<January 14, 2003>
- The Elderly Scholar, not being nearly as active, decided that he would stay in camp, and try to earn something about Asheru's people. He would sit and talk with the young adults, and kids who did their chores in camp, and they were happy to talk with him, and share gossip, and learn of the outside world. It added some interest to their otherwise routine chores. Pencil on paper. Scott A. H. Ruggels. 1 / 2003
- Regardless of Magnus' initialrudeness, the Humans were wlelcomed into the camp of Asheru's tribe. The Young lord was invited to go out hunting for meat to bring back for the feast. He took the invitation gladly. Lupine senses coupled with Human missile weapons, made for the makings of a bountiful feast. Pencil on Paper. Scott A. H. Ruggels. 1 / 2003
- However, for Magnus it wasa different story. Alpha Mother told the children to playwith Magnus, andshow him how to have fun. The children found his air of dignity an irresistable target. They would play around him, hang off of him, pul onhis cloak, or tail, and various other distractions. Magnus endured it, fora while, but his temper was only so long, and eventually they drove him into a rage... Pencil on paper. Scott A. H. Ruggels 1 / 2003.
- ..and if Magnus looked like he would lose his temper and strike one of the youngsters, there were always a few adults and subadults around to remind him of his manners with a cough or a stare. Eventually Magnus would spend time away from the camp except for meals and sleeping, spending as little time as he could amongst the Tribe. pencil on paper. Scott A. H. Ruggels 1 / 2003
- More costumey Mana-inspired fun.
- Experimenting with fur shading.
- This here is my buddy Tibek... as a non-anthro cute thing! Drawn just to spite her. :) Ah, the next business meeting will bring much malice, I'm sure. Tibek © herself, colored in photoshop.
- Ever have one of those nights when you're kinda punchy and you want to draw something, but you just got nothin'? You know you should go read or sleep or something, but instead you lift the pencil one more time and somehow, out comes a badger with a yo-yo. Yes, this is how I amuse myself in the evenings. It's not deathless art, but it kept me amused for an hour or two.