The Same Source
(Pitch Black + Hiccup)
"I wouldn’t kill him, because he looked as frightened as I was. I looked at him… and I saw myself."
IMPROMPTU HUMAN! TOOTHLESS
(fan service sorry)
So because I have the attention span of a goldfish, I felt the need to sketch Human! Toothless. Sketched with Spacey in mind, because heavily implied Toothcup.
Atlantis Hijack AU.
So obviously Hiccup plays the Role of Milo in this AU, a skilled linguist with a flair for architecture and engineering.
Jack is the Atlantean prince Jah’k-FurahzTeh. (Or just “Ja’k for short.)
Needs TONS of development but I just couldn’t resist doodling them swimming… Possibly sharing air if Hiccup runs out. ;D
Also, yes, Hiccup can swim with his Flipper attachment!
(Casually brings this back because she forget she did it. :’D)
Oooooh Gosh. Where do I START….
Well, I think the one that got me hooked and encouraged me to continue the one I started was Spacey’s “Who wants to Live Forever?”
”Whoops” almost made me wet myself, too. And “Lake in the Woods” is just magic, and provokes all sorts of beautiful colours in my head.
In fact, just read them all: Spacey’s Fics.~
I don’t think I’m alone in saying that Thatendyperson’s “Apocryphal gallery” is definitely one of my favourite modern AUs, and in equal measure the comparably short but indescribably sweet “Patterns of a Snowflake” by Virgo-Vixen is absolutely lovely.
For face melting “OH MY GOD WHAT IS THIS I DON’T EVEN CARE I LOVE IT”-ness, I recommend Hope’s “Sleepover”, two Jacks, one cup.~
Honourable and auspicious mentions also go out to-
There are more that I loved, but I can’t remember them all right now. :’D If they come back to mind, I will post them up.~
…. Yeah my calendar has been pretty full. :’I
“Jack, look out!”
this scene always fascinated me
Jack is about to block with his hand, when he could’ve on instinct blocked with his staff which would’ve made the block more affective, but he uses his HAND
and the sorrowful look on his face in the second picture shows how he knows Pitch won’t show him mercy.
is this a little guilt I see in jack from their.. interaction and conversation at the South Pole(Antarctica)?
this is so sad and amazing to me at the same time. Jack should’ve, by all his instincts, used his staff to defend himself. he always has. throughut the movie it is his go-to for defense and offense.
but here, he doesn’t use it. at all. it’s limp in front of him, and he uses what I am assuming his weaker arm to defend himself, but even then, he’s not moving out of the way. he’s not trying to duck, he’s bracing himself. he’s curling in and getting ready for the blow.
and part of me wonders if he thinks he deserved it. that yeah siding with Pitch would’ve been the wrong thing, but just how right of it was him to push away (what he knew at the time) the one person who knew what it was like to be alone?
the other part of me sees Jack seeing Pitch completely give up on his hopes of joining him, and the pure hatred scares Jack because it truly is a 360 from what happened in Antarctica, and who knows, he may have been hoping to at least make amends with Pitch later on