A World in Progress
Even amongst the struggle of staying at home with every distraction ever, my little world has seemed to thrive.
The concept image showing what the beaches on Kakama Island would look like. A barrier reef biles away, and stunning turquoise water that laps against the white sands. Here was can see a child and his mother frolicing about on the beach.
The volcano at the heart of this island is what keeps it alive, and thriving. Despite the destruction in brings, the residents celebrate the loss by welcoming the new that will be born from the ashes.
As there is no light pollution, stars illuminate the sky from beyond what we can comprehend. It is dark, but the moon and the stars provide all the light you need. These rocks have a spectacular view tonight.
Here's the sketch and here is the finished result. I didn't like how the sketch was turning out, so I want ahead and completely scrapped it and went with a new pose entirely. This mare here does not have a name, however she'd be the player character's friend who finds them at the beginning and teaches them how to navigate the world that they live in. She's kind, bubbly, and always there to help.
Someway, somehow, she's the only sentient cervine on the island! Why or how this came to be is completely unknown, and if Luma knows, well she's not going to tell you. Luma is elusive and if you meet her, it may be the only time you do. Sassy, sarcastic, and overall easily annoyed, Luma often avoids interaction. Despite this, she seems to have been blessed with finding and selling magical wares. Does this have something to do with her being sentient? Who knows! However something mystical is going on with her.
I don't know why I thought it would be a good idea to switch my domain to Wix, I hate this. I paid for this and I can't even customize as I wish for some reason. Oh well. Since I'm tired of using this laggy interface, I'm shoving everything else into this one section.
This is a project I've had essentially ongoing since 2018, though it took a decent hiatus. Despite that, I had a lot of information I already had to work with, and it was easy to just got from there.