There’s been a small clamor for story art for Tsumiko and the Enslaved Fox, so I’ve been working behind the scenes with FoxOfTwilight to create a series of cast portraits. We’ll start with the main characters, and over the weeks ahead, we’ll add to the collection. Beginning with the title character—Tsumiko Hajime.
A member of the educational community at Saint Midori’s of the Heavenly Lights, where she grew up, Tsumiko has been working on her undergraduate degree while assisting the sisters with the younger students living on campus. I’d describe her as calm, intelligent, and … diminutive. ::twinkle::
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Tsumiko Hajime was everything one might expect from a big-city schoolgirl. Even her uniform remained intact—pleated skirt, wide collar, and a drooping cardigan stitched with a school logo. Argent muttered, “Is she twelve?”
Michael made a soft noise of protest. “She may be petite, but she’s a woman of twenty.”
“And still in middle school? She must be backward.”
“Not unless she makes me.”
—Tsumiko and the Enslaved Fox (Amaranthine Saga, #1)
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And hey, if you have doodles, sketches, or scenes underway, I’d love to see. (And share your art here on the blog.) Email me or drop a link in a comment! Looking for more? Use the Art: Cast Portraits tag.
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