Let's call this a special art feature.
It's rare, funny and strange when this happens - since I don't really post about my original projects that often given how obvious it may be by how slow I work and just my own personal insecurities with sharing them, it's more than naturally expected - but when certain artists do decide to take a stab at one of my original characters, it makes me more than happy to see their own interpretations of them.
Firstly, Ivy Ezayre, a 12-year-old FTM transgender boy (he was originally genderqueer, but he changed as I did) of The Time of Chemical Ivy
, an original unproduced screenplay project in-progress, by Asante Chowdhurry/Queen-Asante
as interpreted by her in his pre-transition form:
These are actually older, which should be apparent since Asante has improved immensely as an artist since then, but I never forgot about them and I still adore them, even in her older, simpler style. Heck, she even went out of her way to do two
With that being said, I used to have rough sketches of this character in my gallery, but they have since been put in storage because unfinished concepts don't seem to add anything to my mediocre gallery as it is. I think I ought to finish them...Edit (8 Oct. 2014):
*sigh* I have decided to display at least one of the works in progresses publicly again, but only displayed in my Scraps and not my main gallery.
Secondly, Sage Willoh, a young and miserable Fantine-type character of two single-universe projects - Crimson Sage
and its sequel The Metallic Dollsman
- by Sidney Gonzalez/Rolf-Fan-Girl
Honestly, I only have two finished ''drawings'' (more like crap sketches) of this character up in my gallery so far, and given what little material she had to work off of, she utilised whatever references she had beautifully, I think:
I even went out of my way to make a new Favourites Collection for this type of art here
. I don't expect this collection to fill up, but given these art pieces are somewhat special to me, I wanted to separate them from the rest of my Watchers Feature
(although, they appear in this collection too).
Thank you so much, loves!
I ought to repay you with gifts of your own original characters (or whatever character you'd like). Just give me some time because knowing me, I work at a slow pace.