Accepting Requests: CLOSED!!!
Some DA members have been asking me about status of their art request they made to me. So, I decided to create a status list for those request. I will update the list with each request or requests that I get done. Most of the time, I work and upload requests on the weekends. You are free to change your request as long as I haven't started work on it.
Please don't hound me about how your request is going. That bugs the hell out of me.
& Not Started
Current Number of requests: 13
Current Number of trades: 0
Limit Number of Requests: 20
Limit Number of Trades: 2
1 Request per person. If you already asked for a request, then I won't accept any until that request is done. If my Accepting Request says closed and you still would like a request. Let me know and I'll write your request down to add later when I'm free. If you ask for big belly pregnancies, expect them to be either black and white or done on Photoshop. I will be including sta.sh links of the outlines of all the artwork that I will do.
The following rules on what I will and will not draw.
No man-eating zombies or anything gory.
I don't do pregnant women on toilets any more.
If you are going to ask for any male inflation drawings, you must also include a female inflation.
I won't do any comics that are over 2 pages.
The character limit per drawing is 4.
No More Toilet Drawings. If you already requested a Toilet drawing, I've canceled it.
I'm not good with drawing fighting sequences, so I try to avoid requests that have those, especially if they involve pregnant women.
I don't draw inflation burst drawings or vores.
I don't draw anything related to My Little Pony.
No pregnant children!!!
Before I start this review, I’m going to let you all know that I have no intention of spoiling the movie. The Internet has enough of those already. With that out of the way, let’s begin the review.
Before seeing this movie, I saw a spoiler-free review of the movie, done by Internet celebrity, Doug Walker, and his brother, Rob Walker. In the review, they stated that there was a lot of Episode IV: A New Hope in this movie. And I will admit that I did too, along with my dad, who went to see this movie with me. Despite that, I didn’t ruin the movie for me. I have two reasons for that.
First reason, in a documentary of the making of Episode I: The Phantom Menace, George Lucas compared Star Wars to poetry. As certain lines of poetry repeat themselves, so do certain events within the Star Wars series. Second reason, this movie actually makes fun of itself for repeating certain aspects of Episode IV. If a movie like Star Wars is willing to do that, it should definitely get a pass for story repeating.
Now, lets talk about the characters. To start things off, I’m not going to talk about Luke Skywalker in this movie. It will lead to a spoiler. As for Han Solo and Chewbacca, the magic is still there. Harrison Ford defiantly captures the character of Han Solo in this movie despite the fact he has been out of the role for past couple of decades. What’s great about Harrison’s acting is that you defiantly get the impress that Han has been through a lot between the events of Episode VI: Return of the Jedi and this movie. Also, with this movie, there will be no controversy of whether Han shots first. The banter between Han and Chewy is as great as ever and will give you a good laugh out of you, even during action sequences.
Then there is General Leia Organa, played by Carrie Fisher. Leia doesn’t appear that much in the first half of the movie. I don’t want to say too much because of spoilers. But I will say this; the chemistry between Leia and Han is still there. You feel that defiantly feel that these two had a great romantic relationship after Jedi until something torn them apart. On that note, C-3PO is still can’t read emotions going on between people.
Now, we get on to the new characters, starting with Finn. I like Finn journey in this movie. We seem him go from a stormtrooper for the First Order into being a hero. And it’s a very natural turn, unlike Anakin’s turn in Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.
Then, there is Poe, who is the ace pilot for the Resistance. He’s not a cocky character, like we see in other movies about pilots. He is very caring, especially towards his droid. BB-08. He is very accepting of Finn’s turn from the First Order. These two work well together during certain situations. Although, the banter between these two do get a little annoying, but they don’t last long.
Then, we come to Rey, our heroine of this movie. Daisy Ridley is a great actress and she gave Rey a lot of depth. A lot of that depth comes from her facial expressions. You feel the emotions that she feels during certain scenes. For this being her first movie, Daisy Ridley did a fantastic job and she steals the show.
Let’s talk about the First Order, our new Empire. You definitely get Nazi influence with the First Order, more so then the Empire. There is one scene where it beats you over the head, but it’s just for one scene. I enjoy much of the technology the First Order is using. You can pick up how certain ships, weapons, and armor have evolved and yet still have a feel familiar. Of course, one can say the same with the Resistance. The best example I can think of at the moment is the TIE fighters. It’s appearance is like the TIE fighters from the original trilogy, but there is an add gun and gunner seat to for enemy fighters that are attacking from behind.
Then, we have Kylo Ren, our new villain for this trilogy. He is definitely an emotional villain when compared to the likes of Darth Vader and the other Sith from the previous movies. Kylo Ren even has doubts about whether or not he is worthy of upholding Vader’s legacy. He also throws a temper tantrum with his lightsaber when things don’t go his way. How many villains in movies throw a temper tantrum?
Speaking of Kylo Ren’s lightsaber, I think it’s awesome. With that said, we’ll talk about the lightsaber fights in this movie. It’s not the fancy jumping, spinning, and sword moves like we see in the prequels. There is a lot of hacking and slashing in terms of the lightsaber fighting. The fighting style is more like what you would see in The Lord of the Rings movies, which is very fitting given the events we learn about from this movie.
As for the effects, both practical and special, are top notch. A lot of the people complain that some of the digital characters didn’t fit to well with the movie, like Lord Snoke. For me, I think they worked out great. Sure you can still tell that they are digital, but you get drawn away by their personality. As for the practical, good god, they are well done, especially BB-08. You can tell what that little droid is thinking and feeling with just the slightest slide of its head. In all honest, you can forget that BB-08 is a practical effect and think of him as character, like R2-D2. To sum up the effect is that they work well together. Neither side of the effects was trying to overwhelm the other. Basically, when it comes to the effects, this movie has the balance that we wanted to see in the prequels.
The music in this movie is top notch too, which one would expect from the legendary John Williams. Sound effects: just as great, especially when it came to Kylo Ren’s lightsaber. When you hear those crackling sounds in the background, you know Kylo Ren is near and something bad is about to happen.
On the whole, I enjoyed this movie very much. Did it leave me with a lot of questions as to how things got to where they are in this movie? Hell, yes. But I’m not going cry over this movie not explaining everything or let it ruin my movie going experience. Why? Because I’m sure that Episode VIII and Episode IX, as well as the future Star Wars novels, will provide clarity to these questions. I enjoyed the action, which had me on the edge of my seat. I enjoyed the suspense. I laughed at a lot of the funny moments and the banter between characters. It was a fun ride from beginning to end. This is definitely one of those movies that you want to talk about to your friends and family, but you can’t because you’ll spoil the movie for them. A lesson my dad didn’t learn. Any movie that gives you that kind of feeling deserves 5 stars out of me. If you haven’t seen this movie yet, I suggest you buy a ticket from the closest movie theater that has it right now.
I've been drawing since I was kid. I'm a Full Sail University Graduate. And I'm in a relationship.|
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