Well, it is no exaggeration to say that Common Courtesy has - to date - been far and away the most popular sequence featured through my Donation Project. It's certainly been encouraging to see fans willing to support and keep supporting the creation of new art by talented artists.
Cluedog and I have another project in the works, although I can't yet give an estimate for it (there will probably be at least one shorter piece featured in between).
As always, I would like to thank folks for their support of the project - it does go a long way towards helping me commission additional artwork and I know that the artists appreciate the additional support as well.
So...at this point, let's just start the posting - a little at a time here - but I'll put the whole thing up for anyone who didn't have a chance to donate for it over the last 4 years. As always, you can always leave a tip in the donation box if you appreciate it - or give a little to another artist :)
I guess Mr. Ethridge did figure out a way to cut down on the shoe purchases. Of course, if Mrs. Ethridge is as resourceful as she appears...she's probably already slipped the farrier a few extra quid for some designer hipposandals.
A thought occurs...I may have used this title before for a previous project. No matter.
This is another visual concept I've had percolating for years - and it turns out Synthean was just the artist to bring it to fruition.
More importantly, this is the first time I've imposed on Synthean to add some of his own text. I've loved reading his small quatrains and verses in previous pics (none of my commissions) - and given the period setting, it seemed like the perfect concept - and Synthean was gracious enough to indulge me.
Out of some manner of consideration, I have included a text free version after the break.
Just a heads up - paypal appears to be having technical issues again re: notifications - I haven't received any emails from them today despite sending and receiving several payments - so if you donate and don't hear anything (or get a receipt email) just wait a little while - it's in the system.
As a side note, I will be posting Cluedog's "Common Courtesy" in chunks later this month - it had a good run on the site for over 4 years - definitely the most popular donation art project I've had since starting the project....which is why we're collaborating on a 3rd project currently - hopefully available later this year.
After years of working with Powerman2000, I finally have the opportunity to feature his beautiful expansion art as a part of the donation project.
It's been too long since we featured some serious new expansion work on the Donation Art page and Powerman2000
is just the artist to provide it. Utilizing some of my favorite plant
based tfs and expansion concepts, Powerman2000 has provided a beautiful,
gorgeously colored comic featuring none other than TransRepo Industries
- and their genetic planting grounds. College students who plan on
conducting industrial espionage or undercover journalism...should
probably dress appropriately.
18 full color pages in a high quality pdf file. Three multi-page transformation/expansion sequences. Some
"The TransRepo Effect" is an 18 page comic available for a small donation
of $7.50 - 1/3 of which will go directly back to the artist while the
rest will continue to fund new art! Thanks for the support and let's make 2017 a great TransRepo Year!
Nobody's resources are inexhaustible, but with your assistance, I can continue providing high quality commissions from a wide variety of artists in a variety of styles.
Donate now to receive exclusive art sequences from some of your favorite artists while contributing to future art. Even better, 30% of your donation goes directly to the artist(s) you choose to support.
I aim to have more new selections available throughout 2016.
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*ADDITIONALLY* - please verify that the email account attached to your paypal account is still valid. If you've deactivated the account that shows up next to your name in the paypal receipt - and my emails bounce back - I have no other way to contact you.