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Sunrise Blossom

Sunrise Blossom

by ninaqueenbee
This is the story of Ivy, a young harpy who, during her stay with a human woman named Violet, blooms into a woman, while facing various challenges along the way.
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Sunrise Blossom

This is the story of Ivy, a young harpy who, during her stay with a human woman named Violet, blooms into a woman, while facing various challenges along the way.

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Toxicodendron
6 hours ago
I don't know what it is about this, but it is so great
ninaqueenbee
February 13th, 2019
@Toxicodendron: Turns into half-cat and can turn full cat if he wants to, has (kinda secretly) a taste for birds and mice :p
Toxicodendron
February 12th, 2019
Wait, he's that kind of cat person?
ninaqueenbee
January 24th, 2019
@Toxicodendron: That would be funny, but alas it's the real "Jonathan" (the one Yeong-Hee and Violet meant). Since the story is still beginning, I'm still introducing the characters and can't really skip the chance of introducing someone as major to the plot as Jon :p
Toxicodendron
January 24th, 2019
Waiting for that to be a different guy named Jonathan, because why not add a tiny bit of whatever that's called
NuutGirl
January 22nd, 2019
Well I'm so happy he is't! :D <3
ninaqueenbee
January 21st, 2019
@NuutGirl: Marco is actually modelled after my irl boss from my summer job, and I guess that he does "look" sleazy... Though he's incredibly nice and almost fatherly (both the real person to me and the character to Violet). I might actually play with the "boss looks sleazy and I trick the audience into believing he is until it is revealed he actually had the best intentions" gig

Thanks for the idea!
NuutGirl
January 21st, 2019
Urgh, Marco seems sleazy. :D I love your comic! <3
ninaqueenbee
January 14th, 2019
@Toxicodendron: absolutely >:)
Toxicodendron
January 14th, 2019
Is Ivy secretly the devil, cause that's the sort of thing he would do
ninaqueenbee
January 10th, 2019
@kidcthulhu: Nope, extraspecies are kinda secret, mainly because there are both dangerous fetishists as well as religious fanatics who believe they're satanic beings... That will be explored later on!
kidcthulhu
January 9th, 2019
This is priceless!

I guess not everyone knows about the harpies, huh?
Toxicodendron
January 5th, 2019
They're going to both wake up to a surprise.
ninaqueenbee
January 1st, 2019
@kidcthulhu: you're so kind <3
kidcthulhu
January 1st, 2019
@ninaqueenbee: No need to apologize; comics this good are worth the wait ^_~
ninaqueenbee
January 1st, 2019
Sorry I'm a day late, didn't have laptop with me last night
ninaqueenbee
December 28th, 2018
Sorry about the small hiatus! I'm back!
Toxicodendron
December 16th, 2018
@ninaqueenbee: seems like there was a slight misunderstanding, I meant that when I was listening to the song the beginning of Ogni sounded like ah, and in the comic that was the timing of when she screamed ("AAAA...HHHH").
The video has "Video unavailable" for some reason.
Also, I am somewhat jealous of your biliguallity.
ninaqueenbee
December 16th, 2018
@Toxicodendron: The "a" in front of "conquistare" means that "conquistare" (to conquer) was the goal in the sentence. "fischia il vento" is a song that Italian partisan revolutionaries would sing during the rebellion years against the fascist party in the period between Mussolini's rise to power and world War 2. Here's a link to the song, the actual singing part starts at about 2:57 - HTTPS://YOUTU.BE/E9V71OACKYI

This character (Violet Falchetti) is half Italian and speaks the language fluently, so slips of her singing in her mothertongue or forgetting words in English and saying them in Italian hoping the person she's speaking with understands is something we may see often with her (and being bilingual myself I'm sure I make this bilinguality of hers authentic)
Toxicodendron
December 15th, 2018
@ninaqueenbee: Because of thinking I might know at least a little of what the song translates to (il vento to maybe il vient (french) to he came or comes) I'm going to try and translate it. First Google Translate, then WordReference. Oh, and then seeing if I can find the actual song with translation that would account for idioms and stuff.
GT:The wind whistles and the storm is screaming (first thing wrong vento to vent not vient)
Actually I'll just search for the actual song and leave a link to that page: https://lyricstranslate.com/en/traditional-folk-song-fischia-il-vento-lyrics.html Seems she said ah at the beginning of ogni at the right time, was that intentional?