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Part III: [link]

LAST INSTALLMENT!
I'm gonna be honest! I'm really torn between being happy that I finished this and being really sad that I'm probably going to have to go back and do a lot of edits for continuity and general reworking of bad drawings!

I mean there's definitely at least one set-up where the ground plane is like "lol bbiab"

So it's pretty embarrassing that this took so long to finish! My defense is that I thumbnailed it when I had a lot of free time and then school started so I ended up using this mostly as a warm-up before starting homework. D:

EDIT: There's a dumb little musical reference in the dialogue, did anyone catch it? XD I'm not sure how many people have seen this particular musical (hint: it's not a Jekyll and Hyde reference)

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WARNING: This final section is kind of TL;DR territory.
This section has very little action and a lot of talking and is mostly Frankenstein riding through his hopefully not too contrived character arc.

Right now it seems intrinsic to his personality that he does not become introspective unless he is severely injured and/or bedridden. Otherwise, he is more likely to expel any confusing emotions in the form of, say, a two-month trek through the wilderness.

He is not someone who is ordinarily very good at understanding other people's emotions (something Creature can attest to, according to canon), so someone like Hyde, who is extremely confusing from nearly anyone's perspective, is essentially an emotional black hole that Frankenstein generally just tries to ignore.

Creature is correct, though! Edward Hyde does consider Frankenstein a friend, and is perhaps more affectionate towards him (granted, he is the sort of person to show affection in the manner of, say, a lion) than Jekyll is. Sometimes Hyde can get a little bored with his friends and, you know, kill them and things (as Lucy can attest to), but if he were going to kill Frankenstein, he would have done it before they left London. No point in killing your only guide through an epic wilderness.
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Part three of the Switzerland story! "In which stuff actually happens."

Part IV: [link]
Part II: [link]

Edit: Added functional loading bar! Will be adding them to previous versions soon.

Notes:
This is terribly, terribly overdue and I apologize! Not only to whoever is actually keeping up with this, but to myself. I am sorry, self. I was supposed to be finished with this so I wouldn't end up frantically trying to finish cleaning it up after finishing schoolwork.

Enter Edward Hyde! In the great tradition of Jekyll and Hyde stories, the livelier of the two personalities only shows his face about halfway through the story, after Jekyll has pretty much exhausted his quota for flailing and complaining. Actually I hadn't planned to write him into this story at all--he sort of pushed himself in there when I decided to make Frankenstein's little tumble.... more of a big tumble.

Hyde is forced to show his presence whenever life-threatening situations arise (due to his superior strength and agility), but otherwise he has been pretty content to sit on the sidelines throughout this story. Why? Because here he is really, really out of his element. Edward Hyde operates best in densely populated cities where he has plenty of havoc to wreck. Here, his only potential victims are also the only two people who know how to get him out of these mountains, and also.... just maybe.... possibly..... his friends (?).

Also a major reason this installment is so late is that I have horrible problems drawing Hyde. XD He is the best tracking device for my improvements (?) as an artist because he is hands down the toughest character I have to draw. As it is, I'm probably at least going to redraw that panel where he's making ducklips at the end.

Also random note on Frankenstein: His solitary life has led to his tendency to not contribute any useful solution to a situation but still mope around when the end result isn't to his liking. Hmm! I seem to be subconsciously writing in my personal pet peeves into his character.
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I wanted to try making an okto-animation. Here's how it turned out (:
Sorry for looping animation! You can right click and stop, I guess :P Or turn down the volume while commenting.

BTW; I LOVE COMMENTS, SO PLEASE LEAVE ONE, NO MATTER WHAT YOU HAVE TO SAY :D
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Hi everyone! =P

A quick and fun drawing on Flash to test some ideas :la:
Say hi to Xao, a female earth-wind dragon :dummy: She loves to play with psychedelic clouds using her tail and breath :iconhappyiamplz:

This is not the secret drawing I talked in my journal, which is supposed to be more meaningful, colorful and elaborated, but as a quick idea this one turned out far better than expected :D and I got a new OC :love:
I think it has some of that popular thing called.. own style? :dummy: Now all I need is that other thing called life :stare:

Special thanks to ~DrakenAngelus2 for his feedback
Thanks for watching, any comment or advice is welcome!

PD: I will do new Ignis drawings, probably a new version, when needed for my comic project =)
PD2: Gosh! drawing with the touchpad of my notebook is hard xD Dear Santa, have you seen those shiny Wacom tablets? :iconrlyplz:

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Art :? and Xao character © :iconkogoro-inc:
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Durants walking in an ant line! :D. The Durants took a long time to animate. :XD:
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this is a sample seen from my upcoming pokemon BW movie based on the manga, from the same series,pokemon adventures, chapter 3 and 4, the battle between Black and N.

this is the first scene, its not finished yet.

characters are from Pokemon Black & White, this is a FAN made and non profit movie.

you can watch a pilot trailer here :
[link]
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Showing off the isometric walk-cycles for the princesses that I whipped up.

Song is a loop from Clash by Palace Caravan.
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Alright, my pichu evolving into pikachu didn't turn out that well, so this is my second try at something pokemon related.

Munna (called Morpheus in my game) is one of my favorite pokemon so I decided to try to make an interactive version of him.

Roll your mouse over to make him laugh, hold and click to make him evolve. Also in the bottom left corner, if you hold your mouse over there you can make him pulse.



If people like this I'll make more of these.
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No...It's not very exciting is it? :XD: BUT! In typical Wild-hearts fashion...I upload it anyway!

Star is my favourite 'Wolf' Character


-- isn't she purty? :flirty:

This is...pretty pathetically short, but it's just a practise on doing 'slight movements' as opposed to big movements....if you see what I mean? :giggle:

I still want to send in a demo for wolf...to help out -- but It'll have to wait because I'm far too busy at the moment! :ohnoes: I'll just building my skills for the moment! (I'm not worthy!) :giggle:

Please, no crits! It's not going to be altered D:
Enjoyeth this one second of magically growing neck floof!! ;P

Star (C) Wolf [link]
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Part one of a storyboard project I’ve been working on!
Part II --> [link]

This story takes place fairly late on in my Jekyll and Hyde story (presently titled “The Pseudoscientists”), after Dr. Jekyll is forced to flee London. Here he is given the opportunity to follow his friend and mentor Dr. Frankenstein on his journeys across Europe, a lifelong fantasy of Jekyll’s that turns out to be not so fantastic.

Hyde is in this story too but he doesn’t show up in the first bit D:

This premise of this story takes a lot of its inspiration from my attempts to follow my Austrian friend Pia around her homeland.

I DON’T UNDERSTAND LOADING BARS. ANYONE?
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