For each of the first 10 people to comment, I will feature one of their characters, as well as tell you what I like about them! If you comment, DO the same in your journal, putting the tagger on in the first slot. The idea of this is not to get a free feature, it is to spread art around for everyone.Featured/Tagged on 's journal: tamarinfrog.deviantart.com/jou…
The first nine people to comment get one of their character's featured in my journal.
I get to choose from the one I like the most in your gallery, and if you want to be featured, you have to do this! (Although, I really don't care if you don't.
Jenna the Ampharos:
Where to begin? She's so cute!
I love the extra long jumper sleeves and the random 'baawhs' of this quirky little ampharos.
She's just a bit shy, just a bit sassy, just a bit girly and every bit a fun and adorable character.
Nothing quite like an awesome surfing bunny rabbit.
Although not drawn by Crispin, it's his character, and he looks very cool.
Ascotia "Scotty" Bluefleck:
Hares are an under-appreciated species of Redwall, or at least, outside of the Long Patrol.
It's always awesome to see a character stepping outside the pitfalls of expectancy, and be unique without being silly.
Bercan the Ferret:
Oh boy, do I know a lot about Ali's characters.
I've written for all of them, and created half (or all, in one instance) of all their back-stories.
Bercan is a fun fellow, stepping outside the 'vermin are evil' mentality without being a goody-two-shoes, either.
His name means 'Spear' in french, apparently.
Red hair is always so difficult to pull off, especially on animals: what, do they dye?
But Holly, and Fergus, does it justic, and she is more than just a pretty face: there's story after story with her in it in ~FergusMcDuncan
Lorna Wildlash: Although not drawn by Tagyr, I like the premise of corsair characters. I've always liked stories involving pirates, and my own writings have made me partial towards them as well. Also, bullwhips are a rare weapon of choice; I'd like to see more of Lorna in the future. Lizzy:
When there's a duo, I enjoy the hysterics of the wacky one, but I always prefer the straight man. SnowStoat's Lizzy is a perfect example, and not just a straight up foil or lover (Although she is that at times) to Puck, but a sometimes mellow, sometimes harsh, very real character.