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A collaborative superhero universe, where your characters can interact with other creators' characters and create vast stories, akin to the Deviant Universe. There is one caveat: all members must be trans-friendly, as this group in the end will hopefully work towards possibly giving money to trans charities. What would fit under this group's definitions of trans (and for better keyword optimization): transgender, transsexual, transwoman, transman, nonbinary, genderqueer, genderfluid, asexual, intersex, and more I know I'm forgetting.
Founded 2 Months ago
Mar 26, 2017


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Art Creation

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Character submission guidelines

This group will run on monthly challenges (of which you aren't pressured to participate in), and to do so, each participant should put up at least one character. As the title of this says, this is about the submission guidelines:

You don't have a limit on the amount of characters you can submit. However, I suggest you indicate your primary character(s), so others can know who you will most likely be using in challenges. Heroes, villains and others are all permitted.

If you want to submit a fan character, some alterations would have to come into play: their name and history can't reference them being a fan character (a Kryptonian can become an unspecified alien, for instance), and that universe can't interact with everyone else (so, Batman can't show up in a challenge page, for instance, unless the challenge specifically says that one draw characters from outside the group's universe).

Use the templates in the Templates gallery. The colors are: Yellow is heroes, Red is villains, Green is others. Please try not to put "see below" only in a field, and instead actually put something there. Extra info can still go in the description, though. If your character doesn't have a "civilian" look, that section can be left blank.

Your character's entry must have an image in the first image field at least and be in color. Challenges won't need to be submitted in color, but said aspect is important for those who draw your characters and use color.

I hope this isn't too strict. Let me know if it is.


This collection does not have any deviations yet!









Gallery Folders

Transworlds Comics logo (large version) by ShastaB24
Transworlds Comics logo (small version) by ShastaB24
Transworlds Comics character template: villain by ShastaB24
Transworlds Comics character template: other by ShastaB24
Transworlds Comics character template: hero by ShastaB24
Transworlds Comics: Axyridis by lizard-socks
Transworlds Comics: Agent Z946 by ShastaB24
Transworlds Comics: Mineral by ShastaB24
Transworlds Comics: Alpin Aneat by ShastaB24
Open characters
Transworlds Comics: X of the Underground by ShastaB24
Transworlds Comics: Whiffy by ShastaB24
Transworlds Comics: Tetra-None Hepta-Oct by ShastaB24
Transworlds Comics: Shifter by ShastaB24
May 2017 challenge - fan art
We're still fledgling, it seems (even I haven't submitted all the characters I want to, but I plan to at least get all of the superhero team I started to put up, and more villains), but I wanted to still get a challenge in for this month.  Originally, I had simply wanted this to be a simple fan art challenge--draw a character not your own from the group.  However, with only two people having submitted, that would not be incredibly fair.  Besides, there's not much variety.  That's where a new folder in the gallery comes in: Open Characters.  These characters are all public domain and open source characters I decided to post onto the group to flesh out the universe of the blog at the moment.  Many are still created by me, but not all of them.  They were all taken from the Public Domain Superheroes Wiki and Open Source Superheroes Wiki.  There will be more characters continued to be added periodically, as I can only submit 10 deviations a day, and there are 27-29 characters I'm submitting, so the folder will have all the characters I plan on submitting for this likely at this time on the 3rd.

The challenge for May is still to create fan art of a character on the blog, from either the Characters or Open Characters folder.  The character you do fan art for should not be your own, though the piece can be a crossover with one of your characters if you wish.  Color and backgrounds are not required, though encouraged.

In order to be eligible for the gallery, you must submit your entry by May 31st.
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