Dear @crewefox, consider this art as a celebration and a way to thank you for your work on this marvelous fanfiction that is Take a Stand. Please, keep providing beautifull stories with your fans, your followers and your friends. You have many of them, and as you can see, they are ready for all excesses to show you their inconditionnal support.
Enjoy your gift, and let’s both say a HUGE thank you to @zenith1988 for this beautifull attention !
My finished armour!! Made from leather and hand dyed (just the base coat as that’s all I’ve time for so far!!)
It fits me better than my mannequin though🙈 so hopefully I’ll get a few photos tomorrow at the convention, and then I need a photo shoot with my ponies and dogs 😍🦄🐶
We all have doll-fever tonight. I’ve spent the last week photoshopping the set we all really want to see made by Disney - the Leading Ladies!
Alice, Wendy, Anita and Perdita, Maid Marian, Eilonwy, Jessica Rabbit, Esmeralda, Megara, Jane, Kida, Mrs. Incredible, and Sgt. Calhoun.
Alice, Anita, Maid Marian and Jessica were photoshopped by me. Wendy is by vintagedollmx , and Eilonwy is by Kitten_Blue_777. The rest of the dolls at the bottom were all really out at one time or another for sale. Sgt. Calhoun was 17".
Share this and show your support for the Disney Leading Ladies in hopes that one day these, and other characters, will finally get a chance at a Disney Classic 12 Inch Doll. What other characters would you like to see made ?
Barbara Luddy actress, voice artist, radio performer May 25th, 1908 - April 1st, 1979
Lady - Lady and the Tramp, 1955 Rover - 101 Dalmatians, 1961 Merriweather - Sleeping Beauty, 1959 Mother Rabbit - Robin Hood, 1973 Kanga - The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, 1975 Mother Church Mouse - Robin Hood, 1973
Madzie lies at the bottom of the tub, gazing up at the bright yellow rubber duck floating above her. She’s too big to lay all the way down in the little tub, so her knees are hugged to her chest, feet propped up on the tiled wall. It’s still nice though. Everything always feels better underwater. It’s easier to breathe, as backwards as that would sound to most people.
But well. Most people don’t have gills.
She can hear Magnus pacing outside the door, obviously still upset. She feels badly, but it’s also partly why she’d come in here. This is the one place neither of them ever follow her, so she takes advantage of that, sometimes.
“Madzie, darling?” Magnus calls out softly.
Madzie closes her eyes. She hates how small his voice sounds. I did that, she thinks, her stomach dropping heavily with guilt.
She takes one last deep pull of water in through her gills, centering herself in the feeling, before slowly emerging from the tub. The ripples caused by her movement send the little rubber duck drifting away from her. He’s running away too, she thinks.
She hadn’t thought to grab her favorite bathrobe when she fled in here to hide, so she magics it in from her bedroom. She hasn’t quite mastered conjuring something directly onto her body, so instead it appears folded neatly on the counter and Madzie dons it quickly. The slightly too big hood (complete with floppy rabbit ears) falls down over her eyes. She hesitates for a moment before reaching into the tub to retrieve the duckling, tucking it into the pocket of her robe. It’s comforting.
She opens the door to find Magnus still standing outside, just as she suspects. With her bath hood drawn over her eyes, she can only really see him from the ankles down. She can’t really tell from his ankles whether he’s still upset with her, but she’s also too afraid to look up at his face.
“Have a good swim, guppy?” he asks her, just like he always does. She knows the familiar question is meant to make her feel better, but instead she feels worse.
“I’m sorry I messed up your potion,” she tells Magnus’s ankles, fiddling with the ties on her robe.
“Oh sweetheart,” Magnus says, crouching down to try to see her under her hood. “You didn’t ruin anything, okay? Potions are tricky things sometimes, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be fixed.”
She finally looks up at him then, and his steady gaze is gentle. Sincere.
“I’ll show you,” he tells her, reaching out a hand.
Madzie’s fingers rub idly along the smooth surface of the rubber duck in her pocket. Part of her longs to be back in the tub, submerged and safe.
But Magnus is still waiting, his hand outstretched patiently. She takes it, and the warmth of her small hand enclosed in his is instantly calming.
Maybe there’s safety on land too, as long as Magnus is there.
I’m not sure how many people know this but if you choose to do the Happy Mask Salesman’s sidequest in Ocarina of Time, you have the option of showing the first four masks to Zelda (and she makes a cute noise, like a laugh or a surprised sound)!
It might not seem like a big deal but I think it’s a cute aspect of the game. The fact that she’s one of the NPCs that they gave dialogue to for when Link wears a mask is actually kind of interesting. Because if you’ve played OoT, you know that you have to go through the courtyard undetected to speak to Zelda, and sometimes it can be really tedious.
This means that Link cares about Zelda so much that he’d risk sneaking past the guards– and possibly getting caught –in order to show her something as simple as a mask. There’s no way that he’s unaware of the chance of getting caught, and if you’ve ever been caught by a guard while playing the game, you know they treat him kind of bad and literally throw him out.
But he’s willing to risk it just so he can see her smile and hear her laugh. And if you think about it, he’s taking a break from collecting the Spiritual Stones– which he needs to save Hyrule– so he can do something that’ll brighten her day. He cares about her much more than you’d think.
Does that rabbit hood of yours have any eye holes? It doesn't look like it does from the front, so how did you see? I also can't imagine that hearing things through it wouldn't be easy unless you don't mind muffled sounds.
“….Sounds are muffled though but luckily I have very good hearing!”