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LOT/CC fic: Just One Night, Ch. 2 (of 4)

When Team Legends returns to Central City for Barry and Iris’ wedding, Sara jumps at a chance to do something, anything, else.

She doesn’t even remotely suspect where that decision will lead her. (Or to whom.)

Thanks, as always, to @larielromeniel for the beta! Can also be read here at AO3 or here at

It’s melodramatic to say that the world tilts around her, but that’s precisely what it feels like. Sara puts a hand to the wall as if checking to see that it’s still there, that she’s not dreaming, that she’s not going to wake up in a moment, stomach and heart clenched with a pain she can’t show. 

It is there, cool and solid beneath her fingers, and that’s all the moment of weakness she gives herself. And then her gun is in her hand, aimed straight for his heart, and if her hands are shaking just the tiniest bit, well, she knows she can compensate for that. 

“Don’t move,” she repeats, keeping her voice cold, without a quaver. “I will fire."  

Leonard tilts his head just a little and regards her for a moment that feels like forever. 

"Ah,” he says, finally. “Right.” Slowly, he raises his hands in front of him, eyes never leaving hers, and they’re not that rat bastard’s eyes, there’s actually warmth in them and concern… “The last time you saw me, it was that me." 

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Harrison Ford ☆ A filmography in gifsets and trivia.
[1/?] American Graffiti (1973, Dir. George Lucas), as Bob Falfa.

  • American Graffiti marked the first of Harrison Ford’s many collaborations with George Lucas, and the very first substantial role in his movie career.
  • Even though all the actors were supposed to be playing teenagers, Ford, 30 at the time, was the oldest cast member in a group whose ages ranged from 12 to 27.
  • He initially turned down the role after they offered him 485 dollars a week for it, claiming he could make twice as much as a carpenter, his day job at the time. He eventually accepted when the original offer was raised by just 15 dollars.
  • Falfa famously wore a cowboy hat after Ford himself refused to cut his hair in a ‘60s crew cut, feeling the part was too small and it was not worth the trouble of having to grow it back out for potential future parts.

the-incredible-mo-deactivated20  asked:

Hi, made the blue hair thing, the reason the light strands were so hard to follow is because I thought it'd be a good idea to draw curly hair and that messed me up so

*quickly scribbled gif*

The same method (at least how I do it, there are other methods out there) works for loose curly hair too, but I tend to switch steps between the adding in light/dark strokes and the locks definition.

There’s a completely different, (and better!) method in this tutorial by liiga

anonymous asked:

I'd say it's purely out of aesthetic composition that Captain America is carrying Iron lad and Iron man Patriot. Otherwise it'd be too much blue/white/red on one side and too much red/gold on the other, like it was iron against america which would fail the point. Could you explain your point to me?

I… was….. making a joke??? About all the times that Steve has heroically/tragically/DRAMATICALLY carried Tony or Tony has carried Steve? And how the one time they couldn’t do that, they gave the Tony-surrogate to Steve and the Steve-surrogate to Tony.

It was supposed to be funny?

(Maybe my sense of humor sucks. I should get that checked out. I’ve been told it’s pretty crummy before.)