Want me to go all in on a pairing? Just make one a dark-haired, morally ambiguous warrior woman who started fighting at an early age and tries to block out her emotions and the other an idealistic, non-combat-specialized blonde who encourages her to feel again only to get drawn into her world of violence and death. Because apparently I still have a type.
I DREW THESE BACK IN JUNE AND I’M JUST POSTING THEM NOOOW wHAT THE HEEELLLL
ok so this is a fantasy au thing i’ve had in my head for MONTHS now
pretty much it takes place in this world that’s a cross between typical medieval fantasy and steampunk. i don’t have much of a story for the characters??? i have ONE idea that maybe actual magic is dying out (lil being one of the only magic-users left) and they have some new form of artificial magic, but anyway
if we’re talkin classes like this is an rpg or somethin, sock is a thief, jonny-boi’s a warrior, lil’s a mage and jojo’s an archer tl;dr i’m gonna draw zack soon yAAAAY
i wanted to do a quick doodle of canon space lesbians but when i looked at refs i finally realized how complicated their clothes were, and then it downhill from there. i just wanted a quick, cute doodle but noooo i had to put at least 5 mins of effort into this :/
Eliza (or Beth as Phryne knew her before) is Phryne’s younger sister. She’s four or five years younger than Phryne and first appears in The Castlemaine Murders.
She’s described as being four inches taller than Phryne, large-boned and blonde, with bright blue eyes. She takes after their ‘big, florid father’ rather than Phryne who takes after their 'thin, dark mother’. Later in the book Phryne mentions they also have a younger brother Thos who goes to Eton. A previous book had Phryne referring to her mother and sisters plural back in England, but this one only mentions Eliza and Thos. But that could be explained away in context if their other sister is already married. Anyway, I totally love that Phryne has more siblings in the books, including a younger sister who died of diphtheria in Collingwood one winter, presumably the inspiration for the whole Janey arc in the show.