Reflecting on the past or looking towards the future.
My OC, Reysol, a little bit older. ;3; Hard to explain but...like...its supposed to be either his older self reflecting on his younger self, or his younger self envisioning his older self. If that makes sense. eve Though I can't confirm or deny wether or not this version of older Reysol is canon. Because I'm a troll
;__; Just a doodle. Haven't been shading with pencil nearly as much as I use to, which is kind of weird thinking about because I use to enjoy it so much... I guess drawing this character that i've had forever and using pencil again is like reflecting on my own past. e_e Whoa inception.
..;3; I miss drawing adults~ As much as I adore my young characters, I need more older characters too! Err... well I mean more "mature" characters at least. xD
xD You mean like, who is canon in the story or are you asking what the term canon means?
If you are asking what the term means, from Urban Dictionary: "Another word for official. Used quite often in fan fiction to differentiate between the official storyline in which the fan fiction is based on." So when someone uses the term "canon" they are referring to the official storyline/etc. given by the author/creator.
HixateezFeatured By OwnerFeb 21, 2013Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Such an interesting concept... I'm most intrigued, however, by the hood with a symbol on it... Makes me think of a monk. I also think you've drawn Reysol's hair in such a cool way in this picture! One really can't tell if it's till long and just tied or if it's shorter and falls behind his neck as a neat swirl... So cool! But I agree with ~DeaCat31, his neck is so long! And thin! An adult man would have a thicker neck, even a little bit, though I know it's not necesarily your style.
And oh my goodness gracious, the colors are so lovely There is a lot of white but that hint of blue and gray/black makes it look very enchanting And I like the swirling white light effect! It creates great contrast.
xD It means official in the context of "true to the storyline". Something that is canon is something that the author/creator confirms as being true. Non-canon would be anything unconfirmed by the creator. For example, fan-made characters of a series (Like, a fan-made Pokemon for example) are non-canon, as are fan pairings or "shippings" because they do not exist in the official work. So me saying that this version of Reysol is not confirmed or denied as being canon means that it may or may not be an actual part of the storyline. xD Hope that helps!
RedFlameWolfFeatured By OwnerFeb 20, 2013Hobbyist General Artist
40s ago muahahaha. But wow, this work of art definitely is amazing and the colors makes me feel so happy and sad at the same time I have no idea how to describe but great job. And yes, please make him canon