Hello, life is hard. I bought a thimble and made another a washcloth.
I’m being serious, I want to hear people’s thoughts.
Morally grey/ antagonistic or just plain evil characters are often the ones with the best backstory, the most interesting motivations and often the most difficult moral dilemmas. In older media in particular, they can express views no-one else is allowed to. Their actions can be enigmatic or purely self-serving- they might relish what they do, regret it deeply or struggle to justify it to themselves. They may be entirely amoral, have a warped sense of morality, delude themselves about the nature of their actions/motivations or delight in being evil. Our hero can’t manipulate, change sides or conceal their intentions- but the villain can. Do they struggle with the truth of their legacy? Do they delight in their circumstances? Do they think they’re superior to others? Even if they are self-serving, are they acting in their own self interest, or for those they care about? Do they care for anyone else? Do they value others above themselves? They’re the most heart-breaking protagonists or the most fun antagonists- those are the two options. If they are the antagonist- do we ever see things from their point of view? Do we fear them, what of our flaws do they embody? Do we love them, what of our repressed traits do they display?
The things inside myself feel the most unachievable
since my last post got one like, here we go again with another update:
I am still alive! yay!
please check my tags I just had a rant there and a real train of thoughts I’m too lazy to bring here…
Trouvaille (A Lucky Find) - Elias Pettersson
A/N: This is a repost from my old blog which is now deactivated :)
You had been on a mission for months now.
It had all begun three months ago, at an end of the summer party you had been dragged to by your roommate and her now ex-boyfriend. Never one to pass on a good time, you had allowed yourself to succumb to the party atmosphere and embrace your last chance to let loose before the start of your next college term.
I’m actually gonna start posting here 😂, I’ll slowly be moving my art from my Instagram to here.
I finally did it.
I finally decided to make my vulture culture/corvid core blog. I like dead things and shiny things and really really good sticks.
This might also have some of the cottage core elements, too. I don’t know. It’s been five minutes.
Hello! I’m good! What’s that? I’ve got Michael In The Bathroom on loop as per usual
There is still so much sadness inside me and I have yet to be able to rip it from the roots.
I can’t believe it-
I’m worth fighting for?
Anyways! Ahhhh! Thankies!!!
I don’t know whether to feel touched or worried for whoever it is you might be fighting but ahhh! I hope you know I’ll do the same for y’all :DD
(Yes, it’s anonymous but it doesn’t matter because I’m sure y’all are worth fighting for-)
Pairing: Steve Rogers/ Bucky Barnes
Word Count: 7K currently
Rating: General Audiences
A/N: I’m not very good at pushing my own writing, but this one is a special passion project of mine. Inspired by my own life experiences and healing process, it’s the story of Steve’s journey to try and undo the brainwashing and trauma Bucky went through and help him become human again, in the form of letters to the Bucky he remembers, regardless of what sort of person he becomes.
I update it every weekend. Special thanks to @emotionalsupportassassin for being my inspiration and beta reader. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I do writing it.
If you’re reading this, then it means that this was a success. That my shot in the dark was worth it. If you’re reading this, then maybe, just maybe, some of the damage that they did to you was reversed. Maybe all this hard work was worth it in the end.
I don’t know if you’ll ever come back to me. I don’t know if you’ll ever be my Bucky again. But I can hope. And I can try.
We’re in this together, buddy. Until the end of the line.
fucking help people like me now