Image of the Day: “Of Lightwoods and Scones” by street-angel

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This is only half the scene, a scene between Gideon Lightwood and Sophie Collins from Clockwork Princess.  It’s a cute scene, and hopefully, if you haven’t read CP2 yet, you’ll do so very soon.

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Image of the Day: “Et tu, Brute” by Street-Angel

C.19 of Clockwork Prince by Cassandra Clare

Image of the Day: Sugar and Salt by *Street-Angel

Happy Valentine’s Eve for those who are just a little shy of expressing yourself to your significant other.  BTW, don’t be!

via Sugar and Salt by *Street-Angel.

Image of the Day: Tourists by *Street-Angel

Here’s another one from Street-Angel.  Thought I’d show a cute slightly-crossover image that has Tessa being playful with Will and Jem.  I wanted to post this before we get more snippets from Cassie about how much more awful things are going to get for the trio.

This is what the artist had to say about it:

This makes perfect sense to me XD

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Image of the Day: The Infernal Downworld by *Street-Angel

It seemed appropriate as we have dealt with City of Lost Souls in 2012 and will next deal with Clockwork Princess in 2013 to show a nice fan piece with the characters that have graced both the TMI and TID series.

The lynchpins (*cough*sexsymbols*cough*) of the Victorian London downworld. Woolsey Scott, founded of the Praetor Lupus (did you sleep with him too?), Magnus Bane resident toy-boy and Warlock on demand and Camille Belcourt who fills out a bodice better than Tessa apparently.

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Image of the Day: To Your Mark by *Street-Angel

To Your Mark by *Street-Angel on deviantART.

Image of the Day: You’re all Nephilim by Street-Angel

Tessa gives an earful to Gabriel while Will amusingly watches

This is from a scene in Clockwork Angel that amuses me to no end, as it does Will:

Gabriel shook his head. “You’re a decent Shadowhunter, James,” he said, “and a gentleman. You have your – disability, but no one blames you for that. But this-” He curled his lip, jabbing a finger in Will’s direction. “This filth will only drag you down. Find someone else to be your parabatai. No one expects Will Herondale to live past nineteen, and no one will be sorry to see him go either-”

That was too much for Tessa. Without thinking about it she burst out indignantly, “What a thing to say!”

Gabriel, interrupted midrant, looked as shocked as if one of the tapestries had suddenly started talking. “Pardon me?”

“You heard me. Telling someone you wouldn’t be sorry if they died! It’s inexcusable!” She took hold of Will by the sleeve. “Come along, Will. This – this person – obviously isn’t worth wasting your time on.”

Will looked hugely entertained. “So true.”

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