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A little while ago I mentioned wanting to fill out a character meme that was going around and my pal Chelsea was a dear and gave me a few prompts. Here’s some questions answered by those guys I won’t stop drawing.
• What are your strengths?
"I’m pretty fair at carving. Y’know, decorative stuff. Handles, door frames, charms, toys."
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This is it! I’ve been so pleasantly surprised with the response to these fellas. They’re extremely dear to me and I’d love more than anything to drop everything and run off to write a series of comics or prose novels about them, ha ha. But that sort of thing isn’t possible at this time.
Anyway, thank you guys for hanging out and letting me talk at you.
It’s time to talk at length about this guy!! Apologies in advance, I’m about to talk about dragon cultures for maybe longer than is strictly necessary.
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Thank you guys so much for the interest in these worldbuilding posts!! It’s been really fun putting together the spot illustrations, I’m always looking for excuses to draw these guys.
It’s time to talk about this fella:
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There has been a lot of interest in those pantheon guys recently! I’m in the middle of several other projects and it’s not likely this story’s going to find itself made into a proper book any time soon, but I wrote out a few general introductions to these characters.
This story’s been following me around in one form or another since I was about 15, and while it’s extremely close and dear to me, I’m pretty certain that it also retains its heart of a kid’s childish fantasy of flawed gods and celestial war. Is that positive or negative? Don’t answer that question.
Here’s our protagonist:
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