Between making the Kanas today, I was able to squeeze in an Ignatius edit for myself…

I find it hilarious that my smallest unit, Annette, who’s 4′8″, married Benny. Gunter, too, but Benny is funnier.

She seems to get smaller every time I use her sprites like this, considering earlier today:

Anyways, once I finish up the male Kanas, I’m going to try and finish the last requests in my inbox since closing prompts. I’ve been working on them a bit, I just wanted to get the Kanas done. I might work on some other children in between.

heavensson  asked:

also think about what fictional character you would marry while i try to sleep

{{ So I bat for both teams and trying to pick just one character drove me up a wall so I made a list… or two… because the characters I love are horrible problematic characters that usually kill things or are emotionally unstable but I wouldn’t marry them

SO IN PICKING I was thinking like who would I share finances with and who would love me and who would I be able to deal with for a long period of time and if you look closely you’ll see a horrible trend and omg I’m shameless. 

SO SEE BELOW THE CUT FOR A GLIMPSE INTO MY HORRID CHOICE IN MEN AND WOMEN. They are in no particular order and I am 100% willing to give explanations. }}

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I must confess...

After all these years of reading Harry Potter and watching the movies, I’m in love.

I’m not just in love with the story. I’m in love with the characters. I love Ron, Harry, Draco, Neville, Fred, and George. If any of them asked, I’d marry them in a heartbeat. They’re each unique characters that spend the series figuring out who they are and what they believe in (except the twins). Each bring some essential piece of the story alive in their own way. They may or may not have perfect Prince Charming looks, but I’m more strongly attracted to their personalities any way. That’s why I love them. 

Honestly it sort of bothers me when people get all hung up on how they look. It seems every other post is, “OMG! Look at how attractive Neville became! He’s so HAAAWWWT!!1!!” Yes, he’s attractive, but that’s not why we should love him. Look at the character he played. Look at them all. Look at the man they each grew up to be. 

I think that’s part of what Rowling has taught us. We need to look beyond the cover of a book. We need to take the time to find out who a person is before we judge them–if we must judge them at all. Someone can seem the complete opposite of who they really are. It took Ron and Hermione 7 years, 7 books, to have their first kiss. Even Snape was a beautiful character. He never stopped loving Lily. 

The fact that Rowling took such time and care in developing her characters is what made them feel real. That’s part of why we all grew so attached to these books/movies. And that’s why I’m in love with the previously listed characters.

Everything about them is beautiful.