✎ Today's theme: articles of clothing. All prompts should focus on a particular piece of clothing, including as much or as little detail as you want. Accessories and jewelry are also okay! If a character can wear it (and it doesn't smudge or absorb into skin), you can prompt it.
A few rules to keep in mind:
✦ No more than five prompts in a row per day
✦ No more than three prompts in the same fandom per day
✦ If one or more of your prompts is filled today, then you may prompt again
✦ Use the full names of the fandom(s) and character(s) in your prompts
✦ For prompts, no spoilers until one month after the release date (use a spoiler tag to hide part or all of the text)
✦ For fills, warn for spoilers, and either leave blank space before the text or hide the text under a spoiler tag
✦ Include a warning in the subject line for any possible triggers
Please remember to use the proper format for prompts.
➔ ➔ ➔ Fandom [/ Crossover], Character [+ or / Relationship], Prompt
Again, please include the full names of the fandom(s) and character(s). This makes it easier to add prompts to the Lonely Prompts Spreadsheet and to find prompts through manual search.
(Author's choice prompts and original fills are also more than welcome! ❤)
For a single fandom:
✧ Devil May Cry, V (+ any), a real coat with sleeves (shirt still optional)
✧ Law & Order: SVU, Rafael Barba +/ Dominick Carisi, a knit necktie (new or a canon color/design)
✧ author's choice, any (+/ any), a soft, screen-printed T-shirt from [event/place] they've had for a decade or so
For multiple fandoms / crossovers:
✧ Sherlock (BBC)/Whitechapel (ITV), any +/ any, comfortable shoes for running when necessary
We use AO3 to keep track of filled prompts. If you fill a prompt and (cross-)post it to AO3, please add your story to the Bite Sized Bits of Fic from 2020 collection. For more information, please go here.
A backup version of this community is available on Dreamwidth.
If the plot bunnies aren’t biting you today, feel free to check out our Lonely Prompts Spreadsheets (here and here) or the community's archive calendar. You can browse the main themed posts and Saturday free-for-all posts for prompts to fill (and fills to read). Or you can check the Sunday posts for requested prompts (and fills written that week). There's also LJ’s advanced search options -- however, it currently seems to only search entries posted in this community, not comments.
While the above are available options, the simplest method might be to bookmark prompts that you like as you find them and return later when inspiration strikes. (There are no rules against multiple fills for the same prompt, by the way. ~_^)
Have fun! ♫