Dull pearls are worthless compared to gold. Isn’t that right, Margaret?
I haven’t been doing so hot lately. I’ve been trying to get back into the groove of things, though.
That said, my ask box is open, so I’ll accept requests for basic sketch busts for the next few days! I won’t be able to draw furry, mecha or NSFW stuff, and I’ll need references for OCs, but feel free to ask!!
Felicia Armal, the main protagonist of Witch Country, and Margaret, the main protagonist of Akademia!
I kind of realize now that I’ve been posting art of my originals for a very long time, but have not opened up to you guys about what their stories are about. I know I’ve explained Felicia’s at one point, and I can’t say most of Margaret’s because hers has spoilers, but if you guys want to know more about the world of Witch Country and Akademia and its characters, feel free to drop me an ask!
Meet two of the classmates of the protagonist of Akademia.
Mai is a girl with a naturally sweet and friendly appearance, is a self-proclaimed lover of all things bunny-like, and is a well-known bara doujin artist under her pseudonym, “Shuna Michi”. Under all that, however, she’s extremely sly and won’t hesitate to use underhanded means to protect her friends.
Jude is a boy who really likes to wear dresses and skirts. He doesn’t seem to like it when things don’t go as planned, and he frets more than he smiles, but he’s always looking out for his close friends, especially Mai. He’s also the president of the Foods Club in the academy, and works himself to the bone in the cafeteria.
They’re pretty much platonic life partners, and you don’t really see Mai or Jude without the other by their side.
Color palette drawings! #4, #12 and #8 respectively.
I haven’t had this much fun in forever.
"When I was younger," Charmaine says nonchalantly, "I used to think making stars was… you know, kind of useless. I couldn’t fight like the other witches, and my power made me feel like a walking circus. It was fun, but I didn’t like it. I didn’t like sitting there and watching them alone… until I met you, Ganny."
"I always loved how beautiful you made the skies at night," Ganifea whispers, lips turning upwards when Charmaine pecks her cheek. "I wanted to ask back then—if I could watch you cast that spell."
"I know. That’s why I can share these stars with you now."