Orlando Rodriguez

I don't usually do much writing. I used to when I was younger and more inspired, but i guess I kind of grew out of that when I stopped doing weed O_o When I do write, it usually takes me a while to do it, and if I don't write at the exact moment I'm inspired, I won't write at all, so, as you can imagine, I don't get much done in the library area very fast. Narcissus is my only recent work available right now; I'm slowly progressing on one about my character Rhodelle that's a little longer. I don't usually do short stories. Narcissus is an excellent exception; definetly one of my personal favorites. My art is centered mainly on drawing rather than writing. If you get a chance, I encourage you to check out my elfwood and DA galleries.

Kaal Crystal (Pt. 2)

The second part of an incomplete collaborative story between myself and my sister, Shanda, who did the parts of Dalessi and D'nyao. This was written when I was 14, so bear with me. I'm considering starting over from the beginning and doing all the parts over by myself, since Shanda has officially given up on it.

Kaal Crystal (Pt. 1)

The first part of an incomplete collaborative story between myself and my sister, Shanda, who did the parts of Dalessi and D'nyao. This was written when I was 14, so bear with me. I'm considering starting over from the beginning and doing all the parts over by myself, since Shanda has officially given up on it.

Narcissus

Is she a psychological nutcase…or is there really someone trapped behind the confines of the reflective glass? I, myself, don’t completely understand the entire connotation of this story; it is based entirely on a picture I’ve tried (and failed) to complete on two different occasions. To keep things to a simple summary, a young girl falls in love with the voice that speaks to her from her massive, antique bedroom mirror. The mirror, then, tells her that to free it from the confines of the gold and glass, she must sacrifice the person of flesh and blood to whom she is closest. It is unknown whether the entity in the mirror is (a) evil or virtuous (b) real, or a figment of the girl’s vanity or (c) male or female; those are things for the reader to decide for themselves.