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Head and Heart by HapticMimesis Head and Heart by HapticMimesis
The classic odd couple, the yin and yang of the Star Ship Enterprise: Spock and Bones. The Captain's head and heart.

I've been rewatching Star Trek: TOS episodes over my spring break, and realized, once again, just HOW MUCH I love the show. And these guys, in particular. Actually, they are my favorite pair of friends, in the whole series. I always found the Kirk/Spock dynamic a little boring, because, well, it was obvious! And obvious is boring. I much prefer to watch Spock and McCoy, bickering and bantering, forge the friendship that will last the rest of their lives (and death, and re-life, in Spock's case). I really could go on forever about it. :heart:

Pen and ink. I tried to stylize their faces (something I'm not great at, so here's practice!) without losing their essences... I really need to work on that. :) Colored in Photoshop.

Spock and McCoy belong to G. Rodenberry. :)
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TakingLiberty Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2014
My two faves since I was a child. 
Fantastic drawing of them! 
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Therese-B Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Love this so much! Heart You completely captures their essences in their stances and facial expressions - beautiful!
(not to mention how well you captured Spock's perfectly sexy physique!)I think I've fainted. 
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Tweede-Kans Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2012
Oh! So awesome! I've been rewatching TOS recently myself, and had forgotten how much fun Bones and Spock are. I really like the simplicity of this--the coloring especially--and think you did a wonderful job with their faces. :)
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OX-CAB Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
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HapticMimesis Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2011  Student Digital Artist
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OX-CAB Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
^_^
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KyleWDrummer Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2011
Thank you... I just finished TOS, I watched it in a two-day marathon. They're amazing...and this picture captures so much of it, and thankfully sans-Kirk.

...K
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HapticMimesis Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Woah. You watched it all in two days? What a feat!! O.O I am awed by your persistence!
I'm so glad you like it! I'm glad that, after a full viewing, you feel as I do. In fact, I think that their relationship can only be understood in context of the entire series, you know? Otherwise, the audience is left wondering, like Maximus in "Bread and Circuses", whether they are friends or enemies. But when seen as a whole, I think their true friendship and love are too brilliant to ignore. :heart:
I love Kirk, in his own way. I think he is a better person because of his friendship with Spock and Bones, but I think he knows that. It's why he keeps them all together. Really, they need him just as much, since he's their catalyst. I just like when, occasionally, Kirk is not the center of attention. :)
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BrigitTheShining Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2011
I'm an Italian who pretends to know English, so I hope you'll excuse my terrible errors: but your work is so touching, in his polite, bare lines, and your opinion fit mine so wonderfully that I have to say something, to demonstrate my joy and my pleasure in front of such a tribute to two of my favourite characters. Their complex, sensitive tangle of echoes and scars and bonds is a deeply fascinating theme, and the authentic root of a difficult, sometimes unbearable comprehension. The kind of comprehension which is forged between true friends.
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HapticMimesis Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Grazie! :hug: Your English is wonderful, do not worry. I regret that I cannot reply in Italian - I don't know enough to trust the translation! :P But I thank you for your comment, because you beautifully captured in words what I was trying to echo with my picture. I am also glad to know how far the love for these two characters spreads. Across the world, you love them, just as I do. How beautiful! I will treasure your words, always. :heart:
Vivere a lungo e prosperare.
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JudiHyuga Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This is great! Id love to see your interpretation of the other 5 members of TOS!
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HapticMimesis Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2011  Student Digital Artist
(laughs) Me too. I've been watching the series, and my fondness for the whole ensemble just increased exponentially. The problem is finding the time/inspiration!
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JudiHyuga Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Well...first of all...I google em a lot to study anatomy, Or go on Trekcore. Im OBSESSED with Koenig he has hairy arms and chest wish HE was shirtless in the series:icondroolplz:. & Nichelle shouldve been a catwoman XD ...im gettin carried away... Heres some sites to study/muse you mystartrekscrapbook.com
tos.trekcore.com
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HapticMimesis Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Hahaha, thanks. I love trekcore.com, I get tons of high-definition screen caps from there. :) Nichelle is one of my role models. I think she's one of the most beautiful women who ever existed. And so intelligent, and well-spoken! It's a nice change from many of the women I see in television and movies. :T
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JudiHyuga Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
IKR & Shes aged so vvell!!
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stuxx Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2011
More from them please, your Star trek pictures are awesome.
My favourites, sometimes i can't decide which one of them i love the most :)
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HapticMimesis Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2011  Student Digital Artist
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Aw, thank you so much! I would love to make more Star Trek (and Harry Potter, and other) fan art - I simply need the time and energy! D:

Dr. McCoy has always been my personal favorite, with Spock pulling in a close second. Their interplay makes the series really enjoyable for me. And I always thought that McCoy was the key to the others, you know? In the series, we so rarely got to see Kirk's vulnerability, and the multi-layered working of his mind. But when McCoy would come talk to him, have a heart to heart over some Saurian brandy or a Finagle's Folly, I really got to know the captain's struggles. And McCoy gave us some of the most important insight into Spock's heart. After all, no one else aboard so relentlessly pried into the Vulcan, or tried so hard to understand him. Not even Kirk, who just accepted Spock without trying to understand him. If anything, I'd love to illustrate what I think of the complex relationship between the doctor and first officer, because they are just fascinating. ;)
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stuxx Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2011
Thank you for your answer, i agree. Their relationship added much more spirit and also deepness to the show. First time i started to see them i focused on Spock only because he was very unique and dramatic character. But without McCoy just he and the captain would remain only action heroes. The doctor really able to touch them inside even if he do it not always in the kindest manner. But despite his exagerated angriness he is very realistic character. You can always understand his motivations, even when he behave rude or harsh. That's why Tholian Web is my favourite Bones-Spock episode. They are fighting bitterly all the tmie but at the end they are just cute.
Sorry for i blabled so long in my cheap english. Your arts really inspiring. ;)
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HapticMimesis Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Don't apologize! I love reading/talking about this sort of thing. And your English is wonderful. I wouldn't have known it was not your first language if you hadn't said anything (Although, I suppose that should have given me a clue - most native English speakers don't speak half so well!). :hug:

Here's a quote I found while reading old interviews with the Star Trek creators:

D.C. Fontana (who wrote "Tomorrow is Yesterday", "Friday's Child", "Journey to Babel", "This Side of Paradise", "The Enterprise Incident", and "Encounter at Farpoint"-TNG) once said,

"More and more as we worked with those characters, we realized we need McCoy. We need McCoy more to balance the group. And also it was a matter of bringing a human level to the problems, with Spock being the outsider and Kirk being the man of action at all times, and of course the leader. The more we worked with them, the more we saw the relationship between all THREE as vital to the stories. And it also became a thing, where, as we went along we found the relationships and the one that was a lot of fun was between McCoy and Spock, when they would - taunts, and little insults, that were fun. And they added to the character, and they sparked the scripts. They gave spice to the scripts. So we developed that. As long as it worked, we said 'Let's use that!'"

I thought that was perfect. :heart:
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KoopaKrazy85 Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
really awesome!! yeah I love these guys' character chemistry too :D and what a fantastic title, like, seriously!
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HapticMimesis Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2011  Student Digital Artist
:aww: Thank you so much! :hug:
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KoopaKrazy85 Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
you're very welcome! :D
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syvyan Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2011
i laugh.... "obvious" that is rather true.
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HapticMimesis Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2011  Student Digital Artist
The backrub scene! I mean, come on!! D: We get it, already!
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VenusKaio Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2011
>And obvious is boring.

YEAH! Damn right!
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HapticMimesis Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Hahaha, yeah! Glad you agree! ;P
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Prue84 Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2011
Very well done! Bones is especially similar to Kelley!
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HapticMimesis Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Thank you! Yes, I fell in love with Dr. McCoy, as played by Mr. Kelley, at a very young age. So, even though I love Mr. Urban, and greatly admire and appreciate his performance in the new film, DeForest will always be my "Bones". :)
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themalgal3693 Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2011
NO FEET?!?!?!? OMG!!! haha jk but this is really good!
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HapticMimesis Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Good God, man! I'm an artist, not a podiatrist! XD lol, thank you!
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themalgal3693 Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2011
You're.....so very welcome.
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yamihoole Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Yer so right about Spock and Bones! Jim and Spock is totally obvious, which is fine, but Spock and Bones is so much more interesting :)

Very cool. I really like how you did this. Very good likenesses :)
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HapticMimesis Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Thank you! :D

What's your favorite Spock/Bones moment? I think maybe mine is in "The Empath", when McCoy knocks out the others to save their lives. The following scenes are very poignant. :happycry:

Also, I think humor holds the key to my heart, and Spock and Bones' constant battle of wits gave me the most laughs and fondest memories from the show. :) However, I am glad that Spock, Bones, and Kirk were all best friends. Rodenberry created them all as equal parts of one person, and it truly annoys me when someone tries to block one of the characters out of the picture (McCoy, most often).
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yamihoole Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thats a tough one! I'm not sure if I can single out one moment, so I'll name a few that I like:
Bread & Circuses- Bones psychoanalysing Spock in the jail cell
Empath- I agree with you on this one :) One of the best Bones episodes anyway, but very touching with Spock & Bones especially
For the World is Hollow- When Spock finds out Bones is terminal and holds on to his shoulder a little too long ;)
All Our Yesterdays- Spock wont leave Bones out in the snow! And he's totally worried about him (before he starts losing himself anyway)

I've noticed that when either Spock or Bones is dying the other will get all worried and be all "I like you!! Dont you dare die on me!" Then once the other gets better its back to "Yer a dumb emotional human" & "Yer a cold emotionless computer!"

I love most all Spock/Bones scenes too! Put those 2 together in a scene and yer guaranteed a good time. And that was where most of the humor came from for me too. I hate it when Bones gets the short end of the stick too. Or when people make Spock & Bones hate each other...
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HapticMimesis Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Your reply was so good, I had to go rewatch the episodes you mentioned! :dummy:

Also on my list of favorite moments is the tense argument between them (so full of subtext!!) before Spock boards the shuttle in "The Immunity Syndrome". And McCoy's subsequent refusal to believe he is dead and leave him behind.

Also, an interesting moment in "A Private Little War". When Spock is shot in the back, and near death, he slips into a Vulcan healing coma, and they can do nothing but wait. M'Benga is the surgeon on duty, and McCoy assures Kirk that Spock couldn't be in better hands (implying that Kirk is free to go and tend to his captain's duty). However, when Kirk orders McCoy back to the planet with him, McCoy objects, "I can't leave Spock at a time like this!" Kirk's reply, "You just implied you COULD, Doctor!" is correct. McCoy is not Spock's attending physician, and there is nothing more the medical staff can do for Spock, so why would he need to stay? Also, Kirk, trying to convince McCoy to come with him, shouts "I'm as worried about Spock as you are!" Implying, interestingly enough, that McCoy may think he has more reason to worry, more need to be physically present with the Vulcan.

What's that about, I ask you??? ;P
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yamihoole Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hey yeah! I forgot about those two! Yeah the Immunity Syndrome had some great moments! Like when Spock leaves the ship and Bones says good luck afterward. And who can forget "SHUT UP SPOCK! WE'RE RESCUING YOU!" :)

I totally forgot about the Private Little War one! But yer so right! What IS going on there??

I've also noticed that Bones seems to consider himself the only one allowed to pick on Spock. Not so much early on, but as the show went on, Bones seemed to get defensive sometimes when other people picked on Spock. Possibly because Bones understood him more and more. Maybe not, but thats what I see sometimes :D

Speaking of which, I totally consider Search for Spock to be a Spock/Bones movie. The scene near the end where Bones is talking to an unconscious Spock and goes "I've missed you. I dont think I could stand to lose you again" totally get to me :) Not to mention the whole Spock trusting Bones with his katra thing :D
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HapticMimesis Featured By Owner May 8, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Haha, well. This is late. Like, really really late. But if you're still interested, I just finished exams and was watching more TOS episodes and a ran across a couple of instances that I totally did not remember from watching them as a kid!

1) In "Conscience of the King", Spock and McCoy are discussing (what else?) their captain's odd behavior. McCoy is drinking, and invites Spock to relax and join him multiple times. Also, to explain Kirk's sudden order to transport the acting troupe, McCoy mentions that the daughter of the star player is very attractive, hadn't Spock noticed? Then he reconsiders and says, and I quote, "Of course, your personal chemistry would prevent you from seeing that." The whole conversation is hilarious.

2) In "Spector of the Gun" McCoy seems tense from the beginning. Chekov dies, and when Spock tells the captain that he "knows the feeling" he's experiencing over Pavel's death, McCoy jumps in and says some of the most hurtful words he ever says to Spock, fueled by his grief and anger. But Spock responds gently, and in their next scene together, complements the doctor out of the blue. McCoy's guilt and regret is evident on his face. But they seem to have reconciled a bit, and make physical contact for what must be the first (and second time) in the episode, passing a homemade gas grenade back and forth. Then, at the end, Kirk orders Spock to mind meld with each of them to convince them of the unreality of the bullets. Spock's meld with McCoy is infinitely tender, his voice dropping to a whisper, and closing his eyes at the end. He's standing not even a foot away from McCoy, I swear. (Personal Space is illogical, doctor.) The meld is even better than the one he gives to Kirk! (Kirk turns away half way through to stare dramatically into the distance.)

3) I used to feel sad that Bones got left out of a lot of the "action" in "A Piece of the Action". But I watched it again (because, let's face it: fizzbin is glorious) and did you know that almost every time you see Spock and McCoy on screen they're not only side by side, they're pretty nearly squashed together! And McCoy is so gentle with Spock! He's constantly looking at him, angles his body towards him - I don't even think he once insults him this episode. Even his teasing is mild, as when Spock tries to contact the Enterprise through the radio transceiver and picks up a ball game by mistake!

4) The Galileo Seven. Just. Wonderful. McCoy, stuck in a wrecked shuttle on a hostile planet with a cold, logical vulcan and five other crewmen (who are FREAKING OUT). It's awesome. We get the tension, but at the end McCoy defends Spock from the anger of the other crewmen, AND rescues Spock, who is stuck under a boulder, despite Spock ordering him to leave him and get to safety. He complements Spock on his ingenuity, as well, when Spock lights their fuel on fire as an emergency flare. It's such a good episode!
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yamihoole Featured By Owner May 8, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Of course I'm interested. I'm always interested about Spock and Bones :) I gotta say though, some of the things you pointed out in these episodes I either never noticed or caught on to. Partly cuz a couple of them arent ones I watch very often. I will say I've noticed a few instances like in Conscience of the King, where one thing Bones and Spock have in common is a mutual worry over the Captain whenever he's acting weird. Elaan of Troyius comes to mind when Spock & Bones interrupt Kirk during a makeout session and neither one of them lifts so much as an eyebrow in response. Totally not surprised by this at all. Then when they find out he touched her tears, Bones turns to Spock and goes, "well, we're in trouble" Another was obsession when Spock & Bones tag-team and confront Kirk about his odd behavior, nearly threatening to get him to turn over command. (Have I mentioned those before? I dont remember) I was like, "Hey look at you two, workin together!"

I love it when Spock mind melds with Bones in Spectre of the Gun too! There's definitely something gentle about it, now that you mention it. Like Spock knows Bones hates it so he's trying to be as gentle as possible with it. This reminds me of the novelization of Star Trek III when Sarek and Jim find out Bones has Spock's katra and it kinda went like this:
Sarek- Had he ever melded with Spock before?
Jim- a few times. In emergencies.
Sarek- How did he respond to it?
Jim- He didnt like it

Turns out, Sarek says Bones is allergic to Spock! Or at least his mind melds. In response to this Jim laughs and Sarek wonders whats so funny.

I think Bones got a little left out in a Piece of the Action too. Especially at that look Spock gives him when Jim comes up with his 'masquerading as gangsters' plan. His look just says "Well one of us will have to stay here. Looks like its you Doctor"

I actually dont watch Galileo 7 often for the reason that almost everybody (except Scotty) starts bitching at Spock for one reason or other. Although Bones does defend him in spots. One reason why I'll always have a soft spot for Scotty. I dont think he's ever gotten on Spock's case about anything. Not even Jim can say that. Sure's he's gotten worried and doesnt always agree, but he does bitch about it. Like Gamesters of Triskelion, some epic moments with Spock, Bones and Scotty on the bridge there.
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HapticMimesis Featured By Owner May 11, 2011  Student Digital Artist
They totally expect Kirk to jump at every attractive female. ^_^ That's actually another problem I have with Kirk/Spock. No one was standing behind Kirk, twisting his arm and forcing him to flirt with, kiss, and fall for every other pretty girl. He genuinely falls in love with several of them during the five-year mission! (Think Edith Keeler. I mean, Spock was RIGHT THERE. What.) It's one of the many reasons I don't see them as more than really, really good friends. The other being that, no matter who Kirk was "in love with" at the time, his true love was freedom, embodied by the Enterprise. It wasn't loyalty to the fleet, or even the Federation, that kept him in the stars. It was the exhilaration of being unbound. That's why he knew he would die alone. It's very moving actually.

Also, taking the movies into account is important and very telling as far as the relationships between Kirk, Spock, and McCoy.

In Generations, Kirk gets sucked into the Nexus. Note: neither McCoy nor Spock were on the Enterprise B with Kirk, though both were still alive and in Star Fleet. The Nexus provides those trapped within it everything they most want. Picard, when caught in the Nexus, receives the family he's always wanted, complete with his nephew, alive and well. It's a tear-jerking scene, which the audience accepts as very telling about Picard's deepest dreams. Kirk gets a dog. And a lady that we never actually see, but whom he apparently fell in love with.

When we last see McCoy, on the other hand, one of the first things he chooses to bitch about is, what? Vulcans. That's right. They're foremost on his mind. :)

Also, if you have the opportunity, go rewatch STIV:The Voyage Home. Almost every time you see Spock and McCoy, they're together. They board the ship together. McCoy sits next to Spock the entire voyage (except when he's perching on the console behind or in front of him). When Spock leaves the bridge to test his theory about the probe's signal, both Kirk and McCoy start after him - but Kirk tells McCoy to stay behind (WHY?). McCoy refuses, stating that "somebody's got to keep an eye on him!" They proceed to stand very near each other, until Kirk cuts between them (at which point they make room, but move back together when Kirk steps away.) When Spock hides his ears with a strip of his robe, he looks to McCoy for approval. Spock is concerned when Kirk sells his glasses, a gift from Bones. Spock chooses not to go to dinner with Kirk and Gillian, even though he was invited, and instead goes back to the ship where McCoy and Scotty are preparing the bay for whales. McCoy's encouragement gets Spock to guess at the time warp calculations, and then has to explain the captain's reaction to Spock. I could go on. They're basically stuck like glue to each other for most of this movie. It's pretty adorable. Plus, McCoy is looking very fragile. Kirk seems absolutely unsympathetic to or unaware of his old friend's condition (McCoy's life was in danger just last movie, did you forget, Kirk??) so if McCoy and Spock were finding strength in each other's company, I'm all for it.
In addition, Leonard Nimoy directed They Voyage Home. I think the fact that there's more subtle McCoy/Spock interaction in this movie than in most of the others really says something. Spock wanted McCoy around, guys. :dummy:

And you're totally right about Scotty. He's just generally awesome. No one dislikes Scotty! It's impossible! :heart:
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mdbruffy Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2011
You did a very good job on this. Yes, they're the kind of friends that will fuss and argue with each other, but threaten one and the other's going to come running.
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HapticMimesis Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Just so! :dummy: As in, "Bread and Circuses", when they won't stop bickering even long enough to fight the gladiators! Hahaha! :heart:
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startraveller776 Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Love this!! Really well done. You've captured them both perfectly!
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HapticMimesis Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Thank you so much! :dummy:
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joeyv7 Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2011
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HapticMimesis Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2011  Student Digital Artist
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AngelicalDesign Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2011  Professional General Artist
Ah Spock and McCoy, how refreshing! I really like how Bones came out, I think you did a good job on his mannerisms and face. Star Trek was my summer last year!
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HapticMimesis Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2011  Student Digital Artist
:) Thanks!
Sounds like a super awesome summer! :nod: Star Trek never fails to bring me great joy. :heart:
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AngelicalDesign Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2011  Professional General Artist
You're welcome.

Yeah it puts a smile on my face to see those 3 gallivanting about the universe.
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DaFrEaKy Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2011
cool
its good to see tat you`re still alive and uploading drawings here ^^
i on the other hand, im kind of blocked (school is kind of depresing/sstresing at the same time)
nice drawing, but i cant say anything aside from that, because im no star trek fan (maybe because i never watched it)
dunno why but im not that into sci-fy.

again i say its good to see something from you
take care and good luck.
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HapticMimesis Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Yup, yup!
Sortofstillalive. Maybe.
I sympathize. School bites. :( Hang in there!
I grew up on Star Trek, particularly the old, funky series made in the 1960's. It's probably the only reason I like it. That and the new movie features Karl Urban, who's dreamy. ;P
Take care!
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