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Foretelling the fate of Universes by Unmei-no-kaioshin Foretelling the fate of Universes by Unmei-no-kaioshin
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Here's an another drawing that I wanted to upload on today.
Crystal ball seems to be an attribute of most DB deities, so I also gave it to my character. I think this is the tool she'd use very often. Both for her job and entertainment. 

I think that from now on, my submissions will be less frequent that they'd used to be; I need to focus on practising what should be improved about my art. And this means doing more stuff that is not for any submission, and given how little time I have to draw in general, I think my decision is going to impact frequency of adding new stuff here.

Over last few months,  I have drawn  mainly for uploads, which also meant avoiding things I'm not very good at.
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DaMasterofdisaster92 Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2018
love it 
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GhoastGoat77 Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2018
Stunning :0
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Unmei-no-kaioshin Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you!
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rosemaiden92 Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2018
Wow! This is my favorite pic of her yet. I like the folds on her dress and the darker colors compared to the light of the moon and crystal ball.

BTW, does the moon symbolize her relation to being a goddess? In Western cultures the moon is seen and feminine and many modern day Neo-Pagans (Especially Wiccans) see the moon as the ultimate symbol of the goddess.

Of course, in other cultures the moon is considered masculine and the sun feminine. Even in some Western cultures it is.
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Unmei-no-kaioshin Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you! I think this was the longest work that I've ever made. And I'm really surprised that someone had noticed that moon detail. It's not a common knowledge and to most, this BG is just a BG. 
Also, since my latest two works (This one and "Minister") were made almost in the same time, I wanted them to be opposites. That's why I gave Daishinkan bright colors and a sun-like orbs while I used dark palette for this pic (and a moon-like thing). 
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rosemaiden92 Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2018
Well, I have a deep love/knowledge of folklore, fairy tales, and mythology. I also read books on their symbolism. It shows up a lot in my writing, and I also have dabbled in Paganism though I considered myself spiritually eclectic taking notes from Christianity, Paganism, and even fairy tales. I don't define myself to one belief.

So I know this stuff. I also have a love for the moon. When it is full I go outside and just stare at it. I'm also into Tarot and the moon is my favorite card because (along with the Queen of Cups) is something I deeply relate too.

I do enjoy that contrast, I never thought of the Priest representing the sun, but it does fit his "priest" role in a way. 

What does "BG" stand for? *Sorry if this sounds dumb*

Thought if the Priest is the Sun and she is the Moon then who is the Star? In tarot terms. I suppose the Star could be the Omni-King, but here it the description

www.biddytarot.com/tarot-card-…

SOrry, if I bored/confused you with this tarot talk!
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Unmei-no-kaioshin Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
It's a short for " background."


I use this site for any tarot knowledge that I could use  in my works (it also helps me creating characters personalities) : teachmetarot.com/lesson-1/less…
This card was an inspiration for giving my character flaws ( in the "reversed" state).
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rosemaiden92 Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2018
Ah!

Cool you know about Tarot too!

Awesome! I always felt a connection to the Queen of Cups. Also some associate her with the Myerr-Briggs personality INFJ which is my personality type. But I still love the Moon the most

So is your character based around the reverse Queen of Cups?

I actually heard a lot of writers using Tarot as inspiration.
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Unmei-no-kaioshin Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
Not all the aspects, mostly these I could use for explaining why is Zeno's so weird and twisted as his haters regard him to be. I think it's far more interesting than a 'standard' mother - son relation, it also explains why is Zeno so lonely and why his creator is nowhere to be seen.   
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rosemaiden92 Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2018
Ah, I see. That is a good idea.

You got me thinking of perhaps associating my Readers with different Tarot cards. I am toying with the Beerus!Reader being the Knight of Wands and the GP!Reader being the Moon. I thought of the Queen of Cups, but I feel she isn't mature enough to be that, yet. I am a bit lost with the WhisXReader. The Yamcha!Reader isn't developed enough yet to have a card.
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Unmei-no-kaioshin Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
And what card would you choose for Lager? 
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