Harley Quinn

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Yesterday I finished my Harley Quinn picture using prismacoluour pencils, Derwent line painters, A gold sharpie and some soft pastilles. I drew the picture of Harley Quinn from the front of Harley Quinn:A call to arms vol:4.



Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy ducks!

Sorry i haven’t posted in a while, I didn’t have any time.

At Edinburgh comic-con i ordered 2 wooden ducks and they finally arrived!




I ordered them from NeilinCo GeekCreations

It was a woman making them and aren’t they amazing!

GenerationWhy mascot and logo

Today I  created a mascot for my website. She is wearing a hoodie with various superhero logos including: Wonder Woman, Batgirl, Spider woman and more. She wearing mismatched shoes symbolising that she’s a bit crazy, a cape and a mask  to say she wants to be a a superhero and cat ears to say she likes cats. img_6767 My logo is my mascots head with  g/w and at the top it says GenerationWhy. The colour theme is just based on colours I like. img_6765The eyes got a bit messed up but it ended up looking good.

Girl power

To me Girl power is one of the most important things in the world. Girls might understand this more than boys but it is true. Lots of girls are treated like they can’t do as well as boys but its not true. Thats sexist. Girls can do as well as boys and a lot of the time better. When you search the word avengers a lot of the images have more boys in them. Have you ever noticed how theres only one or two girls in the avengers or how theres more men in the justice league. Or how when you search up marvel all the men are at the front and woman at the back.  How wonder woman is mostly drawn with no muscles in comics when the guys all have six packs. Girls are under appreciated for all there talent and skills.

I got the idea of this blog post from my friends blog blueberryfoxblog so i just want to do a shout to for her awesome blog