Posts tagged wings.
I picked 9 with wings. There are a lot more, though. But really, you guys have probably seen most of the good ones.
Totally random, but I think my favorite of yours – and I don’t know what it’s called, I’m afraid – but it’s TFW together. Cas is sitting on the ground, Sam and Dean both standing… Sam is doing a “crucifixion” pose with a shotgun, similar to that still of James Dean from Giant. And they look weary but there is a sort of peace about them too; and I love the fact they’re together…
You mean this one (I’m sorry, I don’t have it larger at the moment—I just snatched it off of google):
LOL nine more. Okay, and that’s it.
INK, PAINT AND FEATHERS | ILLUSTRATIONS BY ABBY DIAMOND
Abby Diamond is a young illustrator and art student from Pennsylvania. She gets inspired mostly by birds, insects and nature in general and creates beautiful colourful illustrations.
for Furfright I made my badgename Dick Roman, so, i made a leviathan!mantis badge
i’ll probably add more to this later but i like it as it is for now =w=
An old White-tailed Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla) displaying it’s dominance. Hortobagy National Park, Hungary
Playing with an odd little idea I had for sparrow-hobbits.
Now this makes me want to see which sort of wings all the different races would have. Whether or not the colors of feathers denote rank/status/hierarchy. If size is a benefit or a hindrance. If lacking wings makes you an outcast or the exact opposite.
I bet Thorin’s wings would be a raven’s or a magpie’s.
I can’t imagine Thorin’s having anything but the wings of a bird of prey.
Thorin would have one wing, and it would be a black raven’s wing, and the other he’d have lost in battle years ago. Only the scar remains now, hideous and therefore always hidden. He keeps the remaining wing bound up and hidden as well because it throws off his balance when he walks or works the bellows at the forge, and it frightens children to look upon it, and he cannot fly with just one wing. But once in a while he takes off his cloak and tunic and unwinds the cruel straps from his shoulder, and he extends the aching, atrophied wing just a little, to feel a breeze across the inky black feathers or a few drops of falling rain. He does this where nobody sees, where no one can watch his shoulders quake with silent sobs, and then he quietly binds the wing again, replaces his cloak and heavy mail, and for the rest of the day, he dares anyone to look at him.
How to catch an angel
I need you all to understand something about last weeks episode.
Last year, in April 2012, about when my Supernatural obsession was peaking on the excitement of being a brand new fan, I had several dreams featuring various cast and characters from the show. One in particular stood out to me. In this dream, someone had figured out a spell that could catch and bind angels, and they had caught Castiel with this. The signature element that showed this spell was in place was three flames floating in front of his forehead. When the spell was broken later on during the dream, it was replaced with three bleeding puncture wounds in the forehead. When I watched 8x10 with the control mechanism of Samandriel being tapped into by drilling holes into the forehead, I was staring with my mouth open thinking “No way… not possible…” I had that dream nearly 9 months ago, and then something eerily similar shows up in an actual episode. It was too crazy of a coincidence.
The idea of an angel binding spell that could put an angel completely under a villains control was something really intriguing to me actually. I wanted to turn it into a comic or some kind of short story but college ate my time away and I never got around to trying something.
Looks like Supernatural itself beat me to it anyways.
Or maybe I’m just tuned into angel radio?