hehe, this is one of my favorit caracters, Trouble. she started as a simple caracter (the little round devil thing in the corner of most of my latest drawings) in a comic me and my friend started in school. then i wanted to draw her in a human form, and then graduately made her chage styles untill the Trouble we know today... Now she stars in Gatekeeper III, one of the many stories i have buzzing around my head... But to fit the story better she has changed a bt from the original caracter... She is a crossdresser, usually wearing a top hat, long cloak and a suit, accompanied by a staff which allowes her to summon any Demon to her, Called the Demon Staff of Summoning. Her long dark brown hair is held in a waist-long braid and to hide her pupil-less purple-ish eyes she usually wears sunglasses. She is part Angel, part Demon, her parents being the Angels of Chaos and Discord. Her Demon part was originally a Hell Demon but has changed to a Shadow Demon. As most Demons she takes on the form of an Elf instead of a Human (something to do with the lack of magical essence in a human body) She is very suicidal, as many cuts is her lower arms prove she has tried many times, but the Demon's rapid healing traits and the Angelblood which make her survive longer, she is constantly unsuccesfull. Even though she is a crossdresser, she has no interest in becoming a man. Yet she does it to hide her love from Sarconda, the Gatekeeper Angel that is the main caracter thoughout the Gatekeeper Trilogy. He knows she is a woman, but doesn't know why she became a crossdresser years after they became friends. But to keep the appearance of a man (and hide her feelings for Sarconda even better) she pretty much flirts with any woman she comes in contact with, usually having a high succes rate. She is exellent in putting up a show, so you can never tell if she likes u or not, as she can act in love with someone while plotting to kill him/her out of sheer hate. Here is just a simple portrait of Trouble just makin faces and acting silly as a part of her charade. Done with ballpointed pen.