I know that many of the characters look a tad off, but that's real a result of the artist's particular style more than anything else. On the whole I'm very happy with the way this one turned out. Great to see my vision come to life. I especially love the order everyone is in and how, even though the artist didn't intend it, Al and Mizore look like they're holding hands. Anyway, who's up for some maps?
This map is based on Easternized World from The AltHistory Wikia. It was created by Bruce Munro, a very famous map maker in the online alternate history community. Easternized World is an alternate history where East Asia, rather than the West, became the dominate colonial and cultural power of the world. It remains one of my favorite alternate history scenarios and I love the ways Bruce put his person style on it. You really do want to check out the Deviantart page for the full description Bruce provides.
And here's another scenario from the AltHistory Wikia that I had Bruce cover for me. This one is called Aztec Empire and it features a world where the Aztec Empire never falls. Its a really interesting scenario, thought you can tell at times that the author was young and inexperienced, and I like how Bruce was able to iron out the creases with his take on the scenario. Again, check out the Deviantart link for the full description for the best experience.
Here's one from our pal Shinoharaa. It's Kurumu Korono as Sailor Neptune. I case you're wondering the answer is yes, I do intend to commission a full set of sailor senshi and then some. Well I can't think of anything else to add about this one, so let's move on.
And here we see Kurumu's loving girlfriend...er, I mean "cousin" Milly Ashford as Sailor Uranus. I really think I did a good job with my selections of these two. In Code Geass it's pretty much stated that Milly, and most Britannians for that matter, is bisexual. Meanwhile, Kurumu certainly had her moments with Mizore. Speaking of Mizore...
I'll conclude this post with an honorable mention. Mizore Shirayuki as Sailor Mercury. I didn't actually commission this one, but I certainly looks like something I would have commissioned. This is the one that lead me to Shinoharaa, never in my wildest imagination did I expect to find such art for so cheap a price. And the rest, as they say, is history.
Well, that's enough art for one blog post. I hope you had a great time as usual, and maybe we'll get to do this again soon. I'll see you next time.