I did this on oekaki, took 32 minutes. Had this in my head and wanted to draw it asap. haha
I wanted to go for semi realistic until I can get around to trying other styles, but it’s good for practice.
I remember a part of the story, I think it came to me in a fevered daydream and I just drew the whole thing down in one sitting, then promptly forgot about it and it’s been hiding in the back of my files.
Dealt with kids /c/, /cm/, and the /vp/ twins (I don’t remember /i/ being part of this since she is too young). It’s a fantasy type setting. /int/ gives them a rare stone to take to a merchant across from the kingdom and warns the kids about a dragon that has to be defeated to get across. It’s something along those lines. She gives them a sword as a weapon.
The kids go to the cave in between the crossing and finds the dragon sleeping. They accidentally wake it up, the kids run as the dragon lashes out, the sword gets knocked out, and /c/ gets knocked out as well. /cm/ goes to defend /c/, and as the dragon prepares to set them ablaze, the stone starts to glow. /cm/ quickly takes out the stone and the dragon instantly pauses. It grows curious with the glowing stone and touches its nose to it, and a bunch of memories flood into the dragon’s head. When everything clears up the next panel shows a man with a hole in his chest where the heart should have been- the heart being the stone that the man got reunited with. /new/ became a dragon after his heart got stolen. And now he just travels around with the kids as a sort of guardian figure. end scene.
I think I have more weird stories lying around my room on papers and notepads.
/tg/, /pol/, /k/. AH-64 Apache chan is a qt.
/pol/ dickin’ around with his boys. Today we party, tomorrow back to business as usual.
I did this on /i/, the oekaki on it is simple and easy to use. Did you know that there were shortcut keys? I use e, ctrl+z, and b a lot.
circa august 31, 2020…just means that I made this today. laughs