Never thirsty! wrote:I haven't had much time to sit down and actually draw characters or anything I have 1 sketch of the same character which would be chloros in multiple forms I can't decide if I want him to be built with proportions similar to that of android 16 or if I want him to be shorter or less muscular and I also have a sketch of him in an evil form called dark chloros he looks somewhat like the winter soldier but with crazy long spiked hair and mma shorts
Okay, so the character designs are copies that I've seen a dozen times before. And one from a film that came out, what, last week? It's a dead tired cliche anyway. You can't even try to pretend your ideas are original. So tell me, what's going to make someone want to read it? They'd pick it up, scan the back, and say, "I could just read Dragonball." That is, they would, if you could even make it to publishing. If you weren't aware, publishing isn't strolling into a company's office, throwing your manuscript on the desk, and telling them to put it in stores. Publishing is a business, and if your story's unsellable, they're not buying. So, again, why would anybody care about your one dimensional characters or your lifeless world or your uninspired story?