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One winter's night (Jack Frost x Reader) Chapter 2(name) = your first nameRosa-Carabella
(h/c) = hair colour
(e/c) = eye colour
Once you were set on the hard wooden floor of your bedroom, you turned around in Jack's grasp and hugged him. You didn't want him to leave as you were scared he'd disappear again.
"Please don't go anywhere, not yet." You mumbled against his cool chest.
"I'm not going to leave, I promise. You'll have a hard time making me leave even if you tried."
Jack pulled you to your bed and helped you under the covers. You didn't bother taking off your cold clothes and it wouldn't make any difference, you could feel a cold coming on anyway. Jack sat on the edge of the bed next to you, smiling at you softly.
"I'm sorry Jack –"
"Shh, it's okay. I already forgave you. It's not your fault anyway." Jack said as he put a cold finger to your lips.
His finger on your lips made you blush and you were glad it wasn't light enough for him to see it. But he had confused you by his comment.
"What do you mean?"
19 years old. I'm a full time student at Mount Washington College (formerly Hesser College) to get my Associates in Graphic Design, so that'll be two years. I am thinking of going to NEIoA in Brookline, Mass to get my Bachelors. I'm not 100% solid on that part of the plan but hey, I still have a few months before I make that decision.|
I've varied abilities in many different programs. Examples are, Photoshop CS3 and Elements 8, Paint Tool Sai, Microsoft Paint, Unreal Design Kit (video game creation program), Smooth Draw, and Indesign.
I'm a HUGE macabre / horror fanatic. I just finished up one of the most spine tingling series I've ever read. Escape From Furnace series by Alexander Gordon Smith. I highly recommend you guys read it if you're into that type of stuff. I also read books by Dean Koontz and (the all famous) Stephen King.
To be complete and totally honest, it has taken me years, and I mean years to get where I am today. I've been inspired by Christopher Hart with his manga and so that's who I learned from, well from his books to be precise and J "NeonDragon" Peffer. I've had my ups and downs, but I've finally figured my style and I'm constantly working on it. Who says you can't improve your style of art, right?
What I say to most artists as a little help/info: It will take a lot of practice and a butt load of paper.
Commissions: Closed (until I get a paypal)
Art Trades: Closed (until I can actually get someone to explain what they are)
Collabs: Open (really why the h*ll not)