Time to Play Catch Up!So I've been rather busy the past year..??? Maybe it's been longer since my last journal.More Like This
Point is, I will be submitting a ton of art from the past year or so to flesh out my DA and
hopefully once I am all caught up, I will continue to post actively on here. xD
A lot of the work I am commissioned for is furry art and NSFW, but I will censor any peens
and link to the uncensored version for all of my Deviant watchers,
as I know most of you don't have a FurAffinity account. ^w^
So yeah! Look forward to an art spam, I'm gonna be busy tonight catching up!
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Flying Islands ComicsMore Like This
EDIT: I have updated this blog entry with more comics and single pages and I will continue to update it as more works will be submitted to our gallery. Thank you for checking out our feature and all those wonderful works.
Welcome to our very first feature Journal!
Thanks to so many wonderful artists out there, there is a huge amount of beautiful art about flying islands (or otherwise floating grounds). Today we will explore part of a vast collection of moving mountains, levitating rocks and hurtling cities by showing you what deviants have come up with in comics.
I like comics. I started getting into them rather late, but once I did, nothing stood in my way. I am spoiled by French graphic novels and post-blockbuster adaptations, so modern visualisation combined with strong art is what I appreciate. This hasn't affected this selection (but I have to say that the overwhelming majority look