My personal headcanon involves this idea of Javert always being ‘cold’ both physically and with his demeanor.
Plus it didn’t help that I kept listening to the Prince of Egypt soundtrack.
2 hour sketch with black coloured pencil, Sanford Ebony, and pencil
Will probably tweak a bit, but I want to keep it as a ‘sketch’
An incredible article about the myths of women’s role in history, our biases from patriarchal education and media, and how not addressing those biases creates a feedback loop in fiction that perpetuates sexism.
A must read!
We forget what the story’s about. We erase women in our stories who, in our own lives, are powerful, forthright, intelligent, terrifying people. Women stab and maim and kill and lead and manage and own and run. We know that. We experience it every day. We see it.
[T]he trouble is, it’s often hard to sort out what we actually experienced from what we’re told we experienced, or what we should have experienced. We’re social creatures, and fallible.
Today’s Style: Casual In Pompeii
- Suit Jacket: Thrift Shop
- T-Shirt: Revolver Vintage Shop
- Jeans: Indigo Star
- Sneakers: Adidas
Obviously, I don’t normally do the jeans and t-shirt thing, but when I went to Pompeii, I decided to dress a little more casually. What do you think? Should I include some more casual outfits along with the more formal ones I usually wear?