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Will smiled as he watched Djaq wake, drawing her blanket up a little, knowing it was cold outside their cosy bunks. “Morning.”

Her lips curled upwards. “Will. Hello.”

He leant a little closer so he could whisper even more quietly to her. “Djaq, are you happy to celebrate Christmas with us today? If you don’t want to it’s okay. You and me, we can go off somewhere, do something else, avoid anything festive.”

She felt a little emotional at the gesture; she knew he loved Christmas, it reminded him of family and home, and he’d been excitedly babbling all month about how he wanted to show her what it was like. But he valued her comfort more, he was willing to give it up for her. She shook her head. “I want to celebrate with you.”

He beamed. “Merry Christmas.”

“Merry Christmas.”

“Ready to get up?”

Djaq nodded eagerly. “You’ve got to show me Christmas, right?.”

“I will, you know how much I’ve been looking forward to it.” He pressed a kiss to her cheek. “You get ready.” He rolled over, pushing one end of the curtain aside as he got out of bed. Carefully, he shut the curtain that enclosed their bunks, giving her some privacy to change. A few minutes later, the material opened again, and Will turned to Djaq with a grin. “Wait, wait, wait.” He quickly placed his hand over eyes, hardly touching her but blocking her vision.


“Hang on, just trust me.” She felt him put his hand on her back and help her stand without letting her see anything. “Just step forward and there you go.”

He dropped his arm and Djaq looked around at the camp. It had been decorated; a variety of little wooden ornaments hung from the walls and ceiling and paper chains were strung up along every beam she could see. “It’s beautiful. Is this why you were getting to bed so late?”

He nodded with a smile. “Worth it.”

Tentatively, she reached out and ran her finger over one, a star. “They’re perfect. You made all of these?”

“Carved every single one. I made Allan do the chains. Here.” He grabbed the nearest blanket off his bunk and wrapped it around her shoulders.

“Thank you.” Gathering it around her, she leant up to kiss his cheek. “I think I’m going to love Christmas.”


Having eaten their measly Christmas dinner, in the early afternoon the two friends huddled by the fire, responsible for keeping it alive and simultaneously soaking up all the heat they could get. When they settled down and Will gathered her into his arms, Djaq pressed herself into his chest, tucking her head under his and pushing her way under his cloak. Will wrapped their blanket around her, waiting for her to stop shaking; once she finally did, he withdrew his arms from around her but kept close as he reached to his side.

“I got you a present. Merry Christmas.” He held the gift out to her, watching as she tentatively extended her hand to meet him half way, hesitating to take it from him.

“Will! You didn’t have to.”

“Yes I did.”

Djaq softly laughed, suddenly reassured that he was giving it freely, without expectations of a gift so perfect in return. He just wanted to make her smile and give her the best first Christmas he could. Still she hoped with all her heart that he would love her gift; she already knew she would love his, that was just how incredible he was when it came to knowing her. “Thank you.”

He gently bumped his shoulder against hers. “Go on, Djaq, open it.”

“Patience.” She stifled a smile and pulled on the ends of the bow to unravel it.

He reached out to grab the ribbon as it fell loose, taking hold of her hand before she had the chance to open the gift any more. “Come here.” Drawing her arm towards him, he coaxed her to rest it on his knee, and then wrapped the ribbon gently round her wrist to form a new bow.

Letting his touch linger for a second, she withdrew her hand with a smile, returning to opening the present. She unfolded the surrounding cloth, beaming as she looked at the wooden box within, tracing her fingers around the intricate border. “Will.”

He leant forward a little, watching her expression intently. “Open it.”

She did, mouth opening in awe as she took in the contents. Needles and threads, vials, pots, surgical implements and a compartment for bandages; it was a medical kit. “It’s perfect. I knew it would be but it’s perfect.” He smiled. “The box is beautiful, it’s incredible, thank you for making it for me. Will, thank you so much for this.”

He leant a little closer so their foreheads were almost touching. “I was amazed by the way you saved Marian, I wish I’d been there to see it, and to help. I just thought, if you can do that without the proper instruments, what could you do with them?”

A smile touched her lips at the compliment. “I will treasure this forever.”

“I hope it helps you save someone else’s life.”

She felt a shiver run down her spine and he instinctively put his arms back around her, eliciting a sigh of contentment from her. “You save people’s lives too, do you know that? Sometimes in ways you don’t even realise.” Confused, Will furrowed his brow and was met with a reassuring smile. “Like your traps. You stopped the cart. I would have been sold into slavery. If it wasn’t for you I’d have probably died in the mines by now.” She smiled wider to counteract the frown that formed on his lips at the thought. “And you help me look after and save people.”

“I’m so glad I saved you.”

She smiled, holding his gaze for a few seconds. “You know, every time I use this to help or save someone, you’ll be helping them too.”

He held her tighter as she began to shiver uncontrollably, even as she tensed her muscles to stop it. “Are you cold?”

“Of course I’m cold. I’m not used to this sort of weather.”

“I know.” He rubbed her arm to generate a little more warmth. “We’ll go to Knighton Hall soon, and Edward said we could stay a few nights. It’ll be warmer in there, alright? I’ll keep you warm.”

“You are, mostly. But I’m sure I’ll get used to it soon.”

“Probably when spring’s starting and it’s getting warmer. Let me get you another blanket, or two.”

“No, stay here.” She leant further into him, resting her head back under his and absorbing whatever warmth she could in so little time. “I'm okay, warm enough. All I know is that I really appreciate you looking after me.”

“Well, you freezing to death would ruin Christmas.” He smiled as she laughed. “And my whole life actually.”

“Oh, Will.” Covering him with the blanket too, she fed her hands under his cloak to cuddle him to her. “I’m not that cold. And I know you’d never let that happen.” With a smile, she looked up to meet his gaze. “You’re the most perfect best friend; I couldn’t ask anything more of you.”


That evening the gang sheltered within one of Knighton Hall's stables; though their friends wanted to help them through the particularly cold winter, they couldn't be seen entering the manor. It at least helped that the horses had been moved to the other stable; they had peace and the hay for the animals provided some much needed insulation.

Djaq had nestled up against Will at the far end of the barn and tucked a couple of blankets around them, the rest of their gang had settled down for the night at the opposite corner. The pair weren't yet tired and had instead taken up residence in the only area that was lit by the moonlight so they could just about see each other.

“I didn't get the chance to give you my gift earlier.” Djaq placed the fabric wrapped present into his lap, keeping her hand resting on it. “I hope you had a merry Christmas.”

“It was the best.” He beamed. “And how was your first Christmas?”

“Magical. I enjoyed every minute of today with you. Thank you, for everything. I hope you like it.”

He closed his hand around her gift. “You really didn't have to; I told you I was going to show you what Christmas is.”

She smiled, leaning closer so moonlight reflected in the tears around her eyes. “You have been so excited about Christmas for a month, more. How could I not?”

Will curled an arm around her shoulders, drawing her into him to kiss her cheek, seeking to placate anything less than positive that perhaps lingered in that emotion. “You are just too lovely to me.”

Djaq shook her head. “Open, please.”

He happily obliged, unwrapping the item to reveal the leather-bound book tied closed. Gently he undid the strap and opened to the first page. “For Will, love Djaq. What is it?”

“I wrote down all the myths and legends and stories from my childhood, anything I could think of.” She watched as he flicked through the pages, taking in how many were full. “I hope you like it.”

“I love it!” The sudden excitement that overcame him almost woke their friends, but the smile returning to her face stopped him caring.

“You do?”

“Of course I do! Something to learn more about your homeland and culture, and you. Plus, you made me it. All that time you spent on it for me; I love it. How did you even find time?”

This time the damp forming in her eyes made him smile back. “Good, I, I'm glad. I suppose I was writing when you were making my box.”

“Well I am looking forward to every word, just, you know, bear with me with it; my reading's nowhere near as good as yours.”

Djaq shook her head, shifting to return his embrace and squeeze the self-doubt out of him. “I think you're good at it. Will, you know the fact you can read at all says a lot about you; you're intelligent and sought out education wherever you could. Most can't read at all, you could when we met.” She looked up at him, making sure he was taking in every word. “Please remember you are wonderful, as intelligent as me. This is supposed to be a gift to enjoy, I don't want to make you feel inferior. Will, I don't think-”

He cupped her face with both hands, leaving her cold. “I know. I told you I love it, thank you for the beautiful gift. But what made this Christmas was you, just you.” She no longer felt cold, even before he pulled her back into his arms for protection from the elements. “Having you here with me, knowing you, was the best present I've ever had. It's all I'll ever need, Djaq.”
The Best Present
I started this around last Christmas, but I'm so bad at getting Christmas stories finished for any fandom that I'm even late for this Christmas (and haven't finished one for any other fandom either.)

Robin Hood BBC story.
Set the Christmas between Series 1 and 2.
Happy 16th Anniversary DeviantArt
For my version of the DeviantArt 16th Anniversary Template I decided I wanted to do make an actual picture.

BBC Robin Hood fans may notice that it's Will & Djaq by a fire, by the river in Sherwood Forest.

I actually really enjoyed this; I have been wanting to make some more visual art but keep delaying it for lack of skill or perceived time.

Happy 16th Birthday DeviantArt! Apparently I have been here for half of it!
Set after the main events of Audrey Pauley.

“How are you feeling?”

Monica smiled as John settled back into the chair at her bedside. “Are you going to ask me that every time you sit back back down?”

“I expect so. Not going to answer?”

“I feel okay, same as five minutes ago. How about I let you know if I don't?”

“Yeah, okay. Sorry.”

“John.” Shaking her head, Reyes reached across to place her hand on his arm, willing him to relax and look at her. It took more than a moment, but it worked and let her lean back again. “I am proud of you for today.”

A familiar crease formed in his brow and made her want to ignore her weakened state and comfort her partner. “I didn't do anything, Monica; it was you that pulled through.”

Despite his doubting, she smiled. “Not true. When we met you would have just believed the science; I know that as the good man you are you would always have been upset, but you would have believed the doctors that said I was gone, accepted it. Today, you refused to believe that; despite everything and everyone telling you I was gone, you believed in something greater than science or medicine, that I am more than just a set of medical readings. You believed Audrey–”

“I believed in you.”

Reaching out to him, Monica pulled him to her to kiss his cheek, holding him to her for just a few seconds after. “John, you showed your open mind, you believed in something no less than supernatural that made you fight them, fight to keep the machines going, to keep me here. Agent Scully told me that if you hadn't fought them the way you did, hadn't believed, they would have switched off the machine and I wouldn't be here.”

Though he wanted to look away, her eyes held him steadfast. “I'd believe in anything I had to to save you.”

John.” Her hand fell from his jaw back into her lap, fingers curling in the blanket and drawing his gaze down just long enough that he could take her hand. “I know Audrey helped, but thank you for saving my life.”

“I don't know what I would have done if I couldn't.”

She squeezed his fingers; they'd both been in that position. “Before, when you said you were a cat person because they had no expectations so you couldn't disappoint them.”

“After this, I believe you when you say I'm a dog person.”

“No, who do you think you disappoint?” Evidently the neutral expression he maintained meant she wasn't getting a response. That in itself gave her enough of an answer. “If it's me, I did mean it that I couldn't see how you could ever disappoint anyone. You've never let me down, I have never been disappointed in you, just impressed. And proud, grateful...”

He smiled. “Like I said, you proved me wrong; dog person. Now come on, you need to rest, and before your parents get here.”

“Are you going to rest too?”

He nodded. “And I'll stay.” Keen to keep the contact with her, he reached for the light switch with his free hand, and leant in to kiss her forehead. “Goodnight, Monica.”


“And, Monica? Next time, you have to let me drive you home.”

She smiled, nodding despite the darkness and turned her hand over to slide her fingers between his as a replacement gesture. “Sure. Thank you.”
This is the first (and so far only) thing I've ever written for The X-Files. When I started watching it, I didn't expect that it wouldn't be a Mulder & Scully focussed piece, but Audrey Pauley just so happened to be the episode that sparked an idea.
Taking advantage of the unusually hot weather one Sunday in April, Will and Djaq stole away from their friends to a small glade in Sherwood Forest. Sheltered from wind by thick greenery, they lounged in the dappled sunshine that filtered through the canopy above, dozing in the warmth as she lay back against him with her head on his chest, enjoying the much needed time to relax.

The clearing was so peaceful that over the months since they'd first spent time there, they'd been visiting more and more frequently for a peaceful escape, the quiet area always enticing them back once more. As the only two who ever went there, the little sanctuary had served them well, the time together going a long way towards keeping them sane through the hardships of their lives as outlaws.

It was a place he had found as a child, a curious boy searching for wonders and actually finding one. Though at the time he hadn't known what it would mean later, he had come to value the discovery the first time she had needed it. Missing home and seeming sad, he had whisked her away to what would become their hideaway. Basking in the sun, they'd exchanged stories and memories of their families, sharing secrets and finding comfort in the trust that took, and in one moment of hope, Will had urged her to seek him out whenever she needed home so they could keep finding it in each other. That first evening, as the sky turned orange and grew dark, she drifted off beside him and he was content in knowing that his words and their green haven had done her good that day.

“Will, can I ask you something?”

He smiled, turning his face away from the sun so he could open his eyes. “Always, you know that.”

“I mean you don't have to answer.”

Peering at her, Will reached over to take a hold of the hand resting on her stomach. “Ask.”

Silently watching him, wanting to give him a second chance to refuse despite knowing he wouldn't, she let a few seconds of silence pass between them and then squeezed his hand. “When your father asked you to go to Scarborough with him and Luke, if you'd had the chance to talk to him, tell him about me, and he had said I could go too, would you have said yes?”

Grateful for the grounding contact, he swept his thumb across her wrist. “I'd have been tempted.”

Djaq smiled, leaning further back and holding his gaze. “Me too.”

“Tempted enough to ask you.”

“Do you ever wish you had said yes when he did ask?”

“Of course. If I could talk to him after. Not just because he'd probably still be alive. Luke wouldn't have had to witness that, my father wouldn't have thought he'd needed to prove himself, he'd have had the chance to meet you, properly meet you. I really wish he could have got to know you.”

Nodding, she blinked away the tears welling in her eyes. “Me too.”

“Sometimes I wonder if I said the wrong thing, but I couldn't just leave you behind, I'll never do that.”

“I know; I never imagined you would. I've thought about those things too. That night, when I comforted you; once you finally fell asleep I wondered if there'd been something I could have said or done and stopped it. If I could have saved you from that pain, spoken to him about how proud he made you, learnt about your childhood and your mother. Pointless wonderings but I am sorry there was nothing I could do.”

“It's not fair that you were both deprived of that, but I know he would have loved you, would have marvelled at your intelligence, and strength, so would my mother. He would be grateful that I have you, that you take care of me. When I miss him I take comfort in that, in you. What I have with you is what they both wanted for me.”

“I know mine would think the same about you too. You are a wonderful, honourable man. I am so glad I met you.”

“And I don't know what I'd do without you.” He smiled at the grin his words induced in her.

“Thank you for answering my question.”

He shook his head at her. “Thank you for caring so much about my father, about me. And for the never ending affection, laughter, time you spend with me.”

“It's my pleasure, Will. You're my best friend and you know I adore you.” Pulling herself upright, Djaq shuffled across and twisted round to lie beside him. “I hope I'll always be stuck with you.”

Will wrapped his arm around her shoulders, drawing her into his chest and softly kissing the bridge of her nose. “Didn't I promise you forever?”
Clint held his partner tightly to him, cradling her head in his palm to provide at least some semblance of protection. It wasn't easy to control a jet with one hand whilst keeping her safe in his lap, but it was necessary and luckily the direct route meant that most of the time he could rely on the autopilot and keep all his attention on her as she needed. “It's alright.” He fought to concentrate on her beautiful face instead of the blood he could feel on his hand, leaving a matted mess in the place of her stunning natural curls.

Though quiet, she was holding consciousness, but every time she closed her eyes he felt a touch of uncontrollable fear that she wouldn't ever wake up. He needed them to get back to headquarters quicker than they were, needed someone to examine her when all he could do was hold her, comfort her, and give her something to hold on for. It certainly didn't help that usually he'd tend to her wound, she preferred it wherever possible and he treasured that trust, and yet suddenly he was useless, helpless. “I'm here Tasha, I've got you. And I won't leave you. I promise I won't leave you.”


“Shh.” He kept his eyes trained on hers, hoping the familiar sight would soothe her. “You're safe. We're almost there, just relax. You're safe. I'm here. I need you. You know I need you.” He carefully brushed his lips against her forehead. “I'll look after you, I promise. Trust me, just focus on me, your Hawkeye, your stupid partner.” He was sure one corner of her lips twitched upwards just slightly. “I'm so proud of you. So so proud. It's alright, I've got you, Tash.” Ten minutes, just ten long and excruciating minutes until he could get her to the medical wing, and she just had to be alright.


Clint held Natasha's left hand tightly in his own, pressing kisses to the back of it as he sat patiently at her bedside, waiting for her to wake up. It had been just over two hours since the doctors had left them and she had been peacefully asleep the whole time, thankfully without the need for drugs.

Coulson had been in after half an hour, bringing them some clean clothes and food, and allowing him a sixty second break in the adjoined bathroom without abandoning her. Once their colleague left, he took the chance to change his now blood-stained t-shirt for a clean one, and then settled back in where he belonged, clasping her hand once more.

He refused to look away from her, gaze fixed on his beautiful partner's face, he had all the patience in the world when it came to her and had no doubt she knew he would wait forever if she needed him to. At the first glimpse of green eyes, lashes flickering, he squeezed her hand to reassure her, beaming. “Tasha.”

He waited for her to focus on him, rubbing his thumb back and forth across the back of her hand to provide a reassuring constant as her mind began to clear. “Clint? Clint.”

“Yeah it's me. It's alright, you're in a medical bay. You're safe, I'm here, just relax for me.”


“Shh.” He switched the hand which was holding hers, freeing the left one to cup her cheek and help keep her calm, gaze on him. “You're safe. I promise everything's alright. I'm here.”

“I'm alright? My head.” She lifted her right hand, instinctively bringing her fingers vaguely towards the worst of the pain.

“Don't.” Clint gently touched her wrist, protecting her wound, but judging by the frown on her face he hadn't kept her from discovering the other issue. She trapped the tip of her hair between her fingers, holding it where it sat by the top of her cheek instead of below her shoulders. “Tasha.” He took her hand away, kissing her palm.

“My hair.”

“Shh.” He began to stroke her locks to replace the negative feelings with comfort. “I know.” Cupping her cheek, he leant closer and pressed a tender kiss to her forehead. “You were bleeding, a lot. It was in your hair, and left it matted. When we got here, I needed to get your head looked at, but the doctors couldn't see to examine you. I was so worried about you. There wasn't time to wash your hair or fight our way through, I was only able to clean you up once you'd been checked out and treated. We had to cut your hair to get to your wound, to help you. We had to make sure we could examine you completely, but luckily it looked a lot worse than it is, you're alright, when it heals you will be absolutely fine. I'm sorry about your hair though.”

“It's okay.” She frowned, and he knew it wasn't really alright, just better than being dead or brain-damaged. He resumed brushing his fingers over her red hair, coaxing her to relax with every touch. “It'll grow back. It will grow back, right?”

The archer nodded. “Of course it will.” Lifting her hand in his, he raised it to his mouth to leave a lingering kiss on her skin. The corner of her lips twitched at the contact, so he smiled back.

“So, how bad does it look?”

“Doesn't.” He shook his head. “You look beautiful.”

She scoffed; the damp and roughly severed hair, pale skin from blood loss, exhaustion and intense headache were hardly conventional elements of beauty. “Are you saying that because you mean it, or because you're my partner?”

“I mean it.” He swept his thumb over her temple. “I'm so glad you're alright.”

“Me too.” She squeezed his hand, taking comfort in the feel of his palm on her skin. “Thank you for saving me.”

“Shh.” Smiling, he shook his head, caressing her cheek. “I need you, Tash. Thank you for holding on.”

Her brow furrowed just slightly. “Sorry for scaring you.”

Again he shook his head, leaning closer. “Shh. Thank you for holding on.” Tenderly cupping her face, he pressed a kiss to the crease that had just formed. “Just relax. I think you need some rest.”


“I'll stay right here, look after you while you sleep, make sure you don't hurt yourself. Just a few hours until morning. and then hopefully I can bring you home.”

“Home sounds good.”

“Yeah it does.” He nodded with a smile. “So get some sleep.”

“But my head hurts. I have a massive headache.”

Once again, he swept his thumb across her temple. “That's to be expected. But you're alright. And I'm going to help you relax.” Leaning closer, he brought his face to her level. “How about, since this is a private room and no one will be coming in, a nice cuddle? Warmth, a soothing heartbeat, comfort. Will you let me cuddle you?” She watched him, taking it in, and then nodded, just twice. A grin spread across his face and he took his hand away from her cheek to move the edge of the blanket before climbing up to join her. “Come here.” With deliberate tenderness, he helped her lift herself, protecting her head as he drew her into his arms, and then bringing it to rest against his chest. “You'll feel better soon. A couple of days and you'll feel like yourself again. Until then, I've got you.”

She nodded her acknowledgement, and then clenched her fingers in the material of his t-shirt. “You changed your shirt.”

“Yeah. I got it dirty.”

He noted the pause, and when she flattened her palm against him, laid his on top. “You mean I got it dirty.”

“Shh.” He squeezed her hand, then lifted his to her cheek, kissing her forehead. “Doesn't matter. It doesn't matter at all; you're safe.”


“As long as I have you, I'm happy. I can't do this without you. Any of this.”

“Except you were at S.H.I.E.L.D. years before we met.”

“When I was asked to join S.H.I.E.L.D. I didn't do it because I thought I'd be good at it, thought I would do a lot of good in the world, or because I thought I could be a hero. I thought that, just maybe, I could do one thing that would make everything I'd been through worth it, just one thing that mattered. You were that thing, Tash. You are that thing; helping you, saving you, and letting you be you. I've always been doing this for you, all of it.” He leant down to press another kiss to her forehead, and she closed her eyes at the contact.

“I am so lucky to have you.”

He beamed. “Feeling's mutual. And I am so proud to be yours.” Gently rubbing slow, soothing circles on her back, he held her a little tighter to bring his arms further around her and surround her with his embrace. “That's it. Relax and get some sleep. I'm protecting you.”

She nodded slightly, fingers gripping his side. “Thank you.”


By the next afternoon their wish had been granted, Natasha was discharged and allowed to go home, left in Clint's care under the condition that he promised not to leave her alone. He had welcomed the excuse to fuss, but exhausted and aching, she was all to happy to indulge him anyway. Despite turning the heat up a few degrees, he tucked her under a blanket on their couch, giving her the choice of viewing and pampering her with affection as they lounged in front of the TV together.

Hours after the movie had ended, Natasha curled her fingers in Clint's hair as he stirred from his sleep, smiling as he turned his head in her lap slightly. “Hello, sleepyhead.”



“I fell asleep on you?” He swiftly sat up, twisting round and looking into her eyes. “I'm sorry, I'm meant to be looking after you, you're wounded, you're the one that needs taking care of. I'm supposed to take care of my partner.”

Tenderly taking hold of his chin, she leant closer and silenced him with a kiss, the second of contact enough to make him pause and take a breath. She smiled. “You saved my life yesterday. You deserve some rest, you've earned it. I've been resting too, haven't moved, haven't been in danger. You look after me. Don't worry.”

“I know, I just...”

She nodded slowly. “I know. We had a bit of a scare.”

“Hey.” He shifted slightly closer, taking her hand in his and drawing it into his lap. “I see you feeling guilty; don't do that. It wasn't your fault, Tash.” He squeezed her fingers to reaffirm the promise he'd already made countless times before. “Are you alright?”

She nodded. “I have a bit of a headache, but I'm alright.”

“Natasha Romanoff alright, or Clint Barton alright?”

She beamed. “Clint Barton alright. I promise I feel okay.”

“Good.” He brushed his thumb against her temple, tucking a lock of hair behind her ear with a simply flick of his hand. “I can't lose you.”

Leaning into his touch, she took his hand in her own, drawing it away from her cheek and focusing on the sensations in the tips of her fingers as they uncurled to lie flat against his. “I'm alright. You saved me.” She turned her palm, making sure not to break the contact as she carefully intertwined their fingers. “I think we both need to rest.”

“Are you suggesting we nap together?”

“Well you're not exactly going to let me out of your sight.”


“And you know it will do us both a lot of good.”

“Yeah, I'm not objecting. You go and curl up, I'm gonna get us some hot drinks, and then I'll join you.” A smile played on the corner of her lips. “What?”

“You make me happy.”

“I do my best. You make me very happy too.”
  1. How long have you been on DeviantArt?
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    Rainbow Flower by Abboz
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    For other art I mostly use my Wacom Bamboo tablet and Photoshop (I don't recall doing any traditional art for a long time, though I wish I could, I just require too many undos/redos.)

  14. What is the most inspirational place for you to create art?
    I don't have anywhere in particular, the closest thing to a particular place is somewhere watching a show (or more specifically characters) I love; they are all that inspires me to create things, at least I want to create things for them.

  15. What is your favourite DeviantArt memory?
    Nothing springs to mind unfortunately. Perhaps when people surprised me by making me things, that used to be amazing.


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amazingmle11 Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Happy birthday! Sorry I'm late. :)
Abboz Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks, don't worry about it, I'm not really into birthdays anymore.
therandomgal800 Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Happy birthday! Hug 
Abboz Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Aww thank you. I really appreciate you taking the time to message me.
therandomgal800 Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Anytime. :)
Abboz Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
What was it that you added me to your watch list for? I know I've been really bad lately at posting things, but I have reasons and I am sorry. 
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Laurenthebumblebee Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2014  Student General Artist
Happy Birthday Abi :)
Abboz Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Aww, thanks! :hug:
TehAngelsCry Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2014  Professional Interface Designer
Happy Birthday Abi! 
Abboz Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you very much!
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