you can’t tell by now, I have small bias towards Alya Cesaire. Words cannot begin to describe my excitement for
Season 2 and the debut of Alya as the real Volpina. As a character, I like Alya
a lot. I dig her strong personality as well as her relationship with Marinette.
Ever since the first season I was hoping that Alya would be one of the
candidates for the Fox Miraculous so when it was revealed that she will indeed become
the real Volpina, I was totally stoked. I promised myself that I’d draw Volpina
Alya at least once before the second season starts so here is my first attempt
at painting this lovely vixen heroine.
bad for my first try. I had fun painting this portrait and paid a lot of
attention to the detail in the piece especially in the hair. Alya’s hair is
already long and luxurious, so painting dem foxy curls was cool. Definitely
pleased with how this turned out and I hope to do more future squiggle paints
of Volpina Alya. Really cannot wait for the appearance of this heroine in
this week’s miraculous squiggle painting fellow miraculers and as always, stay
tune for more star kids! Til next time! (ﾉ◕ヮ◕)ﾉ*:･ﾟ✧ ♥ More Miraculous Art by Squiggles
I’d like to see them interact more. They do look like an odd pair at first glance but I don’t doubt they would get along nicely as allies especially since they already seem to understand each other well as just acquaintances.
Alisha humorously throwing everyone off with that one-track mind of hers is just too entertaining. XD
Forever on board the bandwagon to put a shirt on Zaveid. Cuz it’s just that funny.
One thing that sets Icarus apart from other humans Apollo has known, is his utter refusal to be impressed by the gods. There is no falling to his knees with this one; no awed, worshipful gazes. He wields sarcasm well and uses it frequently.
He does not fall for their charms – or at least, Apollo has never seen any effect on him. Never. Apollo is able to make knees buckle with just one well-crafted look. He’s able to make men and women alike swoon with a single phrase. Icarus only rolls his eyes and threatens to spray the god with cold water.
It’s the same with Helios. Certainly, for all he mocks his partner/rival, Apollo can privately agree that Helios can turn on the charm when he tries. He can take all his obnoxious arrogance and turn it into a cocky, flirtatious kind of appeal, when he tries. And he is definitely trying. Trying to impress the boy with tricks, with snark and jokes and his rebellious persona, and his wild motorcycle. Icarus wavers between being politely amused and deeply annoyed.
“It was like I was in a dream too. I forgot everything. But even though I didn’t remember you—I felt your presence… and I knew that I would never be complete unless those shadows were brought into the light.”