My name is Rebecca and getting lost is my specialty.

 

SO I go back to school in a week and I’ll be taking a university level art course for the first time and I’m super nervous about it. The main reason behind my fear is that I’m taking a painting course and I uh… I’m terrible at painting. 

I’ve been going through my old art to make myself feel better and felt like posting some of it, so if you don’t want to see, and a lot of it is pretty bad so you really may not want to see it, I’l be tagging it “old scribbles” Just block that or whatever. 

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Ryuko’s VA singing Revolutionary Girl Utena’s OP. 

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Question for FMA/Xing fans

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steeviemimi said: Its been years since I’ve read the manga so take this with a grain of salt, but I remember Ling and May looking for it so that they’re clans could take the throne? The emperor had to choose a successor among his many children and immortal=best child

Right, Ling and May were already in the succession chain and the philosopher’s stone was supposed to give them the emperor’s favor. I always assumed that the reason for getting the stone in the first place though was because the emperor’s health was fading. And so if they found immortality, they would cure the emperor and make him immortal. (that’s how the old Chinese legend about the empress on the moon went anyhow and that’s what I assume this quest was based on) 

But if the emperor was immortal how would succession happen?? Like, Ling definitely brings back the philosopher’s stone. Did it not work? I don’t think the emperor would be like, nah, I don’t wanna cure myself and be immortal. Here, be my immortal successor instead?

I am the confused?? @_@

I keep thinking about it and the only way it made sense if he exchanged the stone for the throne? Like if Ling only gave it to him if he agreed to abdicate the throne?  Other than that I go nothing and am just as confused as you.

Day ??? of 15. I’ve still been drawing stuff everyday, but they’ve usually been self indulgent, zero effort doodles and rough character layouts that I don’t want to post. I worked on this today though and it is being a pain in the behind. Mystery Man in the corner looks like he’s floating instead of sitting. He’s also requires foreshortening, my one of many weaknesses.. I’m quite angry with him. 
The goal of this drawing was to experiment with composition, so I’m trying to create a focus point and then cover it with Chrom Wants YOU! poster cause why not?

Day ??? of 15. I’ve still been drawing stuff everyday, but they’ve usually been self indulgent, zero effort doodles and rough character layouts that I don’t want to post. I worked on this today though and it is being a pain in the behind. Mystery Man in the corner looks like he’s floating instead of sitting. He’s also requires foreshortening, my one of many weaknesses.. I’m quite angry with him. 

The goal of this drawing was to experiment with composition, so I’m trying to create a focus point and then cover it with Chrom Wants YOU! poster cause why not?

I couldn’t sleep last night so I spent some time thinking about Fire Emblem Awakening’s storytelling. To me, the first arc in Awakening is the strongest story-wise and emotionally. Unfortunately, the third arc is just standard jrpg fare of taking down God and through the power of friendship~ and that’s fine… but I wish it could’ve been more interesting? Every once in a while I try to think up a new ending, but  I realize how much work it would take to rewrite everything and get overwhelmed. 

I would really like to play with the themes of “Every Life Being Precious” that’s built into the gameplay (What withe the permadeath and resets) and ”You are yourself before any man’s son” that deals with Avatar’s relationship to Validar (Grima as well) on top of Chrom’s relationship to  his own Father. Also, it would be neat to tie in the dichotomy between complete pacifism (Emmeryn) and solving problems through might alone (Walhart).