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Reposting of commissioned artwork
Starting as a rookie in the Gotham PD and after 10 years as an undercover operative for the FBI, Jaedyn thought she had seen it all. But that was before she was called in to investigate the disappearance of her protege. The clues all lead to one place, The Lyceum - a monster themed "gentleman's club, with a big secret, the monsters are all very real.
But going undercover in a world where goblins, and ghoulies and things that go bump in the night are all too real, Jaedyn is forced to pin her hopes for success on mad science, an unproven potion that hides her human scent but gradually remaking her into one of them. Now able to move freely in a realm of Darkstalkers, Jaedyn is in a race against time to solve the mysteries surrounding The Lyceum before she permanently becomes Jaedyn the catgirl.
Art by: - DA account images deleted.
As for her story, it's mostly in the first/second draft stage. Much like the Evangelion pictures that I've had done. I have most of the key elements developed. I just have to fill in the rest of the story to make it entertaining. And find another 4-5 hours in the day to allow me time for serious writing.
As for Jeadyn, she was a former Gotham (yes, that Gotham City- she knows Commissioner Gordon, and even met (in passing) the Batman once) who went on the join the FBI as an undercover specialist. In the course of investigating what killed her protégés team, she discovered the underground world of the Darkstalkers. Her original feline disguise was quickly shown to be ineffective as far too many of them could recognize her as human from scent. But a "mad doctor" offered her an injection that would help hide her true nature, but it was discovered too late that it had a cumulative side effect. Before she could finish cracking the case, she was transformed permanently into a catgirl.
Now having solved the case, the now feline Jeadyn attempted to return to more conventional duties, and was doing a playful (she is a cat after all) reveal to her coworkers back at the office. For a time the authorities had thought to form a catgirl "special forces" group, and then the drawbacks of having a neko in the office started to become more obvious. But that was another story.
Then I got severely ill (although I don't completely want to concede it - life threatening) I did manage to mostly recover. And after a bit of reflection, I have started posting from my art collection here on DA.Ach, I'm sorry to hear that's what prompted it, though it really is quite considerate of you to go thinking of others at such a time. I really was impressed at just how many of the commissions you've recently uploaded I immediately recognized, you're responsible for the creation of a lot of great stuff, mate. Glad to hear your recovery is progressing along on track.
I tend to be my own harshest critic. Many of the stories are from private letters or drafts that I had sent out when commissioning the work. I keep meaning to get around to finishing them off and get them published once and for all. My stories will be joining them as I get them polished (grammar checked, spell checked, internal contradictions).Well hey, if you're ever looking for assistance in that regard, feel free to jump on board with the old Transformation Story Archive mailing list, eh? We're still kickin' around, and would love to hear from you over the IRC channel or on Shifti.