No one can tell me this wasn’t the best friendship to ever happen on YT. No one can tell me that they never got along. No one can tell me that they didn’t make the other smile/laugh and no one can tell me that they didn’t care for eachother. I owe Bryce and Ohm my life and to see them how they are now, hurts like hell. I wish them nothing but the best and I hope they can come back together sometime in the future and be friends, playing these games once more.
-This has nothing to do with their ship but their FRIENDSHIP so don’t confuse this with their ship please.
i would love to see a Blizzard animation in which Genji has trouble against a strong opponent and Hanzo makes an appearance to help him by shooting an arrow by them – not only to make his presence known, but in an attempt to distract the enemy from further harming his brother. then both Hanzo and Genji give one another the look™ and take on the opponent together.
so i designed my dream hanzo skin - a dragon one, to partially match his okami skins :’) this was in part inspired by the fic crown of horns by pocketpom (which is fantastic and updating really regularly, go check it out!)
WOW that last post got a lot of notes. Anyways, here’s some digital doodles with a lot of weird negative space, and a half done pencil sketch of a human bill cipher. (i’ve seen a lot of very… pretty human bill ciphers, and he’s supposed to be unsettling (i think) so i went for unsettling. whaddya say kids, is it worth the effort to finish it?)
Prompt from @nerdy-emo-royal-dad! I hope this is what you wanted! I’m kind of terrible with scenery descriptions.
Warning I guess?: Logan passes out, but it’s not incredibly descriptive
Logan sat slouched in the recliner he and
Virgil were fond of fighting over, book in hand and glasses on his stomach
while he read. The other three were out
in one of Roman’s make-belief worlds – Logan remembered something about elves,
but he might have misheard. They had
invited him, of course, but he had to say no.
Roman’s worlds were so
illogical that they actual drained Logan
more than he was willing to admit. While
they all had the capacity to create their own realms, and normally Logan had no
problem dealing with Patton’s “perfect world” scenarios or Virgil’s hellish
cats-are-creating-a-cult-and-conspiring-against-us nightmares, there was
something about Roman’s over-the-top dream worlds.
So, Logan stayed behind each time
they went. Stories of dragons, spells,
and close-calls intrigued the logical side, but even the conversations about
them exhausted him sometimes. He just…couldn’t
Suddenly, the front door flew open
and in walked Roman with Patton and Virgil not very far behind. “Alright, you two!” Roman exclaimed, clapping
his hands together. Logan turned around
in his seat to see what was going on. “New
rule, we don’t tell ogres they’re not pretty, even if it’s true.”
“Good to know you figured that one
out…” Virgil grumbled, pushing past Princey.
He went over to the recliner and flopped down, smirking at the squeak
that escaped Logan. “Maybe we’ll
eventually have enough rules that you won’t nearly kill us,” Virgil complained
over his shoulder, snickering slightly at the huff from Roman.
Logan smothered the pout that swelled
up in him. He had no context, and it
“Looooooogan!” Patton called. Logan groaned and rolled onto his back,
opening his eyes to see Patton hovering over top of him.
“Patton!” Logan yelped, shooting
upright. He was quick to regain
composure, muttering to himself about rudeness and how Patton hadn’t actually
“Just wanted to tell you we were
thinking about going to Roman’s kingdom for a while. You wanna come?” Patton said, reaching out a
hand and grabbing at the air. Logan
sighed and shook his head.
“Oh, come on!” Roman groaned from the
doorway. “Why are you always such a
grumpy spoil sport? Even Virgil goes!”
“It’s just not enjoyable for me –“
“Lo, it’d be fun if you came with us,”
Virgil interjected, popping up behind Roman and making the creative side
jump. “Besides, it’s gotta be even less enjoyable to be here by yourself.”
“Yeah, we’ll even let you play the
hero!” Patton added.
“Wait – we will?”
Logan looked from eager face to eager
face, sighing and dropping his head. He
didn’t have much of a choice. They all
wanted him to come…maybe it wouldn’t be so bad this time? Surely Roman had more control, now.
Logan was wrong. So very, very wrong. Only 20 minutes into being in Roman’s kingdom
and he felt the same exhaustion as he’d felt last time. If anything, it was worse. His knees felt wobbly, his arms were like
spaghetti noodles, and there was this ringing in his ears that drove him nuts.
But, he was a good actor. He was
apart of Thomas, after all.
“Onward!” Roman shouted, sword
drawn. They all four marched forward,
Logan taking up the caboose. A visit
with a family of fairies later, and Logan just wanted to sit down for a
“You OK, Logan?” Virgil asked,
reaching over to take one of the logical side’s hands. “You don’t look too good…”
“I’m fine,” Logan said.
It took about four more “I’m fine”s
for Logan to finally admit that he was, in fact definitely not fine. And the only reason he admitted it was
because he suddenly woke up on the chocolate walking path with Patton and
Virgil on either side of himself, and Roman in front of him. He’d collapsed. Oops.
“Let’s get him home…” Patton said,
lifting the logical side up. Logan
groaned, but he couldn’t protest too much.
Patton held onto him as tightly as he could, reassuring the other two
and speaking as calmly as he could as they headed home.
Logan apparently had either passed
out again, or he’d fallen asleep.
Judging by the fact that no one was fussing over him again, he went with
sleep. Patton had put him in his bed and
tucked him in, which Logan found sweet.
The scent of lavender filled his nose and made him smile, knowing it was
silly that Patton decided this was a good time to use the anti-monster spray.
When Logan came downstairs, he found
the other three in the commons room all sat around talking. Roman spotted him first and propelled himself
out of his seat to meet the logical side.
“You nerd! You had us all worried sick!” Roman shouted,
yanking Logan into a tight, tight hug.
Logan stumbled back, still not
completely steady on his feet. “I apologize…”
he mumbled, leaning into the hug and uncrossing his arms.
“Logan, why didn’t you tell us you
were feeling sick?” Patton asked.
“I didn’t want to ruin all of your
adventure…” Logan mumbled. Roman walked
him over to the sofa, flopping down beside him.
“I never go on those adventures or quests because they are so illogical
and impossible that they drain me…”
“You could’ve told us that,” Virgil said. “We could’ve gone to Puppy World
instead. Or even Lizard Land, since you
Remember, reality is an illusion, the universe is a hologram, buy gold, bye!“
Have you ever gotten really unsettled because of something you were drawing but then drew more of it because you were unsettled? That was pretty much me @ those teeth. Anyways… Here’s a more finished version of that human bill cipher! uh. I might have gotten carried away with it.