could you do a roald dahl character like charlie from charlie and the chocolate factory, or the BFG? that'd be crazy neat. also, the little tidbits of humor on this blog are great. many thanks for all the excellent work on textbook!
thank you so much, glad to know my humor is appreciated. try your hand at these—
I pretty much died going through your index of posts. I just read a few of the books you've drawn characters from in school the past two years, and your outfits/looks from them are perfect. Love you for them!
I don't know if you didn't respond because you hated the idea, or because...you hated the idea. I was wondering if you ever thought to do any short fiction characters, and if you had ever thought of doing Anna from "The Lady with the Dog" from Chekov. I swear, it's a good read in case you haven't read it before, and it's very open to interpretation in the looks of the characters.
haven’t ruled it out, i keep thinking about doing that gift of the magi story but just haven’t gotten around to it. sorry i didn’t respond, there’s a lot that come through. don’t hate the idea at all.
“I was about half in love with her by the time we sat down. That’s the thing about girls. Every time they do something pretty… you fall half in love with them, and then you never know where the hell you are.”—
there are too many things that I want to do...every single day! Some nights I wake at 2 am to get started. How do you focus on just one thing in this ice cream parlor of life? san choo...as the beautiful grandmother at the donut shop in my neighborhood says, instead of thank you. san choo! patikaat
focus on more than one thing, otherwise you’re doomed to be very boring. san choo.
I know you've already done Bellatrix and Fleur, but I was wondering if you could do Luna? I'm thinking about being her for Halloween this year and I would love to see what you come up with because you great style sense.
next week you’ll see plenty of harry potter posts, not to worry. had no idea all my followers were so into hp, but i’m glad they are.
“Let me tell you something about Tom Riddle. We were teacher and student in middle school. I know, right? It’s so embarrassing. I don’t even… whatever. So then in eighth grade, I started going out with my first enemy Grindelwald, who was totally gorgeous. But then I had to defeat him, and Tom was like, weirdly jealous of him. Like, if I would blow him off to duel with Grindelwald, he’d be like “Why didn’t you fight me back?”. And I’d be like “Why are you so obsessed with me?”. So then, for my birthday party, which was an all-Muggle sympathisers pool party, I was like “Tom, I can’t invite you because I think you’re Lord Voldemort “. I mean, I couldn’t have a Dark Lord at my party. There were gonna be people there in their muggle clothes. I mean, right? He was the Dark Lord. So then his mom called my mom and started yelling at her, it was so retarded. And then he dropped out of society because no one would talk to his disembodied soul, and he came back in the fall for the second Wizarding War, all of his hair was cut off and he was totally weird, and now I guess he’s got Horcruxes.”—