I didn’t understand that reference at first so I looked it up and apparently there were fifty-seven academics who theorized that Shakespeare was gay/bisexual.
Also, sonnet 57 is supposed to be about a guy that Shakespeare was in love with.
The Doctor remarks at one point in this episode that a skull looks like that of a Sycorax. Shakespeare claims he’s using that word, as he likes it. There is a Shakespeare character called Sycorax. #researchpayskids
I always love it when this shows up on my dash.
Hey, I’m Dirk Grundy, I make an internet comic titled String Theory. It’s About villainy and no-goodniks, responsibility shirking, and feeling lost. I think. Mostly it’s the product of me just loving the creepy buttholes in movies and comics and suchlike. Anyway.
If there’s anything I hear artists complaining about, besides drawing hands, it’s perspective! I’ve seen all sorts of tutorials to get around even attempting it. And, I gotta be honest. Those shortcuts? They usually look like MORE work to me.
I’m not gonna lie and say setting up proper scenery is a breeze, but, hey, come on, what part of art IS? But, it definitely looks more complicated than it is.
Perspective is really nothing more than intersecting planes. You have plane A meeting up with plane B and plane C and whoops you have a cube. Add in plane D and wow maybe even a E and suddenly your drawing is a fish eye lens. Most drawings will never require more than three points or planes, and you can usually get by with two. Sometimes even one! Or none if you are drawing someone up against a flat wall or floating in the vastness of space for some reason. Hey, it could come up, you don’t know!