my stuff: kc

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a series of unlikely crossovers

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Robo-Boy

Hiro Hamada, a young robotics prodigy and superhero is suddenly grounded from all his projects and duties when there’s an accident in one of the labs at school resulting in the teen loosing his right arm.

For a while, it was hard getting used to using one arm and being prevented from doing what he loved, and he started to wonder if he’d ever be able to do the things he used to, but the boy bounced back eventually. With lots of hard work and determination, Hiro managed to piece together a very sturdy, functional and ‘cool’ new prosthetic arm that he worked hard on perfecting to work with his own muscles and move like his real arm. It’s stronger too.

Once he’s mastered controlling his new arm and fixing any minor bugs, he’s back in action, eager to start creating new amazing inventions and join his team to protect his city.

He also finally earns his very own nickname from Fred, who now lovingly calls him ‘Robo-Boy’, or just ‘Robo’.

[art and idea by me]

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Because Magic! in which Caroline is a witch and Klaus is her familiar

Caroline Forbes had always been a cat person, and yet her and cats simply didn’t get along. Her mother had a cat as familiar, a beautiful ginger ball of fluff named Millicent. Caroline loved Millicent, but Millicent hated Caroline.
It took Care years to accept that she would never have a cat for a familiar, the animals simply couldn’t stand her.

Years later Caroline happened upon a gray wolf as she was collecting flowers in the woods, she didn’t expect the animal to grow a liking for her. And she certainly didn’t expect the animal to grow on her and to become her familiar; and yet that is exactly what happened.

The gray wolf (she called him Zircon, after a gemstone used for protection and to drive away evil spirits) lived with her in the small village close to the woods she called home. Caroline was one of the young witches belonging to the small town’s coven, which mainly practiced nature based spells and was infamous for its experimentation with potions.

And brewing potions she loved. 
It was the reason Caroline moved into the small town in the first place. She regularly experimented with potions, she revelled in testing out the effects certain spells had on potions and how her potions worked when she used them in combinations with certain crystals.

But quite a few of Caroline’s experiments went wrong; just like the one in which she involved the stone zircon, hoping to be able to use it’s protection properties to strengthen her healing potion. But the result of the experiment was a success nonetheless. Because as it turns out, Caroline turned her beloved familiar into a man, who had been cursed to live as a wolf several centuries ago.

All Human - in which Nik and Care are a photographer and his favourite model

“Kiss me,” Caroline whispered, smiling as she leaned back, her lower lip between her teeth.

“Gladly,” Nik replied, his hand on her waist as he rolled them around until he hovered above her, the sunlight flooding the white hotel room as he leaned in.

“You’re beautiful,” he mumbled as he looked at her from close up, his tousled curls partially covering his eyes as Caroline giggled, the bed sheets entangled with their bare bodies.

She wrapped her arms around his neck, pulling him in until their lips met.

“I never want this to end,” she mumbled against his lips, her eyes closed as the sun warmed their skin through the glass wall to the left of the bed.

“I won’t let it,” Nik replied, pecking the tip of her nose.

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Some Altean headcanons of mine.

(Please feel free to use this body mark ref sheet for your own art, just be sure to give credit for the designs and tag me! I wanna see all the pretty Alteans!)

The Altean people have marks over their whole body, though royalty, such as King Alfor or Princess Allura, or someone who works closely with royalty, such as Coran, it’s very rare that they show off these marks. It’s consider to be more ‘proper’ if you cover them up. This is why their outfits do a pretty good job at covering up. (even their necks)

The markings are very similar for both male and female Alteans, though there can be minor differences. The males’ body marks often are sharper, thicker… almost boxy? Whereas the females’ body marks are usually thinner, curvier, more ‘feminine’. However that’s not always the case. Everyone’s marks, as similar as they seem at first glance, are always just a little different.

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        a series of unlikely crossovers