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

(via bobcatmoran)

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

Want a commission of your own? Get one here!

July 19, 2014
januariat:

more leyendecker ladies- sue storm and natasha.

januariat:

more leyendecker ladies- sue storm and natasha.

(via fuckyeahblackwidow)

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…

(Source: gideonfury)

July 16, 2014

needsmoreresearch said: Bini, #60? :D?

pilferingapples:

orlofsky:

needsmoreresearch:

orlofsky:

I couldn’t think of what to do with these terrible colors, and almost drew some kind of 1980s surfer AU until I realized no, i did know a thing that was these colors and that thing is a grave illuminated by the dawn 

image

what the—

damn you that was a HAPPY PALETTE

not a GRAVE-ILLUMINATED-BY-THE-DAWN PALETTE

catch me, um, scrounging around for deliberately difficult palettes again

(bet you can’t do a surfer AU in #56, so there)

CHALLENGE ACCEPTED

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… but in the end I just can’t modern AU, so here’s a canon-era AU in which Lesgle falls into the Seine and accidentally brings surfing to France like 130 years early, but no one involved in the situation actually remembers anything

I HAVE NO WORDS
I CAN’T STOP LAUGHING
THEIR FACES, HELP XD

July 15, 2014

butihavejoy said: Enjolras in 12 and/or Grantaire in 7?

pilferingapples:

bootsssss:

I’ve got another ask for #12 as well, so I went with Grantaire for this one.

DRAT THOSE DOMINOS, huh? XD I really like the light lines on the dark body of the coat!

July 14, 2014
angualupin:

sclez:

I was reminded of Hugo’s Grantaire sketch and suddenly…


WALRUSTAIRE IS BACK

angualupin:

sclez:

I was reminded of Hugo’s Grantaire sketch and suddenly…

WALRUSTAIRE IS BACK

July 14, 2014

jtotheizzoe:

the-science-llama:

Which house do you belong to? (via LISACommunity on Facebook)

Science is coming.

(via grumpyfaceurn)

July 13, 2014

vejiicakes:

we kept our secrets and rules [fullview at ao3]

Gift illustration for the wonderful drcalvin, based on her own deliciously dark Madeleine-era steampunk dystopia The Tale of Hundred-Faced Jean & the Brass-Hearted Inspector [x]

(Made as part of our second miseres exchange [x], for the request “Valjean, Javert; What-If Scenario”)

(via sathinfection)

July 12, 2014
edwarddespard:

In this Honoré Daumier cartoon, the dead of 1830 rise from their graves and, seeing the reality of the July Monarchy, wonder what they died for.

edwarddespard:

In this Honoré Daumier cartoon, the dead of 1830 rise from their graves and, seeing the reality of the July Monarchy, wonder what they died for.

(via edwarddespard)

July 11, 2014
edwarddespard:

Daumier’s 1831 parody of Louis-Philippe as Gargantua - his rapacious maw fed by the poverty stricken people of France. The July Monarchy responded by having Daumier arrested in August 1832, and his press and large quantities of his plates were seized. He resumed attacking the regime upon his release. 
 

edwarddespard:

Daumier’s 1831 parody of Louis-Philippe as Gargantua - his rapacious maw fed by the poverty stricken people of France. The July Monarchy responded by having Daumier arrested in August 1832, and his press and large quantities of his plates were seized. He resumed attacking the regime upon his release. 

 

(via edwarddespard)

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