A selection of Backgrounds from the Steven Universe episode: Steven and the Stevens
Art Direction: Elle Michalka
Design: Steven Sugar, Emily Walus, Jake Wyatt
Paint: Amanda Winterstein, Jasmin Lai
i think i just realized that steven’s are the only clothes in his household that aren’t magic and get dirty and need to be washed so the gems got him a human washing machine for his human clothes so he can go up on the arm of this divine and ancient monument and sit in her palm and wash his clothes
this is so silly and cute and sad and perfect i love this show
The producers of ‘Teen Wolf’ wanted me to come in and have the prop master show me how to use the bow and arrow, but there’s nothing worse than when I’m watching something and can tell the actor has no idea what he’s doing — so I said I actually wanted to learn [how to use it]. They set up archery lessons for me and I learned everything I could about the proper way to shoot and different techniques. I love being physical with my job, so it was nice for me.
- Dated: unknown, but made in the 15th century style
The weapon has a double-edged blade of triangular shape, with ribbed section at the tip, and a double fuller in the central part, plus a triple fuller on the forte. The latter is engraved and completely gilded, picturing ordinary life scenes in two cities, one of Classical Time, the other with various spires.
Above the ornamentation there is a floral-patterned frame and decorations with racemes. The iron hilt has some gilding remains. The hilt is of square section with quillons curved towards the blade, flat pommel festooned on the borders, ivory grips with rosettes and gilded and engraved rivets.