Holy Knight (Otaku Eternal) | Posted 09/09/13 | Reply
I would love to participate,I remember your otger challenges
but I never convinced me to enter.I guess its easyer to imagine
Otakuite+ | Posted 09/07/13 | Reply
Krypto The Super Dog and Jake Long The American Dragon! Loved those.
Otaku Eternal | Posted 08/28/13 | Reply
You need at least few characters per piece, coming from several different western TV toons that were released in the same decade of the piece's focus. Remember, this is a crossover-themed challenge As for character counts, you should go at least about 4. Hope it's clear to you. Drawing only one character violates the idea of crossovers.
Lizzy (Otaku Eternal) | Posted 08/28/13 | Reply
ok, but does there have to be 7 characters in each picture? what I if I just wanted to draw one character.
Otaku Legend | Posted 08/28/13 | Reply
Awwwh thank you so much for inviting me, it means so much! Though I haven't uploaded too much art and I suck at art lol and only do traditional well thats the only thing I KNOW sadly, I'll try to do it! :)
Thanks again! ♥
Otaku Eternal | Posted 08/27/13 | Reply
You can do as much as you like. Hey, you can, for example, do more than one 1970s themed piece. However, if, for instance, you do two 1990s pieces sharing the same chaarcters you drew who appeared in 1990s animation, make sure that the second isn't a resubmit of the previous (show a different outline per piece). Hope this help your understanding of the rules.
Lizzy (Otaku Eternal) | Posted 08/27/13 | Reply
sounds fun, but is it madatory to submit several pictures of seven diffrent characters or do we have to submit one picture wit seven characters in it. Im not sure on the rule for that.
Lombax of Earth (Otaku Eternal) | Posted 08/26/13 | Reply
I was happy to see Sam & Max on the 90s list :D A little surprised Bonkers wasn't on there, though ._. Must be a more obscure series.
Still, seems like a fun challenge! :D
Tea pixie (Otaku Eternal) | Posted 08/26/13 | Reply
I really like the sound of this challenge :D