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Cilla

Cilla’s concept has come a long way.  She started off like this and I’ve taken inspriation from Kazumi from Tokyo Ghost and Ally from Sunstone.

Cilla is the no-nonsense Guardian Angel for Maximillian Reily.  She’s unmatched with a blade and wields it with deadly precision.  For tougher foes, she uses the charms on her belt for diversions and empowerments.  As Max’s Guardian Angel, her overall strength is inverse to her client’s health making her faster/stronger/deadlier when Max’s life is threatened.

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Maximillian

Here’s my first official drawing fresh off the new scanner I got!  I decided to pencil and ink Maximillian a ‘supporting’ character in my Black Carnival series.  He’s the charismatic cousin to Gillian Akers and the only other survivor of her family’s massacre.  He takes an optimistic approach to life, thanking the powers that be for passing through their trials.

That being said, he won’t take his fortune for granted.  His cheerful demeanor disguises his resolute nature only to those who have just met him.

Art wise my shading is incredibly inconsistent as I have no idea what I’m doing.  Though I’m pretty happy with how it turned out.

Here’s what he used to look like when the idea was first conceived.

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final deena kinda

A project I didn’t get around to finishing.  Was gonna do my Champion of Ash, Deena, to celebrate me finishing Dark Souls III.  I experimented with a drawing style and it kind of blew up in my face.  Distance from the project and moving past Dark Souls III kinda made me feel uninspired to finish.  Decided to post what I started, even though what I envisioned originally was a lot more intricate.

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Sketchbook Doodle

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Something from the sketchbook.

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Messed around with drawing some Asher Forrester.  I think I gave up.  I wasn’t really happy with how it was coming out, but I still loved Asher Forrester.

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