A rather fast cover for my new Comic project. It's devided into 2 parts (the first being "Dawn of Yunesse) and revolves around Taranee and how she became the new oracle in my Next Generation JROCK int: yummingdoe4.deviantart.com/art…
Find more details and the very first page at my new website: yangimshi.jimdo.com/comics/
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I thought so, too. Especially with the questioning the oracle she showed to me that she does see more than black and white and that she's willing to even find unrightiousness where most people wouldn't even question it; in this case Kandrakar. That's practically why I thought she would make a good oracle herself.
ve worked with Photoshop for quite some years I discovered that brush only few weeks ago -,-'
Anyways: Taranee doesn't just quit being the oracle but to understand that you'd have to read the comic. They might be a little older, since their origin goes aournd the ages of 13-14. So here they might be about 17-18 or so. At the end of their school life or at the edge to college.
I'm sorry you don't like the picture but thanks for your comment anyways. Believe me when I say, that they'll still be together even after Taranee becomes the oracle. I'm just trying to make a connection between the old stories and my next generation chapters (which you could read here on DA too).
Thanks again for the criticism. However remember that the CHYNK did break in their 13-14 years through Nerissa just to show an example. And the other guardians still do their work until the next generation comes, just that Taranee can't but not because she wanted it so. But obviousely that doesn't matter much to you. I would like you to send me this kind of message or reply as a message next time because it is very long, which is alright but I think to discuss something so far in detail is more of a personal matter between you and me and not something to go around here.
Yo if you don't mind I would like to end the debate here with the conclusion that we don't agree and that it's okay that way.