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Might I also add that it's been a very long time since I've drawn both of these two characters? I've drawn one of them alone plenty of times, and the other only once. I thought that I'd draw them together. Yes, these are both male characters! I love them very much and I'm currently still working on typing up their story, but I do have a prologue typed up that I am convinced still needs a bit of working on... :/ Anyways...
The one on the right is Ulysses, and he's known as the Miracle child of the holy city which he rules. He's not the nicest guy in the world, and after much selfishness of his own he lost his lover after disposing the oracle Godric Hymn. After Godric blessed Ulysses' Minstrel Elliott (the one on the right) with a supposed "replacement" for Godric's position. After confidence that the power bestowed upon Elliott's "gift", Elliott heads out of the palace the first chance he gets. However this leads to many complications for Ulysses, and he fears that even his past may be catching up with him.
The prologue for this story:
The emerald minstrel prologue Ulysses stormed down the corridors of his palace and pushed his way through the guards. His silvery hair was pulled back in a long ponytail that reached his waist, with bangs that just covered his eyebrows. He came to a halt before a young man with bright green hair and pale blue eyes and narrowed his gaze. "Is there something you need me for?" the young man asked as he looked up at him and reached a hand slender and weak for him. "The oracle would like to see you, he has told me that it is an urgent matter," Ulysses said in a cold voice. The young man looked nervously at the guards that took hold of his arms and lead him down a dark
prismacolor verithin coloured pencils
Prismacolor coloured pencils
Faber Castell coloured pencils
Pilot pen for touch up
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