prince of peace!!!

here’s all the art I did for the Great Comet cast!!

I’m going to see the show the Saturday before Groban leaves

catch me at the imperial theatre stage door *finger guns*

What your favorite great comet/war and peace character says about you
  • Pierre Bezukhov: awkward and nerdy emo kid from 2006. Probably had a napoleon phase (or a french rev phase at least).
  • Anatole Kuragin: Probably has a crush on Lucas Steele
  • Sonya Rostova, Marya Bolkonsky: A kind and beautiful baby
  • Nikolai Rostov: Gay and loves to complain
  • Hélène Kuragina Bezukhova: Uses terms like "slay" and "queen" a lot probably
  • Andrei Bolkonsky: Has read War and Peace and cries a lot
  • Natasha Rostova: You're lovable but also probably a complete mess
  • Fedya Dolokhov: You are a very dedicated shipper probably are most attached to the musical (over the miniseries or book)
  • Boris Drubetskoy: a) You're Anna Mikhailovna or b) crush on Aneurin Barnard
  • Vaska Denisov: You probably have a very pure heart and are a rare wonderful person however no one knows because you're too busy on your 45th reread of war and peace.
  • Napoleon Bonaparte: You're Count Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy. Sir if you just wanted to write one long Napoleon fanfiction why didn't you?
  • Marya Dmitrievna Akhrosimova: You're a docile nerd who dreams of being or being around a Dragon Lady like Marya. You love her as much as you fear her.
  • Ippolit Kuragin, Balaga: You're fucking weird.
  • Anna Pavlovna: Wine mom
  • Prince Bolkonsky, Prince Vassily: I don't believe you're real I think you're just curious what this says about someone.

“I used to have seizures when I was young. My mother and father didn’t know what to do or how to handle it, but they did the best they could with what little they had. My mother told me one day I walked into her and said, ‘Mom, I’m not going to be sick anymore,’ and she said ‘Why?’ and I said, ‘Because an angel told me so.’ Now, I don’t remember saying it, that’s just what she told me.“ 

- Prince

Have you considered...

The first time Pidge and Lotor square off she calls him ‘Pretty Boy.’

Cue Lotor’s brain momentarily short-circuiting long enough for PIdge to land a sick left hook across his face. 

Cue Lotor wanted to die as he see Pidge flash that smug, triumphant smile we all know and love.

Cue Lotor becoming instantly WHIPPED for the Green Paladin of Voltron.  

, Rest in Frickin’ Pieces Lotor…

Helen McCrory on Alan Rickman:

“We met in 2008, on the set of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, when Helena [Bonham Carter] and I were playing the Lestrange sisters, and Helena, Alan and I were making a spell “to the death” together.

Though he was brilliant in the part, he wasn’t so method that he swished around in his large black robe in between takes. Instead we’d have a coffee and a giggle – he has a naughty sense of humour – and I’d say, “So, what’s your power again?”“


War and Peace Notebook Spam Part 2: Physical Descriptions

I’m gonna dump all my notes on descriptors here if anyone wants them for reference.

Pierre Bezukhov: “Enormously large”- “abnormally” tall, enormously fat and quite broad. An awkward, clumsy body. Massive hands. Spectacles for myopic eyes. A warm,genuine and childlike smile. Joyful, friendly eyes.

Andrei Bolkonsky: Stern faced, handsome. “Slight build” (described in the context of surprising physical durability despite his slight build) and often called a “little man” by other characters despite the narration describing him as a man of medium height. Dark haired. Clean shaven. Though he does not often smile, in spare moments of warmth he has a wonderful smile.

Natasha Rostova: Pretty, black hair and eyes. Thin waist and limbs. Her liveliness brightens an unextraordinary beauty- she is not the prettiest but her vivid spirit makes her very attractive. Large, soft mouth.

Anatole Kuragin: Tall, handsome and foppish. Big, beautiful eyes. Dark brows. Blonde hair, curled and pomaded. Easygoing smile. Big and sturdy. Moves loosely and sits spread out.

Hélène Bezukhova: Frighteningly beautiful. Plump. Dark haired. Classical shoulders. Serene smile that she gives everyone. Dark shining eyes. Tall. Large, and well shaped marble-like bust.

Fyodor Dolokhov: “A not very tall man with clear blue eyes and a sober expression.” Curly haired, clean shaven. “The lines of his mouth were remarkably finally curved. In the middle upper lip came down on the lower lip in a sharp wedge am at the corner something like two smiles were constantly formed, one on each side.” “Firm, insolent, intelligent gaze.” “Trim” body. Fair haired.

Nikolai Rostov: Dark, curly hair. Handsome face with a mustache. “Dashing” looks. Not very tall. “An open expression of the face.”

Marya Dmitrievna Akhrosimova: Very tall. Curly gray hair. 51 years old in 1805.

Marya Bolkonskaya: Plain features, skin predisposed to blotchy blushing. Beautiful, luminous, and large, kind eyes.

Nikolai Bolkonsky I: Old, small. Dresses as the “King of Prussia,” in the fashion of the previous century. Thick, “beetling” brows and curious, intelligent eyes.

Lise Bolkonskaya: Dark hair. Pretty and small, though she becomes heavier and plainer as she grows more pregnant. A little upper lip with a hint of a mustache which rises, staying parted to reveal white teeth.

Sonya Rostova: A diminutive brunette with big, dark lashed brown eyes and a long, dark braid wrapped around her head. Lean, gracefully muscular arms. Catlike.

Natalya Rostova, the elder: A tired looking woman with an “oriental face,” who has bore twelve children. Thin gray hair.

Ippolit Kuragin: Looks strikingly like his sister, only with an ugliness which comes from his expression, clouded with stupidity. Weak, skinny body with limbs which assume awkward positions.

Vera Rostova: Cold, handsome face.

Vaska Denisov: Unusually short, dark, curly haired and disheveled man with a genial smile and dark eyes.

Boris Drubetskoy: Handsome, tall and blond. Calm and even features. Very narrow and slender.

Amélie Bourienne: Blonde, beautiful and tall.

Vassily Kuragin: Bald.

after more than 10 years i’m reading War and Peace again and i’m absolutely in love with prince Andrei Bolkonsky, again. ok hear me, i’ve finished first book in 3 days. i’m reading Russian classics (and keep in mind, it’s Leo Tolstoy who’s had a habit to write a sentence the size of a paragraph) as if it’s some kind of YA literature haha i literally can’t stop reading.

also, i haven’t read any books in russian for 4-5 years maybe and damn it’s so worth it