Random Awesome: Street Clothes X-Men.

Rogue in Street Clothes by Andy MacDonald

Taking a quick break from the marathon of squee that is Avengers Weekend to talk about some truly fantastic X-Menfan art that I stumbled upon earlier this week (thanks Tumblr!). One of the things that I love about fan art is when it re-imagines characters I love, but manages to still keep them recognizable. Fan art is a great expression of affection for a character as well as something I admire given that I actually have negative artistic talent.

This particular project by Andy MacDonald is no exception. MacDonald has been posting for the past few weeks a series of particular X-Men in street clothes. They’re recognizable for having a believability that you can see these characters walking around in, each with their particular color palette as well as using clothes to display elements of their personality.

Plus it’s a lot of fun. And who doesn’t enjoy a little fun?

There aren’t that many so far, but from the looks of it there will (hopefully) be more in the future. I seriously recommend taking the time to check out the full set at MacDonald’s site: Whiskey Mech. Happy weekend everyone!

About Lina

A university graduate with three too many degrees and an urge to just keep moving. Not too keen to stay on the beaten path, moving is all that she feels like doing. Pieced together from a little bit of everywhere (culturally speaking) she has a love of pop culture and learning that is kind of out of control. Sometimes she acts a little bit like an insane old British lady or an eight year old on speed. Let's not get her started on the books (or soap operas or her affection for making up drinking games). Then we'd be here all day.
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