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The toughest old lady on Mobius by Joel-Grizzlebeard The toughest old lady on Mobius by Joel-Grizzlebeard
Edit: Forgot to say this since I was in a rush, but she's his GREAT-grandmother. His grandma's dead, though, so he just calls her grandma/Nana. :3
Oh, and her names Raya.


In an unforseen turn of events in which my big brother bribed me with Sherlock Season 1 on DVD, I'm leaving for the city very soon, so ima type this out reallllll quick.

This lovely little old lady is Dimitri's grandmother.
She's Ukrainian (somehow), and the sweetest person you'll ever have the pleasure to meet, but when she's strict she's like an army general.
At roughly the age of 120 here, she's determined NOT to let a little punk like her favourite grandson outlive her. XD
She scolds him whenever he rips his suit (for reasons which will be revealed in an Ask picture), and yanks on his ear or smacks the back of his head as punishment.
Like he is, she used to be a spy as well, and a damn good one at that, so she also scolds him if he comes in all beaten-up. (She's fixing a bullet graze in the bottom panel. Harshly. XD)
She's the only person in the world Dimitri's actually scared of, and also the only person from his family he ever sees anymore.
She loves him to pieces and he thinks she's the toughest old lady in the world.
D'awwwwwww.

Now I just need to learn some Ukrainian swear words and endearing Ukrainian things she can call him. X3
She's also unnamed, so if you have any Ukrainian or Russian names you think would fit her then please suggest one. :3
~Candy~
Dimitri, his grandma and artwork (c) :iconcandyandbiffle:
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FrostyEnid Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2012
I think Svetlana is a russian name or something like that.
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OyOy Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2012  Student
120, and she's his grandmother? I feel like that doesn't add up right...

But she's really cute! I like seeing older Mobian characters, 'cause you don't see people drawing anyone other than kids and teenagers much.
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Joel-Grizzlebeard Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Whoops! I meant to say great-grandmother. Like I said, I was in a hurry. XD
Thanks, I'll fix that.

And asghsafhsaf thank you! :iconasdfghplz:
She's so much fun to draw. :iconwtwplz:
~Candy~
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Planeta-Starlight Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
I think the name Raya would do, just suggesting. Lol at Dimitri!
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Joel-Grizzlebeard Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Ooh... that works. Thank you! :3
~Candy~
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Planeta-Starlight Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Yeah, it fits since I read the name in some Russian Children's book. Your Welcome!
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Doomdragon Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
YEAH UKRAINIAN *is from Ukrainian Descent*!!! But correction, if she is a Ukrainian she should referred to as a Babushka which is Russian/Ukrainian for Grandmother. Well more of a fun fact then a correction ^^;
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Joel-Grizzlebeard Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
UKRAINIANS AND RUSSIANS RUUUUUULE! :iconsuperw00tplz:
Ah. Well, Dimitri ain't really Russian (thanks to have a rather controlling English-speaking father), so he just calls her Nana. :3
~Candy~
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Doomdragon Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Nana is also a good choice, Nana or Nunna are always good
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Doomdragon Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Oh also I could probably help you with Ukrainian things to call people
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