Just letting you all know I LOVE all of the entries, and because i love them so much, I've decided to include ALL of them in the comic! ^^ Well done everyone who participated!
I will be accepting entries until about the end of November, so if you still have a character in mind it is most appreciated, as I need about 8 orphans to fill all the space in the pages. Also, people who have already entered can make another character if they wish~
Hi all! LovelyKouga here with a fun little project for us to work on together! ^^
I've been working on a commissioned-collaboration side-story involving a younger Queenie and the origins of the commissioner's character! The commissioner and I thought it might be fun to involve the fans once again, so I came up with this mini-competition. ^^Outline:
There's a scene in an orphanage, and all you have to do is draw a Dimebian (animal ears and tail) child/orphan to be in the scene.
Dimebian orphanages are not very nice, so most of them should look somewhat unkempt. The more unique the better!
Knowing their story is optional, but it would be nice to have a little information about them in the artist's description.
If you don't want to colour in the character that's okay! Just state their hair, eye and skin colour. Prize:
I will choose about five characters to be included in the manga (assuming I get that many entries!), and draw them, with full credit to you on every page they appear in!Deadline:
Please submit all entries into the 'Competitions' folder in this club.
Have fun! Any questions feel free to ask!Entries!
Character Profile: Daphne
First Name: Daphne
Last Name: Unknown
Race: Horse Dimebian
Height: 4' 1" (124.46 cm)
Weight: 50 lbs (22 kg)
Hair: Pale blonde with chunks of dark brown
Tail: Same as hair
Eyes: Milky white
Very serious and down-to-earth.
Determined to do everything on her own.
Optimistic about the future, regardless of her set backs.
Very cautious of who she speaks with and about what.
Shy around most adults.
Avoids social interactions because they can cause her anxiety.
Trusts very few adults unless she reads good will in their emotions.
Born to a very well-to-do Dimebian family, Daphne was left on the doorstep of the orphanage shortly after birth. She was o