I love this one. I've wanted to get more into the Etherean way of life for some time, and though this doesn't provide a great deal of insight, it isn't nothing. Leon's quite the tricky one.
Here's the last scene before I introduce Lucia. I think I screwed up on this pretty good and proper, but it wasn't at all something easy to do. Bah.
One of my older pieces by now, this guy was just a little spur-of-the-moment inspiration for Dark Phantasy. I don't know if Seung will even consider it when when writing the backtory anymore, but it doesn't really matter.
An extension of the first scene, which I am equally satisfied with. I'm just eager to get with Lucia. :)
One of my more recent pieces and perhaps my best. I have surpassed it in terms of technique and style, I believe, but the feel of it will always leave an impression with me.
Back to Lucia. I had originally planned to make this scene a combination of Lucia talking and Nubia visiting the family tomb, but I realised that there would be enough in both to split them, so that's what I did.
This is the first scene to the second revision of my novel. I am extremely happy with it, I must say. I think this particular revision is a keeper.
I wrote this in the space of four days some years ago. It's old and doesn't do my skill justice, but I simply fell in love with the concept. It's a shame I could never find the drive to continue it, even though I have wanted to on many occasions.
I'm told at once that's it's very good and that it has problems, but I think Niki put it best: the average reader won't notice the mistakes. So, okay. I'll go for that.
This is the first scene of Dark Phantasy, which is by now mostly illustrated at the web page. It wasn't originally meant for DP, so it breaks a lot of the rules of the universe that Seung set down, but Seung is also very create when it comes to bending rules, so it got in with few changes. :)
I don't like this one as much as the others. It was written some time ago by now, and isn't quite up to par.