anonymous asked:

Do you ever think about Puck and Peter Pan? I know they don't like each other in the books, but maybe they had a harsh break up or something. I know it's not canon but idk, I think of Puck as kinda bi. Just because he's been around or so long and based in Midsummer nights dream (kind of) in Athens where that was the norm for young men...just a thought. I ship Peter/Puck. Or maybe Puck and just another guy fairie.

I actually wrote a fic about this a while ago. I headcanon Puck as demi, personally.

But but but the thing is, and I touch on this in the fic–

Peter Pan forgets stuff. All the time. In the book, he forgets Tinker Bell. And Puck, like, wouldn’t talk about his feelings, or anything. So it… it would work!


But angst potential


So one of my headcanons is that one day Jack will realize he’s been pining for Bitty, and so to soothe his sad-feels he adopts a little dog.  He names her Puck.  No that’s not a Shakespeare reference, that’s a hockey reference.  She happens to be modeled after one of my work babes who was rescued from a fighting ring, and often gets scared in new places; until you put clothes on her and then she comes to life.  So I decided Puck is the same, and Chowder sends her a little shark costume. I finally decided to draw Puck. You will probably see her again…and her future sister named Pie.  

Edit: Okay thanks to the lovely and very helpful @gabricl it should now be clear. :)

10 of the Coolest Hockey Facts You Never Knew!

While you’re sitting back and enjoying the NHL season, we scouted the internet to find you some of the coolest hockey facts you probably never knew! Below is ten of the best!

1. Kris Draper was traded for just $1 in 1993 to Detroit Red Wings. Thus, he began his reputation as the “One Dollar Man” and went on to win four Stanley Cups for Detroit.

2. Even if Wayne Gretzky had never scored a single goal, he would still have more points than any other past or present hockey player. He had more career assists than any other player has total points.

3. The Slovakian women’s hockey team qualified for the 2010 Olympics by beating Bulgaria 82-0. They later lost to team Canada in Vancouver 18-0.

4. Doctors in British Columbia are banned from talking about hockey during surgery.

5. NHL does not own the Stanley Cup and any hockey team could potentially challenge for the trophy in the event of a season-long lockout.

6. There are two dozen engraving errors on the Stanley Cup including misspelling Boston as “Bqstqn”, the Toronto Maple Leafs as “Maple Leaes,” and the New York Islanders as “Ilanders.” Only one of the errors is not a spelling error. When the Oilers won the cup in 83-84, owner Peter Pocklington had his dad’s name snuck onto the team roster. The NHL caught the error later and had Basil Pocklington’s name crossed out with X’s.

7. The original Stanley Cup was only seven inches high.

8. Prior to the 1927-28 season, forward passes were not allowed in hockey.

9. When the New Jersey Devils won the Stanley Cup in 2003, goaltender, Martin Brodeur took the Cup to a movie theater and ate popcorn out of it.

10. NHL overtime was eliminated during WWII, because there were restrictions on train travel, so they couldn’t risk going long and missing the one and only train that night. It was only reinstated in 1983-84. 


So this has been a really scary week. My cat, Puck (more affectionately and commonly referred to as Puckles) became very very sick this past weekend. After many scares and about three different veterinary hospitals being absolutely wonderful and doing everything they could to save my baby, he is finally doing much, much better. However, he has been diagnosed with Anemia and Small Cell Lymphoma, a cancer that affects his intestines and causes them to not absorb nutrients effectively. We are very fortunate that this is actually a very treatable cancer for cats, but his chemotherapy and his medical bills to determine what was causing him to get so sick have shaken both my sister @whoatess and I financially. Puck will also likely need chemotherapy on and off for the rest of his (hopefully long) furry life, and I want to do my best to be able to afford that for as long as he needs. 

I’ve always considered doing a Patreon, because I have always wanted to share techniques and resources, and I love to help others improve and achieve their artistic goals, but in order to pay for Puck’s medical attention I accelerated my plans and have put it up now. I will do my absolute best to provide ample rewards to earn your patronage, but every little bit helps us in this hard time! 

I am offering Photoshop brushes, exclusive sketches and WIPs, 4 PSDs a month, private streams, tutorials, training streams, request nights, care packages, and even 1-on-1 mentorship

I’ve already put up some brushes and a PSD, and will be updating actively this week to build up an adequate resource pool for patrons. Thank you already for just reading down this far and considering helping. It hurts me so much to ask for help, but I will work so hard for all of you! 

❯❯ Support me on Patreon ❮

Tess and I will probably also be offering some sort of trinket, like postcards or charms, to offer as thanks if anyone would like to consider donating to Puck’s medical needs, but that will take us a little bit of time to set up. In the meantime though, I wanted to start being proactive immediately and offer my services. 

Thank you for your time, and even if you cannot pledge to Patreon, I really do appreciate your follows and support like crazy. I consider myself extremely lucky on so many fronts already, but that so many of you enjoy my art enough for me to consider this avenue in a time of need, it warms me already.