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Keywords: nostalgia, redesign, imagination, series trivia, voice actor/seiyuu trivia, outside of the box, alternative universes, history.
In honor of Sailor Moon’s 22nd Anniversary with the premiere of Sailor Moon Crystal, and Mobile Suit Gundam’s 35th Anniversary and announcements of Gundam: the Origin and Gundam Reconguista in G, this art jam is to celebrate it. This also marks the 1st anniversary of this blog and first fan art prompt.
With a catch!
You must come up with celebration/tribute submission by combining both series. The keywords are used as a guide to help you create your works. I also encourage variety. Manga adaptations are also acceptable. (Sailor V and Crossbone Gundam). Movies and OVAs/Specials are also included (Like Gundam’s War in the Pocket and Stardust Memory or the Sailor Moon Supers Specials and Ami’s First Love.)
Submissions: one to five as the minimum to the tumblr limit (which is ten as the max), but please keep them together in one post. Please describe your piece(s), provide a link to where you host your work and feel free to share this post with other Gundam and Sailor Moon fans. Of course tag your post with “moon rabbits and mobile suits mix” and/or “moon rabbits and mobile suits mix art jam.”
Please these entries at least PG-17.
Mix it up even further with the previous prompts!
You do collaborations but please decide who will submit and provide the descriptions and sites of those who collaborated.
Has to be brand, new work and no tracing or submiting an old piece you’ve done before. Any style, any medium.
No fan characters please (no long lost siblings or self-inserts) or character bashing. This is to celebrate both series.
If there are any questions, please fill free to contact the moderator.
Metalosis Maligna is a fake disease invented by award-winning Dutch filmmaker Floris Kaayk.
According to the mockumentary, Metalosis Maligna occurs when a metal implant has a bad interaction with human body tissues, causing the metal to grow tendrils that eventually puncture the skin from within and destroy it.
I was skimming through the video at first not knowing it was a mockumentary and landed on the part of the man in bed. I nearly died.
I have been interviewing women who work in Fantasy Illustration about their lives, art and careers. It’s a goldmine of knowledge and advice both for working artists and also for aspiring illustrators and artists.
There are currently 17 different interviews, so get reading and enjoy!