This might be a bit confusing to understand, as well as a tricky set of circumstances, so I've included some pictures and I'll try to answer any questions about it to the best of my ability.
Okay, so here's the situation:
I have this Banette plushy I made back in 2014.
She's a very special toy, and I'm refurbishing her so that she's posable; movable arms, legs, etc.
The issue at hand is that banettes have floppy arms, like this. I think the floppy arms are absolutely adorable, and I really want to capture that.
What I did on the first try is put a single length of unbraided, low-gauge wire down her arms, which obviously doesn't give them
Finally the time has come for our yearly art contest, the theme and challenge this year are selected crossover ideas.
Below you can find a list of crossover ideas and you can pick up one of them. Its always with at least one video game character, game or series included versus another one, or in some cases also non videogame characters.
You don't have to mention that you participate or which idea you are picking.
There will be three winners this time, each of them can win $50. The winners are picked through 10 Game-Art-HQ members that act as the jury.
Rules are only to pick one of the ideas below and to draw them without nudity.