pink had never been
eponine’s colour. it was too garish, too sickly, too sweet, too
tender, it was too most things. eponine felt far more at home in greys,
blacks, reds and golds – bold, but not too much of anything. cosette delighted in pinks of all shades but especially pastel pinks
that seemed to intensify how soft and warm her complexion was, eponine
noted. after cosette moved in, pink began to drip through their home, from cushions to bed
linen, make-up to toothbrushes. with every pink item that made its
way to eponine, cosette smiled. cosette smiled at pink and that’s how
eponine decided pink was her favourite colour.
astronaut!jess x space girl!rey from that au of mine bc i had to draw it.
(contemporary spacesuits are ugly things but singularity-esque rey was fun! i wanna draw more of this au…)
[description: fanart of jessika pava and rey from star wars: the force awakens in a contemporary spacegirl/astronaut au. jess is floating in space in a white spacesuit with orange details. on her sleeve there is a nasa patch, a singapore flag patch, and a british flag patch. there is a tether attached to the front of her suit and a large pack on her back with various switches and knobs. her face is visible through the glass of her helmet, and she is smiling brightly. floating upside down above her is rey, curled almost in fetal position, her entire naked form made up of stars, making her almost transparent against the stars and milky way in the background. her ears are slightly pointed and her hair is in her usual three buns, strands floating free around her head. her hand is pressed to the curve of jess’ helmet, and she is kissing the glass.]
Virago Art Challenge 2016, Day 4
“Bahorel was a vigorous fellow, a beast of a man who always had enough energy for yet another street brawl. Hairy, red-faced, and massively hulking, he resembled nothing so much as an enraged bull looking to gore someone, anyone.”
Granted, this description was not made while Bahorel was naked, but hey.
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“I walked away. It was the most difficult thing I ever had to do, but in a way I’m glad it happened.”
“You’re still a Jedi, Ferus.”
“No,” Ferus said slowly. “I’m not.”
– Last of the Jedi: The Desperate Mission