Sabella Fire-Soul and Bryn Aiden Blaire comics. For some reason I never snanned the second one, that's why it looks so shitty.
Out of all the character relationships I've created over the years, Sabella and Bryn probably have my favourite dynamic. My Disaster-Platonic-Soulmates <3
And in case anyone can't read the dialogue:
Sabella: "You! You're the one that's been doing this!"
Bryn: I was really looking forward to that movie. Do you think we could go tomorrow?"
Bryn: "Disconnect you stupid bastard!!"
Sabella, on the phone: "You're still connected Bryn."
Bryn: *incoherent cursing*
Sabella: "Still connected..."
Bryn, singing: "Silver bells, Silver bells..."
Sabella, continuing to sing: "It's Christmas time in the city..."
First panel, second page:
Bryn: "My name's Bryn, if you were wondering."
Sabella: "I wasn't."
Bryn: "My name is Bryn Blaire, but everyone thinks it's Bryan Blaine."
Sabella: "Ooo, sounds frustrating."
Bryn: "How am I supposed to go anywhere with you when you refuse to dress up?"
Sabella: "We're not going to a five-star restaurant, Bryn, we're going to a bar."
Bryn: "Hi Sabella!"
Sabella: "RUN YOU IDIOT!"
I don't think I ever posted this anywhere--probably because I don't think it turned out very well--but here is a drawing I originally started for Inktober last year of my druid, Zel. I ended up getting bored of the ink and attempted to shade it. The shading turned out...Meh. I don't think there's enough contrast, so it just looks really flat. I probably should have colored it.
I got inspired by the fairy dress one of my sims was wearing and starting drawing a dress!!! This looks nothing like the fairy dress, because I just did my own original thing (by pulling some more inspiration from victorian gowns and bats and vampires). After I drew the dress I drew a person too! And coloured some of it!!
I can see some imperfections now that it's done, but that's what learning is all about! Seeing the imperfections and improving them!
Tabitha aka Tabby Final
Sorry for the Tabby Spam, but again I'm not.
Image Description: a ink an marker drawing of a heavy set cat-woman who is dressed in a button up shirt, pinstripe pants, and a red tie and belt. Her skin is pale pink, and her tail and hair are the same stripped brown.