Aneri wrote:What about science-fiction? Because you obviously like Firefly, and have you read the Hitchhiker five-part Trilogy? Douglass Adams was a genious, very much like Terry Pratchett.
Oh, and have you read "The Moon and Sixpence"? Not really a funny book, it's about Gauguin and his quest to find himself...your DA journal just made me think of it. Looking back on it (I hated reading it in ninth grade...), the ideas and the meaning it had are amazing.
Regarding Pratchett, I have been meaning to read Good Omens for a while now. Sounds like really quality stuff. But my favorites in the series are 'Reaper Man' and 'Small Gods.' And pretty much any of the ones featuring the witches of Lancre.
I never read Hitchhiker's but have been told I'd love it. Never read The Moon and Sixpence either. I generally never got too strongly into science-fiction, but I got nothing against it.
wickedali wrote:No Offence Endling, but how can you say that?
The Colourings of your arts seem quite great, and the positionings of characters seem fine.
No offense taken.
It is a privilege of yours to have that opinion. And I'm flattered you think so. Very much so in fact. But I'm also entitled to my own opinion. I don't hate my work. I just think it needs.. well. Work.
Dusk_Imp wrote:Are there any characters in EA that you either based off yourself or people you know?
No. Not really, thankfully. Haha. I guess every artist/writers characters are parts of themselves, though. As I'm doing all their dialogue different sides of myself reflect in every word. Red herself is going to have a very powerful struggle going on within her, a concept I'm no stranger to. And I'm sure most every other person is as well, which is what I'm hoping for. But yeah. I'd like my characters to be a spectrum of personality, and I will most likely draw from every type of personality I've met, friends and family included. But no one character was based on any one person, no.