i have no opinion that your bruce is 10 but i am absolutely /scandalized/ that you're writing young-alfred as blonde. is that the moustache of a blonde man, i ask you?
NOT EVERYONE CAN BE BRUNETTES I NEED SOME VARIETY HERE
rather than the more common B:TAS balding alfred i’m going for more of a
or, you know, if we’re honest, just sort of generally a british man who managed to look very young well into his 40s
and if you then assume that stress and other factors all conspired to make his hair turn completely white then by his sixties he’s Officially Old and no one ever really looks much closer at him beyond Old Butler because why would they
but honestly by that point he’s Tired and he leans hard into being an old-ass old man and bruce in his late teens is baffled because ALFRED you’re not that old??? get some contacts and just for men or something oh my god alfred. but no, it’s too late. he’s gonna wear some little glasses and make his suits more and more old-fashioned and eat hard candies. he’s old now, leave him alone.
… but if he’s got real pale blonde hair it makes it easier for me to imagine he transitions pretty quick into just SNOWY WHITE, anderson cooper style. alfred pennyworth: no pepper, all salt.
okay but this hurts me so bad. because regina just needed to touch him. she needed to feel the warmth of his body again. she never thought she’d see him again like this. alive. in the flesh. for her he was already a dead cold body buried in the ground. a memory. imagine what feeling his touch once again must have felt like. i am an absolute mess rn okay
he steals from the rich and gives to the poor, but he keeps not a cent for himself. they call him a crook, a menace. they say he should be locked away for his crimes, but what has he really done that is so wrong? he takes just a little…enough to go unnoticed, and he gives it to those in need.
Hello, I know you said you don't like receiving praises, but your art is truly fantastic! You really make the Obitine pairing "come to life". All the history-inspired art is great, too. Could you draw a Robin Hood/Lady Marion themed Satine & Obi-Wan?
Oh dear, I guess I do sound ungrateful, don’t I? Very sorry, sweet anon, thank you for your kind words, and please know that I am always happy that you like my art.
Also I am a big nerd about Robin Hood myth (Paul Creswick’s novel from 1917 with the Wyeth illustrations is my favorite version), so this was a pleasure: