Oh TheOtaku.com, please send us your staff so that things may be updated. I find it depressing that the In Memory News Post lingers. Must I be reminded of my mortality with each view of the front page?
Where am I?
I am still here. Preparing for exams and enduring roleplayers on Gaiaonline. My art has suffered as a consequence. Anything I've wanted to draw lately is Rehi and I have to make myself create non-objective, non-past related narrative images at that. > ,>
My fan comic has suffered some. My inspiration has suffered. I'm looking forward to a part time job in a bakery over the summer, mostly shuffling baked products around too reduce waste, ya'know?
Hrmm... I await eagerly for the next installment of the Save Hyrule roleplay.
Hrmmm... I'm twittering like a little bird about my first boyfriend (but he's long distance), so this is news.
. <. I can't seem to profit off of my own art yet and this isn't news... XD
How are you?
Yeah. I'll get around to picked some winners...
I was so happy to see all the ideas and what everyone came up with!
Hooray for all those who contemplated submitting, actually submitted, and got to explore some with their art and characters!
I loved what was submitted! Thank you!
Have an image to suggest what Rehi's home would look like!
A little smaller than it should be though. Paka is correct. < ,<
The concept is simple: the wagon is Rehi's home away from home. Once the color of red poppies, the tint is now an aged pastel border around oranges, rich violets, and glossy gold-colored paints spread out as elaborate motifs. The wheels of the wagon are sturdy, strong, and constructed by tightly woven threads of Rehi's magic. The magic threads are easily mended and have overtaken the under-workings of the wagon and replaced much of its original pieces, aside from most of the underlying metal bars and fastenings.
The wagon itself is also pulled by a creature of knitted-fancy: A four-legged, horned, powdery blue beast which is easily larger than most oxen (and about three heads taller than Rehi). Its size and deep lengthy grunts may come off as intimidating, but it is widely inanimate under its own will. The knitted beast is called Paka and "he" must be controlled or prearranged to follow the instruction of taking the lead. More than often, Rehi will be seated on Paka and controlling his knitted creating with a pair of knitting needles (which are stuck into Paka's head for safe keeping).
Now, pretend you live in here.
A stove. Bed. Two trunk seats. For some reason a medicine cabinet. A gilded sword over your bed and wide window across from the stove/fireplace...
What other goodies would you cram in there? ' u'
*I'm actually out of ideas for wall decor... I thinking about maps or something...
Rehi's wagon is twelve feet in length, nine feet tall, and inches under six feet wide. The wagon features two windows and thin windows encompassing the perimeter of the arched ceiling to allow some light without lamps. The "essential" pieces of his home are: a bed, snug in an alcove with a heavy curtain for privacy, above a large storage space of equal size; an iron stove, and two trunks disguised as a seating. There is a dresser between his bed and the longer trunk-seat and a large window behind. The wagon features shelf space above the stove, where a balance scale sits, and three corner shelves scaling beside the smaller trunk-seat and the bed. Rehi also keeps a medicine chest near the door and an iron kettle at the foot of the stove.
Of the many items displayed around Rehi's wagon there is a small picture frame kept at his bedside which displays a portrait of a young hylian woman with hair carefully styled into bouncy ringlets.
It's his birthday for another.... 20-ish minutes...
They came. Today is a good day. Now they live in a portfolio~
'three cheers for the post. three cheers for the Grooviest of Boars