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Seven's Story
Origen~ Pg 05
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Haru Bells 27th Jan 2013, 12:00 AM edit delete
I KNOW that "Seven" should be written as "Se-be-n" and in katakana, not hiragana! However, I made the decision to have it written as "Se-fu-n" because it is much more suiting to her personality! ("fu" is a softer sound than "be," and Seven is a rather soft person) I made the decision to write it in hiragana instead of katakana! It is not a mistake and does NOT need to be corrected! It was an artistic desicion! It is the same way with other characters of mine whose names should be written in katakana, such as Raine, Henry, Ian, Zant, Ami, etc!

ANYWAYS. I SUCK AT FORESHORTENING. DON'T SHOOT ME.
THANK THE STARS I DON'T HAVE TO DRAW SANSORA AND HIS GODDAMNED HEAD-WINGS FOR ANOTHER LIKE, 16 CHAPTERS!
Also, Seven has a very childish way of thinking. She's not stupid, she's just eccentric! (and maybe a little bit stupid)
But yeah. On this page, we get to see how the other Cosmos think of Seven (stupid). Also, I hate the last panel.
But not as much as I hate the original version of the last panel (I changed it because it was stupid before. In this version, he's turning to walk away. Or fly away. Or whatever the hell he does. I'm still not entirely sure if those stupid head-wings are for decoration or if they actually have a function.
Probably just decoration. But whatever, I don't care.

It's so weird re-drawing these pages, because at the point I am in the roughs, her hair is about halfway down her back (it grows longer throughout the story to show the passing of time.)

I do rather like that semi-chibi Sansora though.

(I believe that, if this were written in Japanese, Seven's lines would read something like "Nana means 'seben,' but 'nana' is not 'Sefun'" with "Sefun" being her speaking in third person, as in "'Nana' is not me." Kind of sort of a pun but not really. I don't know if Seven would be the kind of person to speak in third person, but she would definitely end most sentences in "desu")
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