Haggar is an absolute animal lover (a twist love mind you) especially for the ones that are deemed horrible in some way, and will use the excuse of ‘scientific research’ to patch up ones that have been terribly injured with augments that not only restore them to their full potential but makes them even better. The animals she rescues know that they would have died with out her and adore her, made all the easier due to her spoiling them rotten.
“The legs, so delicately shaped, balanced a
body wrought of finest ivory. And as
he moved, his coat shone like reflected moonlight.
High on his forehead rose the magic horn, the sign
of his uniqueness: a tower held upright
by his alert, yet gentle, timid gait.” - Rainer Maria Rilke
(Late) Weekly Sketch/Doodle Post #4 - Spring Break!
Or mostly Spring Break
Anyway, drew some horses and stuff for school, than on my way home back to SF I warmed up with some space kids (and some rando girl) and started just a little personal thing which I’m still finishing up some digital coloring on.
I’ll post my actual stuff from this week later…tho there isn’t much from this actual week.
James Baxter, of all characters, gets a backstory! The horse’s legendary status came from the humble beginnings of mispronouncing “games bookstore,” yet this hero who brings smiles and laughter has deep fatigue and depression problems from creating only what people expect of him for so long. After Finn stabs James with a giant syringe of respect, he regains the ability to create for himself. (Sadly, Raggedy Princess remains without an uplifting resolution.)