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hello this is my aged up skylor redesign for my fanseason!!! look at her TATTOOS i LOVE her
more refs coming because i am fixating on this fanseason so hard you dont even know muahahhaa
at long, long, long last, my overdue christmas gift to @justanotherfangirlst
So sorry this took so long, love. Thanks for your patience!
oh hi!!! i see you in my notifs all the time and thank you for tagging me on that Tumblr faves thing ^_^ it’s nice to hear from you again !
id love for them to interact more!!!! i really wanted to do more with them the first time i drew them!
Jin’s actually fairly friendly and easy to get along with normally (very chill laidback vibes, not overcompensating), but I think marion would put her off bc of the fear powers? Idk the way I drew them the first time, something about Jin’s exorcist instincts caused her to see the power he holds and be afraid of it/see it like a very powerful and scary spirit. once they spent a bit more time together i think they’d get on well, tho i don’t have a good grasp of marion to say that? jin’s pretty lazy and dry-humored, but she gets along with nice people who push her to be a bit better. she plays along with vibes. also she likes teasing earnest types which was my read of marion? not sure, but feel free to add on to this so i can get a feel of marion!!
I finished it! I wanted to digitize the drawing that I made quickly for his birthday, I really liked the final result.
I hope you like it!
I just saw that hand is badly painted, sorry
Just bangtan loving Tannie so much ❤
[TinyTAN | ANIMATION] - Dream ON
Production Note - Character Facial Expression Guide (½)
Will always be my baby boy 🥰💖
Summary: Seokjin is the God of the Moon and is infatuated with a mortal on Earth. A mortal who doesn’t even know he exists.
Pairing: Seokjin x Reader
Words: 1183 words
Down on his midnight blue and sparkling silver chariot, Seokjin crossed the threshold between the god realm and human realm. He plunged into the human world, and behind him followed the moon. The pale moon traced the same path his chariot did, and within in seconds, claimed its rightful place in the sky as its throne.
Seokjin lowered his chariot and surveyed the town below him. He was not only responsible for raising and lowering the moon each day, but he was also responsible for the humans who lived down below. He would often check in on them through their windows, to wish them sweet dreams before heading to another house to do the same. He knew everyone who lived in every town, and while he passed everywhere to wish the people a good night, there was one town he loved to go.
This town was a small little town, nothing special at first glance. There were no outstanding buildings, or eye-catching touristic sights, but the one thing this town had, was a strong sense of home. Like all the other towns, Seokjin knew everyone who lived here. There was Old Mary, who lived further from the others, but she had a lot of visitors. There was little Jenny and Chloe, the twins who had just gotten a bike last Christmas. He could name every person in the town, as they all felt like family to him.
No one knew he existed, however. He gave them the moon, and bid them goodnight, but no one knew he existed. A small price to pay, Seokjin always thought.
That night, he had finished doing his nightly rounds of checking up on the people of the town, when he heard a noise. Without hesitating, Seokjin followed the noise, which lead him to a house. He’s seen the house before, and has bid the people inside a good night before, but something was different. He looked in all the windows, until he found the source of the noise. Inside one of the rooms, was a young baby. Oh, it’s a girl! thought Seokjin, and he leaned in closer to take a better look at her.
The moonlight shined brightly against her skin, and Seokjin felt this wave of duty wash over him. He would see to it that nothing ever hurt this young girl. He felt that it was his personal duty to take care of her. To take care of you.
Seokjin had checked up on you every night since he had learned of your existence. For the past five years, he had watched you grow. Your hair was longer, and you were able to walk and talk. Seokjin took pride in watching you grow, as if he had raised you himself. Seokjin knew that as much as he admired you from afar, he could never show himself. What if I spook you? What if you cry? Seokjin always pondered over how you two would officially meet. But now was not the time. You were too young. Perhaps when you were older.
You were ten now. Seokjin would now try to intervene without showing himself. He would often leave a flower on your bed or shine the moon directly into your window. Often times he would catch you looking out the window, and he would admire how much you had grown. You had lost much of your baby fat in your cheeks, and you no longer wore your hair in pigtails all the time. You were beginning to develop your own personality, and Seokjin couldn’t have been prouder. He once again asked himself whether he should show himself to you. But now was not the time. You were too young. Perhaps when you were older.
You were fifteen now. Seokjin still checked up on you, but only during the night time. He felt as if he kept missing large portions of your life, like when you started crying because you missed a boy, or when you began to talk about something funny that happened in your classes. Seokjin never thought you had mentioned the boy before, or some of the other things you mentioned, and it was clear that he was missing out. So Seokjin decided he would spent his days and nights watching over you. He wanted to protect you, and what a better way to do that if he could always watch over you? He gave you your privacy, of course. He knew humans respected that, and even though you couldn’t see him, he respected your space. He never violated your privacy, and would never dream of it. He never followed you into the bathroom, and if you were changing, he would always look away. A true gentleman. Seokjin would often times come inside the house, to experience life as a human, but a simulation could only come so far. No one talked to him or saw him, so was he really human? He used to kiss your head when you went to sleep for the night, but now that you were older, Seokjin didn’t know how appropriate it was. For old time’s sake, Seokjin pressed his lips against your head as you tucked yourself into bed, and you felt a shiver. Unbeknownst to the both of you, that was the first time you had felt him, but it wouldn’t be the last.
Twenty. You were twenty now. You were a young woman, grown out of her childhood shell, and maturing into your adulthood. Seokjin would be lying if he said he didn’t notice the differences. Your figure had gotten slim, your skin clear, and your hair silky. But those weren’t the only differences Seokjin noticed. He noticed the proportion of your waist compared to your hips, a feature you did not have as a child. He noticed your legs, which were now slim and long. He noticed how big and soft your lips had gotten. He noticed your chest, something he didn’t want to, but couldn’t help in noticing. You had become a woman, and it both upset and excited Seokjin.
It upset him, because you were no longer a child. You no longer did the things that made him laugh or made him aw. It upset him because adults don’t need someone to look after them. This made him feel useless. But it also excited him. While he regarded you fondly, he knew he had some sort of extra liking to you. And the gods knew it too. They knew Seokjin had fallen in love with a mortal, the same way his mother Selene had done, years before him. He was doomed from the start, to find love in someone he cannot have. In someone, who does not know him.
Enough is enough, thought Seokjin. He had made up his mind. He would show himself to you. He wanted to do this, because while he knew not what feelings he held for you, a small part of him believed you would reject him. And it was this small part that he wanted to get rid of. You would like him, wouldn’t you?