But here's to crossing my fingers that he might show up in the next season (not the one currently going on) even if for a single episode. I always wondered what
happened to his daughters mother as he said he lost her because of his portal jumping (i'm not going to say his wife because he never mentioned Grace's mother as his wife only as her mother)
your art caught our (the goobers that run a network dedicated to Sebastian Stan) eye and we would love to feature it in a project we are currently working on, a birthday book for the actor! If you are interested in being featured please contact us, either via this account or at our e-mail adress (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further information please visit here.
This sounds terribly formal, but we would seriously be excited if you would allow us - at your terms! - to share your work with Sebastian Stan.
Thank you for your time,
Now to not be a spamming douchenozzle, you probably want to know what we like about your piece that we want it in the book, so there you go!:
The cold blue background harmonises super well with the cold skintone you chose, with the overall tranquil blue you chose laying the warmth in the Hatter's gaze. Which is amazingly well done, considering the hostile world he lives in but the warmth that is actually in him. Nice touch with the little gadgets that make the hatter the hatter, the teacup et cetera and this way or another we thank you for sharing this piece of art with us!
That's an interesting touch, including the chipped teacup from the Belle-Rumplestiltskin relationship--but of course the Mad Hatter was a participant in the frenetic tea party in ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND, so there is a valid connection, I suppose.
At least Jefferson was eventually reunited with his daughter when the Storybrooke curse was broken--here he looks sadly wistful, so I'd guess it's before that reunion.
I "wonder" if Jefferson Airplane's members realized that they'd be contributing a character name to a 2010s television program when the group recorded "White Rabbit" over forty years earlier.
Parenthood appears to be a dominant theme in this show... --C.K.
I hope you'll do Red, Mulan, Cinderella, and Abigail perhaps? Or more Disney comparisons with their princesses, like the one you did for Aurora No rush, of course, do whatever pleases you
Wow this is amazing