Just a little thing inspired by @thebisexualmandalorian‘s tags on Hevy’s recent Adventure. Wolffe just seems the type to like peace and quiet, tending to things that don’t talk back. Also on ao3.
Wolffe was walking between aisles of lush green growth, checking on various plants. It had been an exhausting week, but when he found he couldn’t sleep, he decided to check on the gardens they had on the Courageous instead.
When General Plo had found out what food the clones had grown up with on Kamino, he was appalled about the lack of variety and taste offered to them. Naturally, Plo did the next logical thing: convert one of the storage units into a garden for the clones to learn how to grow, care for and try new foods.
The General was a veritable green thumb - er, claw - himself, and taught whoever wanted to learn. Wolffe never missed a session. He loved learning about what it took for each plant to grow. What foods, water and light levels each needed. Wolffe found it fascinating that plants just didn’t need dirt to grow, that each one preferred different types of soil, with different chemicals and minerals to help it become into what it needed to be. It might be a concept that hit a little close to home, but at least their plants were just allowed to be.
Wolffe found as the room became more and and more green, he loved to spend more and more time there. Well, as much time as the war allowed.
He found it calming and relaxing, just wandering the gardens the Wolfpack grew for themselves. Comet recently installed a small water fountain, so there was always soothing white noise in the background. And if anyone heard Wolffe talking softly to the plants, telling them that they are good little plants, encouraging them to grow, no one was going to say anything about it.
Hello! You might remember me as a person who sometimes draws comics on this site! I’ve been busy as heck with end-of-term work and also some work-related travel(!), so it’s taken me a while to get everything done and then also remember how to draw. The good news is that I’m working on a new Summer Comic Project–
–and the other good news is that I’m drawing it completely print-ready for once, so I’m hoping to make some A5 minicomic booklets out of it (and possibly some older material). The bad news is that there’s no way I’m gonna have it done in time to print/assemble it for Anime North in May so I won’t be able to hand out freebies and probably won’t be attending the con at all due to work/budget restrictions. (Everyone else have fun, though! Especially you fellow artists!) The consolation is that I’m hoping to finish this thing in batches and then post it a few pages at a time based on where it’ll split up naturally.
P.S. I’m still trying to sort out the JJL timeline in my head. It’s really weird to be making something that you want to be at least plausible while running with the limited information that you have in the moment. So many things make so little sense as they stand now…