I'm starting to scrape the barrels when it comes to Elven lineages - apologies to all the Leggy fangurls out there! This is Oropher's family - the lineage of the rulers of Mirkwood. All we have from canon is Oropher, Thranduil and Legolas, and no designs for any of them, so this really is more fantasy than fact.
Top right is Oropher, whose design will relate back to those of Elwë and as those of the Nandor (when that page is done). His wife is Mirafin, in the bottom left. Her identity and racial affiliate is officially unknown, so I've given her something different to show she's not from any of the main families I've done before. Then below her is Thranduil. To Thranduil's right is Santhar, his wife, and below them, Legolas, whose woodland colours are diluted slightly by some golden yellow and the light blue from his mother.
The predominant colours here are obviously greens and browns, symbolising their Sindar and Sylvan nature, and the same colour scheme will go forward to the Nandor page.
After the war, a crack commando unit was sent to jail by a military court for a crime they didn't commit. They promptly escaped from a Fire Nation prison to the Ba Sing Se Underground. Still wanted by the Fire Lord, they survive as soldiers of fortune. If you have a problem, if no one else can help, and if you can find them, maybe you can hire...The Aang Team.
Chief Hakoda as John "Hannibal" Smith Prince Zuko as Templeton "Faceman" Peck Sokka as H.M. "Howling Mad" Murdock Toph Bei Fong as B.A. ""Bad Attitude" Baracus Appa as the van
So I've been meaning to rework my vision of whers of Pern for quite a while. I know everyone has their own vision of them since there isn't a whole lot on whers and exactly how ugly they are supposed to look.
Personally, I've always thought that the whers really don't look as downright ugly as the Pernese like to think of them. I think that the Pernese see them as ugly because of how different they look from the dragons, and because when they were made they were seen as a horrible failure, that and they are supposed to be temperamental. All of those things, in my opinion, would lead a society into looking at something and saying how ugly and horrible it is, especially when compared to the dragons that are seen as the elegant, strong protectors of Pern.
I've known for quite soem time my whers didn't look too different from pern dragons, and I've been wanting to change that for a while. So I've been sketching concepts out to rework my own vision of whers.
I tried to make the muzzle thicker and shorter, with the obvious bump on the bridge of the nose rather than the smooth muzzle. Lots of ridges and long ears and shorter headknobs. That's what I've used here to try to make my whers visually different than the dragons. I'm thinking of maybe going back over and turning the short rounded headknob into a bit more of a point so it matches with the face ridges I put on it.
Anywho, not much else to say here. This will probably be tossed into my scraps later.