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Send in the Fanart!

Journal Entry: Thu Jul 2, 2015, 2:43 PM

Howdy, dA friends! I haven't been around all that much lately because I've gotten into this horrible awesome real-life hobby of planning events. Boy, if I used to think organizing online community contests and groups was effort, this is by far soooo many more moving parts I would not have expected at all in those innocent days. At least my online stuff I could more of less manage on my own even with a job. This new stuff IS a full time job and then some!

But it's actually really cool to have geeky nerdy events to share with friends -- and it's an even better way to meet more nerdy friends! There is also some deep part of my gamer nerd soul that feels enriched and fulfilled whenever I pull one off. And then I found out that the lovely RiHouston is also involved in setting up her own Magic City Con game/comic convention this summer, and so I thought: gosh, I want to support her!

And you know what? SO CAN YOU!

The sweetheart that RiHouston is, she's putting together custom fanart albums for each of Magic City Con's featured guests, which includes amazing voice talents like Jennifer Hale (femShep4life!), Steve Blume (Grunt and Oghren), as well as Greg Ellis (Cullen m*therf*ckin' Rutherford). So, you know, if you happen to have some BioWare fanart lying around, like, publicly displayed on the internets, why not show it to the people who inspired you to love the game so much in the first place? (Provided you live in an English-speaking locale, of course.)

As many pieces are you like can be sent between now and July 15th to -- share your love and help make some of our favorite actors feel welcomed by our gaming community!

Are you a sarcastic person? 

19 deviants said What? Who? Me? Never!
2 deviants said Yes. Yes, I am.
1 deviant said No. No, I am not.
1 deviant said Why would you even ask that?


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AllForFire Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2014
Ah, hello, Merry Christmas to you!
I'm terribly if I'm bothering you, but I'm A fellow Bioware fan who recently started posting his Dragon Age Fan-fictions.
Just minutes ago I submitted some of them by mistake to the Mass Effect folder of your BiowareFanClub for review.
I immediatlely re-submited them to the Dragon Age folder, but I merely wanted to give an apologetic heads-up.
Again, terribly sorry for the mistake, hopefully if you find my stories up to snuff, and I submit more in the future, I'll be more certain to be mindfull of the setting.
Cheers Warm Tidings and Happy Holidays to you and All your Kin Sir!^^
InverseReality-2 Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2015
No worries! If the other admins haven't sorted this out for you already (I'm on and off on dA) then please let me know. Happy New Year and hope your 2015 is starting off to a kickin' start!
Mad42Sam Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2014   Digital Artist
Thank you for the fav :)
werewolf90x Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
hey i finished my mass effect artwork. but my work is not in the gallery. WHY
InverseReality-2 Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2014
Hi werewolf90x -- I am assuming you're asking why it hasn't been added to the :iconbiowarefanclub: correct? Can you link to me what work you're talking about?
werewolf90x Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist……

but your guideline saids the polished thing. i worked really really hard on them
InverseReality-2 Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2014
You composition and the proportions would be okay. Unfortunately, I think it's the way that you did the outlines that is probably baring it from entry. If you're working with a pencil sketch, may I suggest that you use a marker or Sharpie to draw some thick outlines first (called inking) before you scan and color them in? If you are working digitally, try downloading a free program like GIMP that will let you do multiple layers (it's really much easier for coloring, too!).

Here is a simple How-To for inking:
YouTube instruction video:…

Believe me, it makes a world of difference in your drawing!
animot Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
thanks a lot for the watch!
noborux Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2013
Hey dude, hows life been for ya?
InverseReality-2 Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2013
Hey you! Life has been ups and downs. Definitely what they call "interesting times". Overall, great learning experiences, lots of stories, miss hanging out with my online buddies, though. How've you been?
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