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The Wager - Part 3

Originally posted by adorkably-mischievous

Warnings: None at all

A/N: This is a shorter part but it’s fluffy and adorable because you know what, there’s not enough fluffy Logan! Yes he’s kind of an ass and yes he probably kinda is a jerk but I think he’s a character that has the opportunity to change cuz like most of us daddy issues. Actually have no idea if this is reflected in his character on the show anymore cuz i haven’t watched Westworld since November, its just the background story I’ve decided to live for him ha ha! At least in my head…..either way enjoy

Read the previous Part here


Logan watched you carefully as you chatted enthusiastically to the older couple beside you, sipping your coffee occasionally as you droned on about how you were able to see the great master chef himself bake the buttery croissants placed in front of you all. He knew the smile creeping on his face was a result of the way your eyebrows furrowed together as you listened intently to the older man drone on about how the community had changed, the way you licked your lips before taking a sip of your latte, the way you absentmindedly pushed your hair out of your face.

He had it bad. He knew he did and yet he couldn’t stop himself from pushing further into it. You had every right to call him out on his newfound affection. Though you were both comfortable with each other and you always tried to cuddle with him while you both mindlessly watched Netflix, he never crossed the line, respecting the men you decided to have in your life. 

But you were free now and he had started to notice small things. Like your perfume. The way it mingled with your shampoo when he was near. He wanted to bury himself in it. Then the way your skin felt, smooth and soft. He could spend hours worshiping it. Wanted to spend hours memorizing every inch of it.

You laughed, redirecting his attention and he groaned internally.

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how to commission a character you don’t have a reference for

Generally when you commission art, if you have some reference image, you can just go “hey, can you draw [this character] doing [action]/wearing [clothing]?” Straightforward.

Naturally it’s trickier if you don’t have a reference, but it’s possible and I’m gonna list off a host of tips and tricks I’ve learned and talk about what I’ve been receptive to when doing character design.

Check below the read more, or feel free to comment what tips you have.

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Muddle Designs needs to get off the ground somehow.

I am not comfortable, however, in taking money donations.

So I’m going to take donations in another way.

If you are interested in helping Muddle Designs, you can donate fabric!

  • Send two yards of fabric (one yard each of two different kinds of cotton print) and you will get the first animal to be cut and sewn from the fabric you donate.

It could be a giraffe, an elephant, maybe even a new animal not yet seen by anyone else!  Meaning you get the first one ever!  (Unless you have a specific animal you want that’s in my pattern library, which you just have to tell me.)

Why one yard each of two different cotton prints?  Because each stuffed animal takes two colors.  So to make you the first animal, I would need two types of fabric.  So choose two that you like together.

If fabric isn’t your choice, or you want an animal that isn’t yet patterned out, you can do a different kind of donation. 

  • Send me Poly-Fil stuffing (or generic non-name brand polyester stuffing,) and I’ll give you a discount code to use in our store.  The larger the amount, the larger the discount.  Just tell me if there’s a type of animal you’d like to see that isn’t there yet, and I’ll work on that pattern.

If you are interested in either of these two donations, please send an email to muddledesigns@gmail.com, and we’ll start the process!

Much thanks!