John Heaton (jheaton) wrote,
John Heaton
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Icons!

I've been on an icon-making jag recently. And for some reason, I've been making icons I have no particular interest in, like "religion freaky" and "Give mama some sugar." Strange.

It is in that vein that I present these Tom Lenk icons. Now, I like Tom Lenk just fine, and I've really enjoyed his portrayal of Andrew on Buffy. But that's as far as it goes. I don't think he's dreamy. But I'm aware that many people do, so consider this my contribution to the community of Tom Lenk fans. All the icons are freely available to anyone who wants them. Leave me a comment if you decide to use one.

Incidentally, all these photos came from the The Official Tom Lenk Fanlisting, which as far as I'm concerned is the premier Tom Lenk web site.

The dramatic red lighting in this photo suggested the text, which of course comes from the movie The Mask.
The text on this icon comes from "Meadowlark," a song from the obscure Stephen Schwartz musical The Baker's Wife.
Another icon, another musical . This one comes from "Matchmaker," from Fiddler on the Roof.
I stole the idea for this one from, er, myself. It's pretty much identical to the one I made for blixie's birthday.
No text, because it looks too damn good without it.
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