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Enedlhach wrote:not a werefox?
I don't mention it around here, but myself and another artist (not Fablefire, gasp!) put together a version of "Are you a Werewolf" that I regularly run locally and at conventions.
Werewolves of the Dark Arts
ste7enl wrote:The Transformation
Another visually inviting piece, Ste7enl, and I don't dislike it, but again I find myself feeling that ~something~ is off with it in regards to anatomy or composition. The face is especially flat, and the moon is a tad overwhelming. The tail also gives a feeling of being disconnected from the main figure.
I would also suggest taking extra care with the colors, to make sure nothing gets lost on the black shirt. I've had issues on black shirts with subtle details. *Recalls the nightmare of "Fear of the Dark" by RamyB* Both attempts of printing it ended up looking like mud.
Wearing "Byte" right now and most of it looks good, but the fringes on the left and the green aura above the muzzle are almost invisible on the super-downsized Men's Small (but that's kind of Woot's fault) -- I'm thinking I'll buy a Medium of this design. I like it, but the small design size is frustrating.
Woot's Men's Smalls: A speck on a shirt that might be art. Don't bother...
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agingdragqueen wrote:You guys are coming up with wild, dumb guesses that are probably because we have historically tried to ruin our site as best we can.
- No social media-only voting, jeez
- No, not getting rid of the derb'
- No increase in restrictions
- Not going 100% digital (gross)
Iz gon' be good (I think). But I also think it's not a HUGE thing, so don't get too worked up.
My speech is not parsing. I am speaking in ellipsis.