RT0wn wrote:Not a fan of this one... Whatever happened to the clockwork dinosaur style?
Where were you for Project Round Table?
albinoapple wrote:The feminist in me is uncomfortable with how often your designs are centered on a sexy mysterious woman.
I think the feminist in you is seeing things. There are no facts to back up your claims unless "often" is like twice in four months and 15+ designs. Here are some numbers for you to look over and reconsider.
Every Drakxxx/CrescentDebris Collaboration to date:
Wu Xing - 0 Women, 5 dragons
Zombie Doom Squad - 1 woman, 3 dudes, and a whole lot of zombies
Alice in Chains - 1 woman, 6 slices of bread
Clockmaker - 0 women, 1 dude, lots of clocks
Samurai Showdown - 0 women, 1 samurai, 3 dead guys
Savage Fantasy - 1 woman, 1 dude, 3 snakes
TXT Chainsaw Massacre - 0 women, 1 dude, 438 robots
Ahab vs Cthulhu - 0 women, 1 dude, 1 seafood platter
Terrible Sanity - 0 women, 1 Edgar Allan Poe, whole lotta ravens
Work And Play - 0 women, 5 monkeys
Perchance to Dream - 2 women, 2 dudes, 3 witches, 11 fairies
Underworld - 0 women, lots of gargoyles
Latest Drakxxx Solo Entries
Will Work for FOOD - 0 women, 1 dude, 1 hamburger, 1 medium fry, and a drink $3.99
Galaxy League - 0 women, 1 alien dude, 1 monster
The Beast Sleeps - 0 women, 1 dude, 1 kid, lot of birds, and a giant rock thing
Out of all of those only 1 is centered around a woman, and that's Alice in Chains. Mysterious dudes? Clockmaker, Terrible Sanity, Samurai Showdown.
The totals are 5 women, 15 or so men (depending on what exactly qualifies), and a ton of zombies, demons, and robots. It's ok to be bothered by things but I think maybe you're concentrating too much on what you think is there. I'm not sure why making a woman the center of a design is a problem anyway. I would think if it was always men then someone would complain that "Women can be as strong as men" or something. If anything I think it's time for more women to balance the scales of equality.
I'm tossing this one out of my court room!