These are just a bunch of miscellaneous fanarts I posted on Tumblr or various other places this year, and I thought I'd just put them all up together over here since my journal is my primary fangirling center XD
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This is a cute pairing meme I found and have been patiently waiting for Valentine's day week to post it. So, here's how it works:
You comment with a pairing (or better yet, multiple pairings!) that I know and I answer the following questions about them. And then comes the fun part....discussing the answers!( Here we go!Collapse )
So, I am posting this fanart because Bookworm is quite upset that she can’t comment on it where I originally posted it on Tumblr. Here ya go, Sis! While I was at it, I thought I would include a review so my f-list would have an idea of what I’ve been posting about so much lately (And maybe even read it!) And considering my username, I though I should review books every once in a while XD
Hey guys! I came across this meme and thought it looked like fun...Enjoy!
01. Give me a pairing that I like, or at least have some knowledge of.
02. Give me something to start from; A single word, a sentence, a thought, totally random or well thought, incoherent or insightful. Then I'll write a drabble of around 100-200 words according to your wishes. The level of incoherency might vary, no high-class literature guarantee.
03. Offer your own friends a chance to request drabbles. If you wish, you don't have to feel obliged.
Disclaimer: I write mostly fluffy fluff. Don't expect too much else XD
This should be fun!
Hello all :)
Sooo, last week some of us were playing around with a song memeand one of the songs that manderelee chose inspired me to create some fanart. Here's what she said:
3) Nico and Josef (Spirit Eater © Rachel Aaron):
Dark Side by Kelly Clarkson - The first time I heard this song, I really liked it already. Then I started Spirit Eater, and the whole song was just transformed by the association with Nico and Josef. Almost took a whole other meaning.
I'd never heard this song before, but I relly liked it, so without further ado, here's what it inspired: