artblog of phee • 18, lady, australian • 1st year BA Design in Animation at UTS
contains critters; people; garments • fanart of les mis; spn; various superheroes • boring OCs • classwork i guess
sometimes contains: naked people • fantasy violence • coarse language; poor punctuation; excessive verbosity
tumblr saviour: #doodle for useless sketches and #not art for text posts
note: you can use my art for icons, wallpapers, stuff like that! but if you do something creative with it I'd love it if you could let me know, and credit would be appreciated. (like if someone is like "wow what art is that you have in your icon" could you please say "it's a dumb thinger by this goofball here" thank)
Anonymous asked: Hi I love your work! Here to tell you that in Tianenmen Square 1989 AU post you got the cloth wrong. They(or should I say we) did not wear suit back then. And girl student more tend to have hair cut like eponie in this art but not Cosette's. And their Chinese are Enjolras=安灼拉、Combeferre=公白飞、Jean Prouvaire=让·勃鲁维尔、Feuilly=弗以伊、Courfeyrac=古费拉克、Bahorel=巴阿雷、Laigle=赖格尔、Joly=若李、Grantaire=格朗泰尔 and BTW I always think them in that AU... :)
Hello! Thank you so much for taking the time to send me this ask, haha! I used photos of my parents when they were younger as reference, but I don’t have exact dates for any of them and my attention to detail is notoriously atrocious, so I’m depressingly unsurprised that I messed up the clothes. I think Cosette’s hairstyle is relatively justifiable, however, as her adolescence was quite sheltered and isolated?
Thank you so much for the Chinese oh geez ;_; I think there are multiple interpretations of all the names, especially as they’re technically surnames and Chinese surnames are only meant to be one character long, but those sound great and I’m really happy that they exist…thank….