Why does Wednesday always follow after Tuesday?

Nekochan here because NoMoshing is playing Lufia and the Fortress of Doom.

A belated Happy New Year! It’s a bit late but I drew a little something for family and friends for the holiday season and wanted it share it with all of you as well!

(Yeah, it’s totally D’arcy. Trying to get a photo of her sleeping as a reference was totally a chore, she kept waking up and then staring at me)

I’ve been a busy Neko so far this year. I finished character reference sheets for two lovely ladies – Evanie and Elaiya. Evanie is actually a second attempt after the first one failed to properly evoke the right level of Evanie-ness. While Elaiya has sprite already and all, her reference sheet will help with the CGs and when her dialog/menu portraits get overhauled.

I’ve also begun work on one of the as-of-yet unintroduced harem ladies – the shopkeeper of Westcastle. I’m liking how much free reign I’m getting on her design – I even got to make a proposal for her name! The discord peeps have already heard about this one since NoMoshing has been running my name suggestions over with them and refining it from there. I’m excited to see how it will turn out!

I’m not sure what character I’ll take on after though, I’m personally leaning towards one that still needs a sprite. I’d love to try the Southport maid because I’m super excited to see what Yuko would do with the sprite but I’m sure if you, our loving audience has any thoughts on where I should focus my efforts, NoMoshing is more than happy to hear them.

Speaking of getting your thoughts out to NoMoshing – this Sunday (the 21st) will be the Devstream for backers from 3pm to 6pm (EST). As usual the first hour will be him playing Quest for Glory while the rest of the time will be dedicated to (maybe) getting some work done. Really depends of the temperament of the chat. If you’re backer and available, he’d love to see you there!

Aside from blatant promotion of husband and drawing reference art of pretty ladies, I have been finding some time to play games (mostly when I sick with the flu at the tail end of 2017…). I’ve focused all my time on the re-release of Tokyo Xanadu because I’m a sucker for Falcom games now (*cough*still need to finish Trails of Cold Steel 2*cough*). I’ve been really enjoying it because I love how rich the world is and how almost every person has a name and a story. The combat system is a bit meh since I prefer my RPGs turn-based but I’m getting by (mostly by grinding for high level orbs and buying shit tons of healing potions). Rion is my waifu in case you are curious.

Anyway, don’t want to ramble too much about my fandoms so I’ll think I’ll leave things here – have a great rest of the week!

5 Replies to “Why does Wednesday always follow after Tuesday?”

  1. I’ve got a small comment about Elaiyas picture:
    The way the holsters sit right now would be good for modern handguns, but drawing a long handgun (like the muzzleloaders the in-game sprites show) is pretty awkward. Also, if her guns are a medieval style, the pommels are going to bump everywhere.
    If you want her to look more realistic, I’d suggest to move the holsters down to the middle of her thighs (About two inches if she was real).
    Sorry if I come across as annoying – this kind of stuff is kind of a pet peeve for me.

    1. We’ll keep that in mind for the future. I don’t know how much impact it’ll have (the holsters don’t appear on her sprite and she wears pants so she’ll probably not be wearing them in any sex scenes….) but good information to have nonetheless.

  2. please let the dungeon be usable whenever we want it rather then to just have them as useless space after capturing the four girls! also if is there gonna be a werewolf harem girl in the future? and is it possible to defeat the Guardian of the girls dorms in Southport University?

    1. As to the guardian of the girl dorm, thats a good question, Ive dosed it with over 20k dmg, it did not heal once and was still going on.

      Dungeon and four girls, which one is that ?

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