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Posts tagged Discworld.
Vimes: Family Edition
…plus Vetinari because the idea that he and babby Sam are bros is deeply ingrained within my psyche and no one will pry it loose.
I like the idea that babby Sam is like the only person on the disc who is completely fearless when it comes to Vetinari— because Vetinari is the fucking cool uncle who gives him the best books and teaches him how to get away with the best tricks
Fashion week with Havelock Vetinari
10/10 would smooch— Well, if I didn’t have those pesky scorpion pits to worry about.
MAN I’m ace at dialogue.
Anyway, I was cleaning out my 2013 image folder and came across this sketch from a while ago. I didn’t finish it at the time because 1) it’s quite silly really, and 2) I found myself technically unable to.
Now today I came across it again and figured, why not have another go after all these months?
I think that went pretty well.
Context, you say? As with 99% of all things Monstrous Regiment, this stems from a conversation with Pasiphile. It’s been a while and I can’t exactly look it up because we have a lot of conversations but it had something to do with wondering whether DW vampires have reflections. And then I probably let my mind wander a bit.
Let’s just say Polly found a mirror on the streets somewhere and picked it up, but forgot about it after dumping somewhere in the room. Shenanigans ensue. Sexy shenanigans.
”I’m re-reading Jingo and I would just like to have a moment of silence for the passing of the chance to get Havelock Vetinari to dress like a harem girl. “
And then Pasiphile requested fanart. How could I resist
I tried okay?
I couldn’t bring myself to draw him in more.. special pose. IT WAS THEN.
Access to the compuer should’ve been taken away from me.
OH MY GODS THIS IS
Nanny Ogg & Gandalf. Because of a comment here.
Sometimes something you read on tumblr just sets the imagination on, and you can’t sleep until you get the image down on paper (or phone, in this case.).