um... as in it's gonna be a visual spectacle... but also yes XD
anyhow, these are some work in progress shots
I remember reading through panels where Merryl encounters another human - I believe the character name was Rachel - in what looks like a bookstore of some sort. Somehow this particular human can see she's not exactly human despite whatever persuades practically everyone else seen in the same panels of prologue that Merryl is human in appearance like anyone else there.
So far unlike other characters who are not human in this series - Merryl has not demonstrated any abilities like being able to switch her outward appearances. Still if she had any abilities or traits similar to the ones seen so far by other characters like the ones who are frequently in the theme of red or white then perhaps she would also have something that emerges more prominently during certain activities.
However for some it appears that the act of appearance alteration is one that's painful especially if they are new to the experience - meaning that they have not been through it much if at all.
Based on some color cues - it seems that Merryl and Papillion - have some similarities - though they are not the same individual.
Anyway still very intriguing - always enjoy your art and stories.
Oh, Please... Considering the dis-functional parents she has to deal with, Merryl should have at least one friend/confidant/companion/ dare I -ing say it : L-O-V--E-R to lean on when it all goes pear-shaped.
i'm doing a very different take on succubi and incubi in this book. they are gods of desire, and alongside with cupids, gods of love are direct descendants of primordial greek god eros who was a god of both