Kowal

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I know what you must be thinking. “Poor little rich girl, what does she know about misery?”

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flimflammeryart:

Flavor Flav for Sketch Dailies. I need a crown like that. 5x7 gouache.

flimflammeryart:

Flavor Flav for Sketch Dailies. I need a crown like that. 5x7 gouache.

brandysmellslikechocolate:

theory: the Original Snow Queen was the one who granted (or cursed) Elsa with Ice powers. Queen Mother was lost in a wintry forest for awhile when she chanced on the Snow Queen, who conveniently was also looking for an heir to pass on her powers and become the new Snow Queen.

Partly inspired from the fanfiction 'Born or Cursed'  by TwiddledSpire. I’ve actually had this headcanon/theory for a long time now, and one of my speculation for the Plot of Frozen’s sequel is that there will be an enemy with magical powers of sorts, trying to invade Arendelle. In this case, maybe Elsa can ask the original snow queen for help…or somehting. i dunno, it’s just a nice idea

Snow Queen’s design taken from early Disney Pre-Frozen concept sketches 

BETTER THAN NOTHIN

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toerning:

I really try to keep my comments short here so I’ve just written and deleted, like, 20 paragraphs.
Basically this is the main character of a story I am not skilled enough to write, but it’s basically what happens after the big final showdown.  She’s an amalgamation of all the Chosen Ones of recent YA literature, and the story is just her, like, coping with the fact that her entire life leading up till now has been about carrying out her destiny, beating the big baddie and everything and now…she’s got to deal with living the rest of her life.  Which, as we all know, is fucking hard enough as is.
In an ideal world, Rainbow Rowell would write this. 

toerning:

I really try to keep my comments short here so I’ve just written and deleted, like, 20 paragraphs.

Basically this is the main character of a story I am not skilled enough to write, but it’s basically what happens after the big final showdown.  She’s an amalgamation of all the Chosen Ones of recent YA literature, and the story is just her, like, coping with the fact that her entire life leading up till now has been about carrying out her destiny, beating the big baddie and everything and now…she’s got to deal with living the rest of her life.  Which, as we all know, is fucking hard enough as is.

In an ideal world, Rainbow Rowell would write this. 

l-lound:

mantra: don’t say anything to yourself that Bob Ross wouldn’t say to you

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