It's been over 2 years since I've worked on this series and it was pretty hard to get back into the swing of things. The first several panels of this chapter were actually drawn a year or two ago so I think there's a marked difference between styles in the further pages. Despite the passage… Continue reading Misadventures of Melodia and Co. – Rule #3
Anya's younger sister. Once inseparable, there now seems to be some strife between the two.
Wife of Professor Hughes. She comes from a family of apothecaries and continues on with the profession even after she leaves her home, much to her family's surprise. She was a well-known beauty back in her hometown and was expected to be courted by someone noble, but she only had eyes for Renley.
Professor Hughes was Anya's teacher before he moved to Lorin with his wife and child. He was known to be a very intelligent and talented scholar, but he grew weary of being bound by official duties and not being able to research what he pleased.
A kind-hearted priestess at the Euclase Temple located in Seguin. She is beloved by the people of Seguin and is good friends with Lowen, who is tasked to protect her.
A mysterious witch that lives in the forest east of Lorin. She is arrogant and looks down on most humans. She has a contentious relationship with Anya, the reason unknown to everyone else.
Introducing Lowen, Anya's himbo partner. Also on a quest to find Marid's Heirloom, Lowen, a stoic young man crosses paths with Anya and decides to partner up with her at her suggestion. He is often described by those to know him, as cautious and serious.
It's quite disappointing how I have so many story ideas yet I never go anywhere with them. So I've decided to try to get some character files up as motivation to work on my original stories. I'll be starting off with one of my most developed stories so far, tentatively titled "Marid's Heirloom".
I've been taking a "break" and I quite honestly can't remember much of what I did that past two weeks. I remember the last three days, but the rest? Nada. Aside from dealing with the woes of virtual schooling for the kids and other household responsibilities, I've been pretty brain dead. I was hoping I'd… Continue reading Chibi Kitty
Yesterday and today were spent on converting some more of my traditional drawings into digital ones. While digital does make everything easier for me to edit, it doesn't quite have the charm of traditional. Coloring-wise, I can't replicate traditional at all.