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Star Wars Fanfiction Masterlist

It’s a [Poe Dameron thirst] trap!

🛸 Melissa - ‘86 - Florida 🛸

👽

Sci-Fi, Celebrity Crushes, Space &

Oscar Isaac’s ‘ethnic’ ass in the cockpit of

any spacecraft. Chill MultiShipper: Damerey,

FinnRey, RebelCaptain, FinnPoe & Reader.

( Reylo AIN’T my jam. )

Ao3: i_said_goddameron

theorganasolo:

Carrie Fisher and Mark Hamill
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elisebrave:

She means business.

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incorrectstarwarsquotes:

“I’m just taking your temperature; on a scale of one to ten, how much trouble am I in with you?”

— Poe Dameron

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soufflehour:

*when you’re reading fanfic and forget that you’re in public*

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lupineart:

There is no place like home 

 And if that home is in the middle of a war, so it be.

Pro-Pilot Poe Dameron enjoying the lost hours of the evening in silence watching over a landing area.
At his side his little faithful companion BB-8.

Aaaaand I promise, the next picture in the StarWars fanart row will have more face in it.
I just loved this pose so much.
Also sorry for screwing up the X-Wings. I am not really a pro at technical things when it comes to drawing.
Feel free to post tutorials about that, I appreciate it. :)

Vote for the next character here: http://strawpoll.me/6999934

Star Wars is © by Disney
Art is by © me

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comicstallion:

From Journey to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker - Allegiance #004, “A Rising Tide”

Art by Luke Ross and Lee Loughridge

Written by Ethan Sacks

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theaetherghoul:

STAR WARS CHARACTERS
    ↳ Poe Dameron

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endymions:

toboldlywrite:

by-ethan-fox:

toboldlywrite:

Are you really…. not supposed to…. describe what your characters are wearing….

I think there’s a great deal of misinformation on this topic.

I believe it’s fine to describe what your characters are wearing. However, like all things, it should serve some kind of purpose.

For instance, describing winter clothes helps impart to the reader a sense of how cold it is. Describing summer clothes helps explain how warm it is.

Describing an outfit before a social event gives a window onto the character’s sense of fashion, or explains their reverence (or lack) for the event; for example a character can wear a black suit to a funeral, or watch from a distance while wearing a t-shirt and jeans. These impart a different attitude.

An outfit may be described purely to give a little more interest to a character; to give the reader a bit more insight into who they are, through the way they present themselves. It may have no greater significance to the wider story but this is still a reason to do it.

So the “purpose” doesn’t need to be super-vital to the story. It can be just because “describing this to the reader helps them appreciate the character or scene”, but that’s still a purpose.

I like that last comment because I think it can apply to a lot of things in storytelling! Anything that shows some element of your character has a purpose to the story even if it doesn’t exactly advance the plot.

I think too there’s also the matter of how it’s described.

“I was wearing a purple hoodie, black skinny jeans, and checkered converse.”

 vs 

“I wiped my palms on the thighs of my jeans. Black was the best color for when you’re going grave robbing – the dirt and blood didn’t stand out as much. Sadie flung the shovel back with a little more force than was necessary, flinging hunks of dirt onto my shoes. I paid 85$ for these limited edition checkered converse, and while perhaps I shouldn’t have been wearing them to grave rob, I didn’t have anything else. I pulled Abby’s shirt out of the pocket of my hoodie, running my fingers over the fabric. It was covered in purple lint from my jacket, but she wouldn’t care anyways. She was dead”

Treat the clothes as an aspect of the character and the situation. The first one is just information about one thing thrown at the reader, whereas you get the same information in the second, but you’re also presented with a situation, thoughts behind the dress choice for the situation, and a reaction from the reader (why is the character going grave robbing? Who is Sadie? How did Abby die?). You get so much more out of your story and your character.

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thewritersworkout:

Family: Can we read your book?

Writer: *grabs manuscript and hides it behind back* what book??

Family: The one you’re always writing.

Writer: *sweating* *shoves manuscript in pants* I have no idea what you’re talking about.

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catherinemiddletons:

Triple #ForceFriday Global Reveal

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curiouswildi:

Joaquin Phoenix

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spidaerman:

someone with (0) zero braincells: finn and poe have a great bromance

john, oscar, and me:

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backtothe80scolors:

Poe Dameron in “Space noir” (color test) =]

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sithisis:

Voltron: The Legendary Defender – Pidge + TV Tropes

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hulia-711:

To go with; First Order Lieutenant: PO-1887 Dameron. 

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jemaine:

Taika Waititi accepting the inaugural Toronto International Film Festival Ebert Director Award.

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calrisseean:

They said you were coming. They said you were the best in the parsec. Would you agree?

The Mandalorian (dir. John Favreau)

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poe-damerns:

Poe smiling at Finn | A Saga

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