I - THE MAGICIAN: TAMIKA FLYNN
“Revelation. Positive transformation. Progress. Understanding that which is already known. Appreciating that which is already available. Clever. Focused. Diplomatic. Interesting. Note the symbol of infinity representing the heights of achievement possible. The Magician is the facilitator of the Tarot deck. Enabling the subject to utilize their talents and abilities to better advantage. A salesman who sells you on yourself. ”
In the world of Tarot the Magician is the mover and the shaker, the one who starts the wheels of change, the leader. After the events of the Strex Arc I felt that Tamika was easily the best choice for the card. She is the face of the revolution, the person who begins the pushback against Strex and inspires those around her to take up arms as well. I feel that Tamika’s role in the story absolutely cannot be understated; while other characters played key roles, it was ultimately her who cast the first stone.
“Stop looking for me and find yourself.” - Tamika Flynn, Ep. 36, “Missing”I’m trying to push the line of action in my drawings a little better, so I apologize if this one came out a little bit stiff. I did some research on paintings of David and Goliath for the slingshot reference. The color palette was done in split complimentary, and the four symbols of The Magician, as well as the traditional infinity sign are emblazoned on her bookbag.Thank you to everyone who has supported me thus far. I promise you that I will continue to push my horizons in art in order to provide you with the best possible work I can.
based on a story that nobody read — a tamika flynn mix on 8tracks
it’s international literacy day!! why not celebrate with this 10-track dedication to the courageous and well-read young heroine this shitty desert needs but doesn’t deserve
listen here; please enjoy it~!
Cecil is possessed by a linguophage - a word-eater.
The linguophage was born out of all of the unsaid words and enforced silences in Night Vale (“If you see something, say nothing…”). Both an addict and a devourer of spoken language, the linguophage was drawn to a young Cecil, a bright and verbose mind; “Cassette” describes his haunting and possession by the linguophage. It now lives in his mind like a symbiote, enhancing his lyrical and mellifluous voice, giving him the power to see and speak what the rest of Night Vale cannot and feeding off his forbidden words. Thus Cecil is literally the Voice of Night Vale.
I made some Night Vale Public Library badges for my sister for the anniversary show in NYC.
Which do you guys like better?
“You are going to get inside this book and we are going to close it on you and there is nothing you can do about it!””
Finally I had a chance to do my Welcome To Night Vale Librarian shoot. I’m so thankful for this podcast, and can’t believe that my life has been so wonderfully impacted by a big dork named Cecil in such a place as Night Vale.
Shout out to the Book Nook for having us! Also, I am forever thankful to my best friend Kelsey for co-creating the costume with me, photographing, helping deal with chemical burns, and always being excited to force people into good books, regardless of the cost.
Night Vale is home to many dangerous, powerful, and rare spell books, most of which reside in the Night Vale library. Many can even camouflage themselves as harmless classics and popular best sellers in order to fool hapless book lovers into reading them.
Tamika Flynn from Welcome to Night Vale, my HERO
Mostly I did this to practice my handwriting, but. Tamika Flynn. She’s so important
Title:Night Vale welcomes Tammy II
Fandom:WTNV/Parks and Rec
Author’s summary: ””“I want a thing where Tammy II from Parks & Rec goes to Night Vale and makes the Night Vale Public Library even worse I recognize that I will likely have to write this thing myself perhaps I shall”” ^ that was a tumblr post I made. this is the fic that followed. I apologize.”
Reccer’s comments:Ahh, this concept is awesome, because Tammy II would be so at home in Night Vale’s libraries. Of course. ItsADrizzit has Cecil’s inflections down wonderfully. An excellent listen