led-lite said: Out of curiosity, who do you head-cast actor-wise as Laurence, Granby, anyone you have a strong picture of really?


This is so hard because I don’t really think about head-castings when I draw. But if I had to pick I’d def go with Jack Davenport for Laurence (Norrington from PotC), for Harcourt I would choose Evangeline Lilly (Kate from Lost), Granby is constantly changing but right now in my head he kind of looks like Seth Numrich (Ben Tallmadge from TURN), Emilly is Abigail Breslin (Little Rock from Zombieland), and the rest are too confusing right now. I have a strong image of Riley in my head, but I can’t find the actor for him to represent.

I think Richard Armitage would be perfect as Laurence. And he’s already used to working with Peter Jackson and CG dragons… :-D

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Love this!

Love this!

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Jed Brophy “teaching and learning”

Navigating Left-Handedness in a Right-Handed World: An Infographic for #LeftHandersDay


Left in a Right World
Source: SocialWorkDegreeCenter.com

Interesting stiff. I’m a fraternal twin, and am the only lefty in my family. Many of the challenges listed are my challenges.

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@BrophyJed “yes the light makes me look younger”
“yes the light makes me look younger”



Bilbo and the gang try to cross a cursed swamp (Desolation of Smaug) (Extended Edition released November 3)

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just me and Some mates Out for a ride Bro.” “Not from Traker Roy….somethin new …cant say what yet x” ~Jed Brophy, Facebook

What are you up to now, Jed?


Isn’t “embarrassed” the perfect word for its definition? It’s exactly how you would feel if you were actually caught bare “assed”.

Me, when a word and its definition match up perfectly. :-)
I admit it. I’m a geek!
There is some good in this world, and it’s worth fighting for.
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Funny…  ,-}

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Warner Bros’ New Franchise Play: Dragonriders of Pern Book Series

Harry Potter, The Hobbit and now … Dragonriders Of Pern? On an endless search to find big-scale fantasy books that lend themselves to global franchises, Warner Bros has optioned the Pern book series from the estate of American-Irish author Anne McCaffrey. There is a lot to work with here, with 22 volumes that make it one of the biggest selling sci-fi series ever. The first book was published in 1968, and the focus is on an elite group of warriors who take to the skies on the backs of giant, fire-breathing dragons with telepathic powers. They try to save the exotic planet of Pern from a terrifying airborne menace — a rain of deadly spores that comes with the orbit of the Red Star.

This would be lovely!

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The boys are back in town…and they don’t look happy…

*my screen cap from the TBOFTA teaser trailer*

It’s finally here! The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies Teaser Trailer

I can’t wait until December!

Sir Peter at SDCC 2014.  :-)