Drawing the Bauds and Quags in a different style makes me happy :)

1 month ago — 125 notes, via | asoue, fan art,


Fifty Book Recommendations [12/50] 
A Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket

“At times the world can seem an unfriendly and sinister place, but believe us when we say that there is much more good in it than bad. All you have to do is look hard enough. And what might seem to be a series of unfortunate events may, in fact, be the first steps of a journey.”

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and just like that, a lemony/beatrice mix ;

01. 20 years — the civil wars ; 02. honey come home — the head and the heart ; 03. ghosts — laura marling ; 04. to build a home  the cinematic orchestra ; 05. you could be happy  snow patrol ; 06. my father’s father  the civil wars ; 07. welcome home, son  radical face ; 08. postcards from far away  coldplay ; 09. mirror  ellie goulding ; 10. dark paradise  lana del rey ; 11. bronte  gotye ; 12. haunt  bastille


About the tattoo: on the cover of The End, it’s shown on the inside of Olaf’s left ankle. Does anyone know if any other characters with the tattoo have theirs on the outside?

Is the vfd tattoo supposed to be on the outer or inner part of the ankle?

2 months ago — 14 notes

ASOUE dedications: 1/?

3 months ago — 1127 notes, via | asoue, queue,


The Other Beatrice; a mix for beatrice baudelaire the second, based on the beatrice letters: listen / download 

songs for a tale of confusion and missed connections; of a desperate niece writing to an unresponsive uncle; of an orphaned girl searching for the adoptive family she lost at sea - digging for answers in the ruin of a secret organisation turned to schism and smoke. 

i. paper thoughts laura elizabeth hughes ii. youth daughter iii. a place called home kim richey iv. to whom it may concern the civil wars v. the disappearance of the girl phildel vi. night bus lucy rose vii. tomorrow daughter viii. strong london grammar ix. hometown glory adele x. take me away gabrielle aplin xi. sleeper train paper aeroplanes xii. smoke sarah fimn xiii. no, i don’t remember anna ternheim xiv. sights london grammar xv. the mirror mary timony xvi. nostalgia emily barker & the red clay halo xvii. hope in the air laura marling xviii. apres moi regina spektor 

3 months ago — 145 notes, via | music, queue,

Lemony Snicket's Formula for the Perfect Bedtime Story (03/2009)


Mr. Snicket reveals the five secrets behind tellling a riveting lights-out tale;

1. Ask your child what the title should be. This stalls for time and spreads the blame if the story’s no good.

2. Name the villains after people who wronged you in high school.

3. When you get stuck, remember Raymond Chandler’s advice: “When in doubt, have two guys come through the door with guns.” The bedtime equivalent is a clumsy talking animal holding a tray of cream pies.

4. At the end of the story, all of the characters should be very, very tired.

5. Don’t bring your cocktail, because you might accidentally leave it and wake your child when you sneak back to retrieve it. Alternately, you may forget about it entirely and three days later someone will find a warm martini on your child’s dresser.
(Note: This has never, ever, ever happened to Mr. Snicket.)


WOW have I missed doing little quick digital portraits this past week! Here’s a 30 minute ATWQ portrait of Cleo Knight!