Statistics Total number of submissions:
Dragon Age, Mass Effect, Sengoku Musou, Overwatch Most depicted fandom:
Dragon Age (24 times) Most depicted characters:
Cullen Rutherford (13 times) Dorian Pavus (10 times) Most depicted pairing:
Cullrian (10 times) Most depicted themes:
Romance, Sexuality Number of m/m depictions:
18 Number of m/f depictions:
3 Number of f/f depictions:
2 Number of non-romance/couple depictions:
5 Most used colors:
Interview Did you have more or less output than originally planned?
I tend to plan greater things than I'm able to accomplish. Less.
Which pairing, genre or fandom did you depict that you wouldn't have thought you would at the beginning of the year?
Mercy from Overwatch. Ultimately, el-mroko's art made me look into the fandom/game, and that's not the first time that happened.
What's your personal favorite of all time?
Which challenges did you take? What did you learn from them?
The challenge to start making detailed plans for my workflow and checking off every bulletpoint, very recently.
Another challenge was to 3Dify one of my all-time favorites by traditional artist el-mroko whose achillean (m/m) works I love a lot.
Artistic goals for the coming year?
Getting better at those things on my workflow list I'm not good at yet. Getting faster at the overall creation of an artwork. Producing more quality content from now on.
Out of all submissions from last year, which one was:
Your best picture?
Critiques: 0 Your most popular picture?
Critiques: 0 Picture most under-appreciated?
Critiques: 0 Most fun to do?
Critiques: 0 Sexiest picture?
Critiques: 0 Sweetest picture?
Critiques: 2 Saddest picture?
Critiques: 0 Funniest picture?
Critiques: 0 Picture that polarized the most?
Critiques: 0 Picture that changed your perception of a/the character/s?
Critiques: 1 Picture that was hardest to make?
Critiques: 0 Picture that was created most spontaneously?
Critiques: 0 Show us a small collection of images you enjoyed to create!
to do this meme as well!