The series is now closing off it's second year - admittedly with a hiccup of over two months in there. I'm also away from the computer for a bit to start July, so Sunday updates will be a bit different. I'll be taking the opportunity to showcase some character artwork that I commissioned.
Today: PARA (Quadratic)
|WATERCOLOUR BY MICHELLE SIMPSON|
Commissioned at ConBravo in July 2012. The Con is back again for late July 2013! I recommend looking for Michelle if she's back. This is a great picture, which I've used more than once over on my other (non-fiction) blog. This marked the first time I asked someone else to draw one of my characters.
|SKETCH BY LINDSAY PRIOR|
Commissioned at Anime North in May 2013. She's sort of staring into your soul, in a thoughtful way. The hair is nice too, in the way it has those curved lines. Impressive what you can do with black and white.
My only regret is that I didn't provide a picture of Para with her bunny ears up. Because while she fits better into a page when they're down, her depression can't help but be maximized that way.
TRIVIA NOTE: All polynomial functions have a y-intercept. Similarly, when in standard form, all the polynomial girls have a bow somewhere on their outfit which represents that mathematical aspect. The only exception is when Lyn (the line) goes standard form - and loses her bow.