the freedom to draw angry ladies looking to the left
Oh gosh, I didn’t know anyone was really all that interested! Honestly you guys can ask me whatever and I’ll explain it. I’m not really planning to actually do anything with these stories, so there’s really no “spoilers” or anything. They only exist to help me create illustrations that have some context. I don’t write them and put them up because usually large spaces of them are unfinished or unknown or get changed, or the entire story gets changed and then new stuff is totally inconsistent.
Anyway, Muirioch did murder his mother in a fit of violent rage - it was not exactly premeditated, though it was the result of lifelong resentment - but dismembering her was not part of that rage. Well, I guess it probably was an expression of rage as well, but it was mostly a pragmatic act. The body parts were presented to Muirioch’s allies as gifts, since they contained great power, as well as binding them to him as collaborators in the treason and declaration of war against Ainmere.
omg wow a question!!!! This is very exciting ha ha ha. Thank you!! I feel bad I never update this place anymore because I haven’t drawn my characters in such a long time. It’s time to fix this………….
As to the questions - Actually, the guy who is always holding Ysolde’s head is her and Ainmere’s son, Muirioch. (Ainmere is holding her head in one ink sketch, though, which makes it confusing, sorry.) He is very hard to tell apart from Ainmere though, because I never really put in the time to design him well, and also because I am bad at draws. I’d like to go back and give him a real design some time.
Muirioch is responsible for murdering and dismembering his mother when he is about 25 or 26 years old. In terms of the story itself, that’s about the middle (it’s not a very long story). He cuts her into 12 pieces. The other 11 pieces of Ysolde end up in various places, but Muirioch always keeps her head.
The pieces of Ysolde were:
the illustration that wanted me dead
Ainmere and Isolde again.
"Whoops I shot my wife"
the scene with Ainveire and Ysolde I’ve drawn a billion times
ha ha sorry, I totally forgot I have this blog
here’s a picture from months ago that I hated so so much, so I never uploaded it
Schoolwork. Blood and severed heads (the usual). Sometimes there’s just one thing about a picture (the important thing) that’s all kinds of fucked up so you work 5 hours longer trying to save it, but you can’t. You just can’t.
Took this to school and it’s not the thing that I thought was wrong with it that was wrong with it (though that is also wrong), it’s the stuff that’s around the thing that’s wrong that’s really wrong. Having peer review really makes a difference! I guess I’ll work it a bit more.
once again, i apologize. It’s just weird to have my story art scattered around my two blogs like this. SPRING CLEANING, SORT OF
Hestian traditional ladyclothes modeled by a woman with paddlehands. It’s the same setup as the dudeclothes so really there’s nothing much to say about them. The two middle designs would be more common and the far right almost exclusively upper class.