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Thought I'd post this here as it seems NG works well with really tall images haha. It's a comic I made in 2015 which basically has become the thing I'm the most known for (in terms of people reposting it everywhere). She's a fairy called Erylia and I literally just had the image in my head of a fairy sitting on a cookie and then I had to fill in the rest with some loose story elements hehe. I have some more art and comics of her that I could share as well!

Check out this gallery to see all the Erylia art I've done so far! https://www.deviantart.com/mleth/gallery/59898968/Erylia-aka-Cookie-Fairy

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This is great.

Aww, very cute looking comic here mate, looks great. Excellent looking designs here and love the no text and just building the story with just actions. Very well done here mate.

This is just adorable.

MLeth responds:

Thank you!

Please tell me that there's more!

MLeth responds:

There is! You can check out the link I added to the description for all the Erylia art I've done so far!

This is absolutely adorable!

MLeth responds:

Thank you!

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MLeth
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Score
4.79 / 5.00

Uploaded
Apr 29, 2018
5:26 AM EDT
Category
Illustration
File Info
924 x 9440 px
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8 MB

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