Open To Interpretation

Disabled author and artist, find my books under Licie Laine on Amazon

Posts tagged secret diary of a call girl:

You Can't Give Up - Digital Oil Painting

Hannah encourages Hardy when he’s at a low point, sometimes he doesn’t understand how she never loses faith in him.

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Broadchurch: Beach Wedding - Digital Oil Painting

The final part of the trilogy! Hannah and Hardy attend a wedding on the beach and it gives them a few ideas about their own future.

“Caught the bouquet, Hardy. Guess that means we’re next?”
To her surprise, he smiled as he gave his typical answer. “Mm.”
“...Wait, was that a yes ‘mm’ or a no ‘mm’?”
“Guess you’ll have to wait and see.”

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Broadchurch: Protective Custody - Digital Oil Painting

The second in this crossover series, Hardy takes on Hannah’s protection detail, personally.

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Broadchurch: Secret Diary - Digital Oil Painting

A fake promo for a Broadchurch x Secret Diary of a Call Girl crossover.

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See Why He Loves Her - Digital Oil Painting

Most people can’t fathom what Hannah sees in Alec Hardy, but then they catch him laughing at her dumb jokes and it’s incredibly easy to see why he loves her.

I love how all the different textures turned out, the fur, the jumper, the hair, click to enlarge to see the detail. ^_^

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Prank Gone Wrong - Digital Oil Painting

“For God’s sake, Alec, I just thought it was funny that it didn’t say ‘#1 boyfriend,’ not that you’re one of many. You know you’re my only actual boyfriend.” He remained silent and she sighed, grabbing her keys to head out. “Fine, you know, I can see you in the reflection of the telly, I see you watching me while angrily drinking your tea. Call me when you decide to grow up.” He could be such a child sometimes. Though he would likely argue that she’d been childish first by giving him the damn mug in the first place. Knob.

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