-I learned choreography for my fight at the renaissance festival, swords and everything!
-My teaching license is coming to me in the mail!
-This corset is proving way easier to make than I remember the last one being!
UUUUGGGHHH. I just cut part of the sleeve of this smock because I wasn’t paying attention when I laid the fabric down to cut the neckline.
I’m honestly probably going to replace the whole piece because I can’t think of any reason my character would settle for that and I can’t figure out how to fix it without making it obvious. I was just SO CLOSE to finishing it.
Hiccup does not have nightmares about his father. Instead he sometimes dreams that his dad is still alive, and it’s business in the village as usual. He dreams about his father giving him the Chief talk, about his father telling him to pay attention, about his father happily clapping him on the back and about his father chewing him out for something silly and inconsequential.
All in all, most dreams Hiccup has about Stoick are so awfully normal that for the span of a night, he forgets Stoick is dead until the sun streams in and he wakes up wondering why the house isn’t quaking with his father’s footsteps.
Nightmares, Hiccup can deal with. It’s the dreams that trick him into thinking his father will walk through the door at any moment, that hurt.