Two character concepts from a story I’m stitching together out of two old ones. It doesn’t even have a working title right now but its basically in an alternate modern-day wheremagic use is a rare genetic trait.
“The U.S. government, after forcing magic-users onto reservations crosses the line with new taxes and sanctions and an uprising forces a stand-off between power magic users and armed forces. Each side solicits help from two of the most powerful witches in the entire world.”
I want the story to mainly focus on these two witches, their powers (which I still need to work out), and why they take the respective sides that they do:
Bordeux Singh is an Indian-French citizen who’s got a huge ego and a large main-stream following, as she does many late-night and morning talk show interviews. She takes the side of the American government in working to subduing the rebelling magic users.
Rudolf Rosenthal is a Canadian citizen who’s much more shy and reserved and despite her tattoos, scars, and clothing is fairly meek and somewhat shy. She’s only written a few books on magic but otherwise doesn’t like the attention. She takes the side of the antagonized American magic users.
wow two completely rad-as-hell character designs from GDSD how completely fucking surprising, PFFFFHHHHHHHTTTHHHHHFFFFFFFFRRRRTTTTTTHHHHHHHH
I mean I can’t upload more right now, because some of the pictures need a bit of editing (fucking people always walking into photo shootings, what the hell is wrong with you?! You see I am photographing right now! What the hell?! *rants on forever*)
So this is me as Mituna Captor from Homestuck. I was very bad sighted that day. My vision was blurry because of my contact lenses, but I still managed to take so many photos… pfff… skills fuck yeah…
Oh and before ANYbody thinks they need to tell me, that his clothes are yellow. Go and fuck yourself with a chainsaw. Sollux’ blood is golden-ochre. Mituna’s blood is golden-ochre… they all wear their blood colours. So WHY the fuck should I make it piss-yellow? It’s my interpretation anyways so I can colour it the way I want.