These people, they didn’t solve anything. But they grew. And they learned. And growing and learning is something to respect and to take joy in, isn’t it?
Katniss by Amanda Tolleson
Oil paint brushes on corel painter with wacom tablet
How I picture Todd Hewitt.
I may have drawn him hotter and older than he’s s’pose to be but oh well XD
MADGE MEME - One underrated moment
We all go, though, following her down the hallway to the insistent ring of the bell. When she opens it, there’s not a squad of Peacekeepers but a single, snow-caked figure. Madge. She holds out a small, damp cardboard box to me.
“Use these for your friend,” she says. I take off the lid of the box, revealing half a dozen vials of clear liquid. “They’re my mother’s. She said I could take them. Use them, please.”
She runs back into the storm before we can stop her.
[…]“What is that stuff?” asks Peeta.
“It’s from the Capitol. It’s called morphling,” my mother answers.
“I didn’t even know Madge knew Gale,” says Peeta.
“We used to sell her strawberries,” I say almost angrily. What am I angry about, though? Not that she has brought the medicine, surely.
“She must have quite a taste for them,” says Haymitch.
That’s what nettles me. It’s the implication that there’s something going on between Gale and Madge. And I don’t like it.
“She’s my friend” is all I say.
Home. Family. Future.
ok so you know the line “I think maybe everybody falls,I think maybe we all do. And I don’t think that’s the asking. I think the asking is whether we get back up again.”
well i just realised that that’s why the second book is called the Ask and the Answer not only because of the organisation “the Answer” but it’s about how the two of them fall (especially Todd who reaches like the lowest of the low in the 2nd book) and then how even though he becomes a terrible person he still tries to redeem himself later on and to make up for his mistakes and its also the same with Viola