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Foster’s Home AU where they’re all foster care kids?? I’ve been developing it for awhile, and this image took wayyy longer than it was supposed to because I kept procrastinating. OTL;; color is lazy but w/e
Bloo is the newest one there and he refuses. to take off the sheet. is a general nuisance but that’s ok, somehow manages to be loveable anyway.
Wilt has been in the system for the longest—got in a car crash or something ? he’s also the oldest and a good big brother. U < U Makes sure everyone feels at home and makes sure none of them fight or squabble, eeheeheeh.
Coco's the second oldest. She's the most expressive, despite being mute. Communicates through sign language, mostly with Wilt. They probably have the closest bond. Coco gets in scraps a lot because of her temper, and refuses to wear anything other than flipflops.
Eduardo doesn’t know English very well and doesn’t talk very much in the first place, anyway. His favorite book is “Where the Wild Things Are.” (Wilt reads it to him every night, hehe.)
Madame Foster is their foster-mom and Frankie is her daughter who moved back in after college, I’m thinkin? I’ll develop this more later, stay tuned…!
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I am striving to publish a book covering my life, day by day, since two thousand and ten. I need to be heard. I need to reach out to those who need a hand.This ends the day after my twentieth birthday. Help me reach my goal! See the page for more information.
And there are perks! You can get things in return!
It would mean a lot to me and my best friend Taylor here if some of you could spread this link around or back the book.
It’s an exceptionally good read, I’ve been reading it for a few months now as her ‘editor’ of sorts as well as having been there to read it when she first wrote a lot of this. The way she articulates sentences is superb and her descriptive word choice is phenomenal.
This is like stepping back to an age where descriptiveness overcomes dialogue or the need for characters at all; this right here is reality with a deeply and carefully worded twist in such a way it almost feels like walking through paintings and scenes.
Please you guys. It would mean the world to both Taylor and I if her book were to become published.