Jane Bennet and Mr. Bingley.
In some ways, the film is the ultimate nonrelationship movie. Lizzie and Darcy, the wealthy, single Netherfield Park visitor, have few actual encounters, and even fewer with positive results. But there is a smoldering in their glances, touches and what is not said. The fact that the two never consummate their relationship onscreen, even through a kiss, only adds to the tension.
A moment of appreciation for Laura.
8 Facts about the Catching Fire movie and its cast
Greek history jokes? Minotaur jokes? Anyone?
still my favorite
an example of perfect, perfect comedic timing in comic panels
love the last face hahaha
The Real Monsters are reborn!
Upon getting so much attention for my previous designs, I wanted to redesign the monsters and develop the concept a little more. You’ll notice most of the monsters have subtle alterations and the descriptions have been changed to better reflect my original concepts.
Over the coming weeks I will release more (never seen before) monsters and will also release concept sketches and developmental work for each monster shown here- So stay tuned! (They may also be little animations…)
Disclaimer: The artwork is not at all intended to make light of these conditions but instead is intended to give these intangible mental illnesses some substance and make them appear more managable as physical entities.
All work (c)Toby Allen 2013
These are absolutely fantastic.
A lycanthrope transforms in front if his friend for the first time.
"Oh my god."says his friend,"You just turned into a wolf."
"Yes,"he replies "I am a were"