I didn’t expected that my volleygirls sketch would be that much appreciated, i mean, I wasn’t even planning posting them in the first place! w v(￣∇￣) So, as a lot of people asked for more, i did some more, hope you’re gonna like it! I also did a rough animation of the moment Suga is smacking off Tanaka’s hand ! w
Thanks everyone for following me!（●｀・ω・´●）
Now I think I’ll concentrate a bit on Halloween 🎃 , I like this moment of the year, but halloween isn’t really celebrated where I live…（ー○ー）
For prompts: So I'm interested to hear about the courtship of female Sam Vimes and Lady Ramkin because obviously that's something everyone needs in their lives. (or just the life of a female Sam in general)
Those nights when she makes it home at something approaching a decent hour, Sam will lie in bed with Sybil’s head on her stomach. Sybil keeps her hair very short and fine beneath her wigs, and Sam likes the feel of it, tracing every dip and line of Sybil’s skull, from the soft rolls of her neck to the slope of her temples, the sharp curve of her widow’s peak. Her fingertips could map out Ankh-Morpork on Sybil’s skin, though sometimes she got distracted and forgot where Scooner’s Lane ended and the faint divot beneath Sybil’s ear began.
Sometimes Sybil will talk, or read aloud, and Sam thinks—there’s the Chase, there is always the Chase, but this might the only thing she’s ever known where there’s joy in the having.
What are you thinking about? Sybil asks sometimes, and Sam says, Nothing, nothing. Tell me more, I was listening. I like listening to you.
There was an Understanding.
The Understanding was: Her Grace, Lady Sybil Deidre Olgivanna Ramkin, had, on the twelfth of May, married Captain Samantha Vimes of the Ankh-Morpork Watch. It was a very lovely ceremony. There had been cake.
Questions on the matter, such as “is there legal precedent for this”, “where exactly are the records for—” and “how does a noble title pass to a duchess’ wife” could be respectfully addressed to the Patrician.
It was amazing how quickly people Understood, when Vetinari was suggested as the alternate means of education.
i don’t have anything against rule 63 characters tbh. i just find them initially boring, repetitive, and bland. they’re not necessarily transphobic but ya’ll passing up on the chance of writing people who are not represented that often. course some (99% of the time cis) people are uncomfortable with the idea of writing trans characters because either: they’re transphobic or they don’t feel like they will do them justice/offend trans individuals/etc. (which is more than often the case) which is mainly why i give label rule 63 characters a chance, otherwise i do have a negative bias towards them.
this does not extend to people who label their muses with terms like: genderbend / cisswap / sexswap. those words irritate me and are honestly just offensive and i’d rather not at all be associated with anything close with that.