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12-01-2010 @ 2:37PM
I hate it when people whinge at artists for their interpretation of their own characters in their own comic.I'm not changing the way I draw non-descript facial pixels for anyone...Unless, of course, you want to pay me £100 a week then I'll glad do it how you want it done! :)@DrakkenfyreAre we looking at the same spacegoats, really? Because in-game the female's horns are a darker colour than the rest of their body though the shade seems to depends on skin colour. As I haven't got play time on my account I can't log in to get a decent screen shot of Kiandra and her black horns. 'The horns are covered with skin. They are not "bony", as in the surface being hard.' I can't seem to find any proof of this... 'Cus the models and official concept art says different.
12-02-2010 @ 1:10AM
Lol! Look what you've done Lady! Cause'n all kinds of a ruckus round here! >)Some interesting debates about spacegoat physiology, but lets just keep that to the lore aspect and not to the artist's depiction of them. See, when you get down to it, we artsy fartsy peeps take special liberties with our creations. Look at all of the comics here, we all interpret things in our own special ways. In fact, it's called "artistic license". We have to renew it every few years at the DMV, but it gives us an unlimited ability to twist and abuse any convention we see fit to fulfill our most evil intentions. mwahahahaha! err... yes well... Anyways! I love how the OoW's characters are designed and executed. Whether it's "canon" or not to have them prehensile is moot; the characters are amazing, the art is amazing, and it's her characters so she can interpret it however she likes. ps... I always thought they were just regular horns.
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