TAGS: this makes me so happy / captain america / fandom stuff / fandom writing / art should comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable / lgbtqiap+ / lgbtqiap+ in fiction / representation in fiction / (not so much cap as representation but cap fighting for representation) / (cap calling attention to these issues is not representation; these are not issues that belong to cap / but by virtue of cap being cap he would seek to help the people to whom such issues as representation and such would belong to) / (just to explain the tags) / queue of words /
TAGS: WANT / because I place an unreasonably high importance on bread / and I don't regret a single second of it / and also 'cos it looks like a quiver / and archers forever and all that haha / also / this is DEFINITELY what Hipster!Legolas carries around his bread in / i mean it looks like a quiver but it carries around food / it's nearly a necessity / plus it's cool and elvish-looking / it's a win-win scenario (that happens to hold bread) / hipster!legolas / lotr / tolkien / food tw / queue of words /
legolets said: Do you have any information on creating a fictional language? I'm doing world building right now and I'm really looking into creating a language.
Most fictional languages are based on other languages, usually Latin or something writers can build upon. I haven’t done a post on this, but I can direct you to some interesting/helpful resources.