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ABOUT ME...
Feb 14 | Male | USA
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Multi-Fandom | Digital Artist
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Hail, traveler! Call me Evayo or Eva-whatever-you-want. I like movies, anime, video games, and food. I also draw stuff and make gifs sometimes.
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evayoart:

Just some Pan love for Valentine’s Day~ <3

evayoart:

Just some Pan love for Valentine’s Day~ <3

Anonymous said:

Is that pendant Pan is wearing meant to be the all seeing eye?

It is partly based on that concept, yes. However in the context of the 9verse it’s also the symbol found in the movie on the cover of the ‘Annuls of Peracelsus’, albeit flipped upside-down (on purpose).

Anonymous said:

Wait how does Pan wear glasses if she's a stitchpunk? Sorry fi this has been asked before but I never knew she had them or that stitchpunks even needed them

Haha, it’s alright~! c: I don’t remember if this has been asked before either, so I’ll do my best.

Anyways, it’s difficult to tell from the outside, but Pan’s optic lenses are in fact slightly deformed. It’s a widely shared belief among stitchpunks that following their final augmentations, certain physical features become sacrosanct and therefore irreplaceable; this most commonly applies to hands and feet, but many see optics as equally sacred (“the eyes are the windows to the soul”, that sort of thing). So stitchpunks with lens deformations like Pan often get secondary lenses to correct their poor eyesight. They come in many shapes and sizes but Pan’s, which clip onto the rims of her optics, are perhaps most like what you’d call traditional glasses.

evayoblog:

Infinite 9 - ‘Legacy’

As cute and silly as Pan can be, I enjoy drawing her a little more serious-faced. There’s a lot more to her than you at first realize, both in character and story.

I’m also trying out a new signature… uvu;

I just realized I forgot to draw her glasses again uggh

Infinite 9 - ‘Legacy’

As cute and silly as Pan can be, I enjoy drawing her a little more serious-faced. There’s a lot more to her than you at first realize, both in character and story.

I’m also trying out a new signature… uvu;


Infinite 9 | Untitled [DEMO]

by Evayo

Album: Infinite 9 | Part 2: "Promethea"

130 plays

So I wasn’t really planning to make anything out of this one, I was just sort of messing around in Fruity Loops when I think I accidentally hit the Mass Effect button and ended up with this sequence??

Seriously it sounds like it came right out of Mass Effect

Mysterious fact of the day: As titles go, Infinite 9 is unquestionably significant and evocative. However, it’s not a reference to the character Infinity at all.

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Infinite 9 | Atmosphere [DEMO]

by Evayo

Album: Infinite 9 | Part 3: "Ascension"

90 plays

Alternate Title: “Beyond”

Another seedling of a theme I came up with for a specific, pivotal moment in the Infinite 9 trilogy. The finished version will probably be much longer and sound a lot better, but I wanted to make at least a small something to write to. Mind your ears. ;P

What are the other ones called?

I don’t have names for all of them, in fact I’m not even sure of the exact number of colonies that exist at this point. But I can name one of particular interest; The Phantom Clan. You already know a certain character who belongs to them… well, maybe I should say that they belong to her, but that’s besides the point. >v>

Speaking of ‘Infinite 9’…

It’s kind of dumb that the colony is just called ‘the colony’ when it’s clearly not the only one out in the Emptiness. That was a bit of an oversight on my part.

Therefore, to avoid further confusion, they will now be officially referred to as the colony of Outpour.


Infinite 9 | Dissymmetry [DEMO]

by Evayo

Album: Infinite 9 | Phase 1: "Revival"

359 plays

Alternate title: “Pan’s Theme”

Man… It’s been so long since I’ve tried to make decent original music. Infinite 9’s musical style is constantly changing to better fit the themes of the story—lately it’s become quite a bit more electronic, like a merger of the short film’s score and the feature’s. It’s a difficult balance to get right, and I’m not entirely confident this is the best example, but I love the way it sounds regardless.


Infinite 9 | Dissymmetry [DEMO]

by Evayo

Album: Infinite 9 | Phase 1: "Revival"

359 plays

Alternate title: “Pan’s Theme”

Man… It’s been so long since I’ve tried to make decent original music. Infinite 9’s musical style is constantly changing to better fit the themes of the story—lately it’s become quite a bit more electronic, like a merger of the short film’s score and the feature’s. It’s a difficult balance to get right, and I’m not entirely confident this is the best example, but I love the way it sounds regardless.

evayoblog:

Infinite 9 - Style & Color Tests

Infinite 9 is such a horrendously slow production, which is partly due to the fact that my imagination far exceeds my talent. So much of the process of making it has been in figuring out how to accurately portray the look and feel of this world and its characters based on what I see in my head — because as it happens, my mind likes to work far more with visuals rather than writing.

Because of that, the art style has changed drastically, and this is just one of several tests I’ve done in nailing it down. I like to think of it as if Mamoru Hosoda (of The Girl Who Leapt Through Time and Summer Wars fame) directed a post-apocalyptic stitchpunk western. :P

Reblogging for the day crowd~

(via neurorabbit)

Infinite 9 - Style & Color Tests

Infinite 9 is such a horrendously slow production, which is partly due to the fact that my imagination far exceeds my talent. So much of the process of making it has been in figuring out how to accurately portray the look and feel of this world and its characters based on what I see in my head — because as it happens, my mind likes to work far more with visuals rather than writing.

Because of that, the art style has changed drastically, and this is just one of several tests I’ve done in nailing it down. I like to think of it as if Mamoru Hosoda (of The Girl Who Leapt Through Time and Summer Wars fame) directed a post-apocalyptic stitchpunk western. :P