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    Dark and Sinister Afternoon

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    Sinister Afternoon

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    Dark and Sinister Afternoon

    Post by Sinister Afternoon on 22nd June 2017, 2:04 am

    Name: Dark and Sinister Afternoon
    Nickname: Dasa
    Gender: Female
    Age: 4
    Birthday: May 10th
    Sexuality: Asexual
    Special Characteristics: Dasa, despite whatever form she may take, is ultimately just a glorified painting. She was originally painted by a peculiar wizard that made it a habit to make sure his creations literally came to life. He made Dasa's painting a very dreary one, gave the person in the picture (Dasa herself) a nightmarish appearance, and gave it the title Dark and Sinister Afternoon since it apparently summed up the picture accurately. Dasa eventually broke the ultimate taboo and left her picture frame to traverse in the real world.

    Things to consider with a being made completely of paint is the fact that Dasa has no organs, no bloodstream, nor any bodily system whatsoever. In fact, the only reason Dasa is even sentient in the first place is not because of any inherent bodily capabilities but rather because of the strange life-inducing magic of the person who painted her.

    Personality: Contrary to the sinister appearance of her true form, Dasa actually exemplifies joy and merriment. Under the guise of her human form, one can almost always find her with a smile plastered on her face. One might even say she fulfills the trope of a naive teenage girl with no understanding of how the world works. This, however, does not legitimately answer the source of Dasa's happiness; she does not find any cheeriness in bliss ignorance or in an over-optimistic mindset but rather in an ambition to make the world artistic and therefore more beautiful. What she considers 'art,' though, is rather unorthodox but a driving force in her happy disposition. She firmly believes that true art is literal happiness and its physical manifestations. These manifestations are pretty basic, including but not limited to smiles, rows of flowery gardens, and a bright and beautiful sun.

    Perceiving the world through personified paint gives one a unique view of the world. Concepts such as time and risk are out of reach from the grasp of Dasa's mind because these things do not affect her at all. She neither ages nor changes with time's progression and therefore has no reason to lament or think about it. The same applies to the risks she takes since she cannot experience suffering of the body. That means she cannot feel pain or witness the scarring of her own flesh and that makes for creature ignorant (or free, as some would say) of her own mortality. All the things Dasa cannot observe in practice on herself are almost uncountable and she acts like it. An observant mind will notice the slight disconnect Dasa displays in her social interactions when, at times, she queerly shows she has trouble understanding the plights facing someone in front of her.

    Dasa does not consider herself a violent person. She finds pointless violence to be contrary to the nature of true art after all. When she is inevitably place in the way of danger, however, Dasa is no pacifist. She is sure to pursue a malicious course of action (while wearing a smile) should it be the only sensible thing to do in the face of something that damages her "concept of art"; that is, an action that could be considered ugly, such as desecrating something cheerful or committing theft. Despite this, she is much calmer under the pains of combat than what a normal person would be. This optimism in battle can be attributed to her own natural cheeriness, a mock feeling of invincibility with her unorthodox physiology, and a humble desire to make and keep things happier. In keeping with this idea of making things happier, Dasa is usually one to bestow mercy and leniency upon those she bests in combat.

    Few have ever heard of a painting so rebellious that it would leave its picture frame before they meet Dasa. A vagabond at heart, she presents a real challenge for any fool who would try to give her commands. She is someone who cannot comprehend the importance of a power hierarchy and therefore respect for leadership does not come naturally to her. The only direct path earning her loyalty and willingness to fight for another cause is if that person provides a mantle for art that in someway inspires her to act.

    Likes:

    • Art; Dasa considers anything that has become 'art' to be at the pinnacle of its existence.
    • Cheeriness; Expressions, people, and objects that demonstrate joy or happiness of some kind are considered by Dasa to possess the quality that makes something art.
    • Warm Colors; As a living painting, Dasa naturally associates warm colors with nice and wonderful things.

    Dislikes:

    • Ugliness; Whether it be an ugly act or an ugly face, ugliness is perceived as a sign of corruption by Dasa.
    • Abstract Art; Call it a personal preference.
    • Subjective Standards; Dasa is of the impression that there is a solid, objective standard for what makes art good. Subjectivity has no place in her mindset.

    Motivations:

    • A Beautiful World; Dasa views the world as one big painting, one that can be made beautiful by making it happier and warm.
    • Complete Transformation; It is Dasa's hope that she can change completely, in mind and body, from the dark persona she was originally painted as.
    • Redemption; Dasa seeks a way to redeem her horrid actions against other living paintings in her earlier years.

    Fears:

    • An Ugly World; A world where no beauty can physically manifest would be one like Hell for Dasa.
    • Dark Colors; Dasa finds dark olors to be the most disgusting colors since they often represent dreariness (and therefore her idea of ugliness).
    • Water; Water and living paintings don't mix well.


    General Appearance

    Height: True Form - 6' | Human Form - 5'4"
    Weight: Weight: True Form - 200 lb | Human Form - 124 lb
    Hair: True Form - No Hair | Human Form - Long, Red, Braided Pigtails
    Eyes: True Form - Pitch Black | Human Form - Gray with Gold Rings
    Skin Tone: True Form - Literally Black | Human Form - Light
    Appearance: Being made of paint makes it relatively easy to shift one's form, but Dasa possesses two primary forms she prefers to switch between. The first of these two forms was her original form, the one she was originally painted as—a giant black mass with an uncountable number of white faces protruding from the mass. The faces all have functioning eyes, though their mouths do not move when Dasa speaks. Lacking any limbs, Dasa must pull herself across the ground in this form while shifting the position of her faces to prevent them from dragging against the surface. If someone were to touch Dasa—whether it be the black mass of her body or one of the white faces—he or she would feel cool paint (with some of the paint sticking to whatever touches Dasa). In auditory terms, Dasa's voice sounds somewhat masculine but is very dark and low in tone in this form.


    The second form is much more human, taking on the form of a young girl. At a glance, Dasa appears to be a regular person. She walks like a regular human, talks like a regular human, and can apparently do almost anything one would expect a regular human to be capable of doing. This form is her much preferred one, believing her other form to be too 'dark' to be considered art. Just like her true form, this human form feels like cool paint and even leaves behind a little paint on whoever touches her.


    No matter the form, Dasa is just a mass of paint in the end. This trait shows in some given circumstances. When she walks, for instance, she leaves behind a subtle (less subtle in her true form) trail of paint. Even more alarming is the quirky reaction her body has toward water; her body will slowly dissolve in rain or while submerged in water until she is subdued as a puddle of thinned paint.

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    Re: Dark and Sinister Afternoon

    Post by Salrynn on 25th June 2017, 6:04 am

    Approved ^^!


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