I think Clawdeen came out the cutest of the MH characters I’ve drawn so far. I put her in paler clothing, this is due to being hypersensory, and neons kind of burn my eyes, but I think she turned out okay anyway.
now that internet isn’t godawful I can show off how King Napstaton turned out, and I gotta say that for something I kinda had to make up on the fly due to lack of content, I think they turned out pretty okay! granted I was sweating buckets the whole time and my neck was RIDICULOUSLY itchy but radness is pain my dudes
Sadly, this is as HD as the ATLA episodes get, but I hope you give the video a shot anyway and maybe experience some of the emotions I had making it. Big thanks to @worddevourer for having this idea and my twin sister @splickedylit for consulting with me during its creation!
Song: Wait For It from Hamilton Show: Avatar - The Last Airbender
-From the back of the line, a woman made eye contact with me and announced, “Better get our shorts out!” This was the first and last interaction I had with her. I cannot think of a better one.
-A man came through my lane, purchasing a spool of floss with a dire sense of urgency. I think about him a lot now. I hope that everything turned out okay.
-I have realized that of the guests who have come through my store and recognized me from these stories, none have returned. I fear I have ruined shopping for them forever.
-An elderly man told me that he had lost his wife and that she had told him not to call her if they became separated. He spent an hour searching the store for the woman he had misplaced, scanning every aisle, entering and leaving the store multiple times. He finally left the store alone, not to return, presumably either realizing his wife was at home all along or deciding that she was ready to fend for herself.
-Several guests have decided that simply by telling me the price they want to pay, I am required to charge them that in lieu of the full price. While the majority of the time this happens, there is a reason for it, several have simply told me they did not want to pay full price and wanted me to lower it. I appreciated this tactic and will be sure to utilize it when discussing pay raises.
-A woman told me that she was unable to open our Cartwheel app. I offered to scan her items with mine to see what sales were available. Upon scanning and bagging her entire purchase I realized that, while I ran each item through Cartwheel, I had neglected to run them through the register itself. This is what we in the biz (which is what we in the biz call “the business”) call “nailing it.”
Happy Valentine’s Day! I wasn’t sure if I was going to be able to post something but I couldn’t not do something for killugon on a holiday like this <3
This was written for the wonderful @honeybitz! They sent me a message about a prompt a little bit ago and at the moment I couldn’t write it, but I got to it eventually! Thank you for always being so supportive of everything I write, I hope you enjoy this even though its a bit different then what you messaged me about ^^;
Modern High School AU
Word Count: 1928
“I accidentally passed you an embarrassing note that was meant for my best friend dON’T YOU DARE READ IT.”
The sound of his name was spoken with a voice Gon knew better than his own. Heart jumping up into his throat, Gon whirled around. His gaze immediately landed on his one and only best friend slowly making his way to where Gon stood just under the shade of the bleachers.
“Killua.” Gon smiled easily. Smiling was always like that around Killua- easy, simple. As if it was the most natural thing in the world for his lips to curl upwards after seeing those glittering blue eyes and the chaotic mess of white hair.
Killua, on the other hand, was not smiling. He glowered at Gon, hands shoved deep into the pockets of his jeans, and said shortly, “Give it back.”
Gon made a face and Killua growled, “Gon. You promised.”