wayward-bagginses:

Well I tried. I want to make more of these now.

wayward-bagginses:

Well I tried. I want to make more of these now.

snoozlebee:

alright. there we go. tried some different stuff with limited coloring on the lineart, and putting ds9 in the background was a spur of the moment thing. 
the danger of completing this picture is now I want to draw MORE ds9/anime crossover fanart. HEAVEN HELP ME

snoozlebee:

alright. there we go. tried some different stuff with limited coloring on the lineart, and putting ds9 in the background was a spur of the moment thing. 

the danger of completing this picture is now I want to draw MORE ds9/anime crossover fanart. HEAVEN HELP ME

I’m so glad you’re the first person to know.

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truestoriesaboutme:

Odo is such an important Star Trek character because more than any other character I’ve seen, he illustrates what it’s like to grow up different from everyone else and how that difference shapes you. This scene fucking guts me when I watch it. I order to fit in, he was forced to participate in the othering of himself. His uniqueness is fine as long as it only comes out in ways that are palatable for society. The rest of the time, he was to look and act like everyone else, regardless of how unnatural it feels for him. And it just leaves him feeling bitter and alone.

snoozlebee:

more progress on this extremely silly crossover fanart. 

snoozlebee:

more progress on this extremely silly crossover fanart. 

lovepirate77:

Quote of the Day
Quark: You’re not exactly the most lovable person in the galaxy. You’re not even the most lovable person in this sector…

lovepirate77:

Quote of the Day

Quark: You’re not exactly the most lovable person in the galaxy. You’re not even the most lovable person in this sector…

Kira: People who love each other fight all the time!
Odo: Are you saying that you love me?
Kira: Don't change the subject...

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