i love voltron. like actually, completely, unironically. fuck all the ships and discourse and fandom. i love the show. the animation and the backgrounds and the whole concept of giant fucking robot lions in space, dude. aliens and black holes and cool planets and galaxies. friendship and found family and bonding. i love that shit. sometimes it’s easy to forget that the show itself is actually pretty fucking incredible when ur constantly being bombarded with fandom bullshit but like. man. i love voltron.
The snow drifted down and down, all in ghostly silence, and lay thick and unbroken on the ground. All color had fled the world outside. It was a place of whites and blacks and greys. White towers and white snow and white statues, black shadows and black trees, the dark grey sky above. A pure world, Sansa thought. I do not belong here.
Yet she stepped out all the same.
Her boots tore ankle-deep holes into the smooth white surface of the snow, yet made no sound. Sansa drifted past frosted shrubs and thin dark trees, and wondered if she were still dreaming. Drifting snowflakes brushed her face as light as lover’s kisses, and melted on her cheeks. At the center of the garden, beside the statue of the weeping woman that lay broken and half-buried on the ground, she turned her face up to the sky and closed her eyes. She could feel the snow on her lashes, taste it on her lips. It was the taste of Winterfell. The taste of innocence. The taste of dreams.
Sansa VII - A Storm of Swords
This is one of my favorite book moments, it’s so pure yet melancholic. Sooner or later I would have drawn it, so it was also a good moment to experiment some simple animation for the snow too. I’ll probably try a Jon one next, with a similar moment *wink* *wink*
EDIT: If anyone is interested, this art is now available in my Society 6.
Whoever said enzymes are a CFer’s best friend, they nailed
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you digest your food. Sometimes, your pancreas needs a
little extra help making the proper amount, and that’s
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currently in support of bringing back the idea that if dan had vocal training he’d be a great singer because he’s demonstrated the ability make his voice both high and low, which are indicators of a wide vocal range.