Finally, something I finished just the other day... It's been sitting, unfinished and collecting digital dust for a loooonnng time now, because I was unsure how I wanted to go about coloring it. I was afraid I'd do something to severely mess it up. But finally I mustered up the courage to get it done, and I feel it's coloring is greater than I could have imagined. I like how it looks.
I've been proud of a lot of things that I've done lately.
Anyway, Skeet and Amanda in the abandoned house that they only know of, doing what they do together best: Resisting each other.
Ohhh, it's a long story. Don't worry about it.
This is waaaay past overdue, so much so that I slap myself on the wrist.
It just took so long to figure out what I wanted to draw for him. There were so many different ideas, different possibilities.. I couldn't settle on a one.
But I decided.. Well, they're an inspiration all their own. Their love and their devotion to one another makes me smile, and pray that I have the same thing.
One of the most inspirational things for me to draw is love.
Amanda and Skeet.
Once upon a time, I set up some rules for them, when it became clear that they would have quite a bit to do with one another. The rule was that they would not end up in a situation of romance, be it kissing, or sex, or whatever the word entails.. I bent the rules by veiling their blossoming interests in one another, then making it a case of them "holding back".. It wasn't something intentional, just something that happened.
And then I went and broke the rules by allowing not only this, but another image to occur, and not only that, but formulate the story for it in a near-instant. Strike.
Skeet isn't the only one I made that rule for.. and he's not the only one who I've allowed to break the rule, either.
Just goes to show that I can only suggest what happens, but the story's flow determines where it will really go :d
This image itself was drawn a while ago, when I first thought of it... and holds a great deal of meaning to me. I put a lot of work and feeling into it, and I know it isn't perfect.
What is perfect?
The fact of the matter is that theirs is something more special than I could have conceived of when I first associated them with one another, a long time ago..
..Which leaves me wondering which direction I will need to take it from here... ._.
There is no warning notice for this, because there is nothing going on. They're both clothed, so yeah.
One year later, he still has proven his word true.
And one year later, I still love him.
Kilbourne and Jay, since their meeting, have frequently been at odds with one another, and it's usually over the same thing: Amanda. After a while, their dislikes of one another branched out, egos flaring against egos. Unfortunately for Kilbourne, Jay's braggings are very well backed up, leaving Kilbourne in defeat simply because he lacked the same fighting experiences as Jay, despite being a Bounty Hunter.
In this, their quarrels went a little too far, and Jay is only a moments hesitation away from pulling the trigger and beridding himself from his over-confident rival.
...That's not to say that they are each others' only rivals, but a strong one nevertheless.
Painter 7 through and through. Lately I've been experimenting, but this is fairly old.
The story is that Bari Mürzzuschlag (the redhead) came to the country with Quonset Bayonne, a southern belle that he unexpectedly fell for. The trouble is that Bari has a severe fear of touching other people, which caused him to push away the only girl he ever felt anything good for. In her sadness, there was Jamaal, who comforted and befriended her. They grew closer than Bari and Quonset could get, and this made Bari very jealous, very angry.. and Bari isn't the type to just let his anger fester. He has to act upon it, every single time. So, I drew a shot of him threatening Jamaal. Jamaal, being a tough southern guy, won't take any of his crap, and is very unafraid of the unstable man.
This will result in a series of events that leads to something very very bad happening, and I'm not gonna give that part away. That wouldn't be smart of me.
A pic for Her character Brittanu is the bunny, and she's snuggling up to my Killall :3
Drawn a while ago. She's so sweet, and her art is just so flowing and lovely.
...it's supposed to be a boat ._.; mewl.
A drawing from Aro's recent past. It's her father Victorian and her mother Atalanta.
That's Aro on the left, then Victorian in the middle, and the cape dog is Atalanta.
Just a small taste of what I've been working on during my continuing absence :d