July 29, 2014

edwarddespard:

ketunhanska:

the day I stop drawing Enjolras will be the day they sign my death certificate

And, given the quality of your work, I think we can all be grateful for that! I love his intensity and focus here - and the remarkable amount of movement you’ve managed to incorporate into this, even though he isn’t actually in motion - he’s very non-static even though he’s standing still. Gorgeous!

July 29, 2014
qichi:

oh my god finland

……..

qichi:

oh my god finland

……..

(via deusvolt)

July 29, 2014
cyan-013:

1.2.1 Le soir d’un jour de marche
Fahnestock & MacAfee

He took the main street, walked at random, slinking near the houses like a sad, humiliated man. Not once did he turn around. If he had, he would have seen the inn-keeper of the Croix de Colbas, standing in his doorway with all his guests, and the passersby gathered about him, speaking excitedly, and pointing at him; and from the looks of fear and distrust that were exchanged, he would have guessed that before long his arrival would be the talk of the whole town.
He saw nothing of all this: People weighed down with troubles do not look back; they know only too well that misfortune stalks them.

French:

Il prit la grande rue. Il marchait devant lui au hasard, rasant de près les maisons, comme un homme humilié et triste. Il ne se retourna pas une seule fois. S’il s’était retourné, il aurait vu l’aubergiste de la Croix-de-Colbas sur le seuil de sa porte, entouré de tous les voyageurs de son auberge et de tous les passants de la rue, parlant vivement et le désignant du doigt, et, aux regards de défiance et d’effroi du groupe, il aurait deviné qu’avant peu son arrivée serait l’événement de toute la ville.
Il ne vit rien de tout cela. Les gens accablés ne regardent pas derrière eux. Ils ne savent que trop que le mauvais sort les suit.

I seriously considered doing the bit with Petit-Gervais and his halo of golden hair against the light but then I had a stronger image for this one.
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cyan-013:

1.2.1 Le soir d’un jour de marche

Fahnestock & MacAfee

He took the main street, walked at random, slinking near the houses like a sad, humiliated man. Not once did he turn around. If he had, he would have seen the inn-keeper of the Croix de Colbas, standing in his doorway with all his guests, and the passersby gathered about him, speaking excitedly, and pointing at him; and from the looks of fear and distrust that were exchanged, he would have guessed that before long his arrival would be the talk of the whole town.

He saw nothing of all this: People weighed down with troubles do not look back; they know only too well that misfortune stalks them.

French:

Il prit la grande rue. Il marchait devant lui au hasard, rasant de près les maisons, comme un homme humilié et triste. Il ne se retourna pas une seule fois. S’il s’était retourné, il aurait vu l’aubergiste de la Croix-de-Colbas sur le seuil de sa porte, entouré de tous les voyageurs de son auberge et de tous les passants de la rue, parlant vivement et le désignant du doigt, et, aux regards de défiance et d’effroi du groupe, il aurait deviné qu’avant peu son arrivée serait l’événement de toute la ville.

Il ne vit rien de tout cela. Les gens accablés ne regardent pas derrière eux. Ils ne savent que trop que le mauvais sort les suit.

I seriously considered doing the bit with Petit-Gervais and his halo of golden hair against the light but then I had a stronger image for this one.

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July 28, 2014
feuilly:


1.2.13 Wilbour Translation.
"…While he wept, the light grew brighter and brighter in his mind-an extraordinary light, a light at once transporting and terrible. His past life, his first offence, his long expiration, his brutal exterior, his hardened interior, his release made glad by so many schemes of vengeance, what had happened to him at the bishop’s, his last action, this theft of forty sous from a child, a crime meaner and the more monstrous that it came after the bishop’s pardon, all this returned and appeared to him, clearly, but in a light that he had never seen before. He beheld his life and it seemed to him horrible; his soul, and it seemed to him frightful. There was, however, a softened light upon that life and upon that soul. It seemed to him that he was looking Satan by the light of Paradise.

So I’ve redrawn this about a hundred times and I’m still not happy with it but hopefully I’ll get better as the weeks go on.

feuilly:

1.2.13 Wilbour Translation.

"…While he wept, the light grew brighter and brighter in his mind-an extraordinary light, a light at once transporting and terrible. His past life, his first offence, his long expiration, his brutal exterior, his hardened interior, his release made glad by so many schemes of vengeance, what had happened to him at the bishop’s, his last action, this theft of forty sous from a child, a crime meaner and the more monstrous that it came after the bishop’s pardon, all this returned and appeared to him, clearly, but in a light that he had never seen before. He beheld his life and it seemed to him horrible; his soul, and it seemed to him frightful. There was, however, a softened light upon that life and upon that soul. It seemed to him that he was looking Satan by the light of Paradise.

So I’ve redrawn this about a hundred times and I’m still not happy with it but hopefully I’ll get better as the weeks go on.

(via vouksen)

July 27, 2014
pilferingapples:

This is fantastic— I’m really impressed by how much the blue in the eyes stands out with all those bright golds and oranges everywhere!

pilferingapples:

This is fantastic— I’m really impressed by how much the blue in the eyes stands out with all those bright golds and oranges everywhere!

(Source: revolution-suits-you)

July 26, 2014
wickedgirlssavingourselves:

Brontësaurus

wickedgirlssavingourselves:

Brontësaurus

(via bobcatmoran)

July 25, 2014
spectral-musette:

A sketch of Enjolras and Combeferre in good spirits for amour-de-tous.

spectral-musette:

A sketch of Enjolras and Combeferre in good spirits for amour-de-tous.

(via laissezferre)

July 24, 2014

darthfar:

Joly and Combeferre shopping for corpses at the local morgue. Because there are those who actually *wanted* to see this. O_o

You people. What shall I do with you all.

No doubt this post is to blame for it all.

July 23, 2014
jelee-:

i wanted to draw the old gaang but i didn’t know which outfits from which books to draw them in then i was like oh hang on

jelee-:

i wanted to draw the old gaang but i didn’t know which outfits from which books to draw them in then i was like oh hang on

(via larklet)

July 22, 2014

oriana-duckhole:

Genderbent Les Amis drabbles

Characters inspired by

Feuilly, Jehan Prouvaire, Bahorel, Lesgle, Joly, Marius Pontmercy, Courfeyrac, Gavroche, Combeferre, Enjolras and Grantaire from Les Miserables 2012

(via pilferingapples)

July 21, 2014

frozenfontana:

iaintnopapaya:

Disney Princesses as sloths.

but why

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July 20, 2014
irenydrawsdeadpeople:

Modern AU!Éponine and Cosette, commissioned by salamandertoast! Thanks a bunch! :D
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irenydrawsdeadpeople:

Modern AU!Éponine and Cosette, commissioned by salamandertoast! Thanks a bunch! :D

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July 19, 2014
januariat:

more leyendecker ladies- sue storm and natasha.

januariat:

more leyendecker ladies- sue storm and natasha.

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July 18, 2014

chiarucci:

You are the cutie. <3

July 17, 2014
Alright, so , Javert.

kingedmundsroyalmurder:

edwarddespard:

ereini0n:

renlezdelbaratheno:

*snip*

I will leave the discussion of Enjolras to those far more knowledgeable on the subject than I, but I do want to talk about Javert, because Javert is interesting and I think differing readings of…

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