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In my gallery you shall find many crazy things and quite possibly something that appeals to you (I hope D: )

from Trek to TRON, from fantasy to historical, from Beatles to Moody Blues.

My gallery goes where no gallery has gone before :iconwthplz:

ENJOY!! :icontardplz:

dA Stamp - Requests Closed by lynkx-ie


1. Poster for AlienAlfredo - STATUS: FINISHED
2. Gift art (E!: Johnny & Roy) for harrimaniac27 - STATUS: sketching
3. Andre for LadyData - STATUS: FINISHED
4. Ailee & Shi'zuh for Bekkalada - STATUS: Sketching

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Just a reminder that I haven't forgotten about gift arts and art trades that I owe people. I have just been busy with work, applying for graduate school, and getting a decent backlog of comic pages before my time at work gets even worse as summer draws ever closer :XD: 

I promise I am actually working on stuff :heart::hug:

Also, I didn't say anything on here yesterday because I did on facebook already and I was just too broken up to really do it on here ;w; But rest in peace, Leonard Nimoy: a man who was not only an amazing actor but also a wonderful human being. His portrayal of Spock, and the Star Trek Universe in general, has been one of the most profound inspirations in not only my artistic work, but also my life. He will be deeply missed :heart:
  • Mood: Joy
  • Listening to: My Freedom - Thomas Bergersen
  • Reading: Pluto
  • Watching: George Harrison\\\'s pirate song!!
  • Eating: nothing
  • Drinking: nada


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Hannah Bottenberg
Artist | Student | Digital Art
United States
Student of Creative Writing and Digital Art :heart:


Star Trek, Moody Blues, Beatles, TRON, Disney, Cats, Hippies, 60s 70s & 80s, Emergency!, Peace, California (my HOMEEE), Criminal Minds, Disco, Sci-fi, Britian :flaguk:, faeries, Psychedelic Stuff, Oldschool Video/Computer Games, Earth


Haters, Ignorant/Arrogant People, Crazy Drivers, Typos, The Santa Ana Winds!, Brussles Sprouts

Stuff I'm Working On

1. Simulacrum - Sci-fi comic/novel
2. Star Trek: Defiance|Alliance RP [REBOOTED]

I'm Open For

Art trades ONLY

Not Currently Open For

Other RPs, commissions, requests


Of my alien species for my comic, which one is your fave? :D 

5 deviants said Voush'ni (Centaurians)
3 deviants said Argaesians
2 deviants said Tarkainians
2 deviants said Grossians
1 deviant said Gongolians
No deviants said Tortons


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jackofalltrades0097 Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm flattered for the fave! Thank you so much n_n
bulgariansumo Featured By Owner 2 days ago
Thank you for the favorite! :D Your OCs look cool! :)
MoodyBeatleGirl Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Student Digital Artist
You're welcome! :la: Your sci-fi series looks awesome and I love your art style :heart:
And thank you very much! :meow:
bulgariansumo Featured By Owner 2 days ago
Thanks for the watch as well! I really appreciate it, and hope Galactiquest continues to catch your attention.
Also I see that you like stuff from the 60's-80's! My other comic, Hinimato is set in the 80's, if you'd like to check that out. :)
MarylandLovely Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
:iconbigfav1plz::iconbigfav2plz::iconbigfav3plz::iconfav3dplz: Science Fiction OC by MarylandLovely
MoodyBeatleGirl Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2015  Student Digital Artist
you're very welcome :3
FacepalmPunch Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2015
Out of curiosity, ever play any of the "Red Alert" games?
MoodyBeatleGirl Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Nope. What are they about?
FacepalmPunch Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2015
Well, the basic premise is sort of an "Alternate World War II"/What if the Cold War went hot? deal.

The first game starts out in the aftermath of "regular" World War II, when Albert Einstein discovers a rift in the fabric of space-time.  Eventually, he learns how to manipulate it, and goes back in time to 1924, and eliminates Hitler before he can rise to power.  Unfortunately, in erasing Hitler, Einstein unwittingly creates an even MORE ruthless dictator in Joseph Stalin.  He hadn't stopped World War II at all, merely changed the sides, and pushed back the date, to the Late 40's/Early 50's.  With the full might of the Soviet Union behind him, Stalin was free to launch an even worse version of World War II than the one in our timeline, after seeing himself rule all of Europe in a dream.  Compared to the later games in the series, Red Alert 1 is very downplayed and serious, including having one of the most accurate depictions of Stalin - in terms of actions and mannerisms - in almost any fictional medium.

Red Alert 2 takes place in the '70's, and is where things begin to get... silly.  After the Soviet Union was defeated by the Allies, Alexander Romanov - a distant relation of the royal family - was put in as Premier.  Turns out, this was a mistake, and Romanov was a die-hard Bolshevik, and, in the '70's, starts World War III when he invades the U.S., and the Allies and Soviets duke it out again.  Remember how I said that this is where the series begins to get silly?  Well, this is a game that features - among other things - busty, gun-toting action girls, spies who all wear tuxedos and have Scottish accents, dolphins with back-mounted sonic cannons, jet-pack troopers, laser tanks, weather control machines, mind-controlled giant squid, psychic commandos, Tesla troopers, Tesla tanks, Soviet bomber blimps, Soviet leaders who ham it up like there's no tomorrow, secret bases on the moon and in Antarctica, and a psychic madman hellbent on world domination, who plays the Allies and Soviets like a fiddle.  Basically, it's a Connery-era James Bond film in video game format.

If Red Alert 2 was somewhat silly, then Red Alert 3 was ABSOLUTELY NUTS.  The plot of this game starts in the '80's, where the Soviet Union is on the verge of collapse.  In a desperate attempt to prevent said collapse, two Soviet generals discover a time machine of their own, built in secret, and go back to 1927 to eliminate Einstein before he could provide his aid to the Allies.  It seemingly works at first - the Allies are on the run, being mostly reduced to the U.S. and U.K., with the Soviet Union in control of almost all of Europe.  However, there was also the unintended side-effect (of course), of allowing a new power to arise - the Empire of the Rising Sun (Japan).  And what does THIS game feature?  Well... in addition to many of the things Red Alert 2 had, it's got freeze-ray helicopters, shrink-ray helicopters, armored war-bears who launch themselves from cannons, giant robots, even more Soviet Super-Science, magical girls, laser-katana-wielding Samurai, a laser cannon hidden in Mt. Rushmore, and a cast to remember.  With J.K. Simmons as the President of the U.S., David Hasselhoff playing the Vice-President, Ric Flair as a tank commander, Jonathan Pryce as the head of the British Armed Forces, Tim Curry as the Premier of the Soviet Union, and George Takei as the Emperor of Japan.  Of course, in RA3, neither the Soviets nor Imperial Japanese are ANYWHERE near as nasty as they were IRL, and are just over-the-top, comedic villains.  And in case you're wondering if this might be offensive, don't worry, America and England are just as goofy.
Extremeveera Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you for the faves!! Have a llama! :)
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