Image(click image to toggle zoom) Uploader Ket-Ralus, October 5, 2011; 23:17 Tags !K 06 2010 @Ket-Ralus Final_Fantasy_(series) Final_Fantasy_XI goblin Goblin_(FFXI) Source Unknown Locked No Parent None. Reposts: PA FA IB PX TK TS PH E6 AG X1 X2 Comments January 1, 2000; 00:00 - Reply Ket-Ralus: Goblin (FFXI), for Dreamous Image Post Date (GMT): 2010-06-10 20:38:41 Image GUID: 2010/06/k7_20100610a_goblin_ffxi_for_dreamous.png January 1, 2000; 00:00 - Reply Ket-Ralus: Goblin (FFXI), for Dreamous Post Date (GMT): 2010-06-10 20:51:15 Progress History: Rough outline started at FurCon 2010. Finished at Califur 2010 (2010-06-05). Posted on FA by Dreamous on 2010-06-07. January 1, 2000; 00:00 - Reply Ket-Ralus: [gallery] <!--more--> Another Goblin picture, though this time it's Rule 34 on Final Fantasy XI! I started the rough outline of this picture in one of <a href="http://www.furaffinity.net/user/dreamous/">Dreamous</a>' sketchbooks back at FurCon earlier this year. I finished it during Califur this past weekend. I originally planned to add shading, but I felt the inking was solid enough on its own. June 11, 2010; 04:19 - Reply temp_anon: Oh, very hot, as always. ;3 Never played XI though, so the star power fap is lost on me. X3 June 11, 2010; 19:43 - Reply Ket-Ralus: I've never played it either, but Dreamous is a big fan, and we both like the Goblin character design. Thanks for the compliment. =} June 14, 2010; 07:39 - Reply temp_anon: Oh you're welcome, although it never takes a whole lot to get a complement from me. =p I'm always impressed with most fan art, I'm kinda jealous. June 14, 2010; 20:33 - Reply Ket-Ralus: Hehe, I know what you mean. Maybe you have some interest in drawing as well? June 15, 2010; 03:41 - Reply temp_anon: Yeah, but I can't draw for beans. =\ I'm jealous of artists, they can draw whatever they want, no matter how bizzare, and have an immediate effect on the viewer. Prose and poetry writers have to draw the reader in first... June 15, 2010; 06:51 - Reply Ket-Ralus: I certainly agree, though writers also have the ability to create a vivid, moving tale that goes far beyond the single frame of a drawing. I think that's one reason I like comics and animation so much: the best of both worlds.