Publishing artwork online is like leaving your wallet in a public place. Your valuables and identity are exposed, and most people who find it are going to keep it for themselves instead of trying to contact you or return it.
So when an artist gets comments and fan art back, it’s a welcome and wonderful surprise. Last week, @the_art_of_bsienk drew this excellent inking of Tiqwah Tawit for Inktober after requesting ideas on Tapastic’s forums. You can check out the link and the artist’s other Inktober work below.
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DAY 6: Tiqwah Tawit OC by @ericczarnikart Find his work on his IG or website Milhamah.com . . . #inktober2018 #inktober #inking #pen #pencilart #pencildrawing #draw #drawing #art #illustration #ocs #request #october #holloween #faries #fantasy #charcters #originalcharacters #illo #tadintionalart #sketch #sketching #process #artist #ink #tapas #tapastic #milhamah
While I hope that more people will create fan art and have fun with “Milhamah,” my biggest short-term goal is to get a community of commenters, especially on this blog, whether it’s talking about:
- The latest “Milhamah” webcomics, including characters and settings\
- Trends in video games, comics and anime
- Artists who inspire me
- My upcoming “Milhamah” roguelike
- Video game mechanics and game design
- Linguistic studies, especially Hebrew, Aramaic, Arabic, Akkadian and Ugaritic
- Archaeology of Biblical times and ancient Near East civilizations, or
- Issues related to Orwellianism, speech and censorship
As a result, I plan to write a bunch of blog pieces on the weekends and schedule them to automatically post throughout the week. While I won’t name countries, lately I’ve been getting a consistent trickle of readers throughout the world, and I want to create content that will entertain and generate discussion.
If you know anyone who would like to read about the topics I mentioned above, send them this way!