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“i only fell in love with angela because i felt like i was supposed to.”

“i’ve know shawn almost his entire life and i’ve never seen his eyes sparkle like that.”

“the only person who could change your life to things are going pretty good right now to AAAHHH!”

THESE WERE SUPPOSED TO BE ANGELA’S BEST FUCKING FRIENDS! 

FUCK SHAWN BECAUSE HE KNEW HE LOVED ANGELA. ANGELA HELPED HIM BECOME AN ARTIST. SHE WAS HIS MUSE. ANGELA HELPED HIM TRUST PEOPLE, BE IN A RELATIONSHIP WITHOUT FEAR, AND PRETTY MUCH BECOME STRONGER. SUPPOSED TO??? HE FELT LIKE HE WAS SUPPOSED TO????????

FUCK TOPANGA. ANGELA WAS HER BEST FUCKING FRIEND. ANGELA WAS THE ONE THERE DURING HER PARENTS’S DIVORCE. SHE WAS THERE WHEN SHE DIDN’T KNOW IF SHE COULD LOVE CORY AGAIN. SHE WAS THERE TO HELP HER OUT. WHAT DO YOU MEAN YOU’VE NEVER SEEN SHAWN’S EYES FUCKING SPARKLE??? THEN YOU CLEARLY DIDN’T NOT PAY ATTNETION TO THE LAST THREE FUCKING SEASONS!

FUCK CORY! ACTING LIKE ANGELA WAS GOING TO RUIN SHAWN’S LIFE. BITCH HIS LIFE WOULD STILL BE RUINED IF IT WASN’T FOR ANGELA! DON’T TRY ME. SHE WAS HIS BEST FRIEND TOO.

THEY WERE ALL BEST FRIENDS AND THEY ACTED AS IF SHE WAS JUST ONE OF SHAWN’S EX. BITCH BYE.

FUCK THE FUCKING WRITERS!

anonymous asked:

Hey! Are there any fics where Derek is an artist and Stiles is his muse? Like Derek loves painting Stiles or taking pictures of him or something like that. Thanks :)

We can handle that. - Anastasia

Originally posted by bwgifcollector

On and On and On by alisvolatpropiis

(1/1 I 2,492 I Explicit I Sterek)

Heart pounding with anticipation and excitement, Derek tosses aside the towel he was using to dry his hair and drops his knees to the bed, running his hands up Stiles’ calves. They’re thin but muscular, pale, dusted with dark hair. Derek knows the exact curve and feel of them quite well by know – after all, he’s drawn Stiles countless times, painted him over and over, snapped hundreds of photographs. Derek has memorized every detail of Stiles’ gorgeous body, but he still can never get enough of exploring him; each touch, each kiss, feels as wondrous and new as it does familiar.

Golden Ratio by umbralillium

(1/1 I 5,209 I Teen I Sterek)

Derek gets distracted by a professor holding class on the lawn. Then an art bomb drops on him and Things Happen.

The Scheming Rhymes of Romance by sofonisba_found

(5/5 I 23,986 I Mature I Sterek I High School AU)

Stiles currently was, and had been, Derek’s poetic muse for years. Not that Stiles was really all that aware of that fact.

But when Stiles does find out about it their senior year of high school, he’s pretty okay with it.

Alright, so he is definitely a lot more than okay with it.

A story in which Derek writes copious amounts of poetry, Stiles is very appreciative of said poetry as well as Derek’s smile, and all of their friends are oddly and extremely invested in seeing these two get their act together.

The View From My Window by primroseshows

(1/1 I 29,586 I Explicit I Sterek)

Derek is a glassblower on the hunt for new ideas. His assistant Scott has some artist friend named Stiles.

Every King Needs a King; Every Artist His Muse

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by InTheShadows

Sherlock has recently quit smoking once and for all - too much trouble. Needing something to do with his hands, he picks up one of his old hobbies, drawing. Or rather, he started drawing one thing in particular - John Watson. Not that John knows this of course.

Words: 2792, Chapters: 1/1, Language: English



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The Artist and His Muse

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by kupur

Bucky thinks he’s met the love of his life: a short blonde man named Steve who’s partaking in a road trip after his mother’s death and trying to live his life to the fullest.

Words: 5486, Chapters: 1/?, Language: English



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Title: Da Vinci’s Tiger | Author: L.M. Elliot
Pages: 287 | Rating: | Goodreads: X

Synopsis

The young and beautiful daughter of a wealthy family, Ginevra longs to share her poetry and participate in the artistic ferment of Renaissance Florence but is trapped in an arranged marriage in a society dictated by men. The arrival of the charismatic Venetian ambassador, Bernardo Bembo, introduces Ginevra to a dazzling circle of patrons, artists, and philosophers. Bembo chooses Ginevra as his Platonic muse and commissions a portrait of her by a young Leonardo da Vinci. Posing for the brilliant painter inspires an intimate connection between them, one Ginevra only begins to understand. In a rich and vivid world of exquisite art with a dangerous underbelly of deadly political feuds, Ginevra faces many challenges to discover her voice and artistic companionship—and to find love.

My Thoughts

This had such promise when I started it, but it turned out to be incrediblyboring. Honestly, it was so close to getting a one star rating for me and I hardly ever hand out one star ratings!

The premise is fantastic - it revolves around art, it’s historical fiction, it’s the story of a subject from one of da Vinci’s paintings. I was excited to read this, especially with the opening line of, “I beg your pardon, I am a mountain tiger.” The following 273 pages did not live up to it’s opening, though.

What saved this book from a one star rating is how incredibly well researched everything was and the fantastic descriptions and conversation of art. Truly, both of those things were amazing and I was impressed. However, it felt more like I was being TOLD all these things rather than shown. I feel like this would be a good book to read for school if a teacher is looking for a more interesting way for their students to learn about this topic. It felt like I was reading a sort of history book that bored me rather than a historical fiction novel.

With those good things aside, I have a hard time finding anything else I liked. The characters were boring and I didn’t care much about what happened to any of them at the end and the story dragged on with very little plot and hardly any tension in anything that happened. I haven’t read much historical fiction before, but I’m glad this isn’t the first I’ve read because this novel doesn’t make me want to read more.

I don’t think I’ll find myself recommending this to anyone. Those who have a lot of interest in this era or da Vinci and the painting referenced in this story may enjoy this, but even that I’m not so sure of.

Read in February 2016