Feb. 19th, 2014

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My goal for this piece was to make an old and faded flash tattoo you might find tucked away in a long forgotten book. I've always wanted a Scully tattoo and this was my attempt at a simple, straightforward design.

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Hello Everyone!!!!

I wanted to make something that express the qualities we see in Scully.... so this is what I came up with. I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed the process of doing it


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wendelah1: (Dana Scully - vintage)
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Thematically speaking, the sixth season episode "Tithonus" picks up where "Clyde Bruckman's Final Repose" leaves off. As you may recall, when Scully asks Clyde Bruckman, the man who can foretell everyone's death, how she dies, he replies "You don't."

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Writer: Vince Gilligan
Director: Michael W. Watkins
Originally aired: January 24, 1999

Synopsis: The X-Files are still in Agent Spender's less-than-capable hands. Agent Scully gets a reprieve from Mulder and routine background checks to go to New York and work with Agent Peyton Ritter because Alvin Kersh still thinks her career can be salvaged. Ritter is investigating Alfred Fellig for murder because the photographer shows up at the crime scenes even before the police get there. You have to admit that does seem suspicious.

Most Memorable Quote:
SCULLY: You know, most people want to live forever.
FELLIG: Most people are idiots. Which is one of the reasons I don't.
SCULLY: I think you're wrong. How can you have too much life? There's too much to learn, to experience.
FELLIG: 75 years... is enough. Take my word for it. You live forever, sooner or later you start to think about the big thing you're missing and that everybody else gets to find out about but you.

Links:
Review by Paula Graves
Review by Autumn Tysko
The A.V. Club review by Zack Handlen

Fanfiction: All excellent, all extremely disturbing. YES. THIS IS A WARNING. In order of appearance, these are all vividly conceived stories about immortality and its cost.
Fata Morgana by [livejournal.com profile] juliefortune
How a Resurrection Really Feels by [livejournal.com profile] idella
Fathoms Five by [livejournal.com profile] penumbra23

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