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Kalhiki
Grampton St. Rumpterfrabble
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Update first, then to the meat 'n potatoes.
So. Turns out I got a job. So I don't have as much time to work on the comic than I did before. That along with any other delays means that it'll take a little while longer to put out new pages/parts. Sorry for the inconvenience, but... C'est la vie.

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HERO/VILLAIN SUBMISSION: PLEASE READ THOUROUGHLY

NOTE: I'm in more need of Villains than I am Heroes. If you want a greater chance of having one of your characters in the comic, submitting a Villain would be the best option. ;)

UPDATE 7/7/15 Please Read:
I'm getting rid of the "one per customer" rule. I want to be sure I have enough characters, so have at it. However, please separate your entries (ex: Heroes: (links to heroes) ... Villains: (links to villains)). It would make it much easier if I knew what was what.

I'm sure some of you were wondering if I was going to do this again. Well, much like Dawn of Evil's Hero and Villain submissions, you will have the chance to get your Hero/Villain in Takeover. However, DoE's submission was... A bit of a mess. So to clean things up, things are going to be a bit different this time around, so I made a couple of rules:

RULES:
1) Only MoCs or drawings: Mocs (physical or digital) must be full body shots of at least the front. Back shots are welcome, but not necessary. Drawings must also be full body and in color. Same as before, front shots necessary, back shots welcome. I guess if you want, I'll also accept 3D renders.
2) No replacing or cancelling submissions: You got one shot. You can't change your mind after making your submission and swap it out with a different character or simply say you don't want your submission in the comic. Once you submit, it stays.
3) Please label your entry as a Hero or a Villain: It makes things much easier if I know what's what. If you have them, names of your characters are welcome, but not required.
    3a) The best way to submit would be "Hero/Villain: (link to image)"
    3b) Make sure they are indeed Hero Factory-related Heroes and Villains. I don't need any Toa or Decepticons.
4) Disclaimer: By submitting, you provide me the right to use your character in my comic however I see fit. If your character has an established personality, please say so, and I'll try to stick to it as best I can. However, I can't guarantee your character's history or backstory will remain the same. Just remember, this is a fan-made comic and nothing canon, so I can't exactly "ruin" your character in that regard. Furthermore, if your character appears in the comic, like last time, I will give credit. 

Other info (will be updated periodically):
- If you submitted a character for DoE's submission, you're welcome to submit that character again here.
- Since I'm using IFB designs for the Heroes, any Hero you submit will be altered into the IFB 'frame.' You don't need to submit Heroes in that style, just be aware the designs will be different than what you submitted.
- At this time, I'm more in need of Villains than I am Heroes.

I think that covers everything. Please place your submissions in the comment section of this journal as that is the only place I'll be accepting them. You can also post any questions there as well :)

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hubert61 Featured By Owner 3 days ago
merci pour les favs  :)
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ThePowerSoul Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
hai. do u know where meh sandwich go?
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Kalhiki Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2015  Hobbyist
Try the fridge.
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ThePowerSoul Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
tried it. all i found was a toothbrush 
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Kalhiki Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2015  Hobbyist
Then the bathroom?
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IrrationallyRational Featured By Owner Edited Jul 12, 2015  Student General Artist
Hey! I uh, normally I'm just one of those watchers who just checks everything out silently and occasionally leaves a comment, but right now I'm wondering: Since I just use some basic art program that came bundled with my drawing tablet, I've been meaning to switch what program I actually use.

Basically, can I ask what art program you use? And like, what the pros/cons of it are? I'd really like to know.

EDIT: Oh, uh, and is it free?
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Kalhiki Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2015  Hobbyist
I use Paint Tool Sai. Pretty sure it's free (can't be sure since I downloaded it from a third party a while back). It's easy to use and gives you the basics of what you need. Makes clean lines, good selection of brushes and different tools. Best part is that you can learn pretty quickly. It's all straight forward.
I think my biggest issue with it is that there is no text. Like, there is no way to type words. If you want to have words, you have to write it on the canvas (though I've been just putting it in photoshop to get text when I need it. Gets around the issue well enough). 
So, yeah. I recommend downloading it. It's a very nice program.
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IrrationallyRational Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2015  Student General Artist
Alright, thanks! I'll look up a bit more about it and see whatever else I need to know.

Again, thanks!
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Kalhiki Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2015  Hobbyist
No problem!
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plasmaumbrareon Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2015  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Now i posted Alice so you can see hr.
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