Noemi is yet another one of Romeo’s housemates, and the one we’ve seen very little for now. This is because she has a reputation of being cold and being studying all the time so well, she’s usually in her room, reading.
Moonbeam Honesty is another of Romeo’s housemates. She is a very passionate woman, who thinks society should be fair and equal and is ready to fight and tell everyone about the unfairness we suffer today. She also happens to do many of those protests chained to doors and sometimes even without clothes.
First thing you need to know about Luisa: She is an absolute loyal friend and if you hurt those she likes, you will be in a lot of pain.
Now, unlike Juliet, Julian here is not a spoiler character for Gradients. It’s just that so far he has only appeared on the Friday Patreon’s strips. He’s the very first friend that Romeo made at College, before he even knew about the house where he’s living now.
I have to apologize a little since well, due to a mixup with my calendar, Juliet has yet to appear in Gradients. So technically… this is a bit of a spoiler. But she’s coming soon, so… I will try to keep everything a bit vague. You will like her, I swear.
Given that the Gradients gang is both in college and they all live together, it’s quite easy for them to institute a gaming night. And given Xolotl’s love for pop culture, of course one night they would end up playing rol. Following that logic, I had to draw them as the D&D classes because it’s fun!
Good ol’ Henry. He obviously gets the H because of his name, but he’s also hard working, and honest to a fault. He’s one of the house inhabitants at Gradients, where he sometimes takes the role of the straight man to the other’s more obvious quirky personalities. He loves sports and is in Mexico studying to become an Architect.
Ah, good ol’ Aria. I mentioned in my previous post that I would be doing more illustrations projects. I started this last year, but I couldn’t show it until now. I’m working on an alphabet series with all my characters, with some extra details that I hope you appreciate.
So here’s A, Aria, with an Azalea for the letter because Azaeleas mean Patience and Fragility (I know, I know, not very Aria-like) but are also the symbol for women in China so… Aria.
As the year begins, I thought I’d give you a run down of what I am working on, comic – wise (the other projects, that are illustration only, will come later I think)
Visit the Gradients Ugly Holiday Sweater Party and decide who wins!