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Profile: The Daelot King by Scuter Profile: The Daelot King by Scuter
Name: Darmuul Daelot III
Gender: Male
Race: Human (undead)
Age: 52
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 176 lbs
Deity: Zulissia, Mother Daelot
Affiliations: None
About: King Darmuul Daelot III was in all senses a man. He was flawed, human, and very emotional. He loved his family and did his duty to instill peace and civility in his kingdom. Those who carried the name Darmuul before him were some of the most respectable and renown names in Thuulian history, however Darmuul III did little to immortalize himself in history. In the years he ruled, he was respected for his humanity. However, treachery among the Noblemen shattered the Kings precious life and family. His wife mysteriously taken ill and passed away in her sleep, his first born son was burned alive, and all he had left was his second son, Aaron, but he too could not escape his fate. On one day, Aaron was accused of witchcraft and he was burnt at the stake. Darmuul, overwhelmed with grief, tried in vain to save him; embracing the flames, he untied his son and carried him... Aaron died and Darmuul was alone. At that moment his heart finally broke, and he too died... with his son at his hands he was ready to reunite with his family at the other side... but Darmuul awoke... alone in a forest... his family gone and his body scarred. Darmuul lost his mind and wandered aimlessly in the forests, over the years he has slowly been recovering and now realizes the beautiful kingdom he once ruled is now at the mercy of a demon. Darmuul turns to his deities for guidance, perhaps he was never meant to die, perhaps he now has the chance to earn his name and save his kingdom.
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taniah33 Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2011  Student Artist
Pfft, I'll buy it! Its all just.....BRILLIANT....just BRILLIANT MAN!
To me, the most convincing aspect of Darmuul III's anguish is through your details on his hands.
Scuter Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks. :) Since Darmuul is wearing a mask I had to pour most of his emotion in his eyes and hands.
Dapper-Rabbit Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2011   General Artist
what a great summary, what a sad story though, you have some fascinating characters, the detail is brilliant..i hate hands :stare:
Scuter Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks. And with a story like that, would you believe he isn't even the main character in the story? :D

I love drawing hands! They are very expressive and can show so much about a character.
Dapper-Rabbit Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2011   General Artist
haha really, you've got something going, :) do you write much?

oh yeah there definitely needed i just need alot of practice :stare:
Scuter Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I've been writing, not much, but before I actually never wrote anything down on my story. Since it is a long story, it won't be done for a damn long time!

Practice practice PRACTICE! When I was in high school, I would draw on my school work all the time, hands were something I drew almost all the time just so I could really nail them down. I've done quite a lot of practice with feet as well, which some people have an even harder time drawing! :D
Dapper-Rabbit Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2011   General Artist
ah not much is better than none :) , haha same, when i get a few weeks of time alone ill get mine done.

haha yeah me n Rattychic drew on our work alot :P ahh i see well you've perfected them :stare: i like feet more so than hands xD what do you practise now? im just practising bodys in general ^^;
Scuter Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Very true. So you have a story too? What is it about, if you don't mind me asking?

Practice makes perfect! And I always find it humorous to draw on my schoolwork. :) Really, you like feet more so than hands? :D Hell, most people try to avoid drawing feet altogether, in fact, some comic artists do just that! As for practice, I practice just about everything; I still draw hands, feet, faces, and try some perspective, dynamic poses, etc. I always feel like I can practice more. So I do.
Dapper-Rabbit Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2011   General Artist
yeah ^^; its a slow process, but its in the future, and the british goverment has created a massive underground city in a expanded (aquifer), all the parents and anyone over 18 goes to a war that no one in my plot knows why it happens they just know that they live in a city of teens with few adults to rule them. with Will and Lana , they each are dragged into events that happen in this new 'ideal' society , living deep underground living in unexplored areas has effects on some humans such as will who has a issue with the pressure on his ears, later he's experimented on with various drugs expected to die (but escapes) and he now has these misleading visions and memory loss. so essentially (before getting carried away) its about the way each person deals with this new situation/life without family and these new issues...sounds dumb ^^;

haha its great apart from now were actually doing a art course so were kinda doing what were meant to aha, well in real life no! but i find them far easier to draw, even though hands are way more expressive. ha with that confidence your'll go a long way :D i try to find as much time also, its the dynamic poses that i need to do !
Scuter Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It sounds as though either you aren't telling me the whole thing or this is a very fresh story... or that you may also be trying to keep particular details to yourself... Either way, interesting concept, almost like a tale of self exploration... after all, in most stories where a character is taken out of his/her element and placed in a new/different world they change for the better and learn more of themselves... which is also the basic plot of damn near every Pixar movie...
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