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A very hastily drawn app for :iconsomnium-vallis:, because I have to leave in like, ten minutes and won't be back for a couple of days. :I Hope I'm not forgetting anything--

Name: Agrippina Yulianovna Volkov

Age: 24

Height: 5'2"

Occupation: Botanist

Personality:
Above all else, Agrippina is obsessed with toxicology--to the point where the lab/greenhouse adjacent to her house probably ought to be condemned as a dangerous biohazard. She could tell you everything there is to know about poisons, plants, and poisonous plants...but not much else. Because her research is so central to her life, she often isn't interested in talking about anything that's not related to it. In addition, she has few friends, since her love of toxicology (or rather, the way she presents her love of toxicology) tends to...unsettle most people. Oh, by the way, she likes cooking. You should come over for a late dinner, sometime. Try the mushrooms. They're delicious.

Though she's fluent in English, she retains a bit of an accent and is soft-spoken, because of it. She has a way of speaking that makes it sound as if she's fading all the time. Though she can be talkative in more intimate settings, in large groups, she tends to become a wallflower. On the rare occasion when she attends a festival, hardly anyone even notices that she's there. On rainy days, she cannot be found outside, because she has a terrible phobia of storms.

Loves:
- Poisonous Plants

Likes:
- Plants
- Seeds
- Fungi
- Honey
- Books

Dislikes:
- Caterpillars
- Aphids

Hates:
-Thunderstorms

History:
Born and raised in Moscow, Agrippina left the big city immediately after getting her master's degree (or at least, the Russian 5-year equivalent of a combined bachelor and master's degree) to pursue her research in poisonous plants. She is currently writing the definitive work (i.e. the kind of book that only a handful of professors will ever read or care about) on this island's poisonous flora. She has been living and working on the island for little over a year, and can usually be found skulking around the more wooded, less populated areas.

Additional Information:
- When working in the field, she always carries a portable radio with her, which she uses to listen to a Russian radio station, when she's not checking the weather forecast.

- Her favorite saying is, "Всё - яд, всё лекарство; то и другое определяет доза." ("Everything is poison, everything is medicine; the dosage determines the difference.") Which is a quote from the father of toxicology: Paracelsus, aka Philippus Aureolus Theophrastus Bombastus von Hohenheim. Go look him up, he was such a baller.

- She has multiple pet rats. There used to be others.
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pom987654321 Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013
almost forgot *glomps*
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pom987654321 Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013
sorry im a little late but...........WELCOME
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redleaveshavefallen Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
New Question: Her hair is in a bun, yes?
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Pillar-of-Zereshk Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013
Actually, it's in a French twist, which is one of my favorite hairstyles to draw, like whoa. B) I intend to do a ref sheet for her later, when I get back from the museum, wherewithin I will note her features and stuff in more detail~ c:

Also, thank you for the style comment; I'm flattered~ :') <3
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redleaveshavefallen Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I would rather enjoy a reference. I hope that reference will include a picture of her with her hair down because I am curious. *w*

I shall look up this 'French twist' of which you speak. Goodness I should know more about hair.

Oh course dear~
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Pillar-of-Zereshk Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013
Yesssss, it certainly will~ u v u

I'm so unnaturally obsessed with hair and clothing styles going back about 2,500 years; I have, like, three textbooks on the subject. XD ...Not that the French twist is that old, but still, it was more popular about 50 years ago-- xD
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redleaveshavefallen Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I looked it up and WOWIE that is pretty. *Q* Goodness. I will have to remember this!
I adore hair stuff, and I'm kind of a hair-stylist wannabe, except for the fact that i know absolutely nothing about it. I just love hair and how it works, even though I don't understand. And now I'm attempting to write a webcomic where the main character also loves hair styling and has no idea how to do it.
I've tried cutting my own bangs fifteengazillion times, and my mother absolutely hates it. Mostly because I've never gotten it right. |D
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Pillar-of-Zereshk Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013
It's so hard to actually do, though. :'[ When I had longer hair, I tried many, many times and came close to breaking many, many hairbrushes. :I XD

I don't tend to know a whole lot of styles past the early 60s, but if you ever want refs for anything before that, totally hit me up. B) I'm on an ancient kick right now; a while ago I did some refs for regional outfits in the first Persian empire, and fell in LOVE with the hairstyles from back then. Especially Median noblewomen, oh my god, they wound pearls into their hair and alfdjskjsogiharwjfkeldsj it's just so cool. :'I

But lol, I used to cut my bangs because I didn't want stylists messing with the rest of it-- It grew down to my hips before I finally got it cut really short. XD
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redleaveshavefallen Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh wow XD

oh wow can I just marry your style right now? QAQ since apparently I'm too young for you. geez. Let's see how you like THIS. I shall make you so jealous. Wonderful family life. picket fences.

Oh goodness! I could never have the patience. I haven't grown my hair long for years due to personal stuff, but when I did, it was always a 'rat's nest' (as my mother said), and impossible to get at with a brush. But this year I managed to grow it long, and did, but now I am so sick of it and just want my spunky short hair again. But I figure I should wait until it's donate-able length, and my hair is refusing to budge 1-inch short of the required minimum. >:I
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Pillar-of-Zereshk Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013
Sure, my style has no qualms about pedophilia-- And yo, I can't be tied down to one booty, fuck that picket fence noise; I'm too much of a player for that shit. BI /KILLED

I realized after several years that it was actually pretty useless of me to have grown out my hair, because I can't style it by myself (due to physical limitations) when it's that long, so I literally wore it in a bun every day. Every. Single. Day. WHAT WAS THE POINT I AM THE DUMBEST PERSON EVER. :iconderpplz:
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redleaveshavefallen Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
WAIT DISREGARD MY QUESTION they are colored I just looked more closely oop
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Pillar-of-Zereshk Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013
Lmao, don't worry about it, in a way you're right on both fronts: when I do the initial sketch, I shade in the eyebrows to make them appear a darker color (because I, too, love the dark-eyebrows-light-hair look B) ), but then underneath the sketch, I color them the same color as the hair. XD
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redleaveshavefallen Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Okie doke then, thanks.
Also, I apologize for adding a gazillion comments to your app, goodness XD I wish I had thought all of my thoughts before sending the first one.
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Pillar-of-Zereshk Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013
No worries~ c: I love it when people notice the little details; it makes drawing them worthwhile-- XD
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redleaveshavefallen Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Question: does she really have black eyebrows, meaning that her hair color is unnatural, or is that just how you draw? Because I really like dark-eyebrows-light-hair look ;u; Wow, I'm probably looking far too much into this, huh? Btw, I am looking more closely at this drawing, and goodness, I really like your style GEEZ LOUSIE
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Ninjacatmuffin Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Aaaah, she's adorable. ;v; I especially love her outfit and the mature look on her face! I also am intrigued at her backstory; I do hope she's able to complete the book on poisonous flora that she wants to write!

If you want, we could Rp together. O: I own the alchemist here.
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Pillar-of-Zereshk Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013
Thank you~! <3 lol, I feel like she's the type who would never finish, because she'd constantly be looking for new plants to document, thinking she hadn't yet found them all. XD

Sure! Would you like to start, or me? c:
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Ninjacatmuffin Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh my goodness, she's adorable. :'D Well, I suppose it's the journey, not the destination, that matters...right?

Either works for me
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Pillar-of-Zereshk Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013
(Before I start: does Jun run a store, or do you just go to him when you want a potion made? o: )
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Ninjacatmuffin Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
(The latter)
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Pillar-of-Zereshk Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2013
Agrippina had never seen an alchemist before. In fact, she hadn't known that such a profession still existed--which was interesting in itself, but she only cared about one thing: poisons. 

Poisons that maybe an alchemist could make that other people couldn't. She didn't know what kinds of things alchemists normally made (besides gold, but she wondered if that wasn't just a stereotype), but if there was even a chance that poison might be involved... Well, she had to know about it.

Which was why she had decided to forego her normally reclusive nature and venture into the village. It took her a while to actually find the house she was looking for, but when she did, she wasted no time in knocking on the door, excitement making her heart pound. "Hello?" She called out shyly, "This is home of alchemist?"

It never occurred to her that it may strike him as slightly suspicious for someone to come soliciting the most deadly poisons he could offer.
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Ninjacatmuffin Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Even thought Jun was at the back of his house at the time, he should still hear a faint knocking sound from his location. Intrigued, he quickly paced himself and started running towards the door, wondering who could be visiting him now. When he got to the door, he was greeted by a small redhead with a curious look in her eyes. "Hello, how can I help you?" he asked politely while signaling her to come inside.
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Pillar-of-Zereshk Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2013
"Good day," she returned his greeting quietly as she stepped inside, taking her shoes off at the door so as to not track dirt through his house.

Too shy to make small talk, she decided to get straight to her inquiry, "I heard that you make potions...and I vas interested to know: do you make some kinds of poisons?" Here, her voice lifted somewhat in excitement and hope, her eyes glinting with a strange kind of passion, "If so, I vould like very much to request that you make a poison for me, please."

Not knowing quite how the whole potion-requesting worked (How many could she ask for? And what kinds?), she decided to wait to hear what he had to say before continuing any further.
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flabebes Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013  Student General Artist
WOW WHAT A CUTIE and gosh your style is so great omg everything about it is beautiful
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Pillar-of-Zereshk Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013
Thank youuuuuuu~! c': <3 You're in the group, too, right? I'm trying to get familiar with who's who-- XD
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flabebes Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2013  Student General Artist
You're welcome! ;u; And yeah, I am~ Lmao I haven't actually finished my apps yet but they should be up soon!
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Katzekins Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013
whattacutie
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Pillar-of-Zereshk Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013
Thanks~ B)
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pom987654321 Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013
welcome and i hope you like the group and by the way "digital glomp"
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Pillar-of-Zereshk Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013
Thanks! :D
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redleaveshavefallen Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
jhdsuibcudbvcuyew YES I am happy. This is delightful. Incredibly delightful. The app is lovely, and the character is just so amusing and ahhhhhh Q7Q goodness. Happiness abounds. Also, her clothes are awesome and I want them. And that quote you included is really cool. I'll try to commit it to memory.

We should RP but I can't think of a way to start.
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Pillar-of-Zereshk Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013
Thanks! <3 Heheh, I've been dying to use that quote for something for nearly a year, now. B) XD

Totally--I'm not at my computer today, but tomorrow I can start, if you'd like. :)
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redleaveshavefallen Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
That would be lovely~ =7=
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Pillar-of-Zereshk Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013
It was such a foolish, rookie mistake. If anyone back in her department's lab had seen her do it, she'd be laughed out of the university, with her degree thrown at her on the way through the door.

She'd rubbed her eyes with the gloves on. Stupid, stupid, stupid! Why not just take some hemlock while she was at it, and save herself from the shame?

The latex she'd been collecting from the milky mangrove trees by the river was a terrible skin irritant, hence the need for gloves. And yet, having pulled an all-nighter in the lab the day before, she'd let caution slip away from her in her exhaustion and rubbed her eyes tiredly for a second before realizing that she was literally rubbing poisonous latex right into them.

Quickly stripping off the hazardous gloves, she threw them to the ground (she'd come back for them later--at the moment, they were a liability) and began sprinting back in the direction of her house, mentally picking through her selection of antidotes for the one she'd need. The latex wouldn't kill her, no, it wouldn't even seriously injure her. But it would blind her for some time. Maybe she wouldn't be able to prevent that, but she could at least stop some of what was no doubt going to be intense irritation, if not outright blistering.

Blinking away tears that came involuntarily, her eyes and the skin around them (which was surely growing red by now) seared in pain as her vision began to waver and succumb to blackness--as if she were in the process of losing consciousness. She was close to the village now, she only had to go a little further...

...And she slammed right into something. A tree, probably. It was no good, her vision was too far gone, now; she would never be able to locate the medication she needed, even if she could find her way home. Stumbling around with her arms outstretched like a zombie, she went to plan B: find the clinic. But where was it? She spent so much time outside of town that she wasn't at all familiar with its layout, even after having lived there for a year.

"Hello? Anybody?" She called out, voice wavering--she wasn't used to speaking loudly in English. "I need a doctor..." She trailed off to nearly a mumble. It would be a miracle if anyone noticed her.


(As I said to =r-eine, forgive me, I tend to write a lot in the first post. xD)
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redleaveshavefallen Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
((No dude, I love stuff like this. I usually write a whole lot as well, so it's cool. ;u; ))

Quien: Quien was, as usual. Not at the clinic. Why? Simply because, in a quite little town like this, the chances of someone getting injured past a skinned knew were slim to none. He would almost say there was no need for a clinic at all, although he knew that wasn't true; there was always the occassional accident. But he wasn't feeling much urgency, in that respect. So why not take a little break (or, for him, a very, very long one)?

It was a bit interesting, kinda. There were a lot of new people coming, just like he had only a little while before. Sometimes he would see a new face, and judge whether or not they were worth meeting. Usually, he would avoid them. Nothing but stupid townsfolk, but really, what else did he expect?

These were wisps of the things meandering through his head when a loud call broke through his thoughts. Acting on instinct, his muscles tensed and he raced in the direction of the voice, soon finding a woman who looked disoriented and panicked. He was able to identify the reason--momentary blindness--before he fully reached her. "Hey, stay there!" He leapt forward until he was at her side.

"Damn, you really did a number on yourself. Keep your eyes closed so nothing new gets in, but if you feel tears, let'em spill. I'll lead you to the clinic." He placed a firm hand on her shoulder, and started leading her, not waiting to confirm his theories; talk could be made on the way, if any was necessary.
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Pillar-of-Zereshk Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013
Suddenly, someone ordered to her stay put. She obeyed. Gladly.

Was this the doctor? She assumed so: he seemed to know what he was talking about, or at least--he knew enough to tell her what not to do. And he knew where the clinic was, thank god. (In retrospect, though, given how small the town was, you'd probably be hard-pressed to find anyone else besides her who didn't know how to get to the clinic.)

"Thank you--it's Excoecaria agallocha latex... Blindness is temporary, but I'm vorried about blisters," she explained, voice withering under the weight of her own embarrassment. Accidents happened all the time, yes, but admitting that she'd made one felt unprofessional, all the same. If she had to admit that she was a botanist (if it wasn't already obvious), she might perish of shame on the spot.
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redleaveshavefallen Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
((Crap, I tried looking it up, and the internet is perfectly fine telling me it's a milky mangrove commonly labeled 'blind-your-eye', but it has serious problems with telling me how to clean it. XD I'm guessing eye-wash station? You may have to give me some nudges and pokes in the right direction, if you know it.))

Quien: "You know your stuff. I'm guessing this isn't new to you." He noticed the accent in her voice, but obviously didn't comment--now was not the time, but he realized he had his own accent as well. "There's an eyewash station and all that at the clinic, so it should be okay." He thought for a moment. "Latex, huh... Can't remember too much about plants, but I'm pretty sure that's poisonous. Damn, I should remember more about this."

They weren't too far from the clinic in the first place, but they could have been closer. Quien didn't like not being confident when helping people--he made a mental note to figure out more about the stupid plants around here. They probably had a book about it or something.

It took maybe five minutes leading her there, but soon he was pushing open the door and carefully but quickly placing her by an eye-wash station.
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Pillar-of-Zereshk Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013
((Oh fuck me, I'm sorry, I was going to mention it, and I totally forgot to: as far as I know, there's no specific cure for milky mangrove latex. My guess is that the best you could do is use generic cures for blisters and whatnot. The eyewash station is a good idea, too; I didn't even think about that-- XD))

She simply nodded, not wanting to outright acknowledge that she was supposed to know her stuff. She noted that he had an accent, as well, though she couldn't place where it was from, not being as familiar with how other foreign accents sounded in English. Though she likewise refrained from commenting on the matter, it did make her marginally less uncomfortable. They were on somewhat equally verbal footing, at least, even if it did sound like he had a better mastery of the language than her.

"Oh, yes," she agreed happily, despite herself, "The latex of milky mangrove trees causes blisters, blindness, skin irritation... Ingested, it is a purgative and emetic. It also is used as fish and dart poison!" She seemed positively tickled by the idea.

She might have talked all day about the adverse effects of the mangrove's latex, had they not reached the clinic. She felt the rush of cold air as they entered, and groped around for the lever that activated the eyewash station. Leaning over, she allowed it to splash her in the face, washing away the worst of the burning. Straightening up (her bangs were soaked, and her makeup had surely just been wiped clean off her face), she felt around for the nearby paper towel dispenser and rubbed her face gingerly. She opened her eyes.

"Oh," her voice fell, "No good, I still haff no vision..." It would come back eventually, but she'd been hoping against hope that there'd at least be enough improvement to finish her work, for the day. At this rate, the best she could hope for was to not be nursing eyelid blisters for the rest of the week.
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nekokawai Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
I like the redheads :3
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Pillar-of-Zereshk Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013
Heheh, me, too~ B)
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r-eine Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013  Student Digital Artist
OH MY GOODNESS YOU DON'T KNOW HOW MUCH I LOVE THIS APP AAAH
Omfg no seriously she's so pretty ahhh and your art flkgjshdflk sob it's so nice looking don't say it's hasty because I like it omg
Welcome to the group yes yes yes yes yes <333

Also if you wannt rp with any of my characters you can pick from Vincent/Lilith to Witchy! ;u;
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Pillar-of-Zereshk Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013
Asfkhsjlk thank you! c': <3 When I get back home, I'll draw a ref sheet for her and maybe put some more texture or patterns in her clothing--

I'd love to~ Maybe with Witch, since Agrippina hangs out in the woods a lot? XD
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r-eine Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Oh gosh go for it! ;u;

But I'd totally love to! haha Witch is my favorite actually! <33

So do you like para or script?
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Pillar-of-Zereshk Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013
I used to do script, but now I'm more accustomed to para--so I'm fine with either. XD

Agrippina was on the hunt for doll eyes. Not the type that an ill-behaved child might pull out of his sister's favorite plastic toy, but rather, the plant Actaea pachypoda. The eyeball-like fruit that grew from its hellishly red stems caused one to go into cardiac arrest upon ingestion. The thought made her own heart thump with excitement--there was something particularly thrilling about the subtle powers of death that something as innocuous as a common plant could wield.

Creeping through parts of the forest that few cared to wander into, the only sounds besides the occasional bird's twitter were the crunching of leaves and brush beneath her Oxfords. That, and the crackling sound of the poor reception her radio received whenever she played her favorite Russian station. Every now and then, she'd absentmindedly turn the dial to check the forecast, and the static-laced sounds of outdated pop music would be interrupted by a clear, male voice, announcing that there were going to be partly cloudy skies that day.

Though the doll's eyes were her primary target, she often liked to wander around aimlessly, in the hopes that she might discover some new plant that she'd previously not known about. Sometimes it was quite late in the day before she remembered how to get back home.

Eyes fixed to the ground, she visually swept her surroundings for anything out of the ordinary...and to her surprise, she found suddenly that it was not the presence of a strange plant that was suddenly un-ordinary, but the lack of them. She thought this perhaps two seconds before banging her head into the side of a house. Crying out in pain, she stumbled back in confusion and looked around her. The lack of vegetation, it seemed, was due to the fact that the area here had been cleared slightly for a house. Her brow furrowed slightly in confusion: she'd never heard of anyone living this far outside of the village.

...Not that she was particularly familiar with who was who and where they lived. She was something of a recluse.


(Forgive me, I tend to write a lot in the first post-- xD)
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r-eine Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013  Student Digital Artist
WHOAA GIRL WHEN YOU WRITe..YOU WRIIIITE HAHAH
But no worries but I won't compare sadly ahaha.

The boiling pot was finally at a perfect temperature, but it never really mattered how hot it got..just that it was hot enough! The young Witch grasped around for the basket of ingredients which was filled to the max with items..frogs legs..spiders venom..plant roots..toads eyes..an assortment of weeds and flowers that covered the forest, sets of butterfly wings and the occasional moths.

The witchling grinned with such delight as she mixed several ingredients into her mighty pot..she wasn't even exactly sure what the ingredients were to what she was making..but she was aiming for the potion of eternal life..but so far what she had made just made flowers grow on toads backs, it made a rabbit glow and at one point, gave her a gigantic butterfly.

A sudden loud thud clammed through as she gave a quick turn..." Goddammit" She gave a huff, expecting it to be a bear or something she grabbed a broom and headed for the door " I TOLD YOU, BEAR..I AM IN NO MOOD FOR YOUR NONSENSE ONCE AGAIN " she flung open the door and walked to the side..to her surprise..a woman..it was a woman..out in the forest?! She rose a brow "..What.."
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Pillar-of-Zereshk Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013
Eheheh, in the previous rp group I was in, there was an actual rule about how many sentences you had to have in each post, and you were expected to write a lot for the first one. Which was annoying, but now I'm in the habit of doing so. < n >;;

If she were not so taken aback, she might have wondered if she were not out in some remote Siberian village, the way the homeowner immediately suspected that a bear had been the culprit. As it was, though, all she did was jump slightly when the door was flung open.

"Ahh, I'm sorry, I vas just in voods!" She explained, realizing that she was probably trespassing on private property, "I did not know...that some peoples live here..." When she took a closer look at the woman, she wondered if she'd stumbled upon the home of some kind of crazy recluse--which was quite the conclusion for Agrippina to jump to, considering that most people thought the same about her. Was that a witch hat...?
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r-eine Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Oh gosh really?? Well it's all fine c: I just won't live up to that LOL

She tilted her head...what the hell was this woman doing all the way up here?..It wasn't often..NO no one EVEr came to the Witches house "..Eh?" She tilted her head even more and listened to her accent..it was majorly different to her but whatever.. "...Wait wait wait you were in the woods?" she set down her broom against the house and walked cloer to the lady..walking around her and doing a bit of inspection "..Hmmmm" She was really skinny and rather pretty...but still off that this woman could just turn up! "..Okay okay okay hoooold it..why're you in the woods?"
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Pillar-of-Zereshk Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2013
Ain't no thang; I prefer it when people can write however much they want-- XD

She watched uncomfortably as the woman inspected her, as if she were being interrogated by the KGB. The more she looked around, the more she wondered if the mushrooms she'd had with lunch were actually hallucinogenic ones, and she was really just tripping badly right now. She could see inside the open door of the woman's house... Was that a...cauldron?

Was she supposed to be Baba Yaga's granddaughter, or something? Agrippina couldn't help but glance at the bottom of the house, half-expecting there to be chicken legs supporting it.

"I'm a botanist," she explained, "I vas looking for poisonous plants..." She pointed over her shoulder, as if there were a bunch of them right behind her.
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