I love dads.
Because some mean somebody decided to ruin my day with their sob-inducing fic update, I am posting this to make me and every one else feel a bit better.
Les Miserables (2012) | Characters: Javert; Valjean | Word Count: 5,765~ | Exit!verse | Post-Seine | Javert and Valjean are dumb-dumbs| dash of Bishop.
| Ch. 1 | Ch. 2 | Ch. 3 | Ch. 4 | Ch. 5 | Ch. 6 | Ch. 7 | Ch. 8 | [Ao3]
“How long will you forget me?”
Reblogging this because I WILL not be the only one in aches and pains at this fic.
I’m sad enough, no more sad drawing today…
I’m sorry to hear that, but this is too adorable. Feel better soon!
Alan Stephens Foster - The Fall
This is a print I would buy, hang up, and cry myself to sleep with every night.
What a lovely story with outstanding imagery and sacrifice that moves me to believe all is well in the world…until you reach the end and he cruelly backhands you with the most horrible and terse of endings.
Practicing more of my abstract ‘style’ today in an extremely productive session with Schwa today.
I left this piece alone to finish another which will be posted later on.
I am aiming for a contemplative young M. Madeleine and it evolves as I work and get ideas. On the fence about whether or not young Madeleine should have facial hair. As you can see, my characters always start off young, and I age them as needed. Based the pose off an Anthony Perkins photo. I found out Perkins’ nose match my Valjean headcanon! The fractured linework is the beginnings of a small puffy weed plant I saw tumbling about and enjoyed.
My version of Javert is heavily influenced by Mead Schaeffer’s version of the man. Especially with the facial structure. One of my favourite illustrator’s of all time, I look to him for inspiration. I am very lucky to own this copy of Les Mis, and it was one of the first editions that I sought after immediately.
Thenardier took the pistol, and aimed at Javert.
Wow I didn’t know this one. From which edition is it?
I have the book for this edition. It’s the Mead Schaeffer version, 1925 edition I believe.
I actually base my Javert off of Mead’s version. And his Valjean is surprisingly accurate as a convict.
- I only hope my students managed to fix the overly tan Jersey shore wanna-bes that attempted to pass themselves off as Greek Gods on the mural. This is why you never send random students to paint things people, even if you are on a time crunch.
- Going for the food mostly
- Goal tonight: See how many people think I’m a student
- Let’s do this shit
Haaa, I’m amused how this explanation didn’t really help, but hey, they’re adorable bread chickens! XDI am grinning to myself because the thing is, there is really no explanation. I was doodling this thing practicing cartoon style after seeing a cute Adventure Time art piece.
croissant!chicken is my new favorite thing. blessExcellent. All is going according to plan. Heh heh
What can I say, Valjean has a thing for chickens