As some of you may have guessed, I'm a bit of a fan of art nouveau. I've been looking for damask and decorative tile wallpapers, and I found a pretty wallpaper with an art nouveau peacock feather design. I couldn't make a good tile from it because it was tilted a bit and the colors faded in and out, so I brought it into illustrator to trace it and make my own.
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She' Katrina, the character my Harry Potter fanfiction "C.R.I.M.E. Association" (I started talking with Emilie aka patterond about the story and we developped the association). She's in Ravenclaw and a year after Harry. She's not your average girl.
She is a Pureblood. Her father is separated with her mom and her mom is remarried. Her father treats her like gold, and her mother treats her like crap. She has an older brother who is very protective of her. She's a pure troublemaker, of course, in the eyes of the teaches, she's a goody goody shoes.
She formed C.R.I.M.E. Association with Ryan, Alyssa, and Galen. C.R.I.M.E. association stands for "Corruption.Revenge.Investigation.Mastermind.Evil.Association".
Hobby: finding new hexes, pranking, Most important thing: MONEY! you can pay her to steal, hex, or anything you want as long as you pay her.
She has two wands. One for class, and the other one for C.R.I.M.E. Association. Her father is powerful and rich enough to pull strings to keep his kid out of Azakaban.
Captain America has always been a political figure for me. Most comic book heroes deal with purely social issues, but CA comics always seemed to have more political undertones than other comics, even more so than the obvious influences in the early Superman series.
As my country celebrates its 231st birthday, I am reminded of how it has withstood its enemies. And much like the depicted flag and shield, the USA is still very strong, although it may appear to be tired and battle worn.