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lauraboland:

UPDATE: This design is now available on Redbubble! If you’d like to own this in t-shirt form, please check out this link! 
Why do you ask what when the delicious question is when? The only difference between past and present is semantics. Lives, lived, will live. Dies, died, will die. If we could perceive time as it really was, what reason would grammar professors have to get out of bed? 
Robert & Rosalind Lutece, Bioshock Infinite.
Finally (sort of) finished! I was looking very closely at the concept art for this one, so I borrowed a lot of the design from there. Not very original of me, but it was a learning experience. I’m pretty happy with how this came out. 

lauraboland:

UPDATE: This design is now available on Redbubble! If you’d like to own this in t-shirt form, please check out this link! 

Why do you ask what when the delicious question is when? The only difference between past and present is semantics. Lives, lived, will live. Dies, died, will die. If we could perceive time as it really was, what reason would grammar professors have to get out of bed? 

Robert & Rosalind Lutece, Bioshock Infinite.

Finally (sort of) finished! I was looking very closely at the concept art for this one, so I borrowed a lot of the design from there. Not very original of me, but it was a learning experience. I’m pretty happy with how this came out. 

totally-your-buddy

totally-your-buddy:

I love this love story.  I love that Cosima and Delphine are allowed open passion and romance, that they’re allowed to fight and make up like any other couple.  I love that even though they’re surrounded by chaos and challenged by obstacles, those obstacles have nothing to do with their sexuality.  

I love that the season ended with a classically romantic scene.  Delphine as a dream lover, a fairy tale.  I didn’t realize how much I WANTED a scene like that until it happened.  I didn’t realize that I’d never seen a scene like that between two women before.

I love that the dream scene was included as just another part of the finale, just a casual, ‘Heeey here’s Delphine, the fairytale princess come to save Cosima,’ with no fanfare or parade.  Even though it was a small scene…I don’t know…it made me feel utterly normal and included and accepted. My story there on screen.

 I am so thankful for Orphan Black. Thank you for making this show.