Gerrion

Members
  • Content count

    154
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

3 Neutral

1 Follower

About Gerrion

  • Rank
    Advanced Member
  • Birthday December 29

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Portugal
  • Interests
    Taking naps, writting, music.
    And orange-flavoured honey!

Recent Profile Visitors

165 profile views
  1. Hi ho! One vote for choice 3, please.
  2. Hi ho! Option 1 for me, please! I can't wait for the Captain to do a Don Quixote quote and accidentally tear one of the windmills' sails.
  3. Hi ho! First of all, something that I didn't mention in its first iteration: thanks, Mineta, for placing links as part of the opening thread, as it helped out my browsing a lot. Second, my vote goes to option 3. My reasoning is in the spoiler below.
  4. I'll say: I prefer the last variant the more due to the bubble coat on her - feels like she has just submerged in a very confident way. Though I think her torso looks shorter than intended, even with her pose in consideration. Nonetheless, an enjoyable drawing. 7/10 from me.
  5. Also, here's a dialogue that I wrote for choice #5. I hope you enjoy it! (Also, to Minetta and BCS: if you enjoy this dialogue and think it to be a good piece for the dialogue's continuation, you have my permission to use it. I know the authors would also have to be in agreement with this - I didn't want to disrespect their work, but I had a lot of fun and care in writing this part, probably the same they'd place on theirs, and hope that, if they agree with the perspective and effort, it could complement their work)
  6. Hi ho! Option #5 for me, please. Why so? Reasons in the spoiler.
  7. Hmm, thought of a joke regarding that: Q: Why weren't U-boats so cheery during WW2? A: Because "Under the Sea" came out on 1989.
  8. Mineta, could I have my vote changed to option 3, please? I have done a rash decision.
  9. Hi ho! One more count for option 2, please.
  10. While i haven't seen the work myself, I'll believe it to be a worthwhile view since it's even approved by the original author.
  11. Hi ho! One vote for option 1, please.
  12. Hi ho! One more vote for option 2, please. While option 1 is something we already know about Pola, and option 3 will most definitely let us and Lampo suffer some more in the net, the second will likely tell us of her tastes in Italian gastronomy. Just remember that, while pizza was a known concept at that time (though not as famous as nowadays), pineapple was only added in 1962. Belles taking sides in that argument would be conflicting with history.
  13. I believe he would hear constructive criticism - If a person has a valid reasoning, the artist could either explain why he ignored said reasoning, explain the purpose behind its denial, or even learn about it and use said interaction to improve, even if slightly, his trade. I also remind that experienced art critics sometimes accept the lack of art teachings if the said artist goes against it in a specific manner, be it to express something or to communicate some notion of value. Since the hair-eating eyes, born from poor experience in layer drawing, is a part of an anime stylization that ended up having a specific charm within the community, its correction didn't evolve and has been allowed to strive as it is. (Off-topic, I wonder if Salmon agrees with this perspective and could share some experiences with us) He'll probably ignore the harsh/bland ones. Since our community is an adult, moderated one (at least that's what I've seen so far) that accepts open dialogue, he'll be hearing us at least.
  14. jojo's colored art is very, very nice. But there's something that's troubling me: did Mahan's eyes eat the hair tips? O.o (My suggestion would be to "trim" her frontal hair just a bit to avoid this)