Sometimes fanart just seems to defy description. This would be one of those times. I am both impressed by the artist’s skill and confused by her choice of subject matter.
I was purusing our fanart collection and realized that, although we touched on Twilight, we had yet to find a piece of art for Dracula. As Psychic Librarian did riff a Dracula fic, I think it’s appropriate to include some actual vampires in our Art-tastic highlights.
That said, this week I found this piece and I could not pass it by. In fact, I was laughing so hard that my eyes got teary. I think it’s the expressions on their faces that does it for me.
So, without further ado, I present: Dracula kicking Edward in the nuts:
I just can’t stop giggling when I look at this. It might be sleep deprivation, though…
FPM is stuck in an ice storm at the moment and has no electricity, thus no internet. So, here’s some fanart in a different medium than pen and paper:
This is a clay Cera. It’s actually pretty cute and, having worked with FiMo before, I think it’s pretty well done. Plus, I like that she’s sitting outside on the moss.
It gets the “Possible Awesome?” tag because, although I find it horribly cute, it doesn’t look a heck of a lot like Cera. The face is too narrow.
Happy New Year’s Day from everyone here at the Library!
Here’s a little fanart to usher in the new year that proves that AR’s Smurf of the Dead wasn’t an isolated phenomenon- it’s a zombie Smurf by TheWarrigul.
First of all, I would like to inform you that our beloved Lara is taking a brief sabbatical from the Library in the face of the hectic holidays. She’ll be back in a while. In the mean time we’re going to use her Thursday slot for our fan art updates.
Secondly, are zombie smurfs really that popular of a topic? Apparently so, because there’s a decent amount of fan art (much of it involving a scantily clad Smurfette as the Zombie Slayer for some God-awful reason… don’t say I don’t suffer for your amusement!) regarding smurfs that are zombies.
Here’s one for you by artist 1314. I’ve placed it behind the page break merely because of the source material. Unlike a lot of Zombie Smurf art, this one is fairly mild.