I’M GETTING THAT FUCKING A (EVEN IF IT KILLS ME) // for when instrumental music is not enough, when you’re on your last cup of coffee and the sun’s about to rise, when aggressive dancing is the only way to stay awake long enough to finish this damn assignment [listen] [keep]
Finally done(-ish)!! My contribution to andythelemon's Rule 63 Project (take a lead male protagonist and genderbend them as a female character), featuring Luke Skywalker from Star Wars! or Lucy Skywalker, perhaps? Luke is one of my absolute favourite protagonists, so I just couldn’t resist :D
In the end I couldn’t decide on what scene to draw, so ended up sketching out a couple of moments from each movie in the OT :) I’m sorry for the randomness of these… This was a really fun project and a great idea, thank you for organising it Andy!
It’s not the child’s responsibility to teach the parent who they are. It’s the parent’s responsibility to learn who the child is.
fred and george making “coming out kabooms” for weasley wizard wheezes, where each one is a kind of firework popper that, when pulled, shoots fireworks in the air saying “I AM (PUT SEXUALITY/GENDER MINORITY HERE)” and they explode with really cool music and the colors correspond with said sexuality/gender identity and they come in a huge variety and are a huge success for queer magic folk
Her hand came down over the main part of the folder she had put together in preparation for this, knowing that Arthur liked to be thorough and prepared before undertaking any job. “We got one of our own back, but he’s still under Loki’s control. Crude cognitive realignment didn’t work.”
"Cognitive realignment?" Eames echoed, flipping through the dossier, skipping over the blackened bits of Clint Barton’s file.
"I knocked him on the head," Natasha said flatly. "It didn’t work."
INCEPTION MEETS THE AVENGERS ☼ based off “BEING COMPROMISED" by Eustacia Vye on AO3 → “Slight AU to the Avengers movie, post-Inception. For the prompt Natasha wasn’t able to beat Clint into normalcy. She has to perform inception.”