Some Sif/Loki sketches from months and months ago. (Having a working scanner is so rad!) None of them are exactly a ~specific scene~ or anything, but-

The first one is almost certainly inspired by You Could Be My Unintended by coffeesuperhero

That second one has got to be pulling from the Kingsverse Series by Nayanroo

And the last two probably came out of reading Fleet-Footed and Caught by Barkour enough times that I think I have it memorized.

anonymous asked:

do you have any fic recs that are similar to damalur's "after the fall"? i am so completely obsessed with it's portrayal of loki/sif and i simply must have my fix of fics in the same vein. please and thank you!

Ah After the Fall by damalur is such a wonderfully epic tale of Loki and Sif’s relationship from childhood up until the coronation. Sooo good. The world building is really fabulous. I’m not 100% what exactly you’d qualify as similar, whether it’s the slow build of the relationship or the adventure and character development (or regression) but I can definitely recommend a few other fics that I think are epics to be cherished!

winter is coming by coffeesuperhero (T rating, 22,098 words)

A very beautiful, albeit tragic, progression of Loki and Sif’s love across ages and realms. It burns brightly and then crumbles. Godammit Loki

haven’t forgotten my way home by Jade (M rating, 17,419 words)

Post-canon. Loki and Sif are both being punished for their sins against Asgard and find peace together. 

you could be my unintended by coffeesuperhero (M rating, 19,277 words)

They find themselves in an accidental marriage. The growth and setbacks that come from navigating it are interesting. 

The Tenth Realm by Margo_Kim (T rating, 20,969 words)

Five hundred years before Thor’s coronation, Loki and Sif adventure in search of a legend.

Stolen Fire by Ias (T rating, 11,261 words)

The tragedy of the present is contrasted with the happiness of the past. 

Where We’re Going, Where We’ve Been by margo_kim (T rating, 10,269 words)

Their journeys to Earth turn into something more. Wonderful development!

All the Reasons I Gave by glamaphonic (M rating, 4422 words)

One of the first fics, one of the best fics.

one hundred thousand years of solitude by coffeesuperhero (T rating, 7452 words)

Sif visits Loki in his cell until the day comes for him to choose his own fate.

I Am Stretched on Your Grave by SidheMail (M rating, 39, 262 words)

The warrior has fallen on a journey and is presumed dead. Sif must make it home to him, before it’s too late. I seriously bawled my eyes out reading this. All of her fics are great for punching you in the gut.

let’s play a love game by coffeesuperhero (M rating, 11,779 words)

When Thor and the Warriors Three are captured, Sif and Loki set out to save the day. Pretend married but real feelings!

Shipwrecked by the Laughter of the Gods by rhombus (T rating, 12,896 words)

Sif slips a caged Loki a truth serum. Flashback to their teenage years. Enough emotions to wreck you for a week.

west of the moon, east of the sun by nefelokokkygia (E rating, 10,133 words)

Loki and Sif travel to Alfheimr, to ride dragons and visit the mountain caves. All of Danielle’s story’s have a very unique, very strong voice and mood.

Paper Planes & Playground Games by Barkour (G rating, 14,438 words)

Sif-centric story about her childhood with the princes. Most excellent.

Lying Tongues by Barkour (E rating, 11,096 words)

A wonderful little epic adventure with a splash of Loki/Sif. The pairing is much more ambiguous than other fics but it’s lovely all the same. 

A Dragon Moves Amongst Us by silverducks (T rating, 51,859 words)

Sif finds herself in trouble when she encounters a dragon and her feelings are twisted, cruel things. Get pretty angsty in there.

Moment of Accord by fauness (G rating, 2701 words)

Loki and Sif take a vacation. Reminds me a bit of the cabin scene from After the Fall.

Star Bodies by M_Leigh (G rating, 13,477 words)

Sif and Loki grow up together. His insecurities break everything apart. 

What Grows Beneath the Nettle by LizardBeth (M rating, 21,737 words)

Post-canon, lovely little multichapter detailing Loki’s rule disguised as Odin and Sif’s discovery.

Kingsverse (series) by nayanroo (T rating, 300,000 words)

In progres series. After Thor’s banishment, Loki takes the throne and Frigga arranges a marriage. Should be read in order starting with Fundamental Forces.

Hopefully you find yourself immersed in some of my favorite stories with great world building and enjoy all the depth and richness this little ship has to offer.

Snippet Sunday!  This chapter of Relativity is coming along nicely.  Hopefully it’ll be done soon and you can all hate me again.

For now, though, something cute.

Turning her head Sif slid her lips along his jaw until Loki twisted and kissed her, one hand burying itself in her hair.  The heat in their kiss reassured her.

“Should we not be discussing how we are going to slowly take Director Fury apart?” she asked when they pulled apart.  Loki shook his head, pushing his face into her hair.

“There will be time for that,” he said. “Later.”

Snippet Sunday, from Chapter 3 of Relativity (because you all deserve more than six sentences).

A reminder that I am in class and working full-time, so the amount of free time I have to write has been dramatically cut.  I’ll try to make it less than a month between chapters, though.  I know a lot of you really want to know what happens next.

“We know there is a traitor working against us in Asgard who is arming and aiding criminals here, using knowledge of the Tesseract and other things only a few people have access to,” Sif replied quietly.  “And Fury has not proven himself trustworthy.  He is not the one we seek, but I cannot bring myself to give him every detail of our plans, either.”

“You think this is connected somehow?”

“I do not know.”  Sif locked the door of the guest suite behind them and leaned against it for a moment, taking a breath.  The door was solid at her back, and with the world shifting like sand under her, it was comforting to feel something so sturdy.  “But it cannot be ruled out.”

“I do not like this,” Thor rumbled, his voice like low thunder in the distance.  “I do not like not knowing who to trust.”

“Neither do I, Thor.”  Sif sighed, feeling the absence of Loki keenly now.  He was reviled by some for his furtive ways, but he would have known what to do in a heartbeat, while she could only use what she’d learned from him as best she could.  “But we do what we must.”