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As commissioned by [livejournal.com profile] halls_mistress.

Title: Untitled
Fandom: Revolutionary War
Pairing: Lafayette/Hamilton
Rating: PG-13

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Meh, I'm beat. Meant to post this last night, but I went to bed at eight instead. (Yes, eight on a Saturday. o.0) Long week and very busy, but it's been good for inspiration. This drawing is the first of many that will hopefully be finished this weekend...and maybe some more Saint-Just/Robespierre fics too.

So yes, more dancing! And this time the lovely couple is the Marquis de Lafayette (the guy in blue) and Alexander Hamilton (the guy in green) doing the minuet as requested by [livejournal.com profile] lacecravat. Unfortunately, I don't really think this looks much like the minuet. *facepalms* Oh well, at least Hamilton and Lafayette turned out alright.

Title: Minuet
Fandom: The American Revolution
Pairing: Hamilton/Lafayette
Rating: G
Medium: 0.7 mm mechanical pencil, Micron 01 ink pen, and colored pencil.

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And because photobucket is teh suckorz, a larger version of this pic can be found here on my devART account.
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Meh, have spent the day sick and out of school. I have the most evil sore throat, fever, and headache ever. I almost tried to push myself to go to school today, but I couldn't quite manage, not even with Advil. Grr. >.< Thankfully though I was able to get some sleep for most of the morning. A bit later I got up and put on the History Channel's The French Revolution DVD (which I bought 20% off yesterday. w00t!).

It was really good imho. It wasn't particularly biased in anyone's favor, and I ended up sympathizing with pretty much everybody at some point, even the revolutionary, Danton (whom I hate) and Marie-Antoinette. Robespierre in particular was portrayed very well. Whoever did the casting chose a great guy for his part. *grin* Sadly, Saint-Just wasn't in it at all save for a brief mention.

While it was playing, I also sketched this little doodle of Robespierre. It was spawned by this quote by him: "Virtue without which terror is murderous, terror without which virtue is powerless. Terror is nothing else than swift, severe, indomitable justice; it flows, then, from virtue."

Also, I finally finished a Hamilton/Lafayette picture which was requested by both Jestana from deviantART and [livejournal.com profile] lacecravat

Title: "Pleased to make your acquaintance."
Fandom: American Revolutionary War
Pairing: very mildly Marquis de Lafayette/Alexander Hamilton
Rating: G

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