"omg. girl's only version of only so much?? WHAT CUTIES"
yes! Livius (Livia? Livette? Lydia?) was the hardest to draw, and Isaac was the easiest……. hmmmAugust 28, 20111 note
HMMMMMMMMAugust 27, 201111 notes#Only So Much
August 18, 201113 notes#Only So Much#she knows you are full of shit kaiser!
"suppi did the same thing recently with a character i made for her comic b/c she was lacking ladies but that's ok because she is better as a girl anyway"
Oh REALLY, we share similar brain wave lengths.
This character works so much better as a girl. Except she needs a new name, and I hate picking names.August 18, 20112 notes
Why no, I would never change the gender of a character to fit my plot better.August 18, 201111 notes#yes i would#im doing it right now#especially becuase im revamping a huge chunk of story#Only So Much
"i've been struck by this suden and painful affliction of deep consuming love for you art and lines and other smarmy feelings!!! i would like to inhabit the tiniest corner in your brain forever i promise to cry quietly!!
; - ;"
wahghguu, thank you?! ;w; My brain isn’t somewhere you’d want to spend extended amounts of time in thoughAugust 15, 20112 notes
I was going through old character sheets for the Only So Much (ok, it will just be osm now, it’s such an awkward title to write out) and I didn’t even remember writing this about Avery’s cool psychic power (astral projection)?? I actually forgot what it was for awhile oops.
“Character’s long-term goals in life: Understand what exactly is after death, he can visit a different dimensional plain, so it brings up questions of what death is. He doesn’t necessarily set off to figure it out”
wikipedia: The astral plane, also called the astral world, is a plane of existence postulated by classical (particularly neo-Platonic), medieval, oriental and esoteric philosophies and mystery religions. It is the world of the planetary spheres, crossed by the soul in its astral body on the way to being born and after death, and generally said to be populated by angels, spirits or other immaterial beings. In the late 19th and early 20th century the term was popularised by Theosophy and neo-Rosicrucianism.August 15, 20112 notes#Only So Much
BOY, DO I LOVE OBVIOUS SYMBOLISM (and not very witty or smart symbols at that).
I’ve just been going over the story for Only So Much recently and seeing what I could do to make it work (aside from re-drawing the first 40 pages heh), but I’m still very up-in-the-air about it.
I just wanted to draw a profile but got carried away here…August 15, 201184 notes#Only So Much#Kaiser
I’m still totally doing that feedback-comic thing with the reflection. I have just been so busy! I’ll try and do a page this weekend.August 12, 2011
Dolus «needs a last name, her planet needs a name also»
Dolus has been living on Earth for 4 years. She comes from a medium sized planet in a neighboring Star System. Her planet has mastered space travel and the art of freezing ones state while retaining memories perfectly, this enables them to travel extensively, but Earth has always been their farthest trip ( a few ships have visited in the past, but it took them much longer than the newest ship would take). Dolus was extremely lucky, her father is wealthy and one of the biggest stakeholders in the newest line of space ships. She has always been interested in inter-galactic politics, especially Earths. So in her final year of schooling her father got her a spot on the newest spaceship that was making it’s maiden trip to Earth. She was extremely excited and decided to take a grant and write papers specifically on Earth politics. What she didn’t realize, what few people from her planet didn’t realize, is that the information in every textbook about Earth were centuries out of date.
When Dolus arrived on Earth she was shocked and appalled at the state it was in. Because of her alien status, her Earth life wasn’t extremely difficult and allowed her to focus on exactly what was going wrong on Earth. She has published 3 books in her first year that were sent back to her home planet about Earth.
While she was doing her research she kept coming across a company that had heavy ties with the government, it had gone through numerous overhauls, usually when it was in trouble, but has somehow kept afloat and is now Earth’s leading pharmaceutical researcher/supplier. Bored with writing, Dolus decides to investigate the company on a more intimate level and becomes a sort of “self-employed private investigator, with a heavy interest in human rights”. Information is incredibly hard to get a hold of since Earth was afflicted with civil wars and things are either under such heavy lock that nobody has seen them or it’s so overly complex to obtain information legally that nobody tries. So Dolus uses underground sources to get information and after a year she gets info about the #’d test subjects, but since there is absolutely no official documents for them, they are impossible to find. Unless they were to state who they were explicitly, they are not traceable, but even the test subjects don’t clearly understand their origins, making finding them near impossible. The only clue is a vague description of the effects the testing had: physical mutations (a tip from an ex-researcher, who now leads some resistance group).
So Dolus begins handing out contact info in the immediate area of the facility, to humans that have mutations (because of radiation it’s not such an uncommon things). She knows that this is the worst way to go about it, but she has no other choice and after a few months she is surprised when someone knocks at her flat and asking about the strange cards she has been handing out.
THIS IS PROBABLY SO CONFUSING and terribly explained. It’s late, I shouldn’t write overly complex things so late. I’ll do a short description about her personality later… (she is one of my fav chars wah).