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Re: Divine Deception -- S2E16: Season Finale
« Reply #175 on: July 31, 2016, 08:20:42 AM »
Awesome and exciting season finale episode. I hope Nathan is okay and Sadie have a great time with Delilah. Delilah have so much to learn about her mother. The second season was a blast and exciting. I hope the next season brings more excitement. Patiently waiting for next season.
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Re: Divine Deception -- S2E16: Season Finale
« Reply #176 on: August 01, 2016, 09:26:49 AM »
Thanks guys! I will try and get the new season up as soon as I can. I have all of the pictures taken and have started shooting season 4, so I will post when I feel it is time. I need to get back and edit my novel before I can start next season, though. If you would like, I can message you when I post the first episode of next season. That way you don't miss out and come in late. Just let me know if you would like this. :D



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Re: Divine Deception -- S2E16: Season Finale
« Reply #177 on: August 01, 2016, 05:36:49 PM »
Yes please!

This is like waiting for the next episode of "Alone" by CleverBox Pictures on YT!

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Re: Divine Deception -- S2E16: Season Finale
« Reply #178 on: August 02, 2016, 12:10:55 AM »
Me too. *waiting for the next season.
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Re: Divine Deception -- S2E16: Season Finale
« Reply #179 on: August 02, 2016, 08:44:26 AM »
Okay I will add you guys to a list.

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Re: Divine Deception -- S2E16: Season Finale
« Reply #180 on: August 03, 2016, 11:19:18 PM »
Awesomeness! Thanks!

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Re: Divine Deception -- Season 3 Teaser Shots
« Reply #181 on: September 05, 2016, 10:17:23 AM »
Hey guys,

I know I haven't been on much lately, but my silence is a good one! While Divine Deception's third season is gradually approaching, I thought I would show off a few screens so as to tease you of what's to come. Graphics have been improved, lighting has been enhanced and I just learned that there is a camera option aka the tab key?!! Well, anyway, without further ado...







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Re: Divine Deception -- Season 3 Teaser Shots
« Reply #182 on: September 05, 2016, 12:31:01 PM »
Exciting! Beautiful shots. I especially like the first one. So excited to know the new season is in the works!


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Re: Divine Deception -- Season 3 Teaser Shots
« Reply #183 on: September 06, 2016, 09:41:49 AM »
Thanks @FrancescaFiori , happy to hear that you are as excited for it as I am. Right as season 2 ended I had pretty much all of the pictures taken, though after enhancing everything, the shots looked a little tired when compared to what they could be. So I am taking them all again. :D

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Re: Divine Deception -- Season 3 Teaser Shots
« Reply #184 on: September 07, 2016, 08:07:14 AM »
Wow, those are spectacular. Can't wait for the third season.
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Re: Divine Deception -- Season 3 Teaser Shots
« Reply #185 on: September 11, 2016, 12:44:35 PM »
Season three is finally coming :) I'm so excited
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Re: Divine Deception -- Season 3 Teaser Shots
« Reply #186 on: September 16, 2016, 06:03:21 PM »
Hey, thanks guys! I have a few other goodies to share before the season begins so keep a look out!

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Re: Divine Deception -- Season 3 Teaser Shots II
« Reply #187 on: September 18, 2016, 09:30:58 PM »
Here are some more guys!






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Re: Divine Deception -- Season 3 Teaser Shots II
« Reply #188 on: September 18, 2016, 10:09:33 PM »
Wonderful pics. Love the snow and the sunset, I think.

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Re: Divine Deception -- Season 3 Teaser Shots II
« Reply #189 on: September 18, 2016, 10:33:41 PM »
Gorgeous! Wow. I am so impressed and so excited for the new season!


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Re: Divine Deception -- Season 3 Teaser Shots III
« Reply #190 on: September 25, 2016, 05:24:04 PM »
Hey guys,

Another week, another update! Two character model reveals and a few before and after shots. More down below!

As many of you know already, season three had already begun filming back when season two was still being updated. It was pretty much completed and ready to be used when the time arose. However, after months of leaving it alone and coming back to the pictures, I came to the conclusion that I hated everything. Other than the odd photo here and there, season 3 had little life when it came to the pictures taken. Nothing rich. Nothing inviting. And I need those things for what this new season holds. So I went back and started from the beginning, taking every photograph from beginning to end again. Tell me what you guys think!

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Re: Divine Deception -- Season 3 Promo Ad
« Reply #191 on: October 29, 2016, 07:20:26 PM »

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Re: Divine Deception -- Season 3 Promo
« Reply #192 on: December 14, 2016, 02:42:13 PM »
Divine Deception returns December 24th 2016

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I was once told that you can't repair yourself by breaking someone else... They were wrong.


The want starts off as a spark in hopes that it will die off if not given enough oxygen. It grows, taking everything under its wing up to the point where it can't control anymore.

A distant memory had spread onto my skin, burning and engulfing me until it's melted every fiber in my being.


In this moment, I grab onto everything I can. I have to or else, what's the point?

This isn't happily ever after anymore.

In the end, I hope to find truth, to find answers of what I am meant to become.

"Sadie, I just want to take back what's mine!"


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Re: Divine Deception -- Season 3 returns Dec. 24th!
« Reply #193 on: December 14, 2016, 10:06:53 PM »
Awesome Season 3 promo. Can't wait for it.
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Re: Divine Deception -- Season 3 returns Dec. 24th!
« Reply #195 on: December 16, 2016, 09:00:19 AM »
Great to hear! Thanks for returning guys!

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Re: Divine Deception -- S3E01: Alone
« Reply #196 on: December 24, 2016, 07:10:20 AM »
Divine Deception
"Alone"


I observe the redhead in the window of my mother's car. The last time I looked at myself was the day I ended up at the doorstep of Sadie Lawrence and Victor Solomon, when they took me in their open arms and allowed my to stay with them. I don't know if I should have been allowed after how I'd treated them, but my mother has told me how the last time we'd spoken adrenaline was running high and that the things we all had encountered was more than the average teenager should have been involved in. That was a week ago and I haven't looked at myself since. Every time I do, I see the cold day that felt like the end of the world. And when I see it at the back of my head forming, I always look away, run, try to bury it as if pretending it never happened would make it so. A lot can change in a week. I see a round face in the window, my mother's eyes and a nose I can only assume was similar to my father's, Nick Alto. Last week I only would have believed my father was a part of me and not Sadie. That Vita Alto was my real mother. But now, I see so much more. I see that hiding from what happened won't do anything about it. I have to be like my mother and Vic. I need to embrace it. Only then can I begin to understand it.

I turn away and head across the park to the water's edge. This is where it all happened. The last good memory Nathan and I shared... The moment that was destroyed in a snap of the fingers. The moment that man stepped into our lives and ruined everything. His name was Reginald Peters. I can still hear Nathan yelling at me to run and feel the blood in my veins turn to ice as the armed thug came to use me in an attempt to hurt my mother. He attacked me. He shot Nathan. Peters was ended via a bullet to the head by somebody out of sight. I thought it had been my mother who pulled the trigger, though from her reaction alone, I knew it wasn't her, and the fact that she was trying to get me out of harm's way was even more proof. I had been stubborn, though. I wasn't leaving Nathan's side, not after he stood by mine time and time again. Stubbornness is a streak that supposedly runs down the family line even when faced with certain death.

With the vivid image back in my mind, I head back to the car.

After Sadie had left that day, I passed out and found myself in the hospital. Nathan was there too. None of the doctors or nurses would tell me anything about his health, though, which, for obvious reasons, left me panicked. While groggy from whatever drug that had plugged into my bloodstream, and touching the edge of hysteria, of course I had started to become anxious. Add a douse of mental a physical drama from the park and you have yourself a full recipe for disaster. I am shocked that I am walking around like nothing's happened a week later. Maybe that's a bit of a stretch. I'm still coping which what happened, of course, but it's also only been seven days and here I am, on my own, trusted that I can make it from point A to point B. I have Sadie to thank for that. When I arrived at her doorstep that night, she knew of a cocktail of sorts that could alleviate my anxiety, my state. She was able to make it in less than five minutes. When I asked her where she learned such a thing, she told me somebody named Lee taught her. That he taught her everything she knew. She's brought it up on different occasions. I haven't let her elaborate. I haven't wanted to know exactly what she's been taught for fear that it will hurt me rather than help. I don't blame her, though I'd be an idiot to ignore the fact that it was Sadie's links to her past that drove Peters after us. I try to ignore it and thankfully Sadie never pushes the issue further.   

I check my phone. I should get going. The visiting hours for Nathan are strict and narrow and I'd hate to miss it. He's been in a coma and I don't want to skip out on any second, any chance that I'll be the first person he sees when he wakes up. I decide not to take my mother's car. I'll walk instead. It will give me time to think things over and figure out what I am going to do.

The hospital isn't far from the park, maybe a twenty minute walk on foot, if that. I had gotten lost so easily the first time I arrived here, once again, trying to escape my past, though now, having been here for a couple of months, I've learned that Riverview isn't really that large of a town. The roads are long and the fields between properties grow, sure, but if you know which intersections to cut through and how everything comes together, you can find your way around with ease as well on good time.

I make it to the hospital in just under fifteen minutes. The place isn't nearly as crowded as it usually is. That could be because of the time of day. It's four in the afternoon and I usually show up at lunchtime. Or it could be because it is Christmas Eve. Sadie and Vic are home getting ready for visitors. They've both told me that guests will begin arriving around six and that I shouldn't be late. Maybe I should have come here earlier. Even with the crowds, I might have had more time with Nathan. Tonight and tomorrow are two days I'd hate for him to be alone.

"Ah, Delilah, I was wondering if I would see you today." I make it to the front desk and spot Dr. Jesceps sitting behind it, his mouse clicking away incessantly. "A little later than your usual rounds, eh?"

I've grown close with Jesceps, more so than any of the other doctors or nurses. I think I grew a reputation after I lost my mind when I awoke the first time after the attack at the park. Then again after I escaped the hospital's hold on me without saying anything to anybody. I guess the nurses returning to my room to find an empty bed with a mess would be frowned down upon. I did, however, yank my IV needle out and left in a hurry. Jesceps didn't seem to mind. He was an old man who had seen far worse things happen during his years.

"I was just hoping to beat the rush," I tell him. "Quiet tonight."

He nods. "Are you here to see Nathan? Or..." He glances down at my stomach.

Another thing to add to the madness. Unplanned and unexpected. I had just learned about the new addition when I awoke last week. I still don't believe it. Yes, I don't feel like myself and, yes, it makes sense why I have had the cravings and not feeling very well. But it can't be happening. So once again, I pretend the problem's not there. I ignore it with some false sense that it's not even there.

"No, I'm just here to see Nathan, that's all," I say.

The doctor smirks slightly at me before he gets to his feet. "Okay, this way then."

He leads me down a long hallway that I have learned off by heart. It spins around, up and down stairs, though I have been down it so many times over the past week that I really don't need him to escort me. Still, it's nice that somebody like him feels he should. Maybe he has to because of reasons related to the law and security, but it's like he wants to take a walk with me. He wants me to make it to Nathan's side without any trouble.

Once we are there, he opens the glass door for me and motions for me to walk through. "If you have any concerns or need help, you know where the button is." Then he's gone.

Nathan looks like he always looks the days I come to see him. Calm, subtle, he could be sleeping, and in ways I guess he is. I think about the nights we spent together. I'd watch the sun rise, the light pouring between the blue curtains in his room, across the bed and onto his face that looked just like it does now. We haven't known each other for long. Months maybe. Still, there was something between us the first time we met. I thought at the time it was hatred, possibly even jealousy at the time, that he was the most arrogant, obnoxious man I had ever met. With his smug look on his face and the way he spoke to me. I guess in certain ways I deserved it. I hold my cards close to my chest and he knew that the moment he met me. He's very honest, I'm not. We clashed. Until the day that I opened up. Then we made headway.

I run my hand over his face, cupping his rounded jaw. "He's just sleeping," I tell myself, knowing that if he is, it will be just like those morning where he wakes up ten minutes after me. But right now, more than anything, I want him to be awake now. I don't want to wait any longer. I grab his hand, taking it in mine. It's cold. Not deathly, but to me it seems almost so. I try and warm it up with my own as I watch his chest rise and lower. Technically he's alive and for some reason, I begin squeezing his hand in rhythm to his breathing in hopes that the pressure will somehow alert him that I'm here. I know it sounds silly, but what alternatives do I have?

When I returned home from seeing Nathan the first time, I asked my mother if she knew of anything that could help him. The cocktail that had brought me to my senses maybe could help him. Sadie didn't seem to agree. She told me the best thing to do was wait it out. I wish she could understand that waiting is for the patient. Waiting is for those who aren't running against the clock.

I spend the next hour and a bit just sitting next to him, looking at him, loving him until I realize that he's once again not coming back to me today. I say goodbye to him and make my way out of the building. Before I head home, I take a seat on a bench just outside of the hospital.

The realization has just hit me that that man, Reginald Peters, is to blame for this. That instead of hurting my mother, he's hurt me and he's gone from the world now. How is it acceptable that Peters is the person who caused all this havoc and he's the one to get the free pass, not have to deal with anything? He didn't have to deal with loss or his consequences. And here we are trying to clean up this mess he brought on us.

Sadie had tried to tell me why things happened, yet I just wanted to pretend like none of it did. That was how I coped through it. Now seeing Nathan a full week later, it's made me realize that it's done nothing but stalled the inevitable. Whether he lives or dies is because of Reginald Peters and the people he worked for and I want to make sure they get what they deserve.

I take a deep breath. When hatred cuts so deep through my skin, I'm no longer going to step down and force some false sense of security on myself that everything will go back the way things were. I will no longer be a fool. I can't be. Sadie told me the best thing to do is forgive and move on. The chance to bring the truly guilty to justice will be stolen away if I agree. Good things may come to those who wait, yet I know my reward is but a spark in the wettest of lands. I want those who have hurt me to pay.

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Re: Divine Deception -- S3E01: Alone
« Reply #197 on: December 24, 2016, 07:53:55 AM »
Yeah experience.   I've stayed up late to catch your update and I'm glad I did.

Poor Delilah.  She lives in a tough world but is she tough enough to go down that path?  I wonder how long it'll take her to realise that she may get trapped on the same treadmill that Sadie did?  Time will tell.
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Re: Divine Deception -- S3E01: Alone
« Reply #198 on: December 24, 2016, 08:30:01 AM »
Aww, thanks Magz. That's so very kind of you! I hope you enjoyed it. *Hugs*

Deli is a wandering soul, the poor girl. I hope I've slung enough mud at her that she feels she has nothing left to lose. Gah, that's terrible lol.

Another thing: On my blog, I post the pictures I don't use for the story on a page called deleted scenes. I just uploaded the photos from season 2 when Deli arrives in Riverview. I just realized how strange she looks in comparison to now. Who knew adding some eye bags and giving her some retextures could make her look so much better? hahahahaha!

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Re: Divine Deception -- S3E01: Alone
« Reply #199 on: December 30, 2016, 05:12:45 AM »
Excellent chapter/episode. A great start of the new season. Like to see the new Delilah. And hoping Nathan woke up from the coma. Looking forward for next episode.
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