Here's the cover art for the new song Sayuki covered. I've been experimenting with different ways to shade and color things over the past few days, and let me just say that all the practice art I did all came out nicely so I decided to submit a work with that new skill incorporated. In full, this took about a day, which is much quicker then what I've been doing for the past month, so I think I might stick with this.
That is also the bottom of a blade in the text. Why is it there? I thought it would look cool. And it does.
Also, my good friend and I are planning to do a duet with a couple UTAU's, but it might be a while before hers is out the making. She still needs a finished design and a configured voice bank. So watch out for that in the future!
Speaking of voice banks, I'm planning to add VCV syllables to Sayuki's so she can do both. And because I'm not going through all the trouble of re-creating and re-configuring everything a third time. It was awful the first two!
For everyone who wanted to know what she looked like. To avoid making the twin look inbreed, she's white and purple with specs instead of white and blue. She looks like she's the boss of some company XD and considering there is a lot with the wendigo myth (including turning into one due to greed), it would make sense if the wendigos were rich.
Also, Mr. Wendigo is one lucky manster.
I gave her a SUPER CURVY body to give her a more 'adult' feel.
Edit: For a brief description of what a Wendigo is: Wendigo is a mythical creature appearing in the mythology of the Algonquian people. It is a malevolent cannibalistic spirit into which humans could transform, or which could possess humans. Those who indulged in cannibalism were at particular risk, and the legend appears to have reinforced this practice as taboo. Wendigos were alien like embodiments of gluttony, greed, and excess; never satisfied after killing and consuming one person, they were constantly searching for new victims. In some traditions, humans who became overpowered by greed could turn into Wendigos; the Wendigo myth thus served as a method of encouraging cooperation and moderation.