The Twilight Minister I gave Abe more specific pointers for designing than most characters as I had sprited him once as I often do to get a feel for how whatever I'm picturing works before I roll with it, but I still left sort of vague. He wound up coming out pretty much like what I had in mind, with a little longer hair and a moustache - looks good. I like the choice of marks for his eye, sure Abe can tell you more there.
Page came out very nicely but I don't have much more to say about it than that. Weird how these coinciding WaR and BP updates mostly have me talking about design choices for debuting characters.
Speaking of Wright as Rayne, are all of our BP readers also following along with it? The intention is to make the stories mostly able to stand alone so it's not necessary, but I would suggest doing so.
Diversity, one of the corner stones that's been trying to be pushed in contemporary media today. And as you can see, there is all kinds of diversity here in the mystical realm. What with witches and elflings and wizards and faeries and demons and dragons and adventurers can get along, then why can't we. This is one of my favorites shots because of the diversity of it all, but it's not something I like doing when I can't think of any new characters to create. That's one thing I admire in any comic is if you can create a slue of characters without being stale. You knows those background characters you see in comics, that are just disposal as the next person in the crowd, I like the way those characters are it makes you wonder who and what they are. The last bit of imagination you can have in comics since the pictures are already drawn.