An astute question, Polly.
I HAVE REAL THINGS I NEED TO BE DOING GODDAMMIT.
Anyway, this is for Fire and Hemlock by Diana Wynne Jones and I’m absurdly proud of this one. If you haven’t read this book, I have no idea why the hell not, they just came out with new covers and everything so go read them.
“To love someone enough to let them go, you had to let them go forever, or you did not love them that much.”
How much do I love Fire & Hemlock? This quote is why.
Sophie Hatter’s assessment of Howl to the King of Ingary.
HOWL’S MOVING CASTLE by Diana Wynne Jones
Coloring the Howl and Sophie sketch!
Using the last of my spring break to have some fun with my trusty ol’ markers! I’ve neglected them for so long that I barely remember the colors and numbers;;; Really, nothing beats the feel of traditional media and the stinging smell of ethanol ink ( ꒪﹃ ꒪)
Gorgeous Howl +Sophie fanart. #dwj2012
I wanted to draw something completely stress free to try and relax, but I couldn’t think of what
Then I remembered Softowl’s post about how there isn’t enough Diana Wynne Jones fanart and I remembered how much I love those books
So here’s Kit from the Derkholm series.
I adore Dark Lord of Derkholm. Run out and buy it if you haven’t had the pleasure of reading it. #dwj2012
I’ve had this quote taped up to my computer for several years now — Gili Bar-Hillel:
You don’t like fairy stories. Have you read them?” Said Mr. Lynn. Polly was forced to shake her head. “Please read them,” said Mr. Lynn. “Only thin, weak thinkers despise fairy stories. Each one has a true, strange fact hidden in it, you know, which you can find if you look.”