Cue Victory Fanfare!!! The Final Fantasy Collab Poster is finally here thanks to the valiant efforts of hundreds of amazing artists coming from different walks of life and multiple parts of the globe!
Over 200 characters from Final Fantasy I to XV (along with a few memorable spin offs) grace this Crystal themed collage, and it wouldn’t have been possible without the help of these courageous warriors of art whose links to their blogs/twitters are listed below. Thank you so much and
please be excitedhope you all enjoy this lengthy labor of love, Kupo!!!
(Due to the image’s length & nearly 50MB file size, there unfortunately is not an image preview via the Google Drive link, but you can find a few teaser images provided HERE. Sorry for the inconvenience)
The collab is finally done.
Hello friends, I’m a bit strapped for cash at the moment so I will be taking commissions.
You can personalize the commission as much as you’d like, accessories, colour swaps, etc.
Send me a note for more information!
Thanks so much
tek-man replied to your post “Idk what to draw so maybe I’ll take some request, nothing lewd please.”
ryoko from tenchi muyo!
I’m sorry this took so long ;_; The work life is strong.
This was pretty fun and wtf, pangolin are pretty cute. One more request to do.
Idk what to draw so maybe I’ll take some request, nothing lewd please.
This is a very simple script that will send the ctrl+s command every minute while SAI has focus. It only activates on SAI, so it will not ctrl+s while you are doing other things.
Code is taken from here, all I did was change it to work on SAI instead of Spore, and compile it into an exe.
You need to start the exe when you start SAI. (Or you can set up a scheduled event to run it whenever SAI runs, or replace the link to SAI with a batch file that runs both this and SAI—up to you!) It doesn’t have a taskbar presence, so you won’t see anything, though it’ll be in your task manager if you go digging. The first time it ctrl+ses on a file you’ll have to enter a filename. It’s fine to just put in gibberish—you can delete it later! Then click save, and this tool will continue to save as you draw. It will close about a minute after SAI closes, so if you close SAI and start it up again, you need to run the autosaver again too.
It will only save on one-minute intervals when SAI has focus, so in theory if you were excessively multitasking and just never happened to have focus on SAI when it checked, you could go a couple of minutes without saving, plus if you had SAI running in the background for hours, it wouldn’t save in any of that time, but in general this should stop you from losing hours of work from forgetting to save.
If you want to save a backup of something, e.g. before erasing a huge section and you want to make sure you can go back if you don’t like it, please remember to just save as a different filename.