In Harry’s case, he simply wore the exact same thing.
Clara is most definitely the boss.
Cannes Film Festival 2013.
30 Days of The Ponds | Day 24:
Favorite cap of RoryRory’s evolution in gifs
and here we have harry potter literally standing on a pile of letters to try and catch one that is still in the air. there are clearly reasons why he doesn’t get sorted into ravenclaw
in harry potter we don’t say “i love you” we say “LILY TAKE HARRY AND RUN GO I’LL HOLD HIM OFF” which roughly translates to “james potter is better than your sorry ass” and i think that’s beautiful
i’ll probably shit in your backpack
new best threat
I feel like my characters are pretty developed by themselves. As stand-alone creations, they’re well-rounded and interesting and so on. But in my story, they… have no point. You could throw PacMan or Mel Gibson in their places and still have everything turn out the same. How do I get them to INTERACT with my plot, so to speak? How do I get them to actually have an effect on their world and their world to affect them? [And if this is the wrong blog, could you direct me to one that CAN helpme?]Anonymous
- Have them make decisions and choices.
- Make their decisions matter.
In other words, base your plot more heavily off of what your characters would do. If they fuck things up and your story lands in a tricky place that you’re not quite sure how to get out of, all the better. So, the next time you’re writing, ask yourself constantly, ‘what would this person do in this situation?’ It should matter which character does what. Everyone should have a motive, and they should act in accordance with their motivations, desires, and fears.
Does that help?
Studio work done. I’m now revising. Can you tell?
Harry and Ron, Auror work.
“boys will be bo-“
*punches you in the face*
bOYS WILL BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR ACTIONS LIKE EVERYONE ELSE
“The Doctor has a secret he will take to the grave”
Jo visits her old flat, where she finished writing Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.
it’s ironic that tumblr loves a film about how exciting and amazing it is to be outside