A Song at the World's End


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A pen and Crayola marker drawing that I did over the course of yesterday, for the indie game still in development hell, Song of the Firefly.

While there are two soundtrack artists, I've been tasking myself with doing lyrical songs for this game. Nightfall (the link to which I'll post at the bottom of the description) is one of them. I have been hoping to start on this soon, even in my very unsettled state, but we have to wait and see on that front...

So, to focus my thoughts and help me find inspiration, I drew myself, in Mio/Homura dress, in the same fashion that @Hoeloe draws his characters for Song of the Firefly, albeit with a few minor imperfections. Hopefully, gazing upon this, I can collect my thoughts and finish up old songs, come up with new ones, and do my bit to make Song of the Firefly a magical experience all around.


Link to Nightfall, so you might get the atmosphere of this drawing and hopefully, this compilation of lyrical songs:


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Song of the Firefly, eh? Well, can't wait to see the game.

I really love the work you did here! Hopefully they'll consider this piece as concept art for the game.

Troisnyx responds:

It'll all depend on @Hoeloe; I'm just doing it out of enthusiasm / trying to get all the support I can, for this project and for us.

Beautiful :D
Still waiting for the game

Troisnyx responds:

So am I.

From what I hear, the developers are not only self-funding themselves, but they're also aiming to raise money from smaller projects to fund SOTF. They've got a card game in the works called Tarochi, which I know is coming along quite well. Hopefully, that'll help them along the way.

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Jan 13, 2018
3:45 PM EST
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