Tokutember may have ended a couple weeks ago, but I'm keeping it going by talking a bit about 6 more drawings I made last month.
Get ready for some candor and a bit of a ramble as I work up to saying I blew it with Sonnet 3 Decyphered. I need to find that balance and do better.
Domon and Rain looks for more clues to the Kyoji and the Dark Gundam's location. They find siblings struggling to live a life of their own choosing. How will this effect them going forward?
When I was a child, my mother’s mother told me about the day she saw the Cherubim. She and her brother were out gathering food when he stumbled across the passage beyond the way of thorns.
So I have been actively back to the blog for one week and I have some thoughts on this new experience.
Rain and Domon return to Neo-Japan as we witness a recreation of the day that changed their lives. We also learn why Domon is Neo-Japan's greatest hope for stopping the Dark Gundam.
This is a speed drawing with some commentary and explanation on the thought process that went into making my "Evolution" submission for day 25 of Tokutember.
I find it bitterly ironic that The Constitution Center is heaping accolades on collectivist authoritarians like the deadly quartet I cited above when their mentality and the policies springing from them, hurt people like the other half of the recent Liberty Medal recipients. The Constitution is designed to protect the Rights of the individual. The State has broken free of those chains a little more with each President, each conflict and each crisis.
Rain searches for Domon as he tries to break free from a frozen Russian work camp. Gundam discovers the secret of Neo-Russia's strength and grapples with their Gundam Fighter, Argo Gulskii!
Rain and Domon take a bit of a detour in Paris. Everyone is pining for something they can't quite have: Marie Louise and Domon want George De Sand's attention, while Rain and George try to stay focused on their individual missions.