Turns out today is the 5 year anniversary of the release of Rise Of The Guardians. I had already decides I wanted to work with animation, but this movie really set it in stone.
The movie was beautiful. The detail made me gasp in awe and the movements were so fluid I couldn’t look away. At some point during the movie, I decided that’s what I wanted to do. Before I left the theater I knew what I wanted to do with my life. I wanted to work on cartoons or on movies and I wanted to make them beautiful. I wanted someone to look at what I made and feel the same thing I felt when I saw that movie.

It felt only fitting that I celebrate the anniversary with a quick doodle of Jack Frost. If you’re on mobile, turn your brightness up so you can see that white charcoal!

Ch 43/55 - The Golden Age That Never Was (RotG/Blackice)

Title: The Golden Age That Never Was (43/55)

Rating: Explicit
Pairing: Jack Frost/Kozmotis ‘Pitch’ Pitchiner
Characters: Jack Frost, Kozmotis Pitchiner/Pitch Black, E. Aster Bunnymund, Sanderson Mansnoozie, Toothiana, Nicholas St. North, Jamie Bennett, Seraphina Pitchiner, The Man in the Moon, Tsar Lunanoff, Tsarina Lunanoff, Cupcake.
Warnings/Tags: Hurt/comfort, Whump, Angst, Book & Movie Combination, Friendship, Minor Character Death, Slow burn, Abuse of Power/Authority, Dysfunctional Relationships, Power Play, Corporal Punishment, Adventure, Space Opera (kiiiind of), Golden Age, D/s, Initiation, Kink, Injury, Grief, AU, apologies to canon enthusiasts and people who love authentic representations of space. (Please see AO3 for more tags).                  

Summary: Soldier in training Jack Overland is approaching the day of his initiation, finally he’ll learn how to fight back against the living darkness and serve the Tsar and Tsarina Lunanoff. More importantly, maybe it will get him closer to Royal Admiral Kozmotis Pitchiner, Jack’s hero, champion of the people. If only anything ever worked out the way it should.

TGATNW - Chapter 43 - Taking Stock

In which Jack yells at Toothiana and reveals what he really thinks about the situation, has an unexpected(ly fun) encounter with Anton, and begins to see the reality of the journey ahead.