Another Garak/Bashir piece based on a song from my playlist (I may or may not have made a Garak/Bashir playlist…)
The song “Picking Up Pieces” by Blue October is perfect companion to the NOVEL-LENGTH LOVE LETTER Garak wrote to Julian entitled A Stitch in Time by Andrew Robinson. (Go read it NOW if you haven’t already.)
I don’t think I’ve quite gotten the hang of drawing Julian’s face yet…
sometimes I get really freaked out that DS9 started airing 22 years ago just thinking that people have been obsessing about the same material for the past two decades and it is still totally awesome
22 years ago??
woah i need a second
It just seems so timeless
7.05 - Chrysalis
"Kira Nerys has certain skills she's willing to teach us.
Skills we need if we're going to defeat the Dominion."
Because I was listening to “Someday Out of the Blue” by Elton John on the Road to El Dorado soundtrack, and decided it was a good Garak/Bashir song… and then I got to thinking that the two would be good as Tulio and Miguel… and then I started thinking I should draw it, followed by me popping the movie in and taking screenshots and deciding who would be each character (Sisko would be the cheif, and I’m almost convinced that Miles would be the horse.) I couldn’t quite decide who Chel would be. I thought about making her Ziyal, but I think Ezri fit better. And, of COURSE, we have Dukat as Tzekel-Kan (and if I had drawn any of the background people in the screenshot I got for this, they would have all been Bajorans.)
And then, I couldn’t figure out if I wanted them in the El Dorado outfits, or in the DS9 ones… so I went for both. (here, we see Dukat in his Fire Caves outfit)
So…. there’s me blabbering on about my new madness. Have fun.
royal flush :-*
Nooooooooooony noony noony noony noon noon noon! *Squeak*
Andrew J. Robinson in Dirty Harry (3/10)
When I first started working at my current job, I found some of the strangest things in the drawers, but my favorite was this: I’m not a huge fan of these films, but for some reason it makes me happy that there’s a film with Andy Robinson in it sitting in a drawer several feet from the desk. Another DS9 connection—Marc Alaimo is in The Dead Pool.