“And it needs to be okay for it to get on a boat with LeVar Burton and never come back. Because eventually it all will.”
A trace sketch. I just wanted to dwell on his face in this moment.
Natasha Romanoff for the pose + palette challenge (seizure warning, flashing gifs).
Didn’t end up with the most exciting pose, but that palette was fun! I’m trying to get more adventurous with colour, but even so here I assumed it’s okay to make the color lighter or darker in places. I also used black and white in the eyes. I’m… not very good at getting more adventurous with colour.
Honestly, what were they expecting, casting Colin Firth in a role where he has a meaningful relationship with a young man with exceptionally symmetrical facial features? That whole movie is seeped in fetishism of posh Britishness & privilege and probably deserves at least a dozen essays.
Anyway, PG-13sh Hartwin make-outs under the cut.
This was a request I got on Tumblr. What if there had been a happy ending for Thorin Oakenshield?
Rosie and Sam were wearing yellow and white at their wedding, so I like to think those are hobbits’ wedding colours, whereas dwarves use red for blood and life, and gold for wealth and luck. As part of the ceremony, Thorin hands Bilbo the key to his home, while Bilbo hands Thorin a hammer.