The original piece of art, #2047 The Last We Heard:
Click to see the big version. Yes, it's teen!Padaleckis, teen!Ackles, and teen!Collinses! As Thomas seems to have found out, that supernatural stuff his dad dealt with on that show is all real! I found the scary image on a wallpaper site and added images of what the SPN kids might look like when they are teens/young adults. My personal headcanon models for the kids are as follows:
West Collins - Actor Anton Yelchin
Maison Collins - Actress Adelaide Kane
Thomas Padalecki - Actor Daniel Clark
Shepherd Padalecki - Actor Samuel Earle
J.J. Ackles - Actress Chloe Grace Moretz
The resulting story was written by darcydelaney and it's just about exactly what I had in mind.
The Kids Are (Not) Alright
Summary: The Padalecki, Ackles, and Collins kids were brought up with Supernatural--fake ghost hunts, acting like hunters, the whole deal. They all eventually grew out of their supernatural infatuation, though, except for Thomas. When the eldest Padalecki stumbles upon what he's convinced is a bona-fide case straight from the show, everyone shrugs it off until Thomas himself goes missing while checking it out, leaving behind a trail of research. All signs point to it being some kind of supernatural being, and now it's up to JJ, West, Maison, and Shep to channel their inner Winchester to find him.
I made some extra art for it:
Portarits of the SPN kids. I believe Maison's eyes are actually blue like her father's, but it's hard to find the absolutely perfect model (and I'm not 100% sure of that, although her eyes looked very blue in the Thanksgiving cooking video Misha made with West).
Chapter divider for those who have journals with colored backgrounds
Chapter divider for those who have journals with white backgrounds
And a banner.
The images of the Black-Eyed Kids were taken from various sources around the internet about the lore of BEKs.
One last note about the art - if it looks monstrously huge on your monitor, that's because my resolution is 1366 x 768. Anything under 600 pixels wide looks a little teeny to me, hee.
Hope you enjoyed all the art!