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13 March 2011 @ 10:14 pm
Happy (belated) Birthday, Leigh!  
Because Meredith sucks so much she's become her own blackhole is a flake who lets projects get away from her, her birthday present for the absolutely fabulous, marvelous and just plain awesome gamesiplay is late this year. ^^; Sumimasen! (It's so rude!) Forgive me, darling. ^_^

Not much, but I was finally able to finish a drawing for you: The Most Important Rule. You'll have to scroll down to get the full effect-- I was going for a bookmark-style image, but got a little carried away and ended up scanning it in too large. Of all the versions of Leigh I've drawn, this is probably the best. Your hair was actually fun to draw, though don't ask me why I drew you in Starbuck's flight-suit while referencing BoB. My brain is a crazy fandom blender? Maybe.

Like I said, I know it's not much, but I hope it makes you smile. *hugs tightly* Late or no, I wish you many many happy returns.


Ps. Guess who's watching The Pacific? Go on, guess! ^_~
Emotional Temperature: embarrassedembarrassed
The Band Plays:: "Big Machine"-- by The Goo Goo Dolls
gamesiplay: shockedgamesiplay on March 14th, 2011 05:11 am (UTC)
Oh, my gosh, Meredith, this is gorgeous. (And very flattering! :D) Thank you so, so much. And I approve 100% of my Starbuck ensemble.

(How's The Pacific? I haven't watched it yet.)
Meredith Bronwen Mallory: marinegirlgarnettrees on March 16th, 2011 04:36 pm (UTC)
I'm so glad you like the picture! I had a lot of fun drawing it. ^_^ I hope you had an awesome birthday, too.

The Pacific is very good-- not as good as BoB, but I am enjoying it immensely. It's taken me a little while longer to get attached to some of the characters, but I will definitely admit I've cried now on more than one occassion. There's more coverage of the homefront, and less homoeroticism (though it's still there! ^_~), and I actually think it's a little more graphic. I'm withholding final judgement until I see how they handle the portrayal of Japan's surrender. They've done a good job portraying the psychology of young Japanese soldiers who've grown up under the totalitarian Cult of the Empire, so I'm hopeful it can be done with the same deft touch.

You know, I can always mail the DVDs to you when I'm finished, if you're looking to borrow them. *grins* Though, knowing the internet, I'm sure someone has pirated downloads somewhere. Oh, internet, you are simultainiously soothing and depressing in your predictability. *grins*