Roy watched Ed with a growing sense of helplessness and unease as the lay on the floor against the wall, sightless eyes staring at nothing and a haunted look on his drawn face.
After more than an hour of hysteric babbling and sobbing, Ed had finally quieted enough that Roy felt comfortable leaving him on the couch to prepare dinner, but when he had returned to get him, the boy was gone. Roy's ensuing panic was only short lived, as he located him moments later, a pile of cloth and misery bundled up in the corner of the room.
Roy had tried talking to him, tried to get him to eat something, but he seemed to have none of it, and Roy wasn't sure i
Due to the site lag, faulty image loading, and broken functionality, I haven't been visiting dA much at all. I'll be back after they fix the site. In the mean time, visit me at Paper Demon. dA has gotten too frustrating.
P.S.: Having to click through modify image->upload larger image for every single tab to upload a print? Not an improvement.