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Re: A Place to Share Your Babylon Gardens-based OCs and Furs

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dryideabat wrote:At last, The Genii shows himself. He's like "S'up peons?"
That is exactly like something he'd say. :)

Isn't being a giant super rabbit special enough without being teal? :lol: I sort of like Harrison as a white rabbit - you could make a lot of Wonderland references. ;)
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Hmm, maybe I will keep him as white then. Indeed, I want Heidi to say something along those lines that actually gets a bit of a rise out of him (despite being so quiet and passive... These are pictures of how he smiles by the way).

Maybe later on (after spending some time with Heidi), he kind of breaks character and tries to come-up with a one-liner based on that particular rabbit. "I'm not the one who's late; you are for a very important date... with my foot..." ...LAAAME.
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You haven't learned anything about telling bad jokes have you? :|
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Alistair "Burke" Berkeley! He is a cat who does not like being called Al! I don't exactly know why, but I don't think he likes having a short name... Or maybe he just doesn't like Al. He is an OC.
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So if we call if Al, will he launch himself at us ad beat us up? 8-)
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With sharp claws no doubt... Owwww
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Rem here is the 2nd oldest of my characters that I've used as personas online, and while most of his incarnations have been AI's he's also been a ferret a few times, so here's a HP!-ified version of him.
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You were a pony at one time? I wish I could have seen that!
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Well, he's not a HP! style character, but here.

Sorry, Sketch's pic is a few years old and hand drawn so the quality isn't great.
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And now my life is complete.
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...Well, I genuinely never expected a doodle of a pegasus pony with Goku's hair and my usual colors to elicit that response.
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I was actually just joking around when I had said that. xP
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Bishop.
And yes, that's a King edit. He's a cardigan.
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Woo! Another corgi in Babylon Gardens! :D And by making him a Cardigan instead of a Pembroke, you made him more than your average cookie cutter King corgi. :P Great job! I'm a little jealous of that tail, tho. <.<
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He looks very cute! I love how it came out!
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He's a corgi, has a black bishop chess piece for a tag, and winds up in Babylon gardens shortly after Pete fails to recruit Grape. (spoilered cause that part of the fic hasn't been written yet)

Pretty sure that qualifies him as a king knockoff.
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*Tries to make a Ref Sheet* Welp... I guess I have either finished or I'm very close to finishing my Tamaskanization process, but I guess you can just change my breed now.
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Czukay wrote:*Tries to make a Ref Sheet* Welp... I guess I have either finished or I'm very close to finishing my Tamaskanization process, but I guess you can just change my breed now.
You mean on my other thread? :P
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Yeah, XD just realized that I put that here instead of there. I sometimes get confused between this one and that one ...haha
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Done. ;)
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That picture actually came out very good Czukay! I love how it looks!
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Gawsh, thanks A.D. I try my best. Basically I have to look at some other people's stuff while I do it though, but nevertheless I try to stay true to my own style.
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In case anyone was wondering what Bishop's sister Ripley looked like.
And yes, that tag is based on the Weyland Yutani logo from the Alien movies, though apparently i got the colors backwards... whoops.
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Excellent work Czukay. Nice character models for your protagonist. And I can respect Alistair not wanting to be called Al. How about Burk?... Okay, if that's good, then how Burkster? *claws extend*

Those are some great drawings Buster. I especially like the latest one, Ripley... I get it, Ripley and Bishop... Hopefully things end a little better for this Bishop than the one in Aliens... Not bad for a human.
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That tag in him really came of very nicely! Great job on that picture!
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Amazee Dayzee wrote:That tag in him really came of very nicely
uh... wut? Ripley is Female.

and no, i really didn't do a good job of the tag. It should have looked like this:
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but I got it wrong.
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I got quite a few things to pin up here. A cat, a dog, a raccoon, a litter of puppens, two humans, and a mouse. Prolly just gonna draw'em all in one picture and make reef sheets later. Or make the ref sheets over Spring Break, on paper and in my own style, of course.

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Hey it still looks better than anything I can draw. And sorry for saying she was a male. I never watched Alien so I didn't know.
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Three of my former pets, Speedy, Midnight and Teddy meet one of the current ones, Boo.
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I'm guessing that the parrot is the one that is Boo then?
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yup.
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Awesome work Buster! I especially love the macaw. I take it the turtle's name is Speedy :lol: . Priceless.
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He was surprisingly quick on his feet and a talented escape artist. Last I knew he was somewhere in the general vicinity of a lake, though anyones guess as to where.
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What happened to Teddy and Midnight?
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midnight suffered an unknown ribcage injury (we think a car, but we're not sure) when he was two. as for Teddy, she lasted until she was 14 or 15, but in the end time caught up to her.
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And Speedy ran away?
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this is my intrepretation of the Greek god Hades(AKA The grim reaper) that i have recently featured in my Fan-Fic:
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Hades is a banished spirit that is doomed to appease restless spirits in the Shadowlands(underworld), which is an endless plane of black sand with a single, endless road going in either direction for restless spirits to walk on. For reasons unknown, Hades wears a full suit of armor that covers his entire body and protects him from both Psychic and Physical attacks.
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That's not gonna give anybody nightmares at all!

But great job on it!
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I think it scared the person next to me, he looked over when I was looking at it and then quickly looked at the picture again and then he left...
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that means that this picture is doing what it is supposed to do. Hooray!
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