|A new original manga series in color by me, about a 4th grade girl who meets a cute creature from outer space and protects her from the bounty hunters that are after her for her incredible powers. |
Genres: Sci-fi/Magical Girl (sort of)
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Figured I could make one of these so people who are visiting my front page can find these links more easily. Also, wanted to create a place where I could place all five of the Review Weeks of Awesome at once.
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For more immediate updates with what's going on in my life, since I rarely write journals and like to save them for bigger announcements. Of course, you can also just look at my Twitter feed at the top of my dA page too. XD
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For those of you who are feeling generous and want to know how to support me in my mission to create this massive series.
Review Weeks of Awesome:
For summaries of and links to all the major prose/comic fan works I've created since 2011.
Review Week of Awesome! - Part 1All right~! Before I get started on the launch of one of my most anticipated original works to date (as anticipated by me, maybe not necessarily so by anyone else except anyone I've told this to, haha), I figure I could look back on all my stories and fan works to date, ever since the very first one that got posted here on dA, and by extension, Fanfiction.net. Here we go!
Part 1: Literature from 2009-2011
During this period of time, I was originally planning on starting on an original manga series; however, after reading a certain series of novels with a powerful ending that reminded me of when I last played PMD: Explorers of Time, I was inspired to go back and rewrite my own version of the dialogue while putting in a Jigglypuff and a Chikorita as placeholders for the main characters. And then, well, one thing led to another, and the next thing I knew, I had really gotten into writing these fan works and using them as an opportunity to improve my storytelli
Review Week of Awesome! - Part 2Continuing on from my last series, I'm going to move onto a new point when I started doing far less literature and far more comics! Get ready for...
Part 2: PMD-E Comics for Arc 1
The comics I made here in the first story line of PMD-Explorers...really weren't the best. Heck, I'd even go so far as to say that they were a giant step back in terms of my storytelling capabilities, and my art quality really took a whipping when I wanted to try to make the transition to 100% digital art. Plus, the incredibly short deadlines made it so that I literally had no time to make some of these look as good as they could have been. Honestly, I have to say that the reason why all of these suck so badly was simply because I am terrible when it comes to writing for strict prompts. It's enough to make you wonder why I even bothered joining this group in the first place! And then we consider the fact that this group had around 1,500 members when I first joined and only th
Review Week of Awesome! - Part 3(Had to submit this as a journal because dA wouldn't let me publish this as a deviation prose piece for this one entry. It's being weird like that...)
The last part was kind of a downer, huh? Don't worry; it starts to get better in...
Part 3: PMD-E Comics and Stories for Arc 2
Oddly enough, despite how much I hated the direction the group went in by Missions 7 and 8 and how glad I was that it quit while it was ahead, Arc 2 (especially for Mission 6) was the time when I regained the storytelling skills that I lost in Arc 1 and I could show everyone stories that were on the level of the fanfiction I was writing just a couple years back. And I even got better in terms of character development and stuff! Not to mention that deadlines for these missions became so long that I was capable of doing up to three comics at once, and even made many of them look at least a little bit good, if not a lot. In terms of both developing my art skills so that I could do dig
Review Week of Awesome! - Part 4While I might have been working on many comics for PMD-Explorers, I still had enough free time to work on other side stories where my storytelling skills could really shine without being bogged down by prompts and stuff! Introducing...
Part 4: Side Stories!
Thanks for the Memories
Originally released: January 13, 2012 - January 28, 2012
Summary: Ligray has been abducted...by aliens! In order for Rigley, Amy, and Chikorita to rush to her rescue, they have to find some way to get into outer space. But when they do, they find that it's way beyond an ordinary rescue mission as their lives are jeopardized, and deep, dark truths behind Ligray and Rigley's memories, their home planet, and their real purposes are revealed...
Pros: The very first story I was able to do without a prompt in the PMD-E universe, woohoo! Though there is a bit of truth to this sin
Review Week of Awesome! - Part 5And finally, we get into the stories and things that can't be classified under any other category! Enter...
Part 5: Miscellaneous/Recent Stories
For some reason, overall, these tend to be the best of the best, and a lot of these don't even count as stories in the traditional sense! Of course, another big reason so many of these are great either in storytelling, art, or both is because they're all my most recent pieces of work, after I've gotten used to drawing entirely digitally. Except for this first one here, in terms of art...
Sixfold League Round One: Neena vs. Nina
Originally released: August 15, 2012 - August 23, 2012
Summary: It's Neena Apirana Lightbloom's first battle in the Sixfold-League tournament versus the faction leader, a girl 1/3rd her age with a very similar sounding name! But dealing with her Magenezone's wacky personality and penchant for b