'Why Can't I Hook USB Port to Stern?'

Sci fi/Fantasy image by

Paul Doyle

Better scan is HERE This is for an Elftown contest run by the wonderully talented AJ James---Adnama_Lavode on dA http://adnamalavode.deviantart.com/ ('Adnama' on Elftown, dismal_chocobo on LiveJournal (she's on my LJ friends' list). AJ has a little spoof of the film 'Pirates of the Caribbean' which is called 'Anthro Pirates', featuring good ('Sweet') and evil ('Sour') anthopomorphic characters. All of whom are female. INCREDIBLY GORGEOUS females for the most part, I must add. I particularly like Selera, Mindy and especially Maple ;-) Link to her Elftown 'exported wiki' gallery: Hello, sailor! Anyway, the inside-Elftown version of this wiki (where you can leave comments) caught on like wildfire. It was so popular that AJ announced a 'New Crew contest' which strted back in October, and just ended today. She allowed both male and female 'new crew' members. So naturally, I decided to give Pauly the anthro-Dragon another spin ;-) All in all, I think I like the inked version better. The darks are too dark, and the lights too bright. My entry description (the 99% uncolored version was also entered): 'Jack-of-all-useless-trades Pauly the Anthro-Dragon tries to fix navigation wheel errors on the 'Sweet' ship by downloading self-maintenance programs from the hard drive of his laptop computer. The 'Sour' ship has pulled up impatiently waiting their turn ;-) Ze colorziz! No, I was not on drugs when I colored this. Lemon/Lime for 'Sour', Orange for 'Sweet'. Or something.' Something tells me Selera (AJ's dragoness character) is going to make Pauly the Anthro-Dragon her love-pirate. ;-) :P


Published More than a year ago

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