Holly Cashmere
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Holly Cashmere

Author Comments

Welp, I didn't actually have an original concept of Arlo and Enzo's mom, but I'm still naming it a "re-concept". Although, I still had her character and bio for months. As I kept doing these concepts, I kept wanting to bump up the quality for each one. This one has full line art, shading, filters, and is 1080p. This means.....I think I'll need to go back and give the rest of my existing characters the treatment over the next coming weeks...... UGH :P . I still have a lot of these to go, but here's #6, Holly Cashmere.

BIO (for now):

As some say opposites attract, Holly marrying Abram Cashmere was unusual to say the least. She’s the peacekeeper in any situation, although she's no pushover. She works mainly as a waitress, and is even a volunteer nurse for the military. Holly met Abram during a violent conflict in her home village, where the military came to intervene. Abram ended up saving Holly’s life, in which a relationship began to form. Abram’s goals of securing peace and ending the war were close, as Holly was helping him develop a peace treaty. Unfortunately, it was cut short when he was killed, and the treaty ended up getting scrapped because of it. There was suspicion in his death, but an official investigation was never done. She has resented the military ever since. Holly’s life continued as she raised her two sons with the support of Archer, a family friend.

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Apr 17, 2014 | 7:17 PM EDT
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