super freakin good

Um. I started a new AU. I couldn’t concentrate on any other project until I got this one out. >.>;;;;; So uh yeah this was this entire week. It’s a pretty darn big post. This AU will hopefully contain itself to the one post maybe one more

Going up tomorrow night! As usual, I’ll try to get it up 8PM EST. Lemme try to stick to my own self-imposed deadline and not be 3 hours late this time! ;A;

(Genuinely curious to see if anyone can guess an AU and/or crossover of what since I’ve cropped + censored out all costume details…I’m pretty sure I haven’t let anything slip publicly…? reply to this post to let me know what you think ;D)

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*wheezes for the thousandth time*

anonymous asked:

i'd be fascinated to hear your take on 3 ways solas has changed since you started his account? and 3 ways your views on the character have changed since you first encountered him?

These are two really good questions, and I’m super happy that you decided to ask them on your own! It makes me feel really nice. Thank you!

I should begin by saying that when I made Solas, it was on a whim. I didn’t really know what I was doing ( this is my first indie ), or how to do it. I didn’t even think I’d have the guts or the ability to write Solas, let alone do it well. But I wanted to try because I really did love his character, though, at the time, most of my love was for Solavellan. That’s changed now; I just really love Solas. He may not be wholly mine, but he’s still my child.

One way he’s changed, branching off that confession, is that he has more depth to him. At first, I just wrote Solas for the fun of it and there was hardly any conflict. I didn’t really focus so much on any of his layers, but seemed to remain on his mask. He was basically just the Solas we all experience at the start of the game. I couldn’t really tell or understand why he did what he did because I never took the time to really write it out. That’s partially because I am really terrible at thinking up ideas and then writing it out in a way people can understand. So, yeah. One way he’s changed is that he has more depth. I try to explain everything he does and why he does it. I feel like I know why he makes each choice. He’s a man molded by guilt. It controls everything he does.

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Here’s 7th Year Scorpius (aka the punkest Head Boy since Teddy Lupin) just for fun!