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!! lovely artwork
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Thanks a lot (belatedly!) :)
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Turtle doodles by The-French-Belphegor
Turtle doodles

toitles

(a.k.a. sweet precious babies who shouldn’t be allowed to get hurt guys honestly they’re 15)

I might be on to something with these. They're hard to draw... but so much fun!

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Last stand colour by The-French-Belphegor
Last stand colour
I gave in and coloured my previous drawing (and managed to background a little). Not sure if it works... You tell me.

Something (#43, maybe) I love about the 2012 TMNT cartoon is the fact that I find it impossible to say which turtle is my favourite. Usually it's Mikey, but wow, these series make me love all of them fiercely and all-encompassingly for different reasons :)
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Last stand by The-French-Belphegor
Last stand
Good thing the title is misleading... I like my last stands best when they're not actually, y'know, really last. But it came darn close in a lot of iterations of this particular story, didn't it...

I really like the 2012 TMNT designs (the fact that they're all so instantly recognisable fills me with joy - as do Donnie's tooth gap and Mikey's freckles because IT'S THE CUTEST THING). One of these days I'll try to colour this one properly - which means I have a hell of a brushing up on my Mignola to do. (And on backgrounds. Good lord I'm bad at backgrounds.)
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Les Petits Meurtres d'Agatha Christie by The-French-Belphegor
Les Petits Meurtres d'Agatha Christie

Les Petits Meurtres d’Agatha Christie (link) is probably my favourite Agatha Christie adaptation with David Suchet’s Poirot (and a lingering nostalgic-tinted fondness for Ustinov’s Death on the Nile). The two (original) characters come from Petits meurtres en famille (link), a TV adaptation of Hercule Poirot’s Christmas set in 1939 France. The audience loved them so much that a TV series was made and other novels were adapted into episodes set in Northern France roughly between 1935 and 1939.

So here’s Inspecteur (equivalent of DI in Britain) Emile Lampion and his boss Commissaire (DCI) Jean Larosière. Larosière loves gourmet cooking and classical literature (he knows his Shakespeare and his Racine); he’s quite intelligent, knows it, and doesn’t suffer fools gladly. Fortunately, his DI Lampion is no fool - but he can be awkward, clumsy, is not as well-read as his superior officer and is less prone to “eureka!” moments. He’s also methodical (with a great interest in the then-budding scientific police), thorough, kind-hearted, and a rather level-headed young man. (He’s also gay, which was even less easy in that day and age than it can be now. But it’s one of his defining traits, not the main one.)

They have a rocky but heartfelt kind of father-son relationship and I love ‘em a lot :)

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And now for something completely different

Journal Entry: Fri Apr 20, 2012, 4:56 AM


There can never be too many nods and winks to the Monty Python on the Internet. Just sayin'.

As it turns out (and as witnessed by my suddenly better stocked "Fics and snapshots" folder), my spark for writing made a surprise return at the end of last year; since then I've been writing frantically in case it's temporary and goes away again (lately I've been slowing down and consequently been afraid that the urge to write was getting diluted into other interests/fandoms... typical).

Two things have really been a big encouragement, though: the fact that I now know that I can actually complete a chaptered story (that had never happened before!), and the Papa Bear Awards. Every year, readers/writers of Hogan's Heroes fanfiction hold an election for the best HH fanfiction in the past year, and I'm still reeling (in a very good way!) from the fact that people actually nominated, then voted for my story, Soul Food. I won Bronze for "Best Story of 2011" (!!!),  Silver for "Best Long Comedy" and "Most Unique Story", and Gold (!!!!!!) for Best Portrayal of a Canon Character (LeBeau, and I'm told Schultz - the other character I was nominated for in this category - actually made fourth place!). I mean, wow. I still can't believe it. It's a bit daunting, too, because now I'm afraid the stories I have cooking (in plot bunny form, or the ones I actually got started on) won't be that good... Which goes to show that sometimes you just have to switch off your self-doubt and questioning and just write the darn thing. We'll see where it goes from here :)

In other less cheerful, Real Life-related news, I'm still on the dole, because librarian jobs are hard to come by where I live... Technically, it should mean more time to write/doodle, but somehow, it doesn't much. I'll have to kick myself in the rear to get at least this kind of activity going. It doesn't bring bread on the table, but it's something that makes me happy. I guess it's important. And who knows? Maybe some day I'll be able to write something original. A girl can dream :lol:

Checked into the Pottermore thing (I still like "Belphegor" better than "FlameScarlet5995", but we're not allowed to choose our own names) and it's a lot of fun - except I'm stuck at the end of Philosopher's Stone and I have no idea 1) if the "Chamber of Secrets" part is accessible yet, and/or 2) how to access it. Little help?

That's all (for now), folks :)

Skin by Shinji-bpm
  • Listening to: Firefly soundtrack
  • Reading: fanfiction on my Kindle! Yay!
  • Watching: The Muppets
  • Playing: Ode to Joy on my ukulele
  • Eating: Leftover Easter chocolate
  • Drinking: Orange juice

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Pantxika Passicot
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I'm a 30-year-old French girl who lives in the South West of France, doodles a lot and likes to sing in her shower. Hi there :)

I mostly do fanart, although every once in a while I'll get a picture in my head that hasn't got anything to do with fandoms.

Feel free to peek around my little gallery, and don't forget to leave a comment if you liked or didn't like something to tell me why :)
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:iconknight-watcher:
Knight-Watcher Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
I actually saw Je Suis Charlie painted onto a brick wall recently.
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:iconthe-french-belphegor:
The-French-Belphegor Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Really? :) Wow. You know, I find the idea that it's painted on a wall halfway across the world rather lovely :)
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Knight-Watcher Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Yes its better than some of stranger things I have seen painted on these walls except for maybe instances of ignore this graffiti.

Also in Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham - Batman says Je Suis Batman in a level called Europe Against It.

The individual levels have definite references all over the place like Breaking BATS, The Lantern Menace, etc.

All the Lantern Corps make some kind of appearance in the game except maybe the Black Lanterns unless there's a future DLC for them.

The Bonus Level is devoted to the 1966 Live Action series starring Adam West.

The most recent DLC is one for the Bizarro characters like Bizarro, Batzarro, Bizzara, Cyzarro, and GreenZarro.

Also what happens in the Beyond Gotham story involves the lantern rings and how each color has a different effect on whoever was expose to them during a major confrontation with the story's primary antagonist.
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Doudy20 Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
J'adore tes œuvres! (j'espère que ça ne te dérange pas si je te tutoies, sinon n'hésite pas à me le dire, mais je trouve que ça fais pus amical ^^')
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The-French-Belphegor Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Merci beaucoup !! Et non, ça ne me dérange absolument pas que tu me tutoies (moi aussi, je peux ?). Ça fait super plaisir de trouver des Français(e)s sur ce site :)
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Doudy20 Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Ben oui, bien sûr! Comme dis, je trouve ça plus sympa ^^
Et oui, effectivement, j'suis super contente aussi, ça fait même bizarre de communiquer en français de nouveau XD
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methowwolf Featured By Owner May 5, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Happy birthday! *ahem*

Happy Birthday to you
Happy Birthday to you
Your art is really awesome
And you are too!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
:iconfeelingfreeplz:Free Birthday Icon birthday cake Happy Birthday Grin Super Fantastic Golden Platter Cake 3D Party Monkey :cakerun: 1st Emoticon: Happy Birthday 
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:iconthe-french-belphegor:
The-French-Belphegor Featured By Owner May 12, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks a lot (belatedly) for all these cakes and birthday things! It's adorable :D Thank you so much for the compliments!
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methowwolf Featured By Owner May 12, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You're very welcome! I hope you had a lovely time.
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Alda-Rana Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2013   Digital Artist
Belphégor - tu étais sur le Vademecum à une époque non ? J'adore tes oeuvres :)
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