Category: adora belle dearheart

theshepherdscrown: Adora Belle Dearheart aest…

theshepherdscrown:

Adora Belle Dearheart aesthetic

Adora Belle fought back, and to make sure, fought back even before she was attacked

Discworld headcanon

hermitknut:

But like, there would be regular balls and such. ANd you’ve got Sam Vimes dancing with Sybill, very sedate, very formal, very conservative, because this is definitely not Sam Vimes’ idea of fun (well, dancing with Sybill is surprisingly pleasant and and he didn’t mind learning but it’s different when you’re in front of the posh nobs). So Sam and Sybill, and all the other couples, dancing very normal.

Except 

suddenly

cutting through the crowd

It’s Mr Lipwig and Ms Dearheart, doing the tango

(Moist is the one who gets dipped of course)

boaillustration:

boaillustration:

I have been on a Discworld kick again lately, and I had wanted to draw Moist and Adora for a long time. 

Would you do Adora Belle 4 pretty please?

Would you do Adora Belle 4 pretty please?

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ofpaintedflowers:

ofpaintedflowers:

it dawned on me yesterday that i hadn’t drawn moist and adora yet so that had to be corrected right away.

pandrydraws: Not really cool but I wanted to …

pandrydraws:

Not really cool but I wanted to try… Adora Belle Dearheart in custom dress.

Regular

He climbed onto the coach and turned to the crowd. “Genua, ladies and gentlemen. Genua or bust!”
“Someone will!” yelled a wag in the crowd. Moist bowed and, as he straightened up, looked into the face of Adora Belle Dearheart.
“Will you marry me, Miss Dearheart?” he shouted.
There was an “oooh” from the crowd, and Sacharissa turned her head like a cat seeking the next mouse. What a shame the paper had only one front page, eh?
Miss Dearheart blew a smoke ring.
“Not yet,” she said calmly.

– a proposal |
Terry Pratchett, Going Postal

pandrydraws: Not really cool but I wanted to …

pandrydraws:

Not really cool but I wanted to try… Adora Belle Dearheart in custom dress.

Regular

“I don’t understand the bit where you give all your stolen money to the Post Office. Why did you do that?”
“I’m a bit hazy on that myself.”
“I mean, you’re clearly a self-centered bastard, with the moral fiber of a, a–”
“–rat,” Moist suggested.
“–a rat, thank you… but suddenly you’re the darling of the big religions, the savior of the Post Office, official snook-cocker to the rich and powerful, heroic horseman, all-round wonderful human being and, of course, you rescued a cat from a burning building. Two humans, too, but everyone knows the cat’s the most important bit. Who are you trying to fool, Mr. Lipwig?”
“Me, I think. I’ve fallen into good ways. I keep thinking I can give it up any time I like, but I don’t. But I know if I couldn’t give it up any time I liked, I wouldn’t go on doing it.”

– on falling into good ways |
Terry Pratchett, Going Postal

Regular

He told her the rest of it. All of it. She quite liked the bit where he was hanged, and made him repeat it.

– love |
Terry Pratchett, Going Postal