I love your comparison piece on Lily and Ginny, and your little rant explaining their expressions running together. However, this expression is definitely how I pictured Lily. Ginny, however mirthful and spunky and absolutely ADORABLE as she is, doesn't have the same sophisticated and prim face as Lily, at least in my mind. the point: I like this
He was always awesome!!! I'm getting non-Potterheads confused... James is my favourite character (from any book, tied with Percy and Harry, even) and he barely has any page time at all. I don't know why, but it's really amusing to see how baffled they are by it.
omg i love you and i love your art, you like inspire me to draw and practice even though i suck, but im not that bad at writing, it would mean a lot to me if you checked it out, especially since i dedicated it to you, (why lily changed her mind) plus i also wondered the same thing that you wondered. Like i said I ADORE THIS along with your other pictures. Just gives me hope for love and just everything! ([link])
Lily groaned. Partnered with Potter in Charms...she wasn't sure if she'd survive. She braced herself when Flitwick finished overviewing their project and she turned towards James. There was a small intake of breath as she saw a pair of hazel eyes looking up at her.
James was sprawled across the desk, a goofy smile plastered on his face, his head resting against his hand on his elbow. Lily hadn't noticed how dark James' eyes were, or how wide his smile was...
She supposed that he had been deflating his overly-large ego. And being Head Boy seemed to have done wonders to his sense of responsibility. So why did it seem that Lily Evans had never noticed how much she loved the silly, Quidditch playing, James Potter?
*Again, going through my favorites. I wrote this on the spot, because your pictures tell so many stories to me. I hope you enjoy!
I don't know, I think that James was "into her" but not in a traditional, let's get married and a son who saves the world, kind of way. But I bet it was mutual when they both actually "fell" for each other.
well, when i was in grade school, i took some art classes at a community college where my dad taught. but i was so young, i'm not sure if i really retained anything...lol. actually, that's a lie. we just learned mostly the basics, but it was really helpful nonetheless. i think it really helped that i started so early, as well.
then, more recently, i took a painting class with acrylics and oils. which was amazing, but we basically did landscapes.
i have taken art classes at my high school, but they're just history stuff. so, in answer to your question, i honestly haven't done that much formally.
i have a few books my dad bought me though, that help with anatomy and show tricks of the trade. so that might be part of it...
dood, my answer is so long! did anything i said go RIGHT over your head? haha.