If you’re having purl problems
I feel bad for you , son
I’ve got 99 problems
but a stitch ain’t one.
From Hottenroth’s Le costume, les armes, les bijoux, la céramique, les ustensiles, outils, objets mobiliers, etc vol. 2 some great color illustrations of Medieval Scandinavian costumes and artifacts (with some Celts thrown in as well.)
“Wound up in L.A., got into an acting class and then that’s where I started acting. I had no idea, never wanted to do this stuff, still don’t really want to do it, mate,” he admits. Fimmel is even-keeled, he exudes a thoughtless vibe, and as much as Fimmel plays it all down, one even has to question how hard he worked to get to his current status. Sometimes his nonchalant nature
can come off as arrogant, and it’s easy to imagine he’s often misunderstood, but could care less; he’s just riding the wave. And it may have stuttered a bit in the beginning, Fimmel took jobs everyone in Hollywood thought would pay dividends but floundered [see: WB’s Tarzan] until he grew a beard and started swinging an axe. Ah, the farm boy swinging the axe again. It’s in History Channel’s Vikings that Fimmel has found his niche, receiving acclaim for his portrayal of the contemplative but merciless, Ragnar Lothbrok, a deep-thinking maniac from Viking Age Europe. There is a swagger to his character that is maintained somewhere within Fimmel. When I ask about his association with Ragnar, he states, “Every guy that I know that fights is always the quietest guy in the room; I just try to think more than talk. You’ll always learn more by listening rather than being the loudest guy in the room. And whatever you do, you do because you enjoy it, so I try to make my character enjoy fighting.”
Some may see it as arrogance, I see Travis’ attitude about acting as refreshing and honest instead of an over-eager poser like so much of Hollywood.
Gah! I’m such a sucker for guys with long hair and beards or just beards in general. AAAAAGGHHHH he’s so attractive!
An amber colored beauty. Cheers.
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A selection of Backgrounds from the Steven Universe episode: Steven the Swordfighter
Art Direction: Elle Michalka
Design: Sam Bosma, Steven Sugar
Paint: Amanda Winterstein, Jasmin Lai, Katie Mitroff, Gyimah Gariba
Woo! I liked this episode a lot. The Lonely Blade backgrounds were so much fun to design. I did the top two and the couple shots of the temple, and the bottom one is a new version of an older one I designed. Steven and Emily do such a crazy good job with the house.