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COMM- No Need to Hide by Verve-Soliloquy COMM- No Need to Hide by Verve-Soliloquy
Whew! Done! This was a commission for the lovely :icondethhkat:, featuring a sort of scene from her stories "Out of Darkness" and "Staring at the Sun." Staring is a sequel to Darkness, and I highly suggest you read them both!!

I won't spoil the entire plot for you, but suffice it to say Charles is having a problem. With a lot of things. And, oddly enough, Nathan is the only one that can grasp the gravity of what's going on. It angers him and depresses him all at the same time. And Charles...well...coping is something that comes naturally to the man, but this time, it's a bit of an uphill battle.

This was so much fun to work on. I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it! Enjoy!

-Sam
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GreenBlessed Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2014
I have Read these stories,and they are Great! Please do more! maybe we can Talk and share stories?
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Verve-Soliloquy Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2014  Professional General Artist
Of course!! I plan to do more, when I can!
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Midnight-Fistfight Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2014   Digital Artist
I love this! Did you take an art class or something, or are you just self-taught?
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Verve-Soliloquy Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2014  Professional General Artist
Hey, thank you! Well, it's a long story, so I'll keep it as short as possible. Self-taught, externally cultivated. I've been drawing since I could hold a crayon. It started as the standard little kid drawings. I would color in coloring books with my grandma and draw originals with my dad. He taught me a lot of skills early on, like perspective drawing and architectural drawing. From then on, I devoured books and tutorials on how to draw, and just did so all the time. I got lucky with access to an awesome art class in elementary school- best of its kind in the area. Moved on to a sort of art-oriented museum-partnership school that was supposed to have a very strong art program- what a joke. All the art was extracurricular and was not even teaching anything. It was basically a babysitting service. I continued to refine on my own, until high school, when I attended a vocational school for Graphic Communications, and once again, had access to a brilliant art class. The rest, especially drawing people in both realistic and cartoon styles- was taught by myself to myself, and by one of my best friends. So- it's a lot of both! And I never stop practicing!
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Midnight-Fistfight Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2014   Digital Artist
That's amazing, you're so lucky!
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Verve-Soliloquy Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2014  Professional General Artist
I'm pretty blessed!
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DethhKat Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2014
Also, I love the tiny detail of Nathan's nail polish (on his thumb) not being perfect!
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Verve-Soliloquy Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2014  Professional General Artist
I'm glad you picked up on that! I feel like he might be a nail biter in times of sadness.
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DethhKat Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2014
The tiny details are amazing.  I look at it all the time... it's just stunning and heartbreaking at the same time... but with a glimmer of hope... :)
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DethhKat Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2014
P.S.  "No Need To Hide"... the title kind of gives me chills!  The essence of how Nathan feels about Charles and what he's going through...  (summed up wonderfully in the image too, of course!) 
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