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I had to draw a random portrait using a grid for class so I drew this cutie

Rewatching Gavin’s Game Time with Burnie, and honestly, everything in it is prime FAHC!Gavin material.

From SMG to Rooster Teeth, it’s like he created two separate personas once he started into a different world.

SMG Gavin is quieter—almost shy—and competent, the consummate professional. He’s young, him and Dan essentially built their empire from the bottom up at an astonishingly young age, but it’s obvious he knows how to be in charge. Gavin and Dan both know their strengths, and they rely on each other for support, but Gavin’s the planner, the one to ensure things go smoothly. They run a two-person operation, and all jobs fall to them. Gavin is the hacker, more comfortable behind the screen, but he also is a frontman. He’s focused on his goal, whether that means sitting in front of a computer for 37 hours straight to verify they have the correct codes for their latest two-person heist, or setting up meetings with potential allies in the hopes of expanding their empire. His job is a projection of their ideals, of their sacrifices to get to where they are, and he refuses to let everything they’ve worked for go to waste.

Not to say he isn’t a total goofball. The boys dance around while they wait for clients and they set off explosions in empty alleys just for shits and giggles. Dan rides his motorcycle too fast through London traffic, spurred on by his B laughing maniacally behind him. They know each other better than they know themselves, and while they are well aware that the other is more than capable of defending themselves, they are insanely overprotective of each other, sometimes to the detriment of themselves.

When Gavin moves to Los Santos as the heir apparent, his new persona is sculpted and cultivated through watching Burnie and Geoff.

Burnie teaches him management, how quality is far superior to quantity, and how trust and loyalty within a gang will lead to a stronger empire than fear and money will. He shows him how to spot a bad deal, and how to retreat when there’s no win in sight. But, most importantly, Burnie fosters the creativity in Gavin, and the confidence to continue on in a city that revels in its blood-stained streets.

Geoff teaches him the ways of a frontman, how to be what people want you to be. He tells him to cherish being underestimated, because it will be all the more sweeter when you see the looks on their faces when they realize they were wrong. He teaches him the importance of remaining calm in a deal, of never showing your hand to the person across the room. As a frontman, you’re unflappable, calm, cool, and collected. It’ll help in tough situations, but, more importantly, it’ll piss them the fuck off. Geoff teaches him to enjoy the finer things in life, while not being afraid to get your hands dirty.

“Expect the unexpected,” he tells Gavin. “There’s never a dull day when you’re in a city as depraved as this one.”

Gavin embraces it. He buys $6000 designer gold sunglasses. He dyes his hair bright, peroxide blond. He gets golden plated guns, cars, and rocket launchers. He becomes the Golden Boy, the bright, shining face of the Fake AH Crew.

Gavin won’t say it isn’t taxing. He has responsibilities—to Geoff and the rest of the FAHC, to Burnie and his associates, to Dan—and sometimes it’s hard to keep it all straight in his head. But this is what he was meant to do, and he’ll do what’s needed. Infiltration, extraction, hacking, he’ll do it all. He put countless years of blood, sweat, and tears to become one of the best in his profession, and he’ll be damned if he lets that go to waste.

fake ah crew aesthetics
  • geoff: hot pink, crisp white linen, abstract art, long fingers, cleanliness, high fashion, greyscale, stacks of money, minimalism
  • jack: plane windows, freckles, blinding sunlight, hawaiian patterns, thrift stores, wide skies, blurry polaroids, bedsheets, messy hair
  • ryan: dark shadows, wasteland, plants, black blood, bare skin, messages on bathroom walls, bronze, sleek cars, roman art, smirking
  • michael: canvas wrapped around fingers, bloody knuckles, leather, burnt orange skies, alleys, lions and wolves, fireworks, expensive white sneakers
  • gavin: japanese fashion, 80's fonts, vintage patches, peeling gold paint, sunkissed skin, pale gradients, mini handmade things, glitches, scribbled handwriting
  • ray: overexposed images, rooftops, tiny tattoos, embridered poetry, legs hanging off edges, nintendo, rose gold, skateboards, pink neon, ghosts
  • jeremy: yellowing bruises, cats, storms, flowers growing in sidewalk cracks, scraped knuckles, bones showing, flexibility, daffodils, stubble
  • matt: mirrors, plaid, being unkempt, soil, mechanical parts, symmetry, faded old pictures, raw metals, overcast days, eyes screwed shut, calloused hands
  • lindsay: scuffed converse, wings, riots, mixed drinks, crimson, hidden knives, sharp canines, 90's fashion, pins, rollerblades, tigers, bold eyebrows
  • kdin: strange glitches, glowing keyboards, unreality, dark rooms, white noise, blur, clicking and tapping, bitter cold, collections
  • trevor: double exposure, brightly coloured pills, small pops of colour, bumblebees, graffiti, baby blue, stick-n-poke tattoos, undercuts, neatness
  • barbara: smoky eye, nude lipstick, purple skies, urban fashion, darkness, burnt yellow, cigarette butts, blowing kisses, gold, bleach, bitten nails, toxicity
  • meg: rich colours, sugar and venom, blood red, lingerie, pretty knives, black strappy clothes, lollipops, feral grins, claw-like nails, matte lips
  • mica: long perfect nails, lavender, black lips, ashes, cracked iphones, counting money, sparklers, jello shots, sunsets, city glimmer, sharp outlines

Porcelain Doll

One crack, two cracks, three cracks, four.

Artificial beauty, face full of shame, this porcelain doll was born into a society where words were sharp daggers that seemed to be thrown by blind soulless monsters that were not afraid to attack.

Life was like traveling through a maze of knife filled walls that were closing in.

This porcelain doll was running out of patches to cover the cracks that were engraved by this society.

They wrote with a type writer all the rules and regulations of being considered acceptable on her forehead.

Around her belly they tattooed a measuring tape and marked the size that was considered beautiful.

She was scarred; she was used as evidence of a plan to create brainless Barbie dolls, the all American woman.

With the boys they inflated their arms along with their egos and called them men. Filling their minds with disrespectful phrases and Lust.

Now this porcelain doll breathed in every word, and mirrors started to become enemies, tears became best friends, solitude became a family member, and self-hate became her shadow.

Her surface was about to shattered along with her hope for a simple world where the stars played with the clouds and the sun conversed with the moon.

She gave up and she broke.

Leaving behind her pieces, everyone gathered around her crying and hoping she would come back, People she never spoke too, enemies that threw the first daggers at her wept.

Now after she was gone they noticed how gorgeous she was; now her worn out pieces were becoming lovely pedals, now she was appreciated for the lovely rose she was.

Society brain washes us and makes us hungry for power, but once we see someone fall we shed our snake figures and transform into innocent butterflies and forget the kicks and punches we served to these fallen angels.

  Parents only realize something is wrong when they find the blood spatters on bathroom walls, rope marks on necks, and when their all-star player is 6 feet under breathless.When their eyes have swelled to the point of being as blind as they were before it all was lost

Masked and artificial we have become, fake outlines, this is the sad truth of the human race.

 Now all I ask is for us to be the deal breakers, together we can bring up our white flags and form an alliance to stop watching our peers being buried alive by simple punch lines and the sinister lies in magazines. We can make scales belt out beautiful and the word strong will only be referred to a man’s will.

Let’s change our ways and create equality, something that has long been missing

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Spitfire: Rainbow Dash! Pull yourself together!
Spitfire: As your commanding—
RD: What!?
RD: You still want me?

They’ll call me a fake…

(((Outlines drawn a month back, so they’re crap. Well! What can you do.)))