prompt: the party is slowly drifting away, not from each other, but from Will. And Will can tell bc he's not dumb. He can tell that the tension in the air becomes thick when he walks in on them talking bc the Party is always nervous they'll say something bc Will is 'fragile' He noticed that El has kind of taken his spot as his player in D&D. He's just so lonely. But one day when they do ask him to hang out he's says no bc Richie has already asked him to do something and they all low key fight.
this is gonna be a heartbreaker but lets make this kickass, shall we~?
Roman: “Look, what you did was terrible. You hurt my friends and me… But I’ve been thinking. And you remind me of Virgil.”
Roman: “Yes. All my life I thought he was the villain I have to fight. That I have to protect the others and Thomas from him. But it turned out, he just wanted to be heard… and be accepted. And after we started doing so, he turned out to be a good guy. So I want to do the same with you.”
Mephisto: “… …”
Roman: “… Marmelade seems to trust you. So I want to trust you, too. You are my negative side… But maybe… I just have to accept you. I have to accept all of myself. What do you say? Are you willing to stop hurting my friends?”
I hit a bit of a follower milestone today, so I thought I’d share with you guys my very first bit of fan art.
This is a pencil sketch, probably from sometime in January 2017. It was just a scribble in a notebook; I never planned on sharing it, and I had nobody to share it with. I drew it because I love these characters, and I wanted to see what they would look like if they came straight from me, from my hands, onto the page.
When I figured out that I could digital paint, that curiosity took on a whole new level; now I could play with colour, texture, shade, and light. I could place these characters into new situations, change their character with a few brush strokes, explore their lives in binary ink. It was a wild feeling, and still is. That curiosity is a huge part of my motivation to create.
But I wouldn’t have kept painting on curiosity alone, not if all that met my work was silence. It was, and is, you guys–each and every one of you who messages me, sends me asks, reblogs with sweet tags, replies to my work–who give me the will to keep painting, pushing myself, and trying new things.
I cannot thank you guys enough for being here, for being so incredibly supportive of me as I venture into new territories, and for making me feel so loved. You all mean so much to me. ♥