OpenCanvas, Adobe PhotoShop, Wacom tablet. Alternative title: Dragon's child/ Dragon-child. Background of the title:
The man called Rodhaka is not Dita's actual father (That would be Viryakara), but in some ways, Rodhaka is more a father than his real/biological father is. An endlessly stubborn, arrogant, rather cruel man-warrior, Rodhaka has been teaching Dita how to fight using his powers, and how to control them since he was about 9. Up until the last few years the sparrings were more like one-sided beatings. Almost killed the kid few times. Nevertheless, Rodhaka-- despite his.. personality flaws, was not without merit. He's straightforward, regal, and unfailingly honest to himself. A force of nature to be reckoned with.
Along with Viryakara and Puspapattra (Dita's aunt-- mother figure, refer to Morning Call picture, there Dita was calling her aunt back home), they left their marks, and perhaps, parts of their personalities into the 'son' they raised together (...arguably on the 'raising' part for Viryakara). From the facets of personality Dita got from Rodhaka, there's always that knife-edge, an underlying arrogance, and maybe, who knows. Maybe Rodhaka passed along the destiny he left behind. We'll see.
Akhirnya kelar-- ini udah lama sketchingnya tapi sempet stuck at one point jd ditinggalin dan ngga dikerjain. Waktu itu masih acak2 soal BG story nya Dita, dan mikirin parental figuresnya kaya' apa aja. Jadi ada 3: Viryakara Jata, Rodhaka & Puspapattra Neri. Nyokapnya sendiri (Ofelia St. Jerome) ngga gitu ada influence karena meninggal pas Dita masih kecil, jadi entah gmn (dan entah bisa dianggep berhasil ngga) dibesarin sama tiga serangkai itu. Hidup rumahannya Dita --kalo diliat outsider, mungkin agak ngaco. Sering digebukin dkk. Tapi ternyata cukup bahagia. Daku ngga tau lagi soal naga asepnya ahahahahaha #lari