So, I’m dumb as hell and forgot to post these for months 🤦. Here is a full body design of Clara and a sketch of her little brother Fritz, along with some character explanation.
Clara is 19 years old. She is very resourceful and is able to think on her feet, although she tends to use her emotions a lot. ￼When she and her brother were very young their parents had passed away, and they have been moved around to any relive that could take care of them, because of this Clara has taken it upon herself to raise her younger brother. Unfortunately Clara isn’t the most patient person, and once in a while she might lose her cool and get frustrated with him. ￼
Fritz is 8 years old, and is a very care free and Energetic kid￼. He looks at the brighter side of things, and even for his circumstances, he is almost always in a good mood. ￼Sometimes Fritz can be a bit oblivious to things, until he ends up getting in trouble. ￼ Otherwise he is a pretty good kid, he loves his sister very much, and always tries his best to cheer her up when she is feeling down. Overall him and Clara are very close, have a pretty strong relationship (when she isn’t trying to mother him).
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i am still. hm., many thoughts, head full, but for now i do think that c!wilbur is contradicting himself?
and,, that makes sense for a man who has been in solitude for 13 years.
take it from a person who spend most of their life alone thinking, you do tend to spiral like that when you dont have anything to keep you stimulated or distracted with.
I had a phase where i thought i was a different person every day because i spend so much time overthinking my opinions and identity that it changed so drastically so fast.
every belief and ideal, and c!wilbur is filled to the brim with those as the conversation with ranboo beautifully contrasted, is based on a construct.
normally, you construct it with your own and others experiences, facts and science, feelings and empathy. But when youre alone, you only have your own thoughts to fill that construct with. You overanalyze what you know and the little you have experienced and come to conclusions that are completely incomprehensible to anyone who doesnt know the exact way you got there.
wilbur would have killed dream in exile, yet he sees him as his hero. he sees himself as a different person than he was before, he wants to change, but he wants to return to the power he once had. he needs to apologize not knowing what for, he vows not to lie yet he contradicts himself, but all of it is equally true to him. he believes everything he says is true.
it's conclusions hes reached.
one point that I think shows what i mean really well is when he explained how he saw phil killing him as a good thing because if phil didnt do it, wilbur would have ended up in prison. he talked about it pretty briefly, and im sure there is no way most people would have drawn that conclusion, but you could still somewhat follow how he got there. its just that he didnt have tommy there before, who could go 'wait, exile actually happened because of georges house. and couldnt you have stood your ground better than tubbo anyway? there is different aspects you need to consider'
and thats why people need others, man. you need someone to be there and give you a deserved slap sometimes, to say 'what youre saying doesnt make any sense right now, youre not thinking realistically'
...I wonder what that slap will be for Wilbur.
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