perplexingly
perplexingly:

chameleonboater:

reblog
perplexingly:

A give away gift for undevilbicho!

Note: Enjoltaire! (not sure if perplexingly intended for this to be though, but ohfantine read it as such, and my heart soared when I saw this) 
Second note: Kym, your shipping is getting to me. 
Third note: I think this is an Arthurian non-canon ship, shipping Mordred and (Sir) Galahad, but I think they have been recharacterised by perplexingly in her original works, but I haven’t had the chance to read them yet, so I have no idea how to correct what I noted. 

UM actually undevilbicho sent me references without saying the characters’ names (and I forgot to ask so I didn’t tag it as anything sdgk;;) but considering that undevilbicho is (was?) in les mis fandom (and also everyone who reblogs decides them to be e/r) I suppose they are Grantaire and Enjolras but idk idk
About that part about Mordred and Galahad, you know, there isn’t *exactly* any canon for Arthuriana (to the point that you can’t even pinpoint the first work with which Arthuriana started) so they actually can look any way at all and, well, since there isn’t exactly a single canon…. there’s no saying that Galahad/Mordred can’t be canon COUGHS  SORRY
ANYWAY I wanted to reblog this work with a comment to uhh recognize one thing about my drawings (well, maybe not this one since this one’s for a single specific person but BUT inspired by this one since I’ve seen several people being confused about whether they can tag this drawing as les mis or not) I usually draw fanarts so the characters are easily recognizable, when I don’t do fanarts the characters are usually random ones but anyway I want to make an Official Statement! I strongly believe in the Death of the Author, so even if my intention is to draw some original characters but you want to interpret them as characters from some book, bless you, A+ interpretation, do continue

this is beautiful :)

perplexingly:

chameleonboater:

reblog

perplexingly:

A give away gift for undevilbicho!

Note: Enjoltaire! (not sure if perplexingly intended for this to be though, but ohfantine read it as such, and my heart soared when I saw this) 

Second note: Kym, your shipping is getting to me. 

Third note: I think this is an Arthurian non-canon ship, shipping Mordred and (Sir) Galahad, but I think they have been recharacterised by perplexingly in her original works, but I haven’t had the chance to read them yet, so I have no idea how to correct what I noted. 

UM actually undevilbicho sent me references without saying the characters’ names (and I forgot to ask so I didn’t tag it as anything sdgk;;) but considering that undevilbicho is (was?) in les mis fandom (and also everyone who reblogs decides them to be e/r) I suppose they are Grantaire and Enjolras but idk idk

About that part about Mordred and Galahad, you know, there isn’t *exactly* any canon for Arthuriana (to the point that you can’t even pinpoint the first work with which Arthuriana started) so they actually can look any way at all and, well, since there isn’t exactly a single canon…. there’s no saying that Galahad/Mordred can’t be canon COUGHS  SORRY

ANYWAY I wanted to reblog this work with a comment to uhh recognize one thing about my drawings (well, maybe not this one since this one’s for a single specific person but BUT inspired by this one since I’ve seen several people being confused about whether they can tag this drawing as les mis or not) I usually draw fanarts so the characters are easily recognizable, when I don’t do fanarts the characters are usually random ones but anyway I want to make an Official Statement! I strongly believe in the Death of the Author, so even if my intention is to draw some original characters but you want to interpret them as characters from some book, bless you, A+ interpretation, do continue

this is beautiful :)

elfberry

hoechlinth:

Since it doesn’t look like anyone’s getting arrested today what do you say we put sex back on the table?

Sterek AU: Stiles is excited to finally get to do some real undercover work. All he has to do is seduce a man into agreeing to pay to have sex with him. Shouldn’t be too hard… right?

Derek is part of an ongoing investigation into a human trafficking ring. Tonight he has the fun job of rounding up sex workers to see if any of them have any information on their bosses. 

This is what happens when people don’t read their inter-agency memos. Chaos. 

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