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  1. Palsa-San
    2015-08-28 16:15
    He only brought about 15 copies to the convention (though he took 60 copies of the music album), all of which sold out, there were also additional copies online that sold out, but I'm not sure how many in total were printed as of now.
    The book has since then been restocked though. ^_^
  2. Palsa-San
    2015-08-28 01:17
    Sorry, I didn't notice your comments.
    Sure, if you still want me to add it I can do that.
  3. BetoJR
    2015-08-27 08:09
    THANK YOU!!! I'll get it as soon as I manage to get home!
  4. Lost Cause
    2015-08-03 18:09
    Lost Cause
    Thank you for all the lovely pictures hun!
    Could I post them on Facebook?
  5. Palsa-San
    2015-07-18 22:52
    I thought you might like to know, I posted a sampler of the works on my DeviantArt page.
  6. Palsa-San
    2015-07-14 15:36
    The circle's name is A Reyvateil's Melody (ARM for short), I'll be credited as Palsa in the book, with a link to my DeviantART, Pixiv and Twitter pages.
    I actually named the book, it will be called: 'Astraea: Illustrations from A Reyvateil's Melody'.
    The name Astraea comes from a Greek goddess of the stars, the cover will depict two characters: Misha Arsellec Lune (in her adult form) from the Ar tonelico series, who is refereed to as a Star Singer in the game; the other will be Iris Fortner from the Atelier series, who is a reincarnation of a creation goddess; between the two, the name felt rather fitting.
  7. Palsa-San
    2015-07-13 13:59
    The one with the sword is Anna Lemouri from Mana Khemia: Alchemist of Al-revis (PS2), the one I'm working on is Eisel Weimar from Gust's Atelier series, the other three I posted earlier are from Ar tonelico: Melody of Elemia (PS2).
    The book will be sold at Comic Market in Japan this August.
  8. Urzu 7
    2015-07-13 13:22
    Urzu 7
    Hm, yeah, you might have never had Mexican food before since you live in the Philippines. Well, that day I got a burrito, which was a flour tortilla stuffed with black beans, Mexican rice (it is seasoned), with shredded beef, pico de gallo (it is similar to salsa), sour cream, and cheese. Another popular Mexican food is fajitas, which is chicken or steak cooked in a skillet with bell pepper and onion, and then served with warm flour tortilla, and you put the meat and veggies into the tortilla and then put other things on like sour cream or guacamole (a condiment made from avocados).

    There are many things sold at Mexican restaurants, but typical of Mexican food is some meat and vegetables with some tortillas and then things added like cheese, sour cream, guacamole, pico de gallo, etc.
  9. Palsa-San
    2015-07-05 17:14
    Sure, this will be included with the art book when it's finished:

    I still have a lot of work to do before it's done though.
    Here is another one that I just finished the other day:

    But I have to make some changes to the background.
  10. Urzu 7
    2015-07-05 13:38
    Urzu 7
    My brother and I, along with my parents, had hot dogs cooked on a grill, along with other American summer foods, like corn on the cob, coleslaw, and potato salad. Then, my brother and I met up with my cousin and his girlfriend who were vacationing in southern Maine, the next state over and about an hour away. We ate at a Mexican restaurant, saw a fireworks show, went to a bar, and then headed back to our homes in our state (New Hampshire). It was a very good day.

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