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My Bad Fantasy Art Project

Discussion in 'Fantasy Art' started by Philip Overby, Feb 25, 2014.

  1. Philip Overby

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    Really? Well, I guess I'll take the compliment then. Thanks! :)
     
  2. Noma Galway

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    Haha that's AMAZING, Phil :)
     
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  3. Philip Overby

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    Wow, you're using it as your avatar? That's pretty cool! Wear it like a badge of honor, I suppose! :)

    In any case, glad you like it, even though it's not, as we say, good. ;)
     
  4. Legendary Sidekick

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    I just saw Noma's post on the Flat Earth thread. I thought it was so awesome to see MS Paint Noma as her avatar!
     
  5. Noma Galway

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    I like it...especially the water elemental bit. It made my day :) So it deserves the avatarness
     
  6. Philip Overby

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    I actually added the water elemental bit at the very end. My original version didn't have it, but went back and put it on there. Glad you like it! As always, I'm open to do other ones. I have fun doing these more than I expected. I'm thinking of doing some original characters that aren't in any stories and seeing what I can come up with as well.

    But if people have characters, hit me up and I'll do them! :D
     
  7. Legendary Sidekick

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    Drawing is fun. I did a lot of art with my first novel. I'm talking about the level of quality you're aiming for with MS Paint. Maybe I took it up a notch from that, but intentionally drew my characters to look like muppets.

    (@#$%! I should've used that look for Flat Earth! It's so much easier to draw that way!)

    Anyway, my point is that I drew maps and numbered scenes to keep track of where different characters were moving, and when they would run into each other. It was like a pictorial writing prompt.
     
  8. Philip Overby

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    That's actually a great idea. Maybe I could do that with some of my future novels. Have several pics so I know where my characters are going and what they're doing. It could be fun to do in any case and keep me on track.
     
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