I really like player-created narratives, be it in Dwarf Fortress tales or Nulsec politics, and now I can add TPP to that list.
In a weird and twisted sense, the stuff that comes out of it actually matches the Pokémon spirit of completing a weird and difficult journey full of surprises with critters that mean nothing at first but grow onto you eventually. With an overdose of cultism instead of friendship perhaps, but the “holy shit we’ve come so far, we can’t stop now!” atmosphere brings it all back together.
Dunno for how long the concept will last, but I’m already extremely happy with all the fanart I’ve collected from it.
Terrible puns n unexplained jokes n shit - formatted for reposting on other sites. Tumblr-friendly panel (without the cut Lina/CM ones) here: http://marikbentusi.tumblr.com/post/76289002870
Oh yeah and somehow revising the planned Lina/CM jokes about them liking something of the opposite temperature turned into drama again, so after I realized I was turning the text lines into chibis to squeeze some humor out of them I cut both panels.
Now with a bonus panel because man this comic just exploded with love.
I used to have this concept safely stowed away in my “unnecessarily grim and unsupported by canon” trash can, but after listening to this absolutely fantastic performance and watching Frozen right after, my head dug it up again and wouldn’t let go, so here’s a thought on why Lina became the levitating, sister-hating Slayer with an 11 Int advantage. Not the usual Red Oni Blue Oni, but they’re both cocky pun pinatas ingame anyway, so w/e.
This little project made me painfully aware of how little style variety I have, ugh.
Comes with an attempt at making the usual source info “”watermark”” more discrete for small pics like this one.
Commission, Asian princess character with a puppy equally fabulous and terrifying.
The DOTA2 made me make the dress pattern tell a little story of flooding, bubble chaos and new life in the spirit of Chinese New Year. Tho since I had this thought walf-way through it reads bottom-to-top. Oh well, good things ascending heaven is good enough an excuse for me.