escha&logy

Greetings ^^
Finaly I had a day free from the hellish period that I am in and I was able to finish the first peace for the celebration for my follower!
The character Escha Malier was requested by @gustmusicfan, hope you like her and thank you for the request!

The next day probably I will post the second and last drawing for the celebration, thank you again for the support ^^

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The playable characters of Atelier Escha & Logy: Alchemists of the Dusk Sky

Since this is what I am currently playing (got it Tuesday), enjoy some of the beautiful art. I didn’t edit / resize / touch these at all, so they are in their natural glory.

Atelier has such beautiful art. They are very laid back games but I keep playing them game after game. 

In this game, you can choose to be either of the first two characters - Escha or Logy. I chose Escha for my first playthrough. 

There will also be three DLC characters.

Giant squid hanging over Rev. Moses Harvey’s bathtub

The squid that “attacked” the reverend and his companion in their dory was on the smaller end of how large adult giant squids (Architeuthis dux) can be, but was still massive. The mantle (body) of the squid is largely removed in this photograph; only the beak and tentacles remain.

In the late 1800s, an unusually large number of giant squid strandings occurred in Newfoundland and New Zealand. This may have been due to a change in the abyssal waters in those areas, or an increased population simply showing up more often, since sperm whales (their primary predators) were nearly hunted to extinction.

After this “attack” (more likely the flailing tentacles of a dying squid happening to hook onto a boat), Rev. Harvey, already keenly studying the natural history of St. John’s, Newfoundland, found ways to discern some of the habits and behaviors of giant squid, despite not being able to directly observe live specimens. It was through his published accounts that many naturalists in Britain and North America became acquainted with one of the giants of the deep sea.

Logy bay giant squid - 1873” from Wikipedia.en.