I know that most of you are expecting Adam but...this is Bianca, my OC for the Deus ex universe. Long text ahead
Conceptually she was inspired by the song by Perry Como - Killing me softly. I didn't plan to create any OC's but after listening to this song she just..appeared in my mind X)
Artwise she was inspired by Dita von Teese. And yep, i'm a huge vintage fashion fan so....i really want to combine vintage and cyber-renaissance it seems 😂
As for her backstory: she is a jazz singer, performing at Dvali theater and Red Queen on special occasions. Basically owes her life to Otar after an accident, that's why she's basically his "special weapon". She spies on the people he needs to, dates with people he asks to, performs in his casino and acts as visual attraction.
Personality: believes that music or any form of art is able to change people, doesn't believe that overthrowing illuminati (she knows about them) will change anything because the problem is in the people; Rational, understands that beauty is a tool, just like her music. Due to her debt has to do the things the disagrees with. Heavy smoker coz she has nothing to loose really. Not very social. Tries to act right when she can. Believes in the best of people even after some tragic events in her life. Hates violence but has to witness it.
But what is that huge thing on her neck? And why her hand (and her leg as well) are augmented? If you're interested, just let me know, and i'll expand on it further in my next pieces with her.
And yep, her voice is simmilar to Julia London
P.S I'm NOT going to ship her with anyone, she's just...her own thing
Hi everyone! I'm trying to do my part in celebrating Juneteenth in sharing information about racism in my area!
i live just north of Indiana Avenue which used to be the center of black culture in Indianapolis. it was demolished in an effort of genocide (in a destroying of a culture sort of way) by the government intentionally giving the land to Indiana University and building the interstate on top of a thriving community of massive cultural importance. The now destroyed Indiana Avenue was a huge part of early 1900s jazz culture too; it was said to rival New Orleans in the amount of important music and musician that came out of here!
unfortunately, only the Madam CJ Walker theater and a couple of small historic neighborhood streets were saved.
it's crazy that the entirety of IUPUI and the enormous hospital complex surounding are built on the destruction of black culture and livelihood
it's super f*cked up
This history of racism in Indianapolis isn't talked about or known about on just about any of the (admittedly mostly white) circles i run in. my family is from indy, i've lived here for most of my adult life, and i didn't know any of this until i went looking for it.
Please help me spread this around, i'm trying to do my part in supporting the black community in my area. And if there's something else i can do or something i'm doing wrong, let me know