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Funnily enough, all three of these pictures are of the same person; her name is Judy Arnold. They look different because the one on the top left is a child and the one at the bottom has a cooler outfit and l’Oreal hair.

Judy starts out as the annoying kid that nobody likes. She acts like she knows everything, she tells tales on everyone and she’s such a wannabe teacher’s pet that even the teacher doesn’t like her. See that badge? She made that herself. Her school doesn’t have a hall monitor. She appointed herself hall monitor so she had an excuse to lecture people in the corridor.

But luckily, she grew up to be… the annoying adult that nobody likes. Oh. Yes, still convinced she’s going places when really, she’s going nowhere. Still tells everyone off and sucks up to authority figures. At least she hasn’t appointed herself hall monitor again. Yet.

Anyway, she and her sort-of-friend, sort-of-enemy Lily fail to prevent the end of the world (Yeah, the end of the world! Didn’t see that coming, did you?), but before the world actually ends, they’re sent back in time to somehow fix what went wrong so their future selves will be more competent (And co-operate. A lot of the fail is caused by them arguing instead of getting anything done). The trouble is, they don’t know what it is they’re supposed to be fixing.

But clearly, they do manage to fix things somehow, since More Competent Judy is there on the right - though whether she’s actually improved enough to save the world or if she just looks cooler is to be discovered.

Not really gonna do anything with this story yet, but there might be a couple more drawings. Maybe of Lily. Oh yeah, and despite the fact it’s about the end of the world, it’s supposed to be quite a light-hearted story. That’s not to say horrible things won’t happen. It just means that if they do, they’ll probably be played for laughs.

Her last name was going to be Summer and Lily’s was going to be Winter, as shorthand for ‘check out these people who are opposites’, but then I scrapped it because it sounded kind of lame.

Just another thing with Annika and Opal. A lot of you can probably guess where the pose came from, but if you don’t know, this is inspired by the poster for Wicked. Which I still haven’t seen, to my immense disappointment :( I haven’t thought of a specific thing Opal is whispering to Annika. But Annika’s probably smiling because Opal wouid have to be standing on tiptoe for her mouth to be level with Annika’s ear.

Just another thing with Annika and Opal. A lot of you can probably guess where the pose came from, but if you don’t know, this is inspired by the poster for Wicked. Which I still haven’t seen, to my immense disappointment :(

 I haven’t thought of a specific thing Opal is whispering to Annika. But Annika’s probably smiling because Opal wouid have to be standing on tiptoe for her mouth to be level with Annika’s ear.

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I’m so invested in this story I’ll probably never finish that now there’s stories within the stories. Yeah, you heard me. These three characters are from an old story that the magi tell. (In case you’ve forgotten, the magi are those peeps in robes. Opal’s a mage, Annika’s a mage, Quinn’s a mage. Mage mage mage.) The magi tell this myth, but none of them believe that these people literally existed. They’re all there to represent something. The mother - the one in the middle holding the planet in her hands - represents life, nature and the natural magic of the universe and is pretty much True Neutral. Her children are twins and they represent good and evil. The reason they’re represented as twins and the children of ‘life’ is to symbolise the ability of life and nature to create both good and bad. The mother is holding the world (that’s planet Aerith - the small circles are its moons) and they each have one hand on it, representing the constant battle between good and evil. I tried to make the girl’s hand seem more like she’s trying to dig her nails into the world, while the boy rests his hand on it gently because good, evil, yada yada. This is all looking pretty black and white, and that’s what I intended. That’s how the magi think magic works. They must all be Sith lords XD They have other stories too, which I might mention later. I haven’t decided on the exact story of this myth yet, but it most likely involves the girl killing her father out of lust for power and drinking her mother’s blood to gain immortality. Her brother is unable to defeat her permanently but manages to hold her back, stop her from killing her mother also and prevent her from gaining too much power. As a result of what he does to stop his sister, the brother almost dies but his mother revives him and bestows immortality on him willingly. Because he was given his eternal life and did not steal it, he retains his sanity while his sister is driven mad as punishment for stealing life from her mother. Brother and sister are then locked in a constant struggle for eternity. This might change if I have a better idea.

I’m so invested in this story I’ll probably never finish that now there’s stories within the stories. Yeah, you heard me. These three characters are from an old story that the magi tell. (In case you’ve forgotten, the magi are those peeps in robes. Opal’s a mage, Annika’s a mage, Quinn’s a mage. Mage mage mage.)

The magi tell this myth, but none of them believe that these people literally existed. They’re all there to represent something. The mother - the one in the middle holding the planet in her hands - represents life, nature and the natural magic of the universe and is pretty much True Neutral. Her children are twins and they represent good and evil. The reason they’re represented as twins and the children of ‘life’ is to symbolise the ability of life and nature to create both good and bad. The mother is holding the world (that’s planet Aerith - the small circles are its moons) and they each have one hand on it, representing the constant battle between good and evil. I tried to make the girl’s hand seem more like she’s trying to dig her nails into the world, while the boy rests his hand on it gently because good, evil, yada yada.

This is all looking pretty black and white, and that’s what I intended. That’s how the magi think magic works. They must all be Sith lords XD They have other stories too, which I might mention later. I haven’t decided on the exact story of this myth yet, but it most likely involves the girl killing her father out of lust for power and drinking her mother’s blood to gain immortality. Her brother is unable to defeat her permanently but manages to hold her back, stop her from killing her mother also and prevent her from gaining too much power. As a result of what he does to stop his sister, the brother almost dies but his mother revives him and bestows immortality on him willingly. Because he was given his eternal life and did not steal it, he retains his sanity while his sister is driven mad as punishment for stealing life from her mother. Brother and sister are then locked in a constant struggle for eternity. This might change if I have a better idea.

Hey, it’s those minor characters that decided they wanted a story! Well, the kid at least. Sorry Jesseth; you’re gonna die.So yeah, that’s Gail, seen here and here Jesseth’s there too in that one.So yeah, they’re running away.

Hey, it’s those minor characters that decided they wanted a story! Well, the kid at least. Sorry Jesseth; you’re gonna die.
So yeah, that’s Gail, seen here and here Jesseth’s there too in that one.

So yeah, they’re running away.

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A picture I drew at Pizza Express. Mmm, pizza! Annika and Pedro aren’t as happy as me though. It’s just a picture of the two of them in different places at the same time just wondering how they’re going to deal with all the shit that’s going down.

A picture I drew at Pizza Express. Mmm, pizza! Annika and Pedro aren’t as happy as me though. It’s just a picture of the two of them in different places at the same time just wondering how they’re going to deal with all the shit that’s going down.

When I doodled this I wrote ‘challenge accepted’ above it. Exactly what the challenge is is unknown for now but Annika isn’t taking any of your crap. I pretty much drew this because I realised Annika is the sort of person who’d use that phrase.

Underneath a random picture I drew of Opal looking disapproving. It’s probably something Annika’s done. That kid.

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Obviously, even if you haven’t seen it, you’ll know about Disney’s Frozen. (Great film. Loved it.) And Elsa with her ice powers :) Some people have imagined what it would be like if Elsa had had fire powers instead, and I thought one day, when it was raining very hard, “What about an Elsa with water powers?” So I wrote a Let It Go parody with water lyrics called Let It Flow. You might already have heard it. Sorry about my squeaky voice XD So here’s a picture of what Water Elsa might look like (it’s sort of based on one of the edited images I used in the video). I really enjoyed designing the dress :D

Obviously, even if you haven’t seen it, you’ll know about Disney’s Frozen. (Great film. Loved it.) And Elsa with her ice powers :) Some people have imagined what it would be like if Elsa had had fire powers instead, and I thought one day, when it was raining very hard, “What about an Elsa with water powers?” So I wrote a Let It Go parody with water lyrics called Let It Flow. You might already have heard it. Sorry about my squeaky voice XD So here’s a picture of what Water Elsa might look like (it’s sort of based on one of the edited images I used in the video). I really enjoyed designing the dress :D

Opal delivers some unwelcome news. Well, somebody had to tell him why his wife hasn’t come home. And there aren’t many other people left to do it.Jeez, again with the fancy nightwear, Pedro.

Opal delivers some unwelcome news. Well, somebody had to tell him why his wife hasn’t come home. And there aren’t many other people left to do it.

Jeez, again with the fancy nightwear, Pedro.

Annika’s first meeting with Pedro and Quinn. Obviously it’s fine to invite complete strangers home with you without even asking your dad. Excellent example for kids, Annika. Gold star.I changed the design of Pedro’s blue shirt because Pedro is not allowed to have any clothes that aren’t fancy.

Annika’s first meeting with Pedro and Quinn. Obviously it’s fine to invite complete strangers home with you without even asking your dad. Excellent example for kids, Annika. Gold star.

I changed the design of Pedro’s blue shirt because Pedro is not allowed to have any clothes that aren’t fancy.

Opal and Annika have become to used to this kind of crap and Pedro feels like the only sane man.I hope they don’t really die. That would suck.

Opal and Annika have become to used to this kind of crap and Pedro feels like the only sane man.

I hope they don’t really die. That would suck.