In strive, do what amuses you 🙂 So I did. More portraits of my characters. These ones took longer to draw, I just couldn’t get them to look right (a lot of tweaking to be done still but right now, my wrists need rest). There are other versions which I’ve discarded, these ones are better ones, I think.
Still working on a few more. Glenn’s been doing a great job with one I cannot wait to share. I’m probably having too much fun with time-wasters such as these, with the book not even close to being published and not a single agent queried yet, but sometimes it helps to get my creative juices flowing through several means. But no, I don’t think I’ll write a song for the book, ha!
Princess Manola Bodum
A dangerous woman whom some may identify as the villain in the book. I’d just like to think she’s driven 🙂 Although I admit, being a smooth politician, she’s probably the scariest out of all other antagonists I’ve created. She’s fun to write since I get to explore many facets of lovely and twisted sexuality with her character. But I do need to work on that hair…
The main character in my book 🙂 She’s really a girl-next-door type, who’s afflicted by self-proclaimed guilt and responsibilities of virtues. Her views of the world and herself are the most affected in the story, for which I had wonderful fun writing. Emotionally ill-equipped and without magic nor combat skills, she has to rely on her wit and cunning to survive the many ordeals I’ve set up for her.
Faziel De Garxia
The reason why I hang onto this tale through thick and thin 🙂 He’s the love interest of my main character although if you ask him, he’ll probably say he IS the main character in the book (along with other obscene comments). He’s fun to write because he’s a shameless brute. He’s also one most bashed in the story (by me and other characters), that’s why I’ve to put all those scars on his face (though they look more like they’re painted on, ha! still working on those)… other than the fact that he looks too much like Jessica Alba otherwise.
Thanks for your time. I’ll think of more helpful articles to write next, rather than showcasing my own amusement this way. Till next time, peeps.