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  1. Ohhhh right! I've seen you drew that one before, and now that I think on it, you've also drawn Eithera (together with Saurva? for V-day long time ago) and also, Dameon. But in comparison to the number of works you've done for the daevas, the druids' is so tiny that I forgot :3

    But it's good that I can still see some of your old AV works on your dA acc x)

    /goes to stalk o3o

    /I've been stalking your 毒愛 blog too huehue XDD


    I draw Eithera with Saurva quite a lot, actually :P But I count that as "crackshippery picture" and not "druid picture".

    *le gasp* How did you find 毒愛??? *makes an exaggerated horrified face* Nah, you probably got it from my regular agas blog, right?

  2. I'm practicing my soft-shading colouring in Paint Tool SAI:




    When I colour pics, I tend to colour in a painterly style, so...trying to do one of those softer anime shading style and everything...


    And more samurai...




    Happy birthday, random samurai dudes!!


    And more samurai...




    I'm not gonna explain this, LOL. Just Google it.

  3. I'm making a new thread for my stuff because the old one is old and some of the codes are wonky because the new forum has a different HTML format. I don't feel like fixing the codes one by one, so I might as well just start up a new thread.


    Also because I don't draw Aveyond as much as I used to do... One thread for everything is good enough.


    So... let's start with FOOD ART


    It's not really drawing, but... eh...




    (Toyotomi Hideyoshi, based on historical depiction)





    (Taira no Noritsune, from the game Destiny Ninja)





    (Oda Nobunaga, from the game NInja Love)


    'Cause agas sometimes cooks and stuff. Each takes about... 2 hours to make? That is counting all the cooking and prepping and stuff. The decorating itself is around 30-ish minutes at most?

  4. I was going to do Vohu Manah too (and Nanghaithya, and Derez the Necromancer), but it was already late and I said what the heck, I'll need something to draw later that isn't for work XD


    Ooo, moar AV1 fellas! I'm rather excited to see Nanghaithya and his clone Derez :D :D


    Oooh, the Rashnu doodle is cool! (Always wanted someone to portrait the druids since we have d_a for the daevas!) 


    Hey! You say that like nobody ever drew druids before. I draw druids too! I'd show you more, but they're all in the old Amaranthia "Art Collegium" and theyre all dead now  :P

  5. Not sure if this counts as an issue, but...




    After getting the "put leopold out of business" quest, that Gart guy just flew right over to that dark corner :S


    Also, even though Leopold is still in business, there's a second Leopold saying that the bistro has closed:




    ETA: After the cutscene of Lydia's coronation and Gyendal's escape, I'm thrown back to the Eldrion ferry dock? I was at the bridge near Stonetooth earlier before the cutscene started:



  6. It's daeva time...


    Also, I've developed a liking for dating/otome games. So, just for giggles:


    Karagh and Nasatya are space-filler mooks in my crazy universe, but eh... I need 6 names to fill the slots :D Karagh is a "stray human" who is one of Agas's underlings and is the "principal" of sorts in the Demon Realm army training centre. Nasatya is, well, almost obviously yet another member of Nanghaithya's clone army.

  7. I like this shorter version, though. My writing is a bit better now and the stuff I cut out were REALLY dumb. Even if I had remembered what I wanted to do with it, I probably would have still done the same.

  8. Summary: Gyendal thinks Mel is an idiot for sending Yemite off to go find Edward.


    He had been waiting for this moment. He had immediately seen this loophole the moment Mordred gave him the order, and he eagerly awaited the result. It was the only reason why he followed through on that blasted order that he so loathed to obey. The reason why he didn't really bother devising a new plan to take care of the dark disciples. He could if he had wanted to, but why bother when he could just sit back and let things take care of itself?


    Gyendal leaned back against the doorframe, listening to the conversation Mel was having with the darkling inside. He couldn't deny that he was a little anxious. Had he been anyone else he might have been giggling with excitement, but he wasn't anyone else so he settled on crossing his arms. The darkling was saying something about how she – it? – had been appointed as the queen's personal servant (through some sort of howling contest, where he was unfortunate enough to be dragged in as the judge). Funny creatures, those darklings were. They truly did care about nothing but to serve “the queen”. He had to brainwash the bunch he took to Veldarah so that they would not question the way he was treating their “queen”.


    He had to laugh when Mel's first order was to get her out of there. He had been expecting that. Naturally, the darkling told her no. And now, this was it. What he had been so eagerly waiting for. Gyendal found himself holding his breath in anticipation.


    Go ahead, Mel, tell your little darkling to get rid of the dark disciples, he thought, grinning. You just heard what it said. All the darklings are under your command. Tell them to get rid of those hooded maniacs.


    His smile fell when he heard her ask for the stupid prince to be brought to her.


    No. No. NO. She wouldn't... She can't be seriously thinking –


    But she did. There was a poof, and he knew the darkling had left.


    Gyendal remained rooted in place, feeling as though his insides had frozen.


    Idiot. Idiot. Idiot. Idiot. His mind repeated over and over, but he couldn’t tell if he was cursing Mel or himself.


    She could have gotten rid of those stupid disciples and it would have done them both much good.


    He should not have hinged all his plans on an assumption.


    She should have at least asked for someone more helpful, like his sister or her husband.


    He should not be feeling this despaired over one glitch in his plans.


    With a sigh, Gyendal dragged himself away from the wall, still feeling rather numb. The musty air in the cathedral must have finally gotten to him.


    Oh, the woes of needing air to breathe.


    His steps toward the door were sluggish and heavy, however. His mind swirled with wordless thoughts. His heart was pounding hard in his chest. How peculiar.


    Perhaps he has caught an illness. He had not had a good sleep in goddess knows how long. He rubbed his forehead. Here he thought he had long since adjusted to not being undead.


    No matter. He would pick up an elixir in the village. Maybe a little food too, just in case. He would need a clear mind to plan his next moves.


    This time, he would not fail.


    A/N: Yanno, this seemed to be originally meant to be something longer, but I TOTALLY forgot what I wanted to do with it, so I just cut and tidied up the bit I left off with and ended it there.


    What Gyen is feeling is how I usually feel when I'm like "OMG. OMG. OMG. NO, this is NOT happening. NO. NO. NO. NO!!! I'm dreaming. I'm seeing things wrong. NO."


    So. No shipping intended with that (not really anyway).

  9. Won't harp about samurai or ghost kimono here :P


    1. What do you generally feel upon finishing the main game?

    Ha! I knew Yuki was Taira! Wonder why they didn't kill Ryuji, though.


    2. What did you feel upon playing Another View?

    I should've known this was the case. Kirro likes psycho girls with horrible pasts.


    3. Any favourite character(s)?

    Yuki. Though I kinda wished she was actually evil for real. With none of those angsty "save me" remarks/thoughts :P


    4. Favourite music track? I absolutely loved Marc's compositions!

    Yuki for Snow-Falling. I love that traditional flute sound.


    5. Take a random (hopefully non-spoilery) screenshot!




    If you ever make a sequel I hope you will ruin their lives even further :lol: Call me evil, but for whatever reason I was actually laughing at their misery.

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