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Everpresent

Everpresent

by Livin4thelamb
Kidnapped on her wedding day, a young woman is replaced with a lookalike assassin who is tasked to eliminate her fiancé, the prince. The real bride pulls from newfound magic in order to save the kingdom.
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Everpresent

Kidnapped on her wedding day, a young woman is replaced with a lookalike assassin who is tasked to eliminate her fiancé, the prince. The real bride pulls from newfound magic in order to save the kingdom.
Updates MONDAYS.

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These two are adorable! I sense great things in Agraria's future with them on the throne. (Also I think I want Selina's dress now.)
And I love all the different angles and points of view on this page. It feels very cinematic.
@RG2Cents: I would imagine it's silver or some kind of white gold. :-)
D'awwwwwwwwwwww <3
I feel like that final HIS is in bold!
What is the metal the crown is made of? Looks like something higher than gold.
A good sense of humor bodes well for a marriage! 🥰
@Brother Parvus: Nothing like an embarrassed grimace XD Thanks!
I love how shiney the crown looks!
Brother Parvus
Selina's expression in panel 2 is priceless.
It's nice to see them able to laugh with the pain. The top-down shot is also a nice change of view.
See Page 064 for a refresher!
@Alex M: Thank you! And great question. He was coronated by the same Church Father who married them. As for Selina, yes she does. Next page will have more details.
I love all the bright colors in this page! Also Selina's dress. :) The flashback scene in black and gray is nice too. Out of curiosity, who's placing the crown? (Also, does Selina have a crown?)
@MJ Neal: Yes, I always thought old castles and structures would have been so much easier to build with modern technology (or a dragon) :-) And yeah, I've always written Richard and Silas to be close, so it's hard to see him without his dad.
I agree with Becky! You may be one of the first fantasy author I've read to delve into the full range of a dragon's useful features (besides burning and battling and all that ; )

I imagine that Silas was pretty close to his dad, especially after having lost his mother so young. That probably makes this loss so much harder to bear.
Ah, the practical applications of dragons. I love it! I also enjoy all the detail on this page. From Selina's residual dragon-magic, to the fresh scar on Silas' cheek.

Finally, the stylistic art of the final panel is wonderful. A coronation is usually joyful, but the somber colors reveal Silas' true feelings about the event.
Since Selina couldn't lift anything heavy before, discovering all the practical applications of her dragon powers would be fun.
I should probably try drawing something other than a stick or stick figures only at some point (of stuff on my computer) or at least draw more in general
RockyDrago
June 10th, 2019
@Rateus: Thank you :3
Rateus
June 10th, 2019
Amazing work Rocky! Puts my scribblings to shame :-)