Thursday, August 18, 2011

Thursday Thirteen - 224 - 13 Ways Richard Armitage Serves as My Muse

On Monday, the actor who serves as muse for my Scorpius character will turn 40. To mark this illustrious milestone, here is a series of 13 screencaptures from several of his projects that stand in for my own fictional character, Scorpius, featured in my Tuesday/Wednesday serial feature. You can CLICK HERE to read the boyhood backstory so far.

I wish Richard Armitage a very happy birthday with much gratitude, as he has given me a character whom I have grown to love deeply.

The synopsis for the adult Scorpius storyline:

Scorpius is freed from captivity and torture when the noble he serves is ransomed. Delivered to the service of the Lady Elysande, he rises to become Chamberlain of her Keep, just as the wars between the houses become secondary to a series of dragon sightings and attacks.

Elysande is an adept who works in secret to draw the essences she needs, in order to create enough power to summon a dragon. The terrorizing beasts will be the deal-breaking weapon that will end the wars and restore peace. But she requires pain and suffering in order to draw the right essences.

In Scorpius,she discovers a kindred spirit – but does he truly understand the limits to which she must push him?

Screencaptures from:
North & South
Strike Back
BBC's Robin Hood


VABookworm87 said...

It was one of your posts about Richard Armitage that originally brought me to your blog :D Isn't he lovely?

Julia Smith said...

This is what Richard thinks about himself:

“I suppose I’m a bit mean. My face on camera doesn’t lend itself to happy nice guys. I think it’s just that my bone structure looks menacing. I don’t smile that often.” - The Telegraph.


CountryDew said...

He is very easy on the eyes, isn't he. Nice TT!

Alice Audrey said...

You mean there is even more torture in his future? Poor Scorpius!

Xakara said...

What a wonderful choice in inspiration and a creative way to pay homage as well as give a visual to your character! :)

Happy T13,

Out of the Shadows

Jennie Marsland said...

Love Richard! Mean? Not mean, brooding. Which is just how we love him.