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Time has come to talk of my Patreon page again:

My Goal is 
to create a new graphic novel, after 5 years of stillness, The Road of lost steps, a story about dreams, memories and occasions lost, but it's also about redemption and, above all, love. 
Check out this link to learn more.…

Thanks to my Patrons I'm now working on the layout of my story. It's going to be a long work, but it's started up and I'm really happy and grateful to have the chance to work on that project again.

  • Listening to: the silent whispering of a old pc
  • Reading: The left over
  • Watching: from my window
  • Playing: chat
  • Drinking: vanilla green tea


Francesca Da Sacco
Artist | Professional | Traditional Art
I'm an Italian comic artist, writer, illustrator.

I also teach kids how to draw animals in a Farm full of sheep, horses, cows and dogs.
Farm Animals: Suffolk Sheep by FrancescaDaSacco

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My contact: dasaccof(at)
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Current Residence: Padova, Italy

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NonieR Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2015
The script and art for "Samsara" look great, but I keep having problems with the name "Lasse" every time I see it on Manuela Soriani's art pages.

English doesn't have a male name anything like it; in fact, I've never seen it in my 57 years of reading hundreds of new American or British books a year, even as the name of a foreign character.

As a result, I (and, I'd guess, most English speakers) keep misreading it as "Lassie,"which is either a Scots term for "girl" or a fictional dog.

What is the name's origin/nationality? All I can think of is a variant of Klaus/Clause, but I still read it wrong every time I see it on the page, as if Mason was saying things like, "Don't worry, girly; it was just a dream."

Which is rather distracting from the mood. ;)
FrancescaDaSacco Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2015  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you for writing :D
Lasse is a name from Scandinavia. It is a male given name, pronunciation /ˈlɑsːe/ 
Sometimes it happens some words sound odd in other languages Meow :3 

LKS21 Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you for joining MeetMyOC!
You have a lovely gallery, sweety (:
FrancescaDaSacco Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2015  Professional Traditional Artist
The-Last-Phantom Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you very much for the Llama!!!

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