|This is undoubtedly one of my best sketches ever.|
My name is EejayLavey!
Please call me Okami, or you can follow right after my real name, Eltoni.
Pretty well known to be crazy, little, and gothic. But I reassure you that I am not like any typical girls you see out there, aka, ain't showin' off, just statin' the fact.
I'm a proud Filipino. Belonged to both Waray and Ilonggo tribes, but I mostly speak Ilonggo.
English is my first language, Filipino and Ilonggo comes second, Thai should made a part but after being in the Philippines for almost 8 years, I lost it.
I was raised in Thailand for 10 years(I quit my third grade by that time and resumed it there before spending my 4th grade in the Philippines), so, started living in the Phils in my 4th grade until I am now currently 11th grade.
My older sister said that I would have a possibility to move into Australia if I aced my grades(or make it good, for a matter, 'cuz I suck in any subjects with numbers)
My lifelong dream is to become either a fashion designer, a character designer, or an animator, but I ended up becoming an architect due to my family's decision prepared up.
Ask me anything aside from personal questions like where am I living, 'cuz that's just fucking creepy.
Tomboyish? Check. Gothic? Check. Short in height? Check. Asian? Check.
Am now living in Davao city, and enters in a university school.
"Take me or leave me
I’ll never be perfect
Believe me I’m worth it
So take me or leave me
Call it a curse or just call
Me blessed if you can't handle
My worst you ain't getting my best
Is this how Marilyn Monroe felt, felt felt, felt?
Must be how Marilyn Monroe felt, felt, felt, felt"
I haven't drawn in a while. So, let's start with something small shall we?
This is inspired after the song 'Marilyn Monroe' by Nicki Minaj. Veronica has undergone feeling insecured throughout her whole youth because of her adoptive sister Angela, being much more better than herself. Instead of letting her insecurities get into her, she decided to let go and be herself, for better and for worst. Why bother changing herself for the world when it's the world who should change their point of view?
I chose this kind of concept since I think among the four girls, Veronica's experiences is very much similar as to what most teens went through nowadays. I want to show them that they shouldn't let their insecurities get into them and be more than who they are, whether will it be bad or good, accept your strength and weaknesses. Don't remain being weak and aim for being stronger.
And yeah, I went for a different coloring technique.
The highlights on Veronica's hair are natural, she mostly inherited her father's color but the ends of her hair is almost as similar to her mother's.