The art of sqbr
Stacker Pentecost in the Gendo pose by sqbr

Stacker in the typical interlaced fingers Gendo pose, based on a screenshot of Gendo Ikari from Neon Genesis Evangelion.

From my crack fusion Neon Genesis Jaeger: If Pacific Rim really was like Evangelion.

Stacker Pentecost in the Gendo pose by sqbr

Stacker in the typical interlaced fingers Gendo pose, based on a screenshot of Gendo Ikari from Neon Genesis Evangelion.

From my crack fusion Neon Genesis Jaeger: If Pacific Rim really was like Evangelion.

Tub of Raleighs by sqbr

Misato as a female version of Newt with leg tattoos pointing a gun at Ritsuko as a female version of Hermann, both stare at a tub full of naked Raleighs. Traced from a screenshot from Neon Genesis Evangelion.

From my crack fusion Neon Genesis Jaeger: If Pacific Rim really was like Evangelion.

Tub of Raleighs by sqbr

Misato as a female version of Newt with leg tattoos pointing a gun at Ritsuko as a female version of Hermann, both stare at a tub full of naked Raleighs. Traced from a screenshot from Neon Genesis Evangelion.

From my crack fusion Neon Genesis Jaeger: If Pacific Rim really was like Evangelion.

The True Face of Jae-01 by sqbr

A beat up Gipsy Danger, her bandaged face revealed to be humanoid. Traced from a screenshot from Neon Genesis Evangelion.

From my crack fusion Neon Genesis Jaeger: If Pacific Rim really was like Evangelion.

The True Face of Jae-01 by sqbr

A beat up Gipsy Danger, her bandaged face revealed to be humanoid. Traced from a screenshot from Neon Genesis Evangelion.

From my crack fusion Neon Genesis Jaeger: If Pacific Rim really was like Evangelion.

Mako Mori, protagonist of Neon Genesis Jaeger by sqbr

Mako Mori drawn to look a bit like Shinji Ikari, traced from screenshots from Neon Genesis Evangelion.

From my crack fusion Neon Genesis Jaeger: If Pacific Rim really was like Evangelion.

Mako Mori, protagonist of Neon Genesis Jaeger by sqbr

Mako Mori drawn to look a bit like Shinji Ikari, traced from screenshots from Neon Genesis Evangelion.

From my crack fusion Neon Genesis Jaeger: If Pacific Rim really was like Evangelion.

Fandom: Pacific Rim (2013), Neon Genesis Evangelion
Rating: General Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Additional Tags: Alternate Universe - Fusion, Fanart, Crack
Summary:

(this would also make a good title for a fusion with SNK, but I’ll leave that to someone else)

When Pacific Rim came out I heard a lot of people say “It’s a straight forward giant robot action movie, like Evangelion”, which made me wonder if any of these people had watched Evangelion all the way to the end. So I thought it would be fun to imagine what Pacific Rim would have been like if it was actually similar to Evangelion :)

Audio Kinetic Sculpture/”The Ball Machine”, George Rhoads 1989

Commissioned by and displayed in the Rockingham Shopping Centre.

For the assignment “Choose a work of art—any work of art that sufficiently attracts you, for whatever reason. Spend one hour with the work, recording your thoughts and perceptions. Focus on the work of art, but be alive to your awareness of ambient light, noise and activity in the exhibition space.”

Here is a video about the sculpture, and here’s the artist’s website.

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A little fake natural history museum inside a shoebox, with drawn on displays and hallway in the background, a wooden T rex with drawn on bones and a little cardboard version of myself. For the assignment “World-in-a-Box: Using any means, materials and style you like, create a collection of objects and design a means of displaying them”

A little fake natural history museum inside a shoebox, with drawn on displays and hallway in the background, a wooden T rex with drawn on bones and a little cardboard version of myself. For the assignment “World-in-a-Box: Using any means, materials and style you like, create a collection of objects and design a means of displaying them”

Three paragraphs about a short moment, three sentences about a long period

Another “sketchbook” assignment.

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An Exercise in Waiting by sqbr
Three versions of the same drawing of a woman resting on her hand with a bored expression: different coloured layers showing the progression of the drawing from stick figure to finished linework, the woman backlit by a gradient of the shifting colours of the sky from sunrise to noon, and the woman looking older and covered in spiderwebs.

Drawn for my Coursera course “Live:Art History”:

    Using any media you like, make a work or manipulate an image in such a way as to exhibit the process of making or unmaking as a quality of time or duration — from slow to fast, as a sequence of one thing after another, using repetition, or abrupt transitions or gaps and blanks, giving the effect of a single glance or a long slow stare or ? 
    Using the same image, repeat the above two more times but differently each time.

An Exercise in Waiting by sqbr
Three versions of the same drawing of a woman resting on her hand with a bored expression: different coloured layers showing the progression of the drawing from stick figure to finished linework, the woman backlit by a gradient of the shifting colours of the sky from sunrise to noon, and the woman looking older and covered in spiderwebs.

Drawn for my Coursera course “Live:Art History”:

Using any media you like, make a work or manipulate an image in such a way as to exhibit the process of making or unmaking as a quality of time or duration — from slow to fast, as a sequence of one thing after another, using repetition, or abrupt transitions or gaps and blanks, giving the effect of a single glance or a long slow stare or ?
Using the same image, repeat the above two more times but differently each time.

Elements: Molybdenum Blues by sqbr
Fanart of the Elements series. Phosphorus plays the drums and Molybdenum sings “But when I’m with you baby, I get the Molybdenum blues” while playing a steel guitar.  For hebethen’s prompt “Molybdenum and Phosphorus constructing something”:  I looked up what compounds are made of Molybdenum and Phosporus, and all I could find was something called “Molybdenum Blue”.
Elements: Molybdenum Blues by sqbr

Fanart of the Elements series. Phosphorus plays the drums and Molybdenum sings “But when I’m with you baby, I get the Molybdenum blues” while playing a steel guitar.  For hebethen’s prompt “Molybdenum and Phosphorus constructing something”:  I looked up what compounds are made of Molybdenum and Phosporus, and all I could find was something called “Molybdenum Blue”.