After all the comics with Flora under a mask and all the pictures of "OMG boobz" and the like, I really just felt like doing a little more mellow piece. So I went through my old folders and notebooks to find the original Twokinds book, the one I wrote before I realized I had no writing ability. Well, I found it, and picked a random scene from it to draw. This was the result. For those of you interested in reading the original story, here it is. I hope it isn't too long, but please read it if you have the time. It's a rather nice scene, even if it was poorly written:
"There was a definite awkward tension that hung among the dust motes in the morning light as Trace and Flora occupied their new home for the first time. It was not as if they hadn't stayed together before- quite the opposite, they had even slept together a few times during their adventures. Never-the-less, as they ascended the porch and stepped into the front archway, both wore a slight crimson blush upon their faces. Though, lucky for Flora, it wasn't noticeable through her orange fur.
As Trace continued into the house, Flora held back just beyond the oak wood door frame, glancing around in wide-eyed wonder. "I can't believe it's all ours," she breathed in fascination, mostly to herself.
Trace, noticing the absence of a particular furry presence, stopped before a marble kitchen and looked back. His heart leapt momentarily at the sight of Flora, as it sometimes did. Although there was nothing particularly special in her simple feline figure, the combination of her casual, white dress and the almost childlike curiosity in her expression, made her seem to glow as vibrantly as the sunlight that played along the loose strands of her hair.
Sensing that she was being watched, Flora looked up to see Trace smiling back at her. She quickly looked away as a new blush began to from beneath her fur. Casting her eyes downward, she notices the claws on her toes were fully extended from her excitement, and quickly retracted them again. It would be a shame to scratch the hardwood on the first day."