The Beautiful Ones

Emil16-unfinished

So yes if Kiddo is the most beautiful girl in the world stands to reason her boyfriend is ‘the beautiful one’. Sad thing is Emil doesn’t think he’s beautiful or even good looking. His entire childhood his father would tell him he was ugly because of his heterochromia. In fact Emil suffered abuse for years simply because he didn’t look normal. Yeah, his dad was a jerk – he still refers to Emil as ‘a demon’.

It’s taken him a few years to realize people might actually find him attractive – compared to Darkly (who I consider very handsome) Emil falls under the category of ‘pretty boy’. He has slanted eyes, long lashes, high cheek bones and head full of silky hair. Emil in turn would say that he’s ‘too pale’ has a bump in his nose, his teeth are scary, etc. It’s not that he’s fishing for compliments he just doesn’t think he’s good looking. Poor baby.

Haven’t drawn Emil by himself in over a year so yes, this happened 🙂

For You

Luc-unfinished

Alternate title was “For Erol”. I was originally going to put Erol’s name on Luc’s guitar but this particular guitar is not the one Luc has in the comic. It’s based off a MTV unplugged performance by Prince in which he plays a purple acoustic guitar (you can still see it in my twitter feed on my main page). I DREW LUC!! If you caught the comic before I took it down for revamping this blue haired beauty is Luc Jones – Erol’s future husband He’s a secondary character in I.T. and I so rarely get the time to draw them. When I originally created Luc I knew I wanted him to be a musician with a very angelic voice and now his songs are going to be mostly about how much he loves Erol – with a bunch of dirty verses about his red haired muse. Although most people won’t realize he’s singing about another boy :)

People who actually know about guitars and music please don’t kill me – I actually have no idea about it at all. Not sure what kind of guitar he’ll actually play in the comic but I’m open to suggestions.

Still on my Prince trip – ‘For You’ was his first album