The character may not be consistent in terms of plot, yet the personality stays intact.
"So I made up a character a little while ago. She's a Fennec Pomeranian, and she is part-deity. She's a mongrel descendant of a divine spirit (good for her info, but possibly evil, who knows). She's willing to make a difference for her self. As a pup, she was taunted and bullied by others in her realm (it's kind of like MLP, w/o humans, you ever seen such show), and she tried hard to please those around her and gain approval. she'd been self-criticizing and trying hard to please those who ironically ignore her (socially) except for her caligraphic talent, and to gain approval of her mother. Little did she know before her discovery, there was a power in her that would make her a new spiritual entity inside her, once she controls it (it's like enlightenment). She had been committed for she claimed to be chased by a dark figure. An chemical experiment accident made her into a figure that switches back and forth, flesh and bones to wind chill, like a ghost. depending on her emotional state of mind as well as spiritual. She will regain solidness once she reaches enlightenment, but she has a long shot with all the walk thoughs of objects and bodies. She attends to a special academy (of outcasts) so she could train her body to "re-materialize" based on her state of mind. To reach that objective, she changes her ways for her own personal welfare. Along the way she gains magical powers for her defense. She takes her spare time calligraphing, painting, maths, essays, she;s a bookworm. she also needs to attune to the social environment."
So for now this character of mine could serve for me as sort of a guardian figure, a protector for my being emotional and spiritual against any temptation that comes what may, and as I keep developing more character as long as it makes sense little by little with trial and error... I thought I would make her as an underdog on the way to full positiveness and as a lecturer-in-training giving advice that listeners can analyze and accept if they turn out reasonable. She may be a perfectionist, but she will get it right with countless trial and error. She's all about making her voice stand out and being rational.
Done in Winsor&Newton® Cotman™ series 1 watercolor on cold-press.
2 years, 4 months ago
21 Jun 2016 02:52 CEST
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