Danielle rubbed her eyes as she noticed her vision getting blurry with water. She knew her "father" would never accept her back, and she was still steamed about him using her, but then why was it she was missing him?
So I've been meaning to rework my vision of whers of Pern for quite a while. I know everyone has their own vision of them since there isn't a whole lot on whers and exactly how ugly they are supposed to look.
Personally, I've always thought that the whers really don't look as downright ugly as the Pernese like to think of them. I think that the Pernese see them as ugly because of how different they look from the dragons, and because when they were made they were seen as a horrible failure, that and they are supposed to be temperamental. All of those things, in my opinion, would lead a society into looking at something and saying how ugly and horrible it is, especially when compared to the dragons that are seen as the elegant, strong protectors of Pern.
I've known for quite soem time my whers didn't look too different from pern dragons, and I've been wanting to change that for a while. So I've been sketching concepts out to rework my own vision of whers.
I tried to make the muzzle thicker and shorter, with the obvious bump on the bridge of the nose rather than the smooth muzzle. Lots of ridges and long ears and shorter headknobs. That's what I've used here to try to make my whers visually different than the dragons. I'm thinking of maybe going back over and turning the short rounded headknob into a bit more of a point so it matches with the face ridges I put on it.
Anywho, not much else to say here. This will probably be tossed into my scraps later.
**you MUST download it to actually see it** sorry it's so big :/
The English Royal Line --- Either they were a queen by right, marriage, conquest, or just a wife of a king (some wives didn't live (or were divorced) before their spouse was made king but i couldn't leave them out because they were part of their life), they're in order and here. The Norman line - the Tudor line.... maybe I'll go all the way up to Elizabeth II one day...
Queen Elizabeth 1st, Version 1: [link] Queen Elizabeth 1st, Vesion 2: [link]
Catherine of Aragon and Anne Boleyn [link] Jane Seymour and Anne of Cleves [link] Kathryn Howard and Katherine Parr [link] Wives of Henry the VIII [link]