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1 hour ago, Sei Bellissima said:

All these arts are excellent as always :love-struck:

Also, update on Babylands, I got them finished!!


I gotta say it's rare for me to finish and color concepts like this so I think I gotta give credit to @veryrussiancorn for the inspiration (And also my little brother, who inspired baby Rook's appearance lol)

I SAID THIS BEFORE AND I'M GONNA SAY THIS AGAIN. YES. YE S YES YES I'M LOVING THIS. i need to thank you for the inspiration too because those concepts are amazing and you did a great job on them!! thank you so much for this. i love you. 

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RageLeague    1485

Did Rook really choose to leave the Admiralty?


Of course not, because he's dishonorably discharged.


Because he helped the rise during the bread field uprising.



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10 hours ago, minespatch said:


Yo okay I've been having a lot of thoughts about this word. What does it mean to be "official art"? Where is the threshold of officiality? Is the mere fact that it was drawn by a HOLY DEVELOPER give it the SACRED STATUS of OFFICIAL? 

This is just ~my opinion~ and therefore is quite uninformed, but I think that game developers should be allowed to create "unofficial" content related to their game. Maybe it can be made official later, as was the case with the Sal animation--a dev goofing off and then it gets added to one of the update posters. I feel this is particularly important when a game is still in development; take, for example, this ancient drawing of Telvin, now known as Nadan. Not so official now, is it! Aaron was just doing a bunch of extracurricular Griftlands stuff in his free time for Inktober.

Additionally, here is a drawing he straight up calls fanart:  Should it be necessary to call every single extra drawing posted on social media "fanart" for it to be regarded as such?

Maybe I'm just disturbed by this as an artist who likes to deliberately make stupid non-canonical drawings of all sorts of things. The thought that every drawing one makes is given this extra weight of - o f f i c i a l - just because you happen to also work on the project creeps me out.

Hope this doesn't come across as accusatory. If anything, that is indeed an "official chibi Sal". I'll go back to crying over Stephen's grave now. Is Stephen officially named Stephen? heck 

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