“It’s probably under the moonlight that we see that black boys can be blue, can be sad and sullen and intimate,” he said. “It’s under starlight that we see them differently, or that we get the chance to.”
“Because we rarely see ourselves in those hues or under that gauze. We see ourselves in the harsh police light or the amber of street lights, but what is it when the reflection of the sun in the moon is sitting on these bodies. What beauty can we see?”
got an anon asking about how I age characters: can’t say I have some surefire recipe, but basically you want to emphasise angles (especially in male faces) and pronounce the bone structure with increasing age, add wrinkles, greying hair,…
sorry Harry for making you a victim of my attempts
I’m not entirely decided yet, but I’m inclined to think Harry would keep his hair short rather than long as he ages. I’d like to try different hairstyles before I can settle on something though.
= for those who were wondering about Harry’s hair being too neat in the last pic
There were relatives of their victims among the Hogwarts students, who now found themselves the unwilling objects of a gruesome sort of reflected fame as they walked the corridors: Susan Bones, whose uncle, aunt, and cousins had all died at the hands of one of the ten, said miserably during Herbology that she now had a good idea what it felt like to be Harry.