Fic: Irresistible Force Authors: Rufeepeach & Fyre Rating: PG+ Summary: She held the keys to his cell in her hands. But a curse can change a lot of things, including who is bound and who is freed. Notes: Life has been in the way a bit, but look! An Update! And it’s the Skin Deep equivalent :D
Sneak peek of WIP. I no longer care that the proportions are off. She’s a Goddess dagnabbit. She can be almost the same height as him.
Making a Disney-based art. Haven’t done this in almost two years. Experimental is a good word.
I just finished reading Iron and Blood. And I'm speechless.... It's so well-written, amazingly whole and so perfect and I didn't see how or whether it would fit into the canon but it did and omg how fucking awesomely?! I LOVED it to bits.. well, that's not the right expression, but... you know... you are stunning!
Thank you :D It’s one of my darkest pieces in Once fandom, and I’m very fond of it, even if it was a killer to write.
how accurate is it? Let me tell you it’s accurate :P
I think it’s hugely indicative of my personality that my 10,000 post on tumblr was a skit from a kids comedy history sketch show specifically about bum-wiping. It really says all you need to know about me.
History. As shown by that ever education institution, the Beeb. About Ancient Egypt. Classy as ever.
Paul Spektor continues to be completely unnerving. I don’t know what was more so: the gentleness with which he washed the victim and painted her and made her pretty, or the way he threw her corpse down like a slab or meat.
Stella continues to puzzle me. I can’t put my finger on what it is about her, but she’s unsettlingly like Spektor, with his eye for the little details, and the need for control, and showing a particular face to the rest of the world.
The other crime stuff is somewhat distracting, but I can see how it’s necessary, to muddy the waters, especially give Stella’s relationship with someone involved in the case
Young woman police officer did a great job of showing strength in a situation that she blamed herself for. She looked so perfectly shattered when she went into the crime scene the first time. I hope we see more of her.
Paul’s relationship with his daughter is frightening. He seemed so proud of what she’s been creating, as if for the first time he can really see himself in her. Before that, he was good with her, but the wink, when he realises she has daydreams about murder and death: it’s almost as if he’s thinking that he could teach her to be just like daddy and it’s bloody frightening.
On the whole, I find it compelling and fascinating, and I can’t seem to stop watching.