Relationships: Katie Bell/Marcus Flint
Series:Part 3 of One of These Days
‘I wanna lick your face.’
Bell had said it. Marcus was sure she had, Bole and Pucey had heard her too. Girls like her - -well, girls in general, did not say such things to him. Nor did they sniff his neck or stand so close that he could feel their tits pressed against his back. Bell had done all those things. To top it off, she kept staring at him like in the same way his perpetually dieting Aunt Beatrice looked at chocolate cake after a week-long fasting.
Marcus Flint has an admirer and he's being an utter tool about it.
Sequel to Scrubbing Cauldrons.
AO3 || LJ
Pairing(s)/Characters: Ron, Harry, Lily
Word Count/ Art Medium: 598
Warnings (if any): n/a
Disclaimer: i own nothing
Summary: After the issues with Albus, Harry is struggling to connect with Lily so goes to her Godfather Ron hoping for an insight. He gets something.
Our new drawing challenge this week will be a word prompt: HEAT
Thanks to all who have been adding suggestions at the Prompts Post, and especially to rathany for this week's word prompt.
A round-up post for submissions to this challenge will be done on Sunday 20th July, 2017.
Happy drawing, everyone! :)
Discuss This Prompt
The comment section in this post can be used for discussion of this week's challenge. Eg.
- Ideas you might have for possible art submissions
- Challenges in fulfilling the prompt
- Questions or suggestions related to the prompt
Here's a round-up of all entries submitted for the Weekly Challenge #5 - Squiggle No.2 (Spiral):
- Minoan Mermaid by minoanmiss - Original art, Mermaid, PG-13
- Is It Gone Yet? by mific - SGA, Rodney McKay, G
- Moya by mific - Farscape, Moya, G
- In Space by mekare - MCU, Steve Rogers and Bucky Barnes, G
- Triskele by goss - Teen Wolf, Derek Hale, G
- Weekly Challenge #1 - Squiggle Challenge | Round-Up Post
- Weekly Challenge #2 - Word Prompt: Villainous | Round-Up Post
- Weekly Challenge #3 - Song Lyrics Prompt | Round-Up Post
- Weekly Challenge #4 - One Object, Two Perspectives | Round-Up Post
Thanks to all who were able to submit entries this week. And good luck to those still working on your ideas. As usual, these challenges are open to later submissions.
A new challenge will be posted up tonight...
The Guinness Book of Names (6th Ed) by Leslie Alan Dunkling (1993)
You have a name and one thing after another happens to you, and you behave in various ways and do things, so that soon the name begins to have a meaning. Things have accumulated around your name. (Carson McCullers, The Member of the Wedding)
I always judge a young author by the names he bestows on his characters. If the names seem to me to be weak, or to be unsuitable to the people who bear them, I put the author down as a man of little talent, and am no longer greatly interested in his book. . . . It is one of the first rules of the novelist’s art. Bad authors choose bad names. (Emil Zola, Dr Pascal)
As anyone who has been here and paid attention will know, I like words, I like books and I like names. Therefore, I really really like books on names. I still have the first one I bought (it's 3x2 inches in size, the etymology's as wonky as the binding and the cherub on the cover makes me wince, but I wouldn't part with it for the world), plus a lowering number of baby name books of all kinds.
This, however, started my fascination with all the other ways and means and types of naming things. I originally bought the (I think) 2nd edition, and traded up at least twice in the eighties and nineties, and it covers a huge range of topics: of course, first names (etymology, history, changing fashions in, reasons for choices), and surnames (history, psychology of, common and rarer, changing them) but also ( deep breath... )
Fandom: Teen Wolf
Characters/Pairings: Derek Hale
Content Notes: For me, the spiral shape immediately brought to mind one Derek Hale. I thought charcoal pencils would work nicely for a little torso study. I included some pics from the process as well. :)
(Click for larger image at my journal)