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Emma May Richardson

"Reject and Curse" by Emma May Richardson

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Name: Reject
Gender: Male
Species: Wizard (pictured - dog form)
Personality: Mentally and emotionally unstable, Reject is cynical and a glass-is-half-empty sorta guy, he's cold and distrusting of everyone, he prefers to be alone, and is generally hated by most - this doesn't bother him as he's never really desired friends or to be liked by others. He's prone to mood swings, and has a very violent temper. He does however, have a sense of humour, and is quite capable of laughing at himself, admitting to making mistakes, and apologising to people (though he generally doesn't mean it).
Info: Reject is a wizard, NOT a dog! He has a human, lynx, snake, and crow form, but prefers to stay in the form of a dog (as seen here). He is incredibly powerful, meaning that unlike many other wizards, he is able to perform magic even in a non-human form.
His familiar is a rat, named Curse, who stays with him most of the time - she's one of the few things Reject cares for other than himself.
The name "Reject" is self-given, nobody knows his real name is (nobody alive anyway). He sees it as fitting, because he never knew his family, and has always felt 'rejected'.
Theme song: The Bird and the Worm by The Used

Reject is one of the few characters I have that means as much to me as Trik does, infact, he may even mean more to me - I'd rather not explain why - and it kills me that I can't draw and use him as much as I'd like......

Sorry for all the writing, if you read all that, you may have a virtual cookie.

Reject and curse (c) to  me
Art (c) to me
Design (c) to me

9 Aug 2011:-) Rachel White
So, do I get another cookie, since this is Elfwood and not DA?

:-) Emma May Richardson replies: "Yeah *sends you another cookie*"
9 Aug 2011:-) Morgan Alec Cove
First of all, let me say that the hair is the best part! Second, that is one wicked tail design. And I have that necklace too, I got one just like it for my birthday, except mine is acid green.
I think he’s my favorite character of yours.

:-) Emma May Richardson replies: "Thanks 2 I’m glad you like him.
Wow, I wish I had a neckalce like that."
9 Aug 2011:-) Shelz Keast
Well at least the mod gets a virtual cookie. Or should do.

I know it’s a bit stylised but I still think that his legs are very thin. Also the ankle joints should be more angular. The smooth curve looks very odd.

:-) Emma May Richardson replies: "Right, yeah, you’re probably right, but I’m not gonna change this, I’m too lazy."
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'Reject and Curse':
 • Created by: :-) Emma May Richardson
 • Copyright: ©Emma May Richardson. All rights reserved!

 • Keywords: Character, Dog, Scene, Emo, Wizard, Magical, Rat, Reference, Shapeshifter
 • Categories: Normal Animals (Cats, horses, fish, etc), Wizards, Priests, Druids, Sorcerers..., Self made up Fantasy/SciFi Animals
 • Techniques: Pencil/Graphite Pen, Photoshop
 • Submitted: 2011-07-31 21:24:58
 • Views: 609
 • Resolution: 1600x1213

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