“I’ve given everyone I know a good reason to go.
I was surprised you stuck around long enough to figure out
I got nothing left inside of my chest but it’s all alright…”

Now I would say, flats and gradients are where my backgrounds and colors shine. I finished up all my concept work, so I’m practicing doing some scenes.

Song: All Alright by FUN

Skull-Kidz! © ValeriaM
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On Unobservant Characters

Anonymous asked: “Could I ask for advice about writing an unobservant character? All the characters I write are really observant people. I’m trying to write more variable characters, so I was curious if you have any advice for writing characters who aren’t that great at reading body language or miss things?”

A first person narrator by default is sort of asking to be an observer of the story. Whether they are particularly observant people or not is another thing up for debate, but they will likely still tell the story with enough detail that the reader won’t feel like they’re missing out. If they aren’t naturally observant though, likely they’ll become an unreliable narrator. 

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