If you're a long time watcher you may have noticed my sudden boom in Lion King art, and less art of my beautiful Bovines. I'm not sure if everyone knew, but The Lion King is my favorite movie of all time, and I've always wanted to draw a Lion King fan comic since I first started reading amazing fan comics since I was in middle school. I felt like my skills weren't right for the longest time... But now I'm comfortable enough in my budding Disney style to put a comic forward.
"But what about The Prairie?" you may ask...
This comes with good news and bad news.
The bad news:
I don't know if anyone has noticed, but the Internet is not what it used to be. Original content isn't as protected on DA as I thought. I've heard that companies can come in and steal concepts without much of a struggle. You may have noticed that I recently started watermarking my works, but that doesn't save the idea from being taken. This means that The Prairie may not continue here. It's not a definite fact, but it's something I'm considering. Will this mean I will delete the pages up here? No... As far as I've gotten, the story isn't exactly clear to any suspecting concept thief (I've slaved over this story too long to chance it being taken from me. I started this thing twelve years ago with its original concept and it's been growing from there) there's still a chance I will upload some, but I ask that you be patient... Because...
The good news:
My friends and I will be making our own company. We are going to start out with Web comics, and we hope to blossom into animation in the future. What does this mean? Comic pages will be uploaded (if not rebooted) on our own website! An official website! With a paid for .com! It's not yet real, but we vow it shall be real by next year! It should better protect our rights on our own private website.
So if you watch me for my cows, I encourage you to stay and wait for the website to be announced, and that I will still be drawing story art if not full pages. Again, I don't know if I want to stop altogether, but it's a real possibility.
So... Why lions?
The Lion King isn't my idea, so I don't really have a claim on anything. It's fan fiction. I can have fun and I don't have to worry about my originality getting endangered.
On a side note:
I don't see why you'd want to, but I don't mind Lion King bases being made off my work as long as credit is given. I don't think my stuff is that good, but whatever.
But I DO Mind if bases are made off my original works! (ie: The Prairie and so forth) that is NOT ALLOWED. I have free bases available for use, if not here, you can find them here (TsukasaFanAdoptables
(my adoptable account is experiencing a hiatus at this time)
Thanks for reading!