Yeah, in my absence from DA, I decided that Bigg Smoke, though I love that character, really isn't a very good representation of myself...at all.
I mean, I'm not nor was I ever a thug, nor did I ever live in the slums.
So, I did a little revamp.
About the characters:
I'm probably the only brony who's arrogant enough to use two characters to represent himself instead of just one.
The pony, Scribble Sketch, is, well, the actual "ponysona".
His assistant/friend, a dragon by the name of Bigg Smoke, I guess represents that voice in the back of my head that keeps urging me on. (You could call it a conscience, I suppose.)
Scribble Sketch is an artist (duh) who has talent, but is less than productive on his own.
He's quiet, awkward, timid, anxious, overly-cautious, scrawny, and quite a bit of an emotional wreck.
Basically, he needs someone to keep an eye on him and to help him get through life and all that.
...and yes, his cutie-mark is just a scribble.
Bigg Smoke is quite a bit less pathetic. He's out-going, funny, street-smart, a bit of a party-animal, and doesn't give a rat's @$$ about what others think of him. For some reason, he's very sympathetic towards Scribble and wants to help him get over himself, so to speak.
Their relationship is mutually beneficial, as friends and as business-partners.
Smoke provides moral and emotional support, consultation, and - when occasion requires it - sticks up for his "bro".
Sketch provides a place to live and keeps Smoke out of trouble.
As for making a living, Scribble provides the talent and Smoke acts as something between an agent, consultant, and manager.
The duo is probably most similar to Dante Hicks and Randal Graves from the movie, Clerks. However, they also can be a bit more like Jules Winnfield and Vincent Vega from Pulp Fiction, the narrator and Tyler Durden from Fight Club, or Django Freeman and Dr. King Schultz from Django Unchained, depending on the situation.
Wow. If you actually bothered to read all that, then good on you!
I'd give you a cookie, but I don't have any.
...and, yes. I have a FurAffinity now. Kill me.