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Nails the Barbarian
Nails the Barbarian by (@Nails_the_Tabaxi)

The cover image for my in-progress graphic novel, Tough as Nails, about the Tabaxi barbarian Problems Look Like Nails. This image popped in my head and wouldn't leave me alone until I made it a reality. I hope everyone gets the reference...

Category:
Fantasy
Rating:
Everyone
Class:
Finished Work
Submitted:
66 days and 15 hours ago
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Posted: Saturday, 23 April, 2022 @ 08:17 PM
Rating: 5

This is such a bad-ass pic. I love it.

Posted: Wednesday, 27 April, 2022 @ 02:35 PM

@BadKarma: It's still probably my favorite image I've done of her, to be honest.

Posted: Tuesday, 26 April, 2022 @ 02:04 PM

Love a barbarian (and a Conan reference ;). The felines on the throne are especially appropriate for this character. Good luck with the comic! Hope we get to see more :)

Posted: Wednesday, 27 April, 2022 @ 02:38 PM

@FeralGrinn: Thanks! I'm up to page 83 of the comic, and once it's done I'll have to go back and revise some of the earlier pages to bring the art up to the standard most of the book is at, and then I'll be shopping it around for a publisher. I also have plans for at least 2 sequels, I have a lot of story ideas for Nails (book 2 will explore her past, book 3 her future).

Posted: Wednesday, 27 April, 2022 @ 10:13 PM

@Nails_the_Tabaxi: I do believe that https://www.drivethrucomics.com/ does self-publishing of comics with sales on their site, as well.

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