I’ve finally managed to draw something for this fandom that’s not utterly miserable. Based on this post by ravenroac.
Monsters n e v e r do
Shh. It’ll be all right, Gaius. I’ll be your conscience.
'til the end of the line, pal
It was apparent right from the start of this panel that Tricia Helfer and Katee Sackhoff were more than just a pair of coworkers that worked on a popular sci-fi televisions series. They stepped out on stage, all smiles, and soon began recounting a raucous game of hide-and-seek they’d had the night before (Tricia even mimed the position she’d held to fit under a sink and win the game). Their outward demeanor though – all grins and giggles – didn’t tell the whole story. The camera lens picked something else up: Even when they weren’t looking at each other, their facial expressions often mirrored one another – a sign of a deep empathy that only comes from long stretches of time together – far more than they would have had on set.
Tricia Helfer and Katee Sackhoff at Montreal Comiccon 2014. © Geek Inked Magazine