That’s right! Yamino, of Sister Claire, and Chloé, of Go Get a Roomie, will be recording an episode with The Webcomic Beacon mid-November. It will be about fan fiction comics, fannon, character shipping, and all of that jazz! We’ll be talking about Chloé’s Kim Possible fan-comic, as well as Yamino’s multiple tumblr character ships, including Adventure Time!
Speaking of which, if you have a question for either Yamino or Chloé, send us an email (with your name and your question) to WebcomicBeacon@gmail.com and enter for a chance to win a signed copy of the Adventure Time #3 comic book (Yamino’s cover variant), and a character bust sketch of your choice, drawn by either Chloé or Yamino! Two winners total (same prize), only one chance per person!
Questions will be pre-sorted, and organized before the show by The Webcomic Beacon. Both Chloé and Yamino will each pick one best question, to be the winners of the prizes! Winners will be contacted after the show is recorded.
It’sa me, Yaminoooo
Pretend I said that in Mario’s voice, ok
I almost forgot about this guy. And then, Yamino made this… gorgeous being.
This should be a thing! And I absolutely love Yamino’s Human!Luna design!
Deviatnart link: http://yamino.deviantart.com/art/Sailor-Catpile-331552856
IT’S A MASTERPIECE
mako for greatest cat
i also love how ami’s the only one who’s perfectly comfortable at the bottom of all that
That’s ‘cause Ami is used to having Makoto’s weight on her. If you know what I mean.
Also this is freaking adorable and the two best thing to ever come together ever.
Also, I was thinking about it, and I realize Vera could quite easily be interpreted as autistic, and now I can’t unsee it. I really like that idea, especially because if that was the creator’s intent, they didn’t make it the focus of her character, but definitely an important part of shaping who she is and how she reacts to things.
Ack! So cute! And I didn’t even play the game!
This new redesign of Miloo (my muse character, and mascot) reflects my portfolio site(Yamiloo.com)’s redesign.
It used to be white with tons of detailed splashes of rainbows, now it’s black with a much simpler, neon-ish rainbow style. Although I was quite proud of the old site at the time that I made it, and poured a lot of time and effort into its design, it was time to update to something easier to customize and edit rather than a static site.
Here is the old site’s design. You can see how Miloo has changed.
I made that site with a lot of help from my late professor, Jeremy “Sweetwater” Mullins, which is part of the reason I took so long to update it. He’d have wanted me to, though.
I love the new look!