While I’m not a MLP fan, I did happen across this and thought it needed sharing:
I just… d’aww! This was put together by Gsphere of at deviantart. GSphere concentrates almost entirely on MLP fanart, and is pretty good. If you’re into ponies, you should go check him out.
Since we have two Librarians currently working on Mass Effect fics, I thought it would be nice to show those Patrons unfamiliar with the series what the different species look like. The authors certainly haven’t gone out of their way to describe them. I don’t know if this could technically be considered fanart since it just looks like the artist cut and pasted still images of the game characters rather than creating original images, but it’s handy to have a cheat sheet when Herr W. and erttheking start throwing around species’ names. (It was a choice between this or one of the many Garrus/femShep pieces out there. I flipped a coin.)
Today I thought I’d dig up some Avengers fanart for our guest snarker Kate. As you might imagine with such a large fandom, the quality of the work varies considerably. There is also a vast array of shipped couples, some of which had me scratching my head. (Loki/Loki yaoi – really, people? Narcissism doesn’t work that way.) Since the main canon character in Kate’s fic is Loki, I’ve decided to showcase some Loki fanart. (I also really like typing the word “Loki” over and over again.) And I’ve found some stunners.
The artist has an amazing portfolio, much of it fanart and all of it stunning.
Bonus image for those who click through!
I watched about ten minutes of Lost once and had no idea what was going on. I like this version because Uncle Scrooge looks pretty badass.
The artist includes a guide as to which Lost character eachDisney character is supposed to be.
Goofy – Michael
Minnie Mouse – Kate
Max – Walt
Pluto – Vincent
Mickey Mouse – Jack
Scrooge McDuck – Ben
Donald Duck – Sawyer
Daisy Duck – Juliet
Horace Horsecollar – Sayid
Gus Goose – Hurley
Arizona Goof (Goofy’s cousin) – Locke
Phantom Blot – MIB
Taco found this little treasure over on etsy, the ‘net’s home for all things handmade. While some may argue that it’s not technically fanart, it is frickin’ adorable so we’re putting it up as fanart. The artist offering up this felt flyer also has several other plushies in her store, including a super-awesome Loki complete with helmet-horn things.
And since I couldn’t help but browse around her shop, here’s a bonus Joker.