Shanes Blog

Hiya :) My name is Shane and I am 23 years old. Some of my interests are Star Trek, Tokusatsu, Avatar, Doctor Who, Digimon, Pokemon, Battlestar Galatica and a lot of other stuff. I hope you enjoy my blog!


Star Trek: Voyager + text posts, part two
[ part one ]

Should I apologize now or later?


various Star Trek series + text posts (more like i didn’t have enough to do DS9 so there’s a few others sprinkled in)

shoutout to bisexualsteverogers for suggesting the tenth one

(via mi-holodeck-es-su-holodeck)

"…set a course…for home…"

a three day study, charcoal, both 8x8

(via thejanewaydirective)

At what point is the risk too great?

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GET TO KNOW ME: [1/5] FAVORITE SHOWS →  Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993-1999)

SISKO: That may be the most important thing to understand about humans. It is the unknown that defines our existence. We are constantly searching, not just for answers to our questions, but for new questions. We are explorers. We explore our lives day by day, and we explore the galaxy, trying to expand the boundaries of our knowledge. And that is why I am here; not to conquer you with weapons or ideas, but to coexist and learn.

(via petimetrek)

William Hartnell said from the very beginning “This [show] is gonna run forever and ever and ever” - Carole Ann Ford. 

(via doctorwho)

spaceparents + the motherfrakkin’ cabin

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Best space friends.

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The Admiral and the Captain

at least ten hours, 13x10, charcoal

Sooooo…I had this really fun idea that the admiral slowly dissolves from this timeline with everything she tells the captain, who is still anchored to her ship and timeline…I took a kleenex and smudged the admiral out, whereas I made the captain darker and more solid…good times.

No, I most certainly did not have way too many emotions about this. Why do you ask?

'In the mountains north of here there’s this little stream that comes down into this lake…The water is so clear it’s like looking through glass. I’m thinking of building a cabin.'

- What’s that for?

- For taking care of me. Even when you didn’t know who I was.


I started off knowing very little about his work, but as I grew older I discovered that the silly man I loved watching was capable of so much more, I laughed I cried and I was inspired.

Such an amazing man, I’m sad to see him go.

Goodbye old friend

Robin Williams 7/21/1951 - 8/11/2014

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