This is Indy. Greetings from Canada!! I hope this finds you and yours well.
You said on your profile page to expect some low quality stuff. I beg to differ!! I'm always looking for different ways in how Sherlock and John, the Brothers Winchesters, Cas, etc. are seen by different artists. I would say your style is definitely unique.
Thank you for your kind comment. I honestly don’t consider my fanart anything remarkable, but it’s the best I can do. And I spend much more time and effort on these things than I’d care to admit. So being a needy little shit that I am I’m always genuinely pleased and excited whenever people say they like my stuff.
GO WITH THE HUNCH OF A MAN WHOSE BRAIN IS FUELLED BY LEMONS?!
He was. I'm just a little sad the Hitchhiker's film turned out a bit disappointing - it could have been so much better. But, picking Freeman to play the part of Dent, that was a genius move. I'm still not sure why nobody ever chose a ginger Ford Prefect for either of the screen productions - I distinctly remember him being described as ginger in the books (I could have dreamt that, of course, so don't quote me on it. Speaking of dreaming of strange things - I'd advise you to not quote me on anything, ever).
No, I haven't listened to them (though I definitely should!). The guy who does the reading for the Swedish HHGTTG audiobook is brilliant. The same bloke also voiced a Polish, or maybe Czech children's show about two white rabbits who lived in a magic top hat, that me and a friend used to watch every day at lunchtime, and as a result of that, we always arrived late for our post-lunch class I seem to have strayed somewhat from my original topic, but, he did that perfectly, too.
I wholly agree with you; a Hobbit audiobook read by Mr Freeman would make a wonderful addition to my collection of four different editions of the novel.
Totally agree with you about the film. It wasn’t quite up to scratch. Though it did have some pretty amazing cast: Stephen Fry, Bill Bailey, Bill Nighy, Alan Rickman and, of course, Martin. I kinda feel the same about the new Dirk Gently series – brilliant actors but the writing’s a tad disappointing. Still quite funny though.
Four different editions of the Hobbit? Damn! You’ve outnerded me. I only have two.
Oh, and you’re right, Ford most definitely was ginger. Every decent space/time traveller has to have a ginger companion. I think it’s a law.