Henry Clive- Yvonne de Carlo (aka Lily Munster) as Mata Hari for the cover of American Weekly, February 8, 1948
From ‘Forever After’ by the Disney Storybook Artists.
Eyecatches and Title Screens from the new Sailor Moon Crystal series.
Kinuko Craft artwork
Original Artist: Aya Matsuura
Cover by: MichiSings
Ayaya’s favorite of her songs and mine as well. This is the incomplete version, but I am pretty happy with it. I love the message behind the song. It sometimes makes me want to cry.
Was digging through my old work folder and came across these roughs from last summer. They were originally going to be shown at a theme-park gallery run by a company that rhymes with “Bisney”. Needless to say, there was some weirdness with contract stuff and the project fell through. Thought it would be fun to share these anyhow!
Several Shades of Jealousy
Title: Several Shades of Jealousy
Author: Tsubame Ongaku
Fandom: Disney’s Frozen
Universe: Modern Setting
Pairing: Hans of the Southern Isles and Princess Anna of Arendelle
Disclaimer: I do not own any of the characters
Notes: This is a request from snuberr. I was actually having a hard time thinking of story for HANNA for a while. Then I remembered the post some time ago made about someone should make a trashy romance novel about HANNA and someone make the cover. Unfortunately, my cover-making abilities are laughable but here is a HANNA fic inspired from a trashy romance novel.
Summary: Fate and Family had never been kind to Hans. He never had choices, so he never made choices. This created the twisted person he is. Jealousy is a powerful emotion that he had to bear for many years. Because of a certain girl with red hair with green eyes, he was about to be introduced to a new shade of jealousy.
Disclaimer: The World you are about to Enter is Completely fictional. The characters belong to Disney. Any events or characters resembling real people is purely coincidental… or I am just psychic. :D
Several Shades of Jealousy
By Tsubame Ongaku
Hans couldn’t remember why he became a teacher. He was popular with the students and other teachers. Why shouldn’t he be? He was handsome, intelligent and came from a very good family. He was always smiling and gentle. There was never an incident where he would get mad at students or argue with other teachers. He was perfect. While he did enjoy the popularity being a teacher came with, as a child he had wanted to be an equestrian. It wasn’t common knowledge anymore, but he used to love horses. He used to compete through elementary to high school and he won countless awards.
As he stared outside the window of the empty classroom, he closed his eyes and tried to remember the feel of the reign in his hands and adrenaline of a racing champion finish a course. His brothers won awards for debate and medicine. He was different. Equestrian was his and not even his twelve brothers could take it away from him.
Except they did.
In college, his family made him concentrate on what they believed was an ‘actual career.’ They had threatened to take his horse away. Not having a choice, he chose the path of the noble educator.
Feeling secure enough to rip off his friendly mask, Hans frowned deeply as he saw students walk out the gates. All of them so full of hope and dreams. Most of them probably had happy families and a handful probably had the chance to make those dreams come true.