Someone requested a post of all of the current Strong Female Characters, so here you go.
“…because in the end this was never the great love story of Tessa and Will (though they have a great love) or Tessa and Jem (though they have a great love) or even Will and Jem (though they have a great love) but the love of Tessa, Will and Jem. The three of them. When Tessa and Will kiss on the stairs at the Institute, they hear the violin: that symbolized Jem. When Tessa and Jem kiss at the end, Will is very much present for both of them: it is no dishonor to his memory, but rather the greatest thing they could have done for him: the thing he would have wished for above all other things, that the two people he loved most in the world would be happy when he was gone. They are and will always be, a triad.” - Cassandra Clare (x)
Art by Cassandra Jean (x)
Abderrahim is an Iberian scholar and was on his way back from drawing complete map of the Baltic Sea when the vessel he was traveling on capsized in a storm floated to shore not far from Castle Dunbroch. Merida took to looking after the injured and before long the adventurous duo were inseparable and Abderrahim’s despair over his lost research forgotten as Merida showed him the Highlands. This picture is Queen Merida and King Abderrahim on the tenth birthday of their twins, prince Fergus and princess Jamila.
Probably the hardest, yet the most enjoyable set I created so far.
“When they were little girls, they decided that they would be best friends forever. A whale never forgets a promise.” -Anneliese Juergensen
Jonathan Rhys Meyers as Salazar Slytherin
Imogen Poots as Helga Hufflepuff
Katie McGrath as Rowena Ravenclaw
Henry Cavill as Godric Gryffindor
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“You all know, of course, that Hogwarts was founded over a thousand years ago - the precise date is uncertain - by the four greatest witches and wizards of the age. They built this castle together, far from prying Muggle eyes, for it was an age when magic was feared by common people, and witches and wizards suffered much persecution.”
— Professor Binns : Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets