|6 Sep 2006|| Catrina 'Max' Callahan|
One again, the mini is just to cute. Love the story behind this chick, you gotta love well developed and highly changed characters. Glo 'the Bug' Bowden
replies: "Hee hee...I have so much fun doing the minis. They can have so much expression, and yet I can whip them out in five minutes and they still look good because no one really expects a lot of detail when they're that small. ^_^' And Igotta say amen to that -- who doesn't love well developed, highly changed characters?"
|13 Sep 2006|| Chris Sazzmo Cunningham|
So they harpoon people from the ropes that dangle out of midair?! That's pretty cool... Glo 'the Bug' Bowden
replies: "Yeah, well, you know."
|18 Sep 2006|| Barbara J. Wickham|
What a great character! The idea of acrobatic commrades in arms riding dragons just floats my boat. I can easily imagine the complicated maneuvers they would perform in the great blue yonder while their enemies flounder around in confusion. In fact, this reminds me of a scene in Eldest (second book of the Eragon series) where Eragon jumps from his dragon Saphira in the middle of a battle scene. Eragon has complete confidence that his faithful friend will not let him hit the ground. Does this inspire a new pic with Pyralin and Psych in the midst of such a maneuver? Hmmm...
There I go again letting my mind run amuck. I just can't seem to stop the inspiration from coming when I see your awesome pics! *mischievous chuckle* Glo 'the Bug' Bowden
replies: "Actually, Psych and Lin don't really ride dragons. When Lin/ Pyra*lis* was a dragon, Psych did, but I ditched the idea when I realized that traveling with the group all covert like into the Dark Lord's domain and trying to stick to the shadows in the country side was made difficult by a big ol' dragon in the party. Now that I think of it, if the dragon's aren't *people* anymore, they could be summoned, or just don't have to go into towns and stuff with the group anyhow. Hmm. ^_^ Your comment has gotten my juices flowing on these sadly underdeveloped characters. Thanks for the epiphany!"
|2 Jul 2008|| Hayley M Lazo|
Heh, I’ve had a few characters who’ve gone through this much change; it’s so interesting to see how many phases a character will go through until you find one you like. I’m all for seeing a pic of those two in action.
As for the pic: I luff the boots. And the li’l mini thing is so creative, as well as the spiraling stringy thing and the mini’s interaction with it *gwee*
--Zeal Glo 'the Bug' Bowden
replies: "Ha ha -- funny that you mention the changes Pyralin has gone through, because her most recent one was back into a man. And he’s no longer a dragon. And he’s WAY different than what s/he has ever been.
I’m glad you luff her boots. And I had a lot of fun with the minis on this series of pictures. "