At the risk of sounding a bit too fangirly, I absolutely adore everything that Gail Simone writes. From her Bongo stories to now Domino’s Hotshots, her stories are funny, sad, poignant and more often than not, end up hitting every single one of my buttons as a comic reader. She has made me love characters I used to despise, and hate and fear villains that I thought were harmless.
Robin is, at times, the embodiment of “yolo”. I blame Alex mostly, for her influence on him. Because no matter what life throws at him, Robin will always keep going forward and try to get out of whatever trouble that lands him in
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!
While I don’t have much time to play videogames, Silent Hill is one of my favorite videogame franchises of all time. It’s creepy, atmospheric, and incredibly well written
One of my new year resolutions is to try and make a small color sketch every day. I alternate between a fanart week and a week dedicated to my characters, and February’s second week was for my antropomorphic Haunted Houses
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.
Gavin is usually an eagle, but for ice cream -and other sweet desserts – he will turn human in the blink of an eye. He gets the G for his name, of course, although if you ask him it’s because he’s Good, Gallant and Great.
Phoenix got the F both because her name in spanish is spelled Fenix, and because she is one of the fastest hitters in the Traveling Seers team.
When I am not drawing, I am usually writing about Anime (you can find my articles at Honey’s Anime) which means I get to see a lot of series and sometimes, they capture my heart completely. Cells at Work! is one of those series.
Of all the Alnitak Squires, Erin has been the one with most camera time mostly because she’s the calmest one and the only one who was willing to listen to Robin instead of just attacking to see how he’d react. Which is a bit because I adore her personality, since she’s quite calm and shy unless she’s in a battle. If Erin raises her voice, then you know you’re in trouble.