Shirayuri's heart balloon is actually how she gets around without too much walking. If she needs to get down, she just hugs it tight and POP!
I know it's kinda late, but I had so many assignments to work on, and honors lin-alg midterm is coming up this Fryday, so I had no time on my hands to finish this.
A little trivia: I made a tablet pen tip out of a closed-end capillary tube taken from the chemisty lab. Since it's made of glass, it's very slippery, and it's hard to work with. But the good thing is that glass is extremely resistant to wear and tear.
Oxygen and Nitrogen from my story, Element Puzzler. Referenced another pic which I don't quite remember.
Regarding the story, I'm not even going to write it as any other story. I've discussed this with my friends at university, and they told me to make it into a org-chem tutorial for little kids. 'cus admit it, it'll be funny trying to screw with little kids' minds with university level chemistry.
Melodia used to be an under-appreciated pop singer back in Atlantis. None fails to be charmed by her cute voice. However, after being recruited into the Atlantis Musical Academy, she was forced to give up singing and study instruments instead. Now she writes scores for the Grand Orchestra, though some suspect that more than half of her score sheets are actually encrypted documents.
Design Check: Nothing too fancy here. Melodia's body color is pink. Her only accessory is her necklace, which she wears on her head. Melodia's dress is also as simple as black and white.
How did I forget to upload this pic? I thought I've uploaded it to DA, but apparently my memory was playing tricks with me.
Anyways, that's Hydrogen from Element Puzzler. She's also called Ecchi-chan because of her element symbol. She can't fly, but she can ride bubbles and float up to great heights. How she gets down is another story, however.