Originally, I was going to whip up another pic featuring some of the teen characters of Rain again. But then I said to myself, "You know, I don't show Fara nearly enough love outside the comic itself. Why don't I doodle something with her?" ^_^
Vincent got thrown in too for good measure, as I decided to revolve the piece around their relationship back then, rather than their current status. It's a little bittersweet perhaps, but something I've actually wanted to draw for a while anyway.
Not much else to add, but I hope you like it. ^_^
It's so beautiful <(0w0)>
They are adorable together.
So basically, you're creating fan art of your own comic?
I think when the creator makes it, it's called "official art". ;P
@LittleLynn84: I think the reason this is so cute is that we kinda know the whole story to this picture, we haven't been told exactly what's going on but we can tell or assume from the hair styles and whatnot everything we need to know.
Even if the art itself isn't the best.
Even with all the nitpicks I have about your art or story, [no way so many types of LGBT peeps in one place and all friends] it's the story that I've been reading this for. It's good, you done good, have a gold star. :D
@Aimay, I beg to differ.
I am friends with 4+ ftm people, one gender fluid person, an agender person, some other trans individual (not sure of their identity tbh), and a mtf person. We all go to the same school.
Ontop of that, I am friends with various asexuals, pansexuals, bisexuals, lesbians, and gays.
@Guest: You're almost definitely the exception that proves the rule, either that or schools have changed since I went.
They do make a cute couple ^_^
@Aimay: Bull. We're a lot more common than you think. In my group of friends at college (ie what Americans call high school) there were at least 7 LGBTQ+ people, although only a few were out at the time. And most of my friends and acquaintances now are LGBTQ+.
What you call a nitpick with "no way" of happening is actually based on my personal experience, and is kind of the point of the story. According to the testimonies of a number of readers (besides those who already replied), it's a more common scenario than a lot of people realize. It seems pretty common for people of this sort to just kinda gravitate towards one another. Like people just tend to find each other. Maybe it's not a guarantee for everyone (which is unfortunate), but just because it doesn't always happen, that doesn't mean it's unrealistic.
The only reason I think it seems like a lot to some, is because it's these characters in the foreground (in the grand scheme of things, I would argue there's actually a rather small number of queer characters in the story). But given the story revolves around themes of and pertaining to gender identity and sexual/romantic orientation, I don't think it should be so surprising that the main cast illustrates [what is actually a small fraction of] the diversity of these.
Are you just teasing us Fara×Vincent shippers? :)
I'm glad Vincent has lost the cap though. I understand why it's there, but it doesn't look good on him.
So many feelings!