I tried drawing Hans. But I can’t art. Sorry.
Finally got a new frame for Hans after the first one broke. And now Django is above my head as I sleep haha.
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I made this because reasons.
lmao nikki i also accidentally found this one pffff
((HA!! I laughed so hard making this))
Colonel Hans Landa, or as you may know him, the Jew Hunter, and that is exactly what he is. He’s crafty, cunning, calculating, manipulative, sly, playful and menacing, and so very damned charming. He’s far worse than any high ranking Nazi officer, as wise as he is evil; he isn’t following Hitler because he believes his poisonous lies, he doesn’t care about the Third Reich, he is merely a detective (and a damn good one), and a colonel for the S.S. because he knows it’s in his best interest. And once the situation has changed, he will do whatever it takes to insure his own survival, and to make sure he has the upperhand. Still, the second you have been caught in a double cross, Landa can turn from a calm gentleman into a psychotic madman and strangle you to death in seconds, without the smallest hint of remorse.
He could have you petrified with a single cold stare, or have your knees weakening with a smile.
But damned it if Hans Landa isn’t handsome, he could have you eating right out of his palm in a matter of minutes with his eloquent charms. Whether he’s being his usual proper man or getting excited and exclaiming “bingo” in a childlike manner. You’ve heard of handsome men in uniform, and Landa is most definitely handsome in uniform.
And I’m telling you, if it was Hans Landa’s hands I was going to be in when he’s caught me, I am certainly not arguing.
((Yes to all of this))
Christoph Waltz is on Conan tonight! :3
But during the bar scene with Bridget von Hammersmark and the German soldiers, her card is G.W. Pabst, an Austrian film producer.
Knowing Quentin Tarantino, and film in general, this had to be some kind of symbolism.
So I decided to do some digging on Pabst, just to see what his films were all about. And I found this on Wiki
“Some of his most famous films concern the plight of women in German society”
I find that really interesting that she was, obviously German, she was an actress, and surrounded by German soldiers. She was also a ‘traitor’ to the German society. I thought it to not only bit a clever bit of symbolism, but also Quentin’s way of foreshadowing what is to come of von Hammersmark.
Just thought that was interesting.
Things Christoph Waltz Needs to Stop:
He is my sexual orientation.
So much this))
How funny, usually I’m the one doing the hunting.