|Me and lighting is an exercise in learning to run before learning to walk (but that's how I do everything anyway). xD|
There is a sun burning on his brows, etched into his skin. The burned skin is raw and red, and the smooth skin around it swollen, shiny.
Wrong, he thinks. And then: I should be angry.
But that, too, it a mere observation.
I got Damir feels, so here’s a leetle snippet from shortly after Damir was made Tranquil (after living most fo his life terrified of and LOUDLY objecting to the Rite).
Damir Anangar is part of Eirien Travelyan's canon, but I'm also playing a kind of a what-if playthrough with him. ^u^ It's been great so far.
This… was meant to be like a mirror image but then it’s NOT a mirror image, so, uh, imagine you’re looking at him from the OTHER side of the mirror?
[Tumblr] Do not repost. ^^
30 Day Drawing Challenge - Day 16: Favorite weapon
Canon-wise it was a toss-up between Cold-blooded and Freedom’s Promise, but I think I’m just sliightly more fond of Cold-blooded because it speaks to my ice-loving heart. ^^ Cold-blooded can be bough in the Wounded Coast in Dragon Age 2.
Aaand my OTHER favorite is not even canonical so I’m honkin my own horn here for a bit, but I AM ridiculously fond of my Hawke’s Shepherd’s Crook, which is my own creation.
Jay’s Crook was discreetly commissioned for him through the Mages’ Collective by Malcolm. Thought its appearance mimics that of wood, it is actually made of metal, and quite heavy, which is both useful and appropriate for a shepherd’s tool. It had subtly engraved runes under the wrapping and along the shaft’s wood-grain pattern that make it especially suitable for force magic and ice - both of which Jay showed an aptitude for quite early on.
The staff looks unassuming, and the lack of a blade makes it look unsuitable for an offensive style, but in truth is a very forceful tool, and very much meant for both attack and defence, and should all else fail, Jay can always justsmack people with it.
The staff was designed to look like a commonplace thing that any shepherd might have - half for utility, and half as a joke Jay has always found exceedingly funny (much to Carver’s dismay).