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Diana_HND loves comics , RPG games, good music and the occasional good books - so much so that absorbing them all has filled her the need to have a story of her own.

What initially began as merely weekly prompts soon became a feasible, yet small comic series that is "The Walrus, the Guppy Fish & the Dragon". The main goal is for this comic to be simple, to ensure it's entirely achieveable, while juggling the day job and (hopefully) a bigger comic series.

Heroes Never Die is due for a rewrite. The comics you see there now will eventually be removed - but until she has a decent enough story and some solid pages.

You can also check her other art stuff in her DA account;
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@Tinyhammer: Sometimes I think there's actually a lot more jobs she can do besides the above... ^^;
@Tinyhammer: I'm sure the money involved isn't that substantial. I hope.
P.S.: No worries, hope life's been treating you well.
Ee-u-ee is still insistent to try to talk to her boss to help out our heroes.
Ming Yu was initially embarassed to be seen as someone loaded with too many part-time jobs, but Ee-u-ee is impressed that she can pull it all off.
Ya know, being able to do -that many- jobs, it does say a lot about Ming Yu here...
Oh noes, they've been detected by the cheerful mermaid!
Why didn't Ming Yu just buy a ticket? Well, either the show got sold out, or... it's way more expensive than what she paid the dude. ><;
Subpar?! Not a nice thing to say while still in an appreciative crowd!

Man, this page took a whole freakin' day. I must admit that I spent some time watching some synchronized swimming performances. I have to say, it take a whole lot of skill, practice and timing to pull it off - the timing of the moves with the music is something this comic, sadly, cannot show.

Some of my favourite synchronized swimming dances:

About that pole dance scene, that was inspired by a performance I saw when I went for a holiday. The guy dancer was in mid-air, holding his whole body weight with just his arm tightly against the pole. That's some serious strength!
Disguise fail - Because there's really no other way to describe it.

Also, hey! Surprise grayscale colour! The comic's gonna get some splash of gray going forward. 83
Ming Yu is still .... shell-shocked.
@Tinyhammer: Them friggin' successful mermaids can -afford- to pay it all, that's why. xD
Smitten speechless.

Also, hey! It's MerMay this month, lol.
@Tinyhammer: And bonus points to mermaid chick for finding scallops for everybody. x3
Shoujo effects, assemble!
@Guest: Somebody has to uphold the law, even if it's on freelance basis!
@Tinyhammer: Initially they were supposed to be just as conceited, but the minute they got drawn, somehow they just decided to have a mind of their own. xD;
It was supposed to be Iuee, but the big 'I' looked like an L, so I went with Ee-u-ee.
@Tinyhammer: I was definitely going for the super-annoying effect with her, lol.
@WiispNightmare: Sure leaves a bad taste in the mouth, yegh. xD;
@Tinyhammer: Oh wow, heya Tinyhammer! 8D Thanks for reading the whole thing, will try my best in the next pages! ;)