feuilly

I got bored so I made a map of Les Amis significant interactions with/feelings towards each other, with dialogue from the Brick and some manip’ed character designs. (Mostly just heavily edited screencaps from the movie.)

IT TOOK A LONG TIME. Click the high-res button to really get the flavour of it.

Les Amis de l’ABC MINIMALIST POSTERS! I love that kind of design, y’see, but I’ve never tried making any til now.

All made from free vectors I found on the internet. I tried to get a bit creative with them and not do anything I’d ever seen before. Dunno if I succeeded, but can you tell who’s who?

courfeyquack:

Headcanon: There were a number of instances where Grantaire managed to sneak Feuilly into some of his art lectures with him provided he “sit down, be quiet, just don’t get noticed.”

Because Grantaire knows how much Feuilly would give for a university education, and even though he can’t give him that he still wants him to at least have some kind of experience of it.

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lerrryyyyy:

This was based on this post… and I died doing this because, ugh, feels *creys*

OH MY GOD

OH MY GOD
SOMEONE DID IT

AND IT’S BEAUTIFUL

 

Everyone has their own modern-day Les Amis dreamcast: meet mine!

Enjolras: Aaron Tveit
Combeferre: Richard Ayoade (IF I CONTRIBUTE NOTHING ELSE TO FANDOM I WANT TO CONTRIBUTE RICHARD AS COMBEFERRE HE IS PERFECT)
Jehan: Evanna Lynch
Feuilly: Ruth Negga
Courfeyrac: (the very, very adorable) Freema Agyeman
Bahorel: Gwendoline Christie
Bousset: Noel Clarke (anyone recollect his ‘let’s go liberate Paris’ line from Doctor Who?)
Joly: Hugh Skinner
Grantaire: George Blagden (can you believe, that was the ugliest picture I could find of him?)

t-funster:

The Friends of the ABC
A Group Which Barely Missed Becoming Historic

  • Feuilly

“Feuilly was a workingman, a fan-maker, orphaned both of father and mother, who earned with difficulty three francs a day, and had but one thought, to deliver the world. He had one other preoccupation, to educate himself; he called this also, delivering himself. He had taught himself to read and write; everything that he knew, he had learned by himself. Feuilly had a generous heart. The range of his embrace was immense. This orphan had adopted the peoples. As his mother had failed him, he meditated on his country.”