I'm Nina, 21 years old and an illustrator and character designer in the making. My blog contains many fandom posts, things that are nostalgic to me, sweets, games, books, comics and other very random things that catch my fancy.
Be prepared for art (sometimes NSFW, but I tag it as that), photos, fanfictions and of course some personal posts. <3
Enjoy your stay! :3
(Gender: Non-Binary) (Pronouns: she/they)
I’ll be offline for a few days, maybe a few weeks. We’ll see about that.
Currently, I’m not a good person to be around. Mainly of my untreated depression… or what the hell it is. So I’ll withdraw myself from the internet for a while. You can catch me on Skype, (wuselig_privat) but I’m only talking to a few selected people anyway. If I don’t answer you, it’s either because I’m sleeping, working or really am not in a mindset to properly talk to anyone. I do get your messages though.
So… it’s goodbye for now. And I’ll leave this little drawing of a throneroom I’d like to have.
Hi Lewis, I have a question about protagonists in comics. I'm currently working on sci fi action comic for my diploma in illustration at university, but some people keep telling me, that my protagonist wouldn't work as the lead character. She is a 28years old scientist who is a bit chubby. And her being chubby seems to be the problem. They can't see her being a hero like Batman or one of the X-Men. Do you think I should listen to these people? Or do you think she'll work out as the protagonist?
If they can’t accept her weight, ask if they can’t accept normal people because of their weight, or anyone else in history who accomplished things because of their weights, or if they actually know what they’re talking about in regards to body weight and performing any kind of acrobatic feats? Because people of all shapes and sizes are able to do friggin’ back-flips.
I just showed them your reply and I think it convinced them that their statement on the matter was completely wrong.