Nanami Cowdroy

by | Illustration

Nanami Cowdroy

by | May 14, 2009 | Illustration

(Weekly Story Theme: Romance) Nanami Cowdroy tented her fingers together and twiddled her thumbs. Her legs were crossed tightly, and she was sunk far down into a huge comfortable couch with a pillow stuck between her arms and her chest. As if to remain balanced on a fulcrum, her date sat at the opposite end of the sofa. Nanami clicked the remote, and the T.V. image shrunk to blackness, and the only sound left in the room was the gurgle of a large tropical fish tank that stood behind the couch. As Nanami scooted in closer to her date, so he scooted closer to her, maintaining that tricky balance. The kissing Gouramis fluttered around in the tank and pressed their lips together, as Nanami Cowdroy and her date did the same. Ever since that first kiss, Nanami Cowdroy has been inspired by exotic fish in her art.

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