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The end of Aya

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#81
ruoliuming, don’t take this in bad part, but I’m sorry she wasn’t up there in unspeakable agony for a lot longer.

But I also have to say this is the best Descent from the Cross scene I’ve ever laid eyes on in crux art.
Yeah, I feel so bad for her! Seeing her there like that lifeless, yet beautiful. It's actually kinda heartbreaking.

There needs to be a follow up image of the man burying or after he has buried Aya and myself in graves next to each other. I hope he has greater success than we did, and that he is successful in finishing what we started, or else our deaths are meaningless. Please give our deaths some meaning, ok Ruo?
 

ruoliuming

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#82
Yeah, I feel so bad for her! Seeing her there like that lifeless, yet beautiful. It's actually kinda heartbreaking.

There needs to be a follow up image of the man burying or after he has buried Aya and myself in graves next to each other. I hope he has greater success than we did, and that he is successful in finishing what we started, or else our deaths are meaningless. Please give our deaths some meaning, ok Ruo?
Yes, I am already drawing two other series. One is the wheel torture that took place in France at the end of the eighteenth century. The other is the "LingChi" torture that took place in ancient China and the main character is all chosen from the 《Assassin's Creed》. When I'm done with them, I will refocus my attention on the crucifixion. Maybe it would be a good idea to draw a sequel at that time.:roflmao:
 

ruoliuming

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#83
ruoliuming, don’t take this in bad part, but I’m sorry she wasn’t up there in unspeakable agony for a lot longer.

But I also have to say this is the best Descent from the Cross scene I’ve ever laid eyes on in crux art.
I think a story without tragedy is incomplete and she has done her best and fulfilled her mission.
The drawing was inspired by Raffaello Santi's 《The Deposition》(1507).
 

phlebas

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#84
ruoliuming, don’t take this in bad part, but I’m sorry she wasn’t up there in unspeakable agony for a lot longer.

But I also have to say this is the best Descent from the Cross scene I’ve ever laid eyes on in crux art.
There are some good ones around. I had this picture in mind, posted by Cypher in 2015, so I went to compare. I'm not going to pick between them, Ruoliuming's work has a quality all of its own and this pic is definitely up there among the best

FORGIVEN-finally-ds.jpg THE END OF AYA.jpg
 

madiosi

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#85
In the story of 《Assassin's Creed: Origins》, when the Caesar was assassinated, Aya was the first to do it. But she received no reprisals and then she set up assassin organization in Rome.

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But in my story. At Caesar's funeral, Antony succeeded in uncovering Caesar was killed by an assassination. And angry Roman citizens attacked the assassins. Most of the members who participated in the assassination succeeded in escaping (The same with history). But Aya was seized by Roman citizens and handed over to Antony. He decided to crucify Aya to appease the public.

The day when Aya was crucified. A female assassin named Piper sent a letter of assistance to Aya's husband Bayek in Egypt. Then she found a good chance to kill Antony. But it was a trap and she was arrested. The next day, Aya had company.

When Bayek arrived from Egypt on the fourth day, Aya was dead. Bayek swore revenge on Antony. (I'm sorry I didn't paint Piper's end, because I added it temporarily. At that time I've already drawn the sketches of the finale. ):nusenuse:

More than a decade later, Bayek helped Octavius defeat Antony's army and assassinated Antony when he fled.

PS. Because my English is not good, I cannot write this idea as a novel, it is a pity.:shakehead:

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#94
In the story of 《Assassin's Creed: Origins》, when the Caesar was assassinated, Aya was the first to do it. But she received no reprisals and then she set up assassin organization in Rome.

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But in my story. At Caesar's funeral, Antony succeeded in uncovering Caesar was killed by an assassination. And angry Roman citizens attacked the assassins. Most of the members who participated in the assassination succeeded in escaping (The same with history). But Aya was seized by Roman citizens and handed over to Antony. He decided to crucify Aya to appease the public.

The day when Aya was crucified. A female assassin named Piper sent a letter of assistance to Aya's husband Bayek in Egypt. Then she found a good chance to kill Antony. But it was a trap and she was arrested. The next day, Aya had company.

When Bayek arrived from Egypt on the fourth day, Aya was dead. Bayek swore revenge on Antony. (I'm sorry I didn't paint Piper's end, because I added it temporarily. At that time I've already drawn the sketches of the finale. ):nusenuse:

More than a decade later, Bayek helped Octavius defeat Antony's army and assassinated Antony when he fled.

PS. Because my English is not good, I cannot write this idea as a novel, it is a pity.:shakehead:

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I liked the drawings and story very much. Also adding a touch of romance at the end was very classy and enriched the story further. :)
 
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#96
The next day...

"Is that really you, Piper? Why are you here, on the cross like me?"

"I'm sorry, AYA. After you were arrested by Anthony, I sent for the help of the egyptian assassin. And then I found a good chance to kill Anthony. But that was a trap and I failed."

PS. Yes, The lovely and poor female assassin with long hair is painted according to member Piper Marie.:roflmao:

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Somebody must have really hated these two girls. so much blood and sweat. And those two guys used rope and nails? Is this a warning or threat to someone? I really want to see more like this. Two girls dying together as soldiers who put them there pay them no attention at all.
The ropes around the waist is an interesting touch. I see that object inside them as well. Is it there in order to give them an orgasm during the pain, and the ropes there to keep them from pulling off it completely?

Such a terrible way to die, so much agony, but pleasure as well betraying themselves. The pose is a really good one that keeps them open for all two see, but these two don't look interested at all.
 

ruoliuming

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#97
Somebody must have really hated these two girls. so much blood and sweat. And those two guys used rope and nails? Is this a warning or threat to someone? I really want to see more like this. Two girls dying together as soldiers who put them there pay them no attention at all.
The ropes around the waist is an interesting touch. I see that object inside them as well. Is it there in order to give them an orgasm during the pain, and the ropes there to keep them from pulling off it completely?

Such a terrible way to die, so much agony, but pleasure as well betraying themselves. The pose is a really good one that keeps them open for all two see, but these two don't look interested at all.
The use of ropes is to fix their bodies. Because this X pose makes it difficult for them to maintain balance on the cross and it is also easy to break their hands and feet with painful struggle.

Perhaps soldiers are accustomed to this kind of scene. They nailed too many victims, so for them, it's just routine work. ≖‿≖✧
 

hammers

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#99
Drawing N. 17 of thread seems appealing. Could you please try to put her on interesting backgrounds (Arena, etc.) with entire
figure, feet nailed, etc Thanks in advance
 
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