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1. For each of the first 20 people to comment to this journal, I will feature one of their characters. I'll also tell you what I like about them.
2. If you comment, please do the same in your journal, putting person who tagged you on in the first slot. The idea of this is not to get a free feature, it is to spread art around for everyone! (BTW if you do this, I DON'T CARE IF YOU DO ALL 20. I think it's a bit of a large number, so I completely understand if you shorten the number.) But don't go to too much trouble.
This one was difficult, mostly because of how little I know his characters. That, however, can easily be an advantage. I suppose I like her, and the rest of his characters, because of the ways in which you can portray her, and them in general. I also like how her eyes are completely different from those of the other characters. Maybe there's a reason for that? I don't know.
For some reason, I see this guy as being a Doctor and an Assassin!
I also like that he has a throwing knife for a hand - quite a nice take on the hook hand motif.
This one was actually suggested to me by him, and, to be fair, I do like her. I like how she has gone through different designs over the years, while still being the same friendly kosher cat we know and love.
:thumb369331220: What's black and white and red all over?
I like the simplicity of this design, and the scalpel is a nice touch.
I like how there is a Princess who sees no problem in dressing up casually, and yet is the ruler of a sovereign estate. Her design, I think, reflects that there is more to her than she appears.
When being digested
works to your advantage, that is when I take my hat off to you!
A very popular character among the Deviants, it is always interesting to see the various portrayals of the character, and I like how she is a mad scientist, without the stereotypical design motifs.
José, a lad who has been subjected to many weird and wonderful transformations, and has even sired two children of his own, Severin and Coulton.
:thumb272508662: These two are a storyteller's treasure chest! I can definitely see some Jack Kirby-esque cosmic adventures told about them and the strange, otherworldly wonders and horrors they could encounter.
I especially like how similar Bor is to Obelix, from the Asterix the Gaul
comics and films, to the point where I want to draw a picture of him punching Artorius high into the air, leaving only his armoured boots behind.
I quite like how many changes Miss Sakurai has been through over the years, from Forest Guardian to Ninja to Giantess to Naga to Green Lantern... speaking of, is she still a three hundred year old plant in the shape of a human, or has that been dropped?
I like how reasonable and matter-of-fact she can be. I like her logical approach. Almost as if the size difference does not matter a jot to her.
Venna's addition really helped to shake up the status quo for Shine's characters. If not by much. She made for a solid comical villain.
While I find Vanessa interesting as well, Dragotoon is a very flexible, versatile character, especially if you can appease him so he doesn't
alter you as he pleases.
Until we know for sure, his intentions could be malign or benign.
Aside from looking adorably cuddly, what I especially like about Lady Morticia is how easy-going, almost mellow, her facial expression in this picture of her is. I know it contradicts her bio a bit, but her calm, relaxed smile makes me think of her as someone who would rather sit down and have a pleasant chat over tea and biscuits.
:thumb316147479: The alien, yet simple, design, the eyes, the function this being serves, the eyes, the question of its origin, both in-universe and out... and did I mention the eyes?
The massive sword, armour, bulky physique and the tattoo pattern along the upper arm really help to capture his warrior culture, but I have also seen a couple of pictures where he shows an adorable soft centre.
I personally find Chloe to be the most developed out of Chwen's characters - quiet, unassuming, yet occasionally willing to enjoy her new life to the fullest, with help from her friend Jesse.
19. <da:thumb id="384495324"/> The frenzied grin, the knife and the ordinary clothing go so well together. It's almost as if she led a normal life right up until she had one bad day.
<da:thumb id="327334941"/> I quite like the idea of a necromantic puppet master, and would certainly not mind finding out about this character's origins, and who s/he used to be.
I really like Francis's story. I'd just like to know if the antidote is found, and if it heals her.