- The embodiment of my struggle with GAD: No matter what he was intended for, Panic quickly became the character who embodied my feelings, trials and struggles with generalized anxiety disorder. Panic is the anxious, unadjusted, unsympathetic, naive and destructive person who has given into Frenzy, the vastly negative controlling voice in his head. Once you know this, it becomes easy to characterize Panic, although he doesn’t stay this way for long.
- The embodiment of my struggle to get better with GAD: The second part of Panic’s story is that he decides to not be anxious and goes on a quest to Conquer That Fellow (as I would put it back in the day). Although Panic’s quest is a lot more active than mind, and involves more actual fighting, it’s important to his story that he decides to struggle against anxiety instead of struggling with it.
- Panic also embodies my hopes of getting better with anxiety (which I have) and using my strength from feeling better to create things that help me and allow me to live to my full potential (which I am starting to do). So there you go!
I’m not even sure how this link got broken, hopefully this link to my Charahub works for everyone now!
I guess I won’t give up on getting stuff for the character writing meme I reblogged but I’ll be realistic since people aren’t always interested in other people’s characters on a meta-level *shrug*
What!! Well I’ll have to fix it when I get on the computer… But people are probably over the game by now, so whatevvs
Pick a character I’ve written and I will explain the top ~three to five ideas/concepts/etc I keep in mind while writing that character that I believe are essential to accurately depicting them.
Since she was partially covered up in the picture from the other day, here’s just the drawing of Jane Fox.
Jane Fox and Isaac are the general favorites of the Offsprings by other people… not sure why Isaac, but Jane is total yiff bait.
Ahh~ I love seeing sketches. This sheet is great. <3Thanks Kid!
Today’s internship sketches were Rae and Ropymon! I find Rae very hard to draw for some reason, it takes a few tries to get her face to look right. I wonder if that was a product of her being from a dream or not (and thus the memory of her face is an unstylized one…)
I think I like the drawing of Ropymon using Tumble Whip the best.
I’m back from internship and mom and I took a little walk since it’s a nice day out today :)