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The Actual Reason I Love RWBYThe Actual Reason I Love RWBY:The Actual Reason I Love RWBY by HawthornSword
A Rambling Essay on RWBY, Harry Potter, Character Development, and the Creative Process
Despite adorable ass-kicking, gun-sword wielding, friendship focused girls being my literal favorite thing in the entire universe … it is the level of creativity the entire concept of RWBY was devised with that really hooked me.
There are rules Monty created that the universe follows. That is so important. Setting boundaries for yourself when you are creating is one of the most useful things you can do to grow yourself as an artist, any kind of artist.
Michelangelo didn't carve the Pieta out of an entire mountain. He carved it out of a single block of marble that was sold to him in a particular shape and size. He didn't look at the mountains outside of Florence and say, “Hmm...what all can I do with all these miles of marble.” He took one block of marble and said, “What do I see within this one piece?”
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Bruises: A Red vs. Blue fanfictionNot all of Wash's memories were always his own, but he's made them his. After Locus takes them down, Wash has a lot of bruises. They are the colors of his memories. There is a doctor here. She is not one of his memories. She says that says he will heal with time. He's not sure if she's talking about the bruises or the memories. (Not exactly spoilers, but watch 12x9, 12x10 first.)Bruises: A Red vs. Blue fanfiction by HawthornSword
Tucker, Simmons, and Grif are talking as they try to set up a make shift base after the crash. They're talking about girls. There had been some cute ones on the ship, like the pilot Tucker had been flirting with, but they're dead now. Simmons is mourning another missed chance to speak to women while Tucker mourns the loss of “dat ass.”
Wash likes girls. He always has. He guesses his reaction to them was always somewhere in between Tucker's and Simmons's. On the one hand, he ardently admires the female form. On the other, he's always been a bit bumbling and awkward talking to women...or about