Entirely depends on my mood and what comes through my head. To be honest, I was trying to be funny with Drawn Girl. But I’ve been incredibly amazed how people have taken to it and the emotions they take from it.
It kinda reinforced for me how much more fun it is to let the reader take away their own interpretations of things. I’d rather not “force” the reaction if I don’t have to.
Mind if I add a duck to your collection?
That’s some pretty cool stuff you guys got going on! And I really dig the format you’re running with, having a different artist every day is a pretty cool way to keep everyone on point and going. And I like what you’re doing with Floatillion, it’s strange aesthetic is awesome man!
That said, it looks like this message is pretty old and I guess you’ve got a seventh member already. That’s good. I don’t think I was looking to commit to any new projects just yet. Though I’ve got a number of plans, nothing is set to go anytime soon nor have I even figured out what exactly it is I’d like to be doing.
I’ll be keeping track of your stuff when I can. And I hope to see more come out of sbboard in the future!
In my case, It’s probably in the blood. Everyone on my mother’s side is at least in part a creative sort. Everything from independent rappers to industrial design, my siblings and cousins were always creative kids.
Me? I copied drawings from Sonic the Hedgehog, Final Fantasy, and Rob Liefeld. I am thankful everyday I never had a deviantArt when I was a preteen.