I've had a family portrait picture - showing members from Alama and Almasi going backwards - in the making for absolutely ages. I nearly decided against it but Malta's contest was a prompt, plus Pawface was there to help lol. We would have had so many more (if not all) of the Isu Keeney characters added to this picture - especially those who are part of the same family, however had to limit it to a number. . .
The clothing isn't exactly historically accurate in some cases but it was fun :P A collab with Pawface - A Victorian Christmas!
Twas the night before Christmas. In the household of Mr Abasi Pridelander, all was decorated for the season. Kati Pridelander, Abasi's wife, sat on a sofa in the livingroom with her infant daughters, Alama and Almasi with the light of the Christmas tree candles flickering on their happy faces. Outside in the hallway, Abasi was welcoming at the door, family visiting that special Eve . . .
Emperor Obbler and Lady Safi de Stones, Kati's grandparents entered - Obbler with monocle in eye, scrutinizing the room imperiously. General Comoros Loyall Counterattack and his wife Princess Romy, Kati's parents, with her brother Takota and his Lady Sheria, with them the soldiers under Comoros' command - Captain Zeke Dark and Captain Kelele (both cousins of Kati's). Then there were Zeke's parents, Sir I and Lady Fey Dark, Fey being the daughter of Comoros' brother Imammu, who sadly, with his mate Kelly, could not make the gathering.
A little later, when all had settled down in the living room, Jua and Tamura Greenshade with their young daughters Casey and Chanda arrived, along with their aunt, Jua's sister, Lady Sakuni Greenshade.
Last but not least, came Zumaridi de Stones, Obbler and Safi's son, with his wife Olea - and they brought that invention of a lifetime, the camera!
'Capital,' Sir Obbler grunted sarcastically to his wife, eyeing their son with a critical, bemonacled eye. 'No doubt the boy will blow us into the New Year with that newfangled contraption. . . '
But there resulted a sensational family picture, taken by Fresco Gordie III the mole, who had popped by to say hello - and there were no explosions.