Last October, WayForward did a Kickstarter for Shantae: Half-Genie Hero. One of their backer rewards was to have your art appear in-game! You'll actually have to find the artwork in the levels to fill a gallery in the hub town, or something like that. So despite the screams of my back account, I decided to take the plunge into crowd-funded video games and fulfill a dream to have my art in a game. (Not counting Mario Paint. Also not counting getting my shit together enough to get into the business.)
Anyway, they just announced the March 2015 deadline for artists. Even though I knocked this out before 2014, I'm suddenly having doubts. It's a problem I have when I do sketches at comic cons. Is this any good? Does this represent my style enough, or did I play it too safe? How would you feel if you picked this up as an unlockable in your video game? I have a few months to go back to the drawing board, so I'm looking for advice here.
(I'm practically setting myself up for people to say to redo it, because now you've already seen it before the games even out.)
This was done in marker and watercolor, with liberal amounts of color tweaking in Photoshop, for those of you who wanted to know.