Geneva Varga

∆ The documentation of my life work as an artist & naturalist ∆



Loki – October 2017 

As I draw my original characters more and more, I have begun to get a more solid picture of my characters appearance and their personality. Loki is the type of guy to come off as being too extroverted and optimistic about everything. He is down to do anything and nothing seems to frightened him. I think in a way, I have based him off of my more reckless, adventurous self. Loki is the complete opposite of Khaos. It’s rather cliche, but they’re the sun and moon, earth and sky to each other. 


Khaos Fernwell - Full-body 

Full-body art piece of Khaos Fernwell. I created this piece to mainly get feel for where his patches of lighter skin would be and to get an idea of what type of clothes he might wear. 

Loki Winterwren – Digital Art of Original Character 

Another character of mine that goes by the name of Loki Winterwren. He is also a main character in my book.

Khaos Fernwell – Digital Art of Original Character

Khaos Fernwell (fen-well) is the protagonist of my book that that I have been wanting to write for years. His design has changed slightly since this drawing, but nothing drastic. 

52 Book Challenge — 2016

I love to read, though lately, I have been finding myself procrastinating online, more often than not still reading, only it is fan fiction. To overcome this, I decided to take upon a challenge to read 52 books in the calendar year. I counted everything, some books were required for school, others by choice.

The Guidelines

The rules that I set for myself were really flexible, though I knew I wanted to have a basic system; it was a challenge after all. One of the main reasons for these guidelines was because I couldn’t count all the hours I spent reading fan fiction.

  • The book must be published (no fan created works)
  • Any manga that I read only counts as one. In other words, volumes within a series could not be counted as separate titles.
  • I need to comprehend the complete storyline and understand the material. Books I do not complete can not be counted.
  • Audio books are accepted. *

  1. Red Glove — Holly Black
  2. Shaman King — Hiroyuki Takei
  3. Still Waters — Ask Parsons
  4. The Lighthouse Land *— Adrian McKinty
  5. Peak — Roland Smith
  6. Black Heart — Holly Black
  7. How to Eat Fried Worms — Thomas Rockwell
  8. Lizard Radio — Pat Schmatz
  9. The Raven Boys — Maggie Stiefvater
  10. Fans of the Impossible Life — Kate Scelsa
  11. Survive The Night — Daniella Vega
  12. The Sorcerer’s Companion: A Guide to the Magical World of Harry Potter — Allan Zola Kronzek
  13. The Witch of Blackbird Pond* — Elizabeth George Speare
  14. A Legend of Wolf Song — George Stone
  15. Humans of New York — Brandon Stanton
  16. Pop Painting — Camilla d’Errico
  17. The Marvels — Brian Selznick
  18. The Dreamer — Pam Muñoz Ryan & illustrated by Peter Sís
  19. Trials of Apollo: The Hidden Oracle — Rick Riordan
  20. Nimona — Noella Stevenson
  21. I Am Malala* — Malala Yousafzai (link to my reflection)
  22. Harry Potter and The Cursed Child — J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne, and John Tiffany
  23. Smithsonian Intimate Guide to the Cosmos — Dana Berry
  24. The One and Only Ivan — Katherine Applegate
  25. Hipster Animals: A Field Guide — Dyna Moe (see more on their Tumblr page)
  26. Animals Real and Imagined: The Fantasy of What Is and What Might Be  — Terryl Whitlatch
  27. Robinson Crusoe* — Daniel Defoe
  28. Moby-Dick In Pictures: One Drawing for Every Page — Matt Kish
  29. Astronomy: 365 Days — Jerry T. Connell and Robert J. Nemiroff
  30. Walden — Henry David Thoreau

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