There is nothing more humbling than putting Spanx on first thing in the morning.
TRIBUTES OF DISTRICT 12.
Trying to give good imagery for several characters from the books we never get to meet in the films. So, from Left to Right;
Rory Hawthorne, Gale Hawthore, Primrose Everdeen (Accompanied by Lady & Buttercup), Leevy Johnson, Katniss Everdeen, Peeta Mellark, Delly Cartwright, Middle brother Mellark (Unnamed in the books), and Madge Undersee.
I really tried to not let this sketch spiral out of control (Because, oh, it could have spiraled so far…) But this is def. part 1 in a series.
Kudos to the many fanfic authors out there, who have written the smaller characters into their series, and helped give me a good visual to work with.
And thanks to whiskeysnarker, who was the equivalent of a beta while I worked on this. ^^
jhutchmyanchor said: 58, 53, 37, 29 :)
Ohh.. a couple of tough ones
58. Favourite screenplay?
This one is really tough, but I think it might be a toss up between Inglorious Basterds or Django Unchained. When Quentin Tarantino writes for Christoph Waltz, I’m in.
53. Most surprising movie moment?
Hands down when Leo gets shot in the elevator in The Departed. I have never been more shocked at a movie. I actually gasped and jumped in my seat when it happened.
37. Best tear jerker?
Steel Magnolias. If you don’t cry during that movie when M’Lynn says “I can run from all the way to Texas and back, but my daughter can’t. She never could.” I don’t know how you function as a human.
And then laughing when Clairee shoves Ouiser and tells M’Lynn to slap her. Best emotional change in the history of cinema. I can’t express my love for Steel Magnolias enough.
29. Most hated film?
The Watchmen. I fucking hate that piece of shit movie. I liked the comic books. I had a friend that had introduced me to them a couple of years before the movie came out, so I was really excited to see it. I was so disappointed. So. Disappointed.
I just bought tickets for my mom and I to go see Cher in concert and Pat Benatar is opening.