“That story you told me … About the man who gets flowers for the moon. I had it backwards. I thought you were the Moon and I was your Wolverine… But you’re the Trickster, aren’t you? I’m just the fool who got played. Worst part of it is I should have known… And I ignored my instincts … I ignored what I really am … That won’t ever happen again …”
Ink, I don’t think that’s how you conquer someone…
I miss drawing Errorink, so here’s a little piece of those two dorks together! I was originally going to draw Cross and Dream (like I always do), but I had this idea and just… aklsmfmcsfasfmkkwqnrjwda; anyways, hope you guys like it!
Ink!Sans belongs to @comyet and Error!Sans belongs to @loverofpiggies.
(ah, e feliz dia dos namorados pros BRs aí o/ me esforcei pra terminar isso e não perder a data -q)
You know what I love about the title of Christmas special?
The fact that it is a play on “once upon a time.” It’s a phase, an opening line at the beginning of stories, but not just any stories. There’s a particular genre that uses it more than others, that we’ve all must of read at some point as small children.
The genre is simply what Moffat’s era has been since the beginning and how it will end: