Busy Week

Hello, everyone!

Sorry for not posting. I had a busy week. First, my mother and I shopped for new clothes, then I had to go to the doctor, and finally, I worked on some new chapters. I hadn’t draw for a while, but I’m planning on doing more of that.

Anyways, I’ve been working on “Midnight Embrace”, “ElderHeart”, “The Infinite Guide”, “Dark Red Riding Hood”, and “Realm of Madness” at the same time. I say the chapters are going well. In fact, I want to share with you a sneak peak of chapter four of “Dark Red Riding Hood”. To read the other chapters, click here.

Chapter 4: The Huntress

Little Red Riding Hood. Notorious huntress-thief for the feared crime boss, Woody Lumberjack, also known as the Woodsman. Never in my young life did I think that would be my identity. In fact, when I was a little girl, I wanted to be an adventurer; traveling to far and exotic places. My grandfather used to be an adventurer before meeting my grandmother. I doubt they would be proud of me, seeing what their precious granddaughter have become. I don’t blame them if they’re disappointed in me; I’m disappointed in me.

Allow me to explain what my job was as a huntress-thief. You see, “huntress” or “hunter” were just another word for assassin. We hunt down persons and then eliminate them, hence why we are called “hunters” or “huntresses”. There were different kinds of hunters and huntresses; those whose jobs where more than just assassinating. For example, hunter-runners or huntress-runners were assassins who worked in the drug smuggling business. Hunter-eyes or huntress-eyes were assassins who doubled as detectives. There were the royal hunters and huntresses who worked for the sovereignty. Then there were the hunter-thieves and huntress-thieves like me. Our jobs were to not only eliminate targets, but to also steal from targets. Just last year, I was ordered to steal a prized piece of artwork from the home of a wealthy art dealer.

I had just exited the Woodsman’s hideout and was making my way through the busy streets of Gemstone. The sun was high in the sky and the gentle breeze flew through what leaves where left on the sturdy oak trees that lined the streets of the city. As I walked, I noticed the sidewalks glimmering with a blue sparkle; it was as if the sidewalks were made from real sapphires, and not artificial gems that looked like real ones.

I passed by clothing stores, delis, flower shops, and other small family-owned businesses. I walked pass one of the city’s public libraries, it’s marble columns glistening in the sunlight. The many apartment buildings towered over me, their glass windows reflecting the sun’s light. I had to look away by the time I reached the elementary school; the sight of happy children playing reminded me too much of my own childhood. I turned a corner and walked into a dark alley. At the end of the alley, was my destination: the abandoned train station on the outskirts of the city.

The station was built about seven hundred years ago, I think. It was built near the base of the gray, snowy-topped mountains that stood towering over the city of Gemstone. It was a modest, two-story building that was the length of a modern house. It’s once brilliant and vivid blue painted exterior was now a moldy, dark green. It’s brown, tilted roof was so worn that holes began to appear. Its windows were shattered, their doors broken in halves. The benches that sat on the front porch were all broken in the center, which made sitting on them nigh impossible. The door that led to the inside was just barely attached to the doorframe; it was hanging on its side, freely swinging. Not too far away from the door, attached to the overhanging roof, was a sign that still displayed the train schedule. In front of the station was the train rail that was abandoned along with the station; it was now covered in tall grass and wildflowers.

I stepped onto the porch, which creaked and groaned under my feet. Carefully, I opened the door and entered the dilapidated train station. The wallpapered interior was just as worn-down as the exterior. Four long wooden benches, all of which were coated in dust, sat in the center of the small station. A small window was built into the wall opposite me. The glass of the window was cracked and looked as if it was about to fall out of the frame. The room behind the creaked window used to be the ticket office, but now, it was mostly a home for field mice, raccoons, or some other wild animal. I made my way to the back of the station, where a narrow hallway led to the back of the station, where the lockers were. I was surprised, but somewhat grateful, to find the door to the back porch still attached to the doorframe and still in one piece.

I pushed opened the door and stepped out onto the back porch. There was a lone bench that faced a meadow filled with flowers of many species. In the distant, I could make out a shape hidden among the grass and flowers. The shape lifted its head and I saw that it was a unicorn. Seeing a unicorn in the wild wasn’t uncommon, that was, if you lived in the countryside. Creatures like unicorns made it a point to steer away from largely populated areas. I briefly wondered why I hadn’t recognized the animal the second I saw it. Then I saw that, unlike most unicorns, who were a pure white, this unicorn was gray. It’s coat, mane, tail, and even horn was gray, making it blend in well with the surrounding area. For a moment, I envied the beautiful creature and wished I could just blend in, not stick out, be like everyone else. I snapped myself out of my trance and tore my eyes away from the animal. By the time I looked back, the unicorn was gone.

I’m Back!

Hello, everyone! I’m back! Sorry for not posting anything. Time got away from me. Anyways, I wanted to share what I done. I just finished writing song lyrics. I posted them on my DeviantArt, which you can see by clicking here. I’m putting them here too, just in case. So, here it is. “Three Wayward Angels”, sung by Alpha, Melody, and Light. This song, while has no music to go with it as of yet, will be used in the season one finale of “Three Wayward Angels”.

Alpha, Melody, and Light:

Whoa, whoa, whooooooooaaaa!

Whoa, whoa, whooooooooaaaa! 

Alpha:

Not here to bow down to your sarcastic tyranny!

We’re not here to surrender to your greed and narcissism!

After we are done, you’ll regret your cruelty,

And we will fill the world with altruism!

You might think you won today,

You might think you’re above punishment!

But believe me when I say,

We will make you repent!

Alpha, Melody, and Light:

We are three wayward angels!

 We’ll spend love and harmony!

And we’ll never succumb,

To your villainy!

We are three wayward angels!

Here to put your wickedness to disgrace!

We will never stop our mission,

To make the world a better place!

Light:

There is nothing in this world that we fear,

We’ll always fight the fight!

We’ll never give in to despair,

We’ll show you our might!

Melody:

We love to give a helping hand,

We won’t leave humanity to rot!

So we’ll save everyone that we can,

Whether you like it or not!

Alpha, Melody, and Light:

We are three wayward angels!

 We’ll spend love and harmony!

And we’ll never succumb,

To your villainy!

We are three wayward angels!

Here to put your wickedness to disgrace!

We will never stop our mission,

To make the world a better place!

Working on a lot of Things

Hello, everyone.

I know it had been a while since my last post. I’ve been working on a lot of things. I’m starting a new novel, and I’ve been working on more transcripts. The transcripts are for my animated series and my games. I write them because they help me figure out what every character will do or say. Once I finish them, I’ll post them here, but for now I’ll tell you about my new novel.

It is entitled, “Billie Copperfield”. Here is the summary: 15-year-old Billie Copperfield loved animals, especially horses. In fact, she would sometimes prefer animals to humans. Living on a horse farm in Livingston Manor with her mother and older brother had be stressful at times, but overall it has been a dream come true for her. Billie’s father hadn’t been around as often as she would like, not since his divorce with her mother, but she still got to see and speak to him nonetheless. Billie doesn’t have many human friends, but she didn’t care because she had a ton of animal friends to keep her company. Her favorite horse on the farm was Eddie. Not only did the chestnut stallion with the white fur running down his muzzle and brown mane and tail shared his owner’s passion for the outdoors and speed, but his also shared a birthday with her as well. Billie was rather content with her life, the only thing she wished for was to better understand the animals on the farm. On one stormy night, her wish came true. Now, with her family’s farm destroyed, she must use her newfound abilities to help rebuild what her family loss.

I’m still working on the first chapter. I’ve already written a draft of the story. I’m in the progress of reviewing the draft and seeing what I can use in the final piece.

That’s it for now. I might come up with some new stuff, but in the meantime, you all have a nice day.

Happy Fourth of July!

I know I haven’t posted anything for six days, so I’m posting something now.

Happy Fourth of July, everyone!

I hope you are all having a great time with your friends and families.

Lately, I’ve been working on a few things, which is why I haven’t posted anything for six days. Right now, I ‘m working on a new idea for a video game. I don’t think I shared it with you, so I’ll share it now. I’m calling it, “The Lost Priestess”. It’s going to be a point-and-click game, but with a twist. The twist is that where will be points in the game where the player will need to make an important decision and, depending on the choices the player made, there will be different endings. Here is the plot: Ever since she was a young child, Edith Smith, a shy and timid seventeen-year-old girl living with her aunt and cousins in the dystopian city of Lodestone City, had wanted to journey to the legendary island chain as Harmonia. Harmonia is an island utopia on the polluted planet of Kakotopia. Located in the uncharted regions of the Virtuous Sea and the place where she believes her parents went to. Her wish come true when a man and a woman in strange clothing come to take her to fulfil her birthright as high priestess of Harmonia. Now, it is her responsibility to keep the natural beauty of Harmonia, the only clean place on the entire planet, from being tainted.

And this is a little information about the main character:

·        Edith Smith

o   Appearance- Edith is of average height and weight for a seventeen-year-old teenager. She has a slender, erogenous body with a small chest and backside. Her light brown hair is smooth and soft; it is also long enough to reach her waist and thick enough to cover half of her face. She has light emerald eyes that seem to stare into a person’s soul.

o   Attire- She usually wears a white top tank under a beige cardigan, a long beige skirt, white stockings, and black dress shoe, however, while on Harmonia she wears her priestess outfit, which is a sleeveless, flower-patterned dress with a leg slit, a flowery headdress, and a pair of gold sandals.

o   Personality- Edith is shy and timid. She is too afraid to speak to people her own age or make friends on her own. She is quiet and mousey. She rarely does anything daring or scary, as many things easily frighten her. Edith is a very meek and modest girl, but she is also clever and crafty; she enjoys picking up objects, examining them, combining certain objects with other objects, and then using those objects. She has a strong sense of morals, which is why she is so kindhearted and benevolent. Through she never had an official boyfriend, Edith dreams of the day she falls in love and get married; you could say that she is a hopeless romantic.  

o   Backstory- Edith was born as the only child of Susan Smith, the last high priestess of Harmonia, and Nathaniel Smith, a junk dealer who traveled the sea on his garbage boat, but made many stops in Lodestone City to visit his sister. Susan was born on Harmonia and met Nathaniel went his garbage boat shipwrecked on Harmonia by chance. The two fell in love, married on Harmonia, and had a baby girl. At the tender age of three months, the baby was left in the care of her aunt, Nathaniel’s sister, at the request of Susan. For seventeen years, Edith had lived in a broken-down house on the street corner of a gloomy, filthy, crime-ridden city. Her passion for going to Harmonia was fueled by rumors that her parents were on the island chain. She had studied different ways of travel and had even tried to build herself a boat.

o   Home Life- In spite of the caring and loving attitude she has, Edith’s home life is not always kind or caring. Due to the constant verbal abuse at the hands of her aunt, Edith had tried to run away from home many times. Everyone in Lodestone City, saved her cousins, seems to loathe her and she is constantly being harassed by the residents of the city. Yet she did not despair, for she found a friend in a rat.

o   Hobbies- Gardening, hosting tea parties, reading about astrology, and speaking with her pet rat.

o   Knowledge- Edith is well educated in most subjects, despite not having any formal schooling. However, she is extremely well-versed in the practice of astrology.

o   Responsibilities as High Priestess- Foreseeing the future of the island and its inhabitants, healing the islanders of their aliments, training and appointing other priestesses and priests, banishing malevolence forces. In short, her job as high priestess is to be a leader.

Anyways, that’s it for now. Have a happy Fourth of July!

Gracie Mansion

Sorry for not posting anything for six days, but now, I have big news. Today, I went to Gracie Mansion for an interview for an internship at the Mayor’s Office. I met with a woman named Linda Pham and we talked about the internship. They said that they were considering an art job for me. I would organize, sort, and record the artwork around the mansion. The interview went well and Linda escorted me out.

While I waited for the interview to start, I took some pictures of the area around the mansion:

That’s it for now. Have a lovely afternoon.

 

More Changes were Made + Working on New Chapters

Hello, everyone!

I been busy working on the drawing that I mentioned in my last post. I’m also working on the new chapters of my novels. I finished making changes to the page, “Dusk + Dawn (Animated Series)”. To see the changes, check out the page.

Right now, I’m working on a list of characters. I’m researching Japanese myths and legends to use in “Dusk + Dawn”. Once I’m done with it, I’ll show it to you all; I’ll even add it to the page.

Anyways, that all I wanted to share with you. Have a nice day!

Starting a New Drawing

I’m starting a new drawing. The problem is, I have a lot of ideas on what to draw that I can’t decide what to draw. I’m thinking of drawing a character from “Heartless”, but I’m also thinking of drawing Fiona from “The Infinite Guide”. I want to draw Zane and Zilla from “Zane Fey”, but I also want to draw a character from “Dusk + Dawn” . I guess I could draw Cordelia from “Clockwork Girl”, or another character from there.

I guess I could draw them all, but the question is: what to draw first? I guess I just have to surprise myself.

Anyways, I just wanted to post something. It been two days since my last post and I didn’t want to end up not posting anything for days.

That’s all for now. Have a nice day and talk to you later.