In article below, RA says he does not have a "nice-guy face"..really? hmmm
New interview provided courtesy of http://www.richardarmitagenet.com/
O.K. The new look is not really all that far from...
Palace shakeup..this king is more to my liking ;) oooh, my two fav Brit actors together at last..
Do you enjoy a murder mystery? PBS will air 'Zen' located in Rome. You can watch online..
Sue suspect the suit above might be Heinz Kruger's with updated tailoring...let's take a look..
New Strike Back 2 article...
Here's a wonderful anatomy lesson focusing on male shoulders - RA's in particular - by artist Zelda Thornton. See below my comment to her fascinating post...then notice(as if you wouldn't;) a fantastic example
of male shoulder structure demonstrated by RA's gym instructor character Lee in Coldfeet
Jul 23, 2011Hi Zelda,
Just read your fascinating anatomy lesson. I love shoulders as well, male in particular:) Believe my personal life experience proves that fact. You see after dating my hubby for a few months many years ago, found myself talking to myself at the end of one evening as we said good night to each other. My personal conversation went something like this…”hmmm, he’s such a nice person..so thoughtful, kind and interesting AND look at those broad shoulders *thud*…believe I’m definitely in love.”
That was it, the dear man’s broad shoulders, the frosting on his lovable personality cake, had sealed the deal and we were married one year later. After two children and many ups and downs since then, I’m happy to report that my appreciation of that other lovely man with masculine shoulders – Richard Armitage – has had a very positive effect on our long-time marriage. In fact, hubby has watched and enjoyed all RA’s roles with me starting with Guy in Robin Hood II right up to this coming Thursday, when we’ll see Captain America together.
Your drawings are beautiful and the above details about human anatomy certainly demonstrates how thorough you are as an artist.
p.s. hope you don’t mind if I post a link to your wonderful anatomy lesson at my blog.
Comic-Con 2011: 'Game of Thrones'
Panel discussion included following remarks July 21, 2011
Thursday's Game of Thrones panel in Ballroom 20 felt more like a comedy than the fantasy period drama that it is as the cast, executive producers and author George R.R. Martin toyed with their favorite moments from Season 1 to how they envision the series ultimately ending.
Excerpts from THR's COVERAGE: Comic-Con 2011
-- Executive producer David Benioff noted that he was initially intimidated by length of the novels when the first four books showed up on his doorstep. "I thought, 'Wow, I don't know how I'll get into these.' But when Bran gets pushed out the window, I was hooked. It's like crack on paper."
-- Nikolaj Coster-Waldau was a good sport when Martin, who moderated the session, asked if he was prepared for his nose to become a source of Internet discussion. The actor, who plays Jamie Lannister, shared a story where a lighting designer he worked with on a film approached him, drunk, and said, " 'When I saw that nose I thought, shit, I'm in trouble.' "
-- When a fan asked the panelists how they envisioned the series ending, almost everyone threw their two cents out, but it was a stoic Peter Dinklage, who had the best response: "Dance number," he deadpanned. Not to be outmatched, Martin joked that the new book "is called A Dance With Dragons."
-- The session's loudest screams came for Kit Harington, who plays Ned Stark's (Sean Bean) bastard son Jon Snow, when he suggested the series end with Snow on the throne. "I want Jon Snow to be on the throne, definitely," he said. "That's the brilliant thing about the series – who knows who's going to be dead or alive."
-- Emmy talk: Martin acknowledged Dinklage's supporting actor in a drama series nomination as he introduced the actor and later noted that "Sean Bean was robbed; he should be up for best actor."
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Past Post - April 2011...
Seems to be a consensus we really like white open collared shirts...