Friday, April 20, 2012

Rael

 I know I've mentioned Rael a few times on this blog. She represents my opposite. I'm kinda shy, pretty mellow, modest in appearance, and definitely lawful good. But Rael... well, just look at her.


She's brilliant, flirtatious, smart-mouthed, and dangerous. (And she's also something of a masochist...) Writing from her perspective is so interesting and so much different from the other characters I've had time to develop. It's fun to watch her annoy Octras. ^-^ They're adorable when they're mean to each other. But you won't even see her in Tsirash, since she'll be on the other end of the continent, messing with the guards and other prisoners she's stuck with. (Notice the chain around her waist? That's important, as is the sleeve she wears to hide her right arm.) But you'll have to wait for her story. Sorry.

For now, you'll have to make do with the picture. It's not perfect, but... it's probably going to be a while before I draw her again. After all, I only made a headshot of Octras a few months ago, and he's been living in my head for years.

...and I'm exhausted. Anyone else having the longest week ever? Well, I'll see you tomorrow! Peace out.

-Tsira

8 comments:

  1. Thanks for the post! She sounds awesome.

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    1. She is. I'm really excited about her story. It's a lot of fun to change perspectives to someone so different from the other characters in her world.

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  2. Hi...I'm hopping over from the A to Z Challenge...lovely blog...good luck with the rest of the challenge...

    Donna L Martin
    www.donasdays.blogspot

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  3. I agree completely-this was the longest week ever! But it's finally Friday!

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    1. I know, right? And this weekend was FAR too short...

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  4. Fun sketch. I'm dropping in from the A to Z challenge where my R was for Role Playing Games

    Lawful Good... does that make you a D&D player? :)

    http://mainstreetarts.blogspot.com/

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    1. Actually, no. I've played a little, but my experience with dungeon-crawling is mostly on the computer. :)

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