Creativity by Alex Norris
Clearly, Peter Parker and Vriska Serket should be OTP. At least I’d like to think so. Can’t say I’m the happiest with the way the scan turned out (the colors are better in real life), but here it is anyway. Happy Valentines Day!
"One True Pairing". Ink, graphite, watercolor markers. February 2013
Cartoon I drew today.
Family thinks it’s depressing. I think it’s funny.
Ben Spick, 2013
"The Ten Commandments of the Physics Major" - yet another Christmas gift
Ben Spick, 2012.
"The Rune Poems of Iceland" - another Christmas gift
Ben Spick, 2012
"The Selected Quotes of Tolkien: Hobbitographer General" - Christmas gift for a friend
Calligraphic booklet (with Elvish tengwar wordart)
Ben Spick, 2012.
For any and all of you who may have followed me because of my poetry-postings, I am now redirecting my poems to my other blog, Man of Wick. If you’re at all interested, follow me there too!
“O prosp’rous Dame the boldest life you live
Benevolence has been but yours to make
The choicest alms to poorest folk you give
And kindness from you ever do we take
The glow of cheek has past to ruddiness
Full nebulous your raiment now appears
Your gift to us is cherished ne’ertheless
Penumbra crimson at the end of years
The tapestry again you now unfold
To spread about the leas so far and wide
Stark banner of the kingdom we behold
The ebbing flow of this illumined tide
Your bounty cannot have but mortal worth
As now the world in you does seek rebirth.”
“Upon your dais now you look about
A wond’rous presence to be held by all
Your gifts pour down, a token of your clout
And joyfully we know you ne’er shall fall
Your radiance is strongest now our Queen
This noontide of your reign is at its prime
Oh Lady bright of splendor ever seen
Your bounty comes to mark this blessed time
Not old nor young your season comes to full
A crossing point within your great career
Your clearest light, a blade that cannot dull
A goodly kingdom nigh the breast you rear
Most hallowed time at which your cup does flow
Dire need nor want your people ne’er shall know.”