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I’ve been told that a long time ago (before I started playing Minecraft), Mojang made a mistake. A monster got messed up. He didn’t look like the others. He was corrupted. This monster was so messed up that they decided to keep it. Thus the creeper was born!! An ugly, wonderful thing.
Alas, this creeper isn’t so lucky. . .
Yes, it looks either a really bad cake or lego bricks covered in modeling clay. And it may be a bit rough around the edges; but don’t judge it too harshly! It is only seven dollars!!!!
Here’s a second look right side up:
It’s no secret that I love Lois Lane or Superman. Hell, if you see me at work you’ll notice a Superman lanyard around my neck (I would love a Lois Lane one – people get on that!) Which means I am always looking out for new stuff about the two – especially Lois!!! Particularly good fan art. Which is always hard to come by.
Of course, this isn’t my first time posting about this topic. If you want to see what I have done before – look for the links at the bottom of the screen. Otherwise, let’s get on to some great art!
Good Lois Lane Fan Art
All I want to say about this post is that I would love a basement like this:
Canadian Trek Fan Creates Out-Of-This-World Enterprise-themed Basement
here are Star Trek fans and then there’s Line Rainville. A hardcore fan of The Original Series, Rainville spent $30,000 giving the basement in her Notre-Dame-des-Prairies, Quebec, home a Trek overhaul. As such, she re-created portions of the Enterprise bridge, recreation room, observation deck, transporter room and Spock’s quarters.
“I was 9 when I first watched Star Trek in French with my father,” Rainville, who is a social worker, told CNET. “I became addicted to this show and during the week, and I looked forward to each Tuesday at seven for another episode. I enjoyed Star Trek because it was about space, unknown worlds, and aliens who often ended up being more friendly than expected. I enjoyed learning about Vulcans and seeing the interactions between the characters.”
It took Rainville more than a year to fully realize her suite of Star Trek rooms. According to CNET, she tracked down a tricorder and 3D chess set online, and then re-created such props as Vulcan bells, food replicators and utility piping. Rainville also perused dozens of online and brick-and-mortar shops in search of a fabric that resembled that seen on Spock’s bed, ultimately electing to craft her own bedspread with the identical pattern.