*wakes up in cold sweat*i’m late @frostedfflakes HAPP BIRTH, I THOUGHT I WOULD HAVE SPARE TIME YESTERDAY TO DRAW THIS AND STILL POST IT IN THE SAME DAY BUT APPARENTLY NO, I’M SO SORRY HGFDSDCFGK I HOPE YOU LIKE IT AT LEAST
I finally had the inspiration to write something for Loki and it turned out to be smut. Maybe there will be a part 2 (more Loki smut!), but I am not sure yet. Let me know what you think please, because I really struggle writing for him.
The music in the club in Germany is loud and Y/N is just sitting at the
bar drinking a glass of red wine while her friends are out somewhere on the
She isn’t really a fan of clubs like this but her friends are and she
doesn’t want to be alone tonight so she went with them only now she is alone at
the club’s bar.
She turns around and tries to spot her friends only it is to dark inside
so she can’t see anything. With a sign, she turns back around to the bar only
to bump with her knee to the knee of the man who just sat next to her.
‘Sorry’ she mumbles before taking a sip of her drink and looking at the
glass nothing paying any attention to the guy next to her.
Things that took me way too long to learn about colour theory
-colours are nothing but RELATIVE -neutral backgrounds. NEUTRAL BACKGROUNDS. they make your colours pop because COLOUR. RELATIVITY. -rim light are a cheat sheet for making awe-worthy art -on that note, DON’T DROWN YOUR DRAWINGS IN RIM LIGHT. LESS IS MORE. -light purple + ‘multiply’ = BEAUTIFUL SHADOWS -hell any light colour + ‘multiply’ = bam you have atmospheric shadows -orange/yellow light + blue/purple shadows (because our instinctual reference for light… is the sun. which is yellow/orange. and blah blah blah something light physics blah blah it makes the shadows the opposite colour, so opposite of yellow/orange sunlight is purple/blue shadows). I mean it’s a nice default but it’s not set-in-stone and other colour palettes add mood so GO ON WITH YOUR COOL LIGHTS AND WARM SHADOWS