Discussion in 'General Wing Commander Chat' started by Denis Loubet, Feb 19, 2015.
Thanks you guys! That's exactly what I needed!
(And I can't figure out why I couldn't include an inline image in my post. Are images in dropbox not linkable?)
It's possible Dropbox does something screwy with hot links. If the files aren't huge, uploading direct like you did works though.
Can't wait to see where this goes! Denis Loubet drawing Hobbes sounds like a dream come true.
Since I can't apparently upload an inline image, I'll just have to provide a link instead.
This is a detail image of my Wing Commander themed Christmas card that I'll be sending to all my Patrons.
Don't worry if you're not a patron, I'll post the full card in January. (But there's no harm in becoming a patron! You'll get an actual card all signed and numbered and stuff.)
Yowza! Count me in -- how much do we need to back for?
You can back me for as little as a dollar, and cap your backing at a dollar a month, and get all my Patreon content at that backing level plus the card! There are, unfortunately, some months where I don't post a funded piece of art -- and so you don't have to pay that month -- but I usually post some free content to keep you occupied. (Old sketches and stuff.)
There's no reason to break anyone's budget.
Woo-hoo, I am onboard! Thanks for doing this!
Got mine in the mail.. sorry it took so long for the thank you! it's been a tough week for nerd kind. Thanks a bunch, Denis!
Yay, the inline image worked this time!
This is the Christmas card I sent to my Patrons. Inside it said:
It's not about the gift itself,
it's about the love
(Little picture of a red ball of yarn)
Happy Holidays to all my Patrons!
They were signed and numbered.
This. Is. Amazing.
What's amazing is stuffing a furry Kilrathi into a uniform! It's like putting sweater on your cat.
I had to draw his shirt as if it was stuffed with fur in addition to a bulky Kilrathi body.
Glad you liked it!
I love it!
I always love me some well designed anthropomorphic characters. I really liked the art style of Zootopia, and have played in a fantasy anthro RPG as a Musk Ox character. Using cartoons, or animals, or both, tends to get right at the nature and essence of the character. It's like a shorthand. You see a lion character and you know he's in charge. It's like character classes in RPGs: everyone knows what the fighter and wizard do and so it's easy and comfortable to slip into those roles.
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