Abby’s so stubborn, and I think that’s part of why I love her character so much. It’s not a trait I really enjoy in people, but it’s fun to write and creates lots of room for character development. 
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eyrza:

First pass at a design for Lady Evileen from Chancellor of the Kindlies.Now collaborating with Steamy! Yay! 

MY DEAR LUNGS, I must tell you that last night I had a REALLY weird dream, but there was this one part where I got lost and ended up on the roof of this castle-mansion thing and there was a pug walking expertly on a tight wire between two sections of the roof.

And at one point it seemed to fall off and I was really scared for it, but it had just hopped onto a lower section of the roof, and it climbed back up and walked on the next wire.

I think that pug spends a lot of time walking on tightropes. Maybe it’s in the circus?

Concept/Promotional art for my comic idea, Chancellor of the Kindlies.This is the Chancellor herself, Keemi Mokodo, past and present.
eyrza:

I’m toying with this character again and thinking about proposing her story to a guy I met at Swarmcon. He’s followed up a few times looking for proposals because he runs a fairly new publishing business.I might rename her, though. What would you name her? :) Her title is “Chancellor of the Kindlies.”She’s a few years younger in this image than she’ll be through the main portion of the story. 

WRONG BLOG. Always. >w<
Here’s some fanart I did to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the publication of Raising Dragons, the first book in the Dragons in our Midst series.
Drawing someone falling over is quite a challenge. As an artist I spend so much time trying to make characters look balanced, with the proper center of gravity, and breaking out of that involves changing my whole approach to a sketch. It’s very fun, though. :3 
This is from next week’s Dreamscape page. http://thealmostrose.com/
I said that this comic is vaguely an autobiography, but the more that I think about it, this comic is unquestionably a metaphor for my life. Except— there’s supposed to be a part two. Maybe someday I’ll get to it.
Story of the Caged Bird
by Victoria Daru
A 3-page comic inspired by Lindsey Stirling’s “Song of the Caged Bird.”
And because nothing would be quite complete without a Jane Eyre quote: “I am no bird; and no net ensnares me: I am a free human being with an independent will.” -Charlotte BrontëI said that this comic is vaguely an autobiography, but the more that I think about it, this comic is unquestionably a metaphor for my life. Except— there’s supposed to be a part two. Maybe someday I’ll get to it.
Story of the Caged Bird
by Victoria Daru
A 3-page comic inspired by Lindsey Stirling’s “Song of the Caged Bird.”
And because nothing would be quite complete without a Jane Eyre quote: “I am no bird; and no net ensnares me: I am a free human being with an independent will.” -Charlotte BrontëI said that this comic is vaguely an autobiography, but the more that I think about it, this comic is unquestionably a metaphor for my life. Except— there’s supposed to be a part two. Maybe someday I’ll get to it.
Story of the Caged Bird
by Victoria Daru
A 3-page comic inspired by Lindsey Stirling’s “Song of the Caged Bird.”
And because nothing would be quite complete without a Jane Eyre quote: “I am no bird; and no net ensnares me: I am a free human being with an independent will.” -Charlotte Brontë
My character, Syri, mid-transformation into a dog/wolf. I hope she’s pretty. I don’t think I do her justice in the comic of how pretty she’s supposed to be. x)Syri’s from my comic, Dreamscape. You can find it at http://thealmostrose.com/
Style play with Abigail.
She’s from my webcomic, Dreamscape. Read it at http://thealmostrose.com/