too, but… I think it’s going to be a while before I muster the energy for that. Besides. Alien anatomy.

zenatness:

Where do I start… This is my Strong Female Pose picture, aka the butt picture, and I’ve been working on it on and off since autumn 2012, with months passing without me touching it. It’s going to get some simple shading too and magic glow and whatnot.

All poses (aside from Hawke) are based on ‘female’ poses from various pictures I’ve found. Most of my references have been deleted in the long on and off working process, but for an example Anders is in a Wonder Woman pose. Don’t try Sebastian’s. It’s impossible and it hurt my back when I tried to make sense of it.

Clearly inspired by the Hawkeye Initiative and Escher Girls (which are awesome), though I’m not a big superhero fan and I wanted to (ab)use characters I know and love. Not really a critique on Bioware (though I wish they’d lay off the bikini armor) but rather a work (and declaration) of love.

I was planning on doing a Mass Effect one too, but… I think it’s going to be a while before I muster the energy for that. Besides. Alien anatomy.

9 months ago on July 24th, 2013 | J | 1,234 notes

eschergirls:

Redraw of this picture http://eschergirls.tumblr.com/post/52952485315/annnd-isis-is-back-this-time-in-boobs-and-butt

Well, it’s not a “redraw” per se, but more a “how I’d draw this”. I know almost nothing about ancient egyptians’ clothes, but I googled it :I I hope it looks fine.

You know what I disliked so much about the original picture? I disliked how they slapped a sexy babe on the top of the background and fucked up a great opportunity to make a great and beautiful character with a great and beautiful story (and by “make” I mean “make in this cover” I haven’t read the comics so I dunno about her character, maybe it’s really good but I doubt it). I don’t mind sexy babes, sexy babes are great. But at least they could put her into a storytelling environment, not a boob and butt pose.

So, I wanted to draw Isis at that moment when she was teleported into modern world: “What the?-” kind of face, a little bit twisted body like something is pulling her, and sparkles! sparkles everywhere! Also I gave her wings. Because WINGS! And the sun disc.

I hope you like it.

This is a really nice redraw.  I like what you did with it, and how you re-interpreted her (and you gave her dark skin!). :)  Also, the idea that she’s in a state of transition matches up well with the two different backgrounds that indicate ancient Egypt and modern day America, and makes the cover look much more dynamic. 

10 months ago on June 17th, 2013 | J | 752 notes
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eschergirls:

boobsdontworkthatway:

I had a friend recently send me this amazing Youtube clip.

Aside from it just being a bit confusing without any context it’s simply amazing to realize that “bullet time fanservice” is now a real thing o.0

I’ve posted the gif of the chick’s super-breasts dodging the bullet before, but this whole clip is gold. 

Booblet time.

Highschool of the Dead.  That’s it. That’s the show. Gratuitous T&A, and sometimes remembering the bland plot.

11 months ago on May 24th, 2013 | J | 876 notes

starkexpos:

mylittlenestofvipers:

tomthyestean:

fatfreeshitsicles:

The Pigmy Pouter is a breed of fancy pigeon developed over many years of selective breeding. Pigmy Pouters, along with other varieties of domesticated pigeons, are all descendants from the Rock Pigeon (Columba livia).

it looks like someone photoshopped a pigeon onto a bluejay

Liefeld birds!

This is why the Internet exists.

~liefledglings~

1 year ago on April 23rd, 2013 | J | 12,261 notes
eschergirls:

ghostgreen:

another Escher Girls redraw because i can’t help it, it’s so much fun… 
also a small part of me hopes that some comics person will see these and hire me ;3; 
this time it’s this cover, the artist of whom i don’t know (VIGIL?): 

some comments: 
i had to change up the poses a little bit, because the foremost demon-lady’s arm is fucking nuts and a slap in the face to everyone everywhere who’s ever even attempted proper perspective. so in order not to change the composition entirely (we do after all want to keep the artists’ vision intact, yes?) i had to have her lunging at the heroine instead of clutching her throat like the Elongated Man. 
secondly i apologize for the sloppiness of this drawing- it’s an inked thumbnail. and the background is terrible. i hope somebody enjoys it anyway :B 

Much more personality in the redraw. :)

eschergirls:

ghostgreen:

another Escher Girls redraw because i can’t help it, it’s so much fun… 

also a small part of me hopes that some comics person will see these and hire me ;3; 

this time it’s this cover, the artist of whom i don’t know (VIGIL?): 

some comments: 

i had to change up the poses a little bit, because the foremost demon-lady’s arm is fucking nuts and a slap in the face to everyone everywhere who’s ever even attempted proper perspective. so in order not to change the composition entirely (we do after all want to keep the artists’ vision intact, yes?) i had to have her lunging at the heroine instead of clutching her throat like the Elongated Man. 

secondly i apologize for the sloppiness of this drawing- it’s an inked thumbnail. and the background is terrible. i hope somebody enjoys it anyway :B 

Much more personality in the redraw. :)

1 year ago on March 19th, 2013 | J | 373 notes
allonsyblue:

mjolkk:

crosswhenwegetthere:

#HawkeyeInitiative at #ECCC. He was our hero.

hey everybody, meet my badass friend matt who spent the whole day showing off his baaaaaaaaaaaaaad~ ass

oh my god

allonsyblue:

mjolkk:

crosswhenwegetthere:

#HawkeyeInitiative at #ECCC. He was our hero.

hey everybody, meet my badass friend matt who spent the whole day showing off his baaaaaaaaaaaaaad~ ass

oh my god

1 year ago on March 4th, 2013 | J | 29,329 notes

eschergirls:

milkydayy:

Hey this is gonna be a little rant post! It’s just something I need to get off my chest!

I know a lot of people here on tumblr make fun of “sjb” and how “omgz ur tryin to change da worl on the internet ur a dum hahaha” lemme give you a little story

before i was on tumblr i was your average cookie cutter wannabe pro artist and knew nothing about nothing, the whole “social justice” (i hate calling it that because its really just basic morals) thing. I know some of you might remember my mlp superheroine series let me say that this is probably the thing that I have drawn that I am most ashamed of ever.

While on deviantART the reception of this was great, on tumblr it wasn’t so much and at first it made me angry that people didn’t like it. I never replied it but I thought things like “don’t like it don’t look at it” or “fuq u i draw what i want draw ur own then lol” but the message these people were trying to get across to me never really GOT across to me until months later. 

Yes there is a lot of things wrong with that series, I stripped my favorite characters off of their very own personalities to make them into your cookie cutter white able bodied “”babe”“” comic book females. And what terrifies me now is that at the moment it felt so natural, I drew them almost unthinkingly, just one after the other, the way my brain was used to drawing girls, because as an artist, by comic books I was taught “this is what girls look like in comic books”. I never once thought of making them POC or chubbier, or not able bodied, or trans*, or just making them be REAL girls for christ sake. The thought never crossed my mind at all and it really turns my stomach how brainwashed I was because I am a poc myself, yet I neglected making any of them a poc. It was almost automatic to me that when the idea came to me to make them superheroes was cookie cutter girls.

I was even posted on eschergirls, and at first when I read the post I felt angry and attacked, especially at the comments, but then I realized they were right. They were right to feel hurt and tired of the same old thing. And for that I apologize deeply from the bottom of my heart.

So to all those people that tell other “sjb” that they’re not gonna change anything let me tell you that I for one have to disagree, because it’s changed me, and while I am the same artist that drew those humanizations, I promise you I am not the same person. And to all the artists who feel victimized or attacked by a critique, try to look past the anger (if critique is worded angrily), and try to read what the person was really trying to say. Sure it’s true that people should be considerate to artists, but I also think as artists we’ve got to know how powerful art is and how it affects the people that see it.

Lastly, no it’s not wrong to draw “”“babes”“” but think of the societal standards of a babe and what constitutes it. Are you really drawing what you think a beautiful woman looks like or what you were taught a beautiful woman looks like? 


Again sorry for the rant, I really felt the need to clarify this, and sincerely sorry if my art has ever made anyone feel bad in any way.

Wow.  I just kinda stumbled upon this. o_o  As I recall, I didn’t post it as an official EG thing (it’s fan art), but because somebody talked about it, and it was on some news site, I just commented at how generic they ended up looking when made into superheroines, and just as an example of how when people think “superheroine” they think a very narrow look (and skin tone).  I actually really liked your art style. :)  I don’t think you should be ashamed of it.  It’s well drawn.  And it’s part of your learning and growing process as an artist.  Don’t be ashamed. :)

And you’re really right on how we can internalize messages about how things should look.  I’m East Asian, but when I create heroes, I still default them to white a lot.  Because almost every superheroine we see in fiction looks a certain way, when we think “superheroine” we think that look.

But, wow.  I really admire the way you viewed criticism, and more to the point, how you managed to separate your emotions from seeing the criticism (which is very understandable), from what was being said.  I’m sure some complaints you felt were off-base or just ad-hominems, but that you didn’t just dismiss everything and you evaluated them, is really cool. :)  I’m not just saying that because I agree with what you said, but that I really do think it’s important to be able to consider criticism, be able to set it aside if you don’t agree, or learn from it if you do, but not just lash out and then forget about the whole thing, which is a really automatic thing to want to do.

Also, love what you said at the end. :)

Given that I have some responsibility for drawing attention to your art, I also want to draw attention to this. :)  (Also, because what you said is awesome.)

1 year ago on February 14th, 2013 | J | 807 notes

i’m about to ruin molecules for you

eschergirls:

spooksdale:

every time i look at a diagram of a molecule i can’t not see some underwear and a crotch and some legs than have been chopped off

image

ok here do you see it now?

image

BUT WAIT it gets worse when you get to more complex molecules like hydrocarbons

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and by worse i mean disturbing

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THIS ISN’T CHEMISTRY ANY MORE THIS IS SILENT HILL

I like how people think of this blog when they see posts like this and send me it. XD  So yes, here is your dose of Escher Girl science for the day.

1 year ago on February 7th, 2013 | J | 84,035 notes
eschergirls:

chibiwakki submitted:



Epona Kroft
There, fixed it.

This needs to be a special stage.

eschergirls:

chibiwakki submitted:

Epona Kroft

There, fixed it.

This needs to be a special stage.

1 year ago on January 31st, 2013 | J | 402 notes
dduane:

hedwig-dordt:

eschergirls:

onesideisgreatness submitted:



SF/F authors genderflip a cover

The blog post is here.




Would this be a good moment to tell you that Charles Stross is a brilliant interesting writer?

Yes he is.

dduane:

hedwig-dordt:

eschergirls:

SF/F authors genderflip a cover

The blog post is here.

Would this be a good moment to tell you that Charles Stross is a brilliant interesting writer?

Yes he is.

1 year ago on January 25th, 2013 | J | 941 notes