@Hikaro that's hilarious. Look at us now, discussing our subconscious adventures...
This is as close as I can get to what the pilot looked like. Tons of erasing and redrawing made it really messy and I didn't give as much detail below the elbows as I should have. also the orgiginal paper is trash now thanks to the idea that coloring it would make it better. I'm not doing another unless I trace off this one, I'm spent. Reasons why I don't draw anymore. I could practice to get better but I like to keep my life simple and I'm kinda mentally lazy these past months. Alright, breathe in, hold it, and then
you can barf. They looked a tiny bit more real than anime as well.
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he has a tail but it's straight behind his back under his robe to keep warm.
The snowy white female ambassador wasn't too different but her (all white) hair was more kept, she wore a maroon robe that was down to her knees, and her stature was like a REAL woman, not these porno thinguses with torsos as skinny as a mailbox and with four assets each as big as the top part of a gumball machine. Don't laugh, that's sicko and disgusting. Also they didn't have anything between them, because she was aristocracy/royal, and he was just a pilot in the Space Navy. Of course he was courteous because chivalry isn't dead everywhere, and she was impressed by his skills in flying across the galaxy, but they aren't animals.
As I said before they were seeking meeting with the UN, but they landed in the Rocky Mountains pretty darn close to NORAD's base
. They didn't get far on foot before they were captured and detained. They had a message recorded and sent to the President requesting release and aid in travel to the UN, but it leaked to operatives in the government who also worked for industries that would be destroyed thanks to the alien technology mentioned (let's not name names
), who then pulled strings to change the report to look like hostile aliens (matching the green antennae stereotype) had landed and the video was never actually received. days after orders were sent back to NORAD
to kill the aliens and then destroy the remains. At hearing this over the radio (at the time they were a few miles out from the complex standing beside a snow crawler), they each ran in different directions. The pilot received a shot to the back and died slowly, while the Ambassador escaped fire but was killed not too many days later. Their death triggered a signal from their health monitor (wrist) and their home planet sends an armada through the galaxy again. I don't remember how I got the info about what happened after their death, but I do remember not finding out what happened next other than ships appeared in the sky. If this was a story or perhaps a damn good movie (stereotyped because of the use of CGI, ends up in the ludacris "family" section), more time would be spent on the events before their landing.
Because I was in a sense there, helplessly watching, I still feel sad and traumatized.
EDIT: Did you know that the livestock industry whined to the government and got them to kill over 200 wolves in Montana, when wolves only caused 0.8% percent of livestock deaths, foxes caused 0.5%, but coyotes caused 22%, domestic dogs caused 5% and the rest is natural or caused by man? The price tag for wolf carcases is higher than any other, and it's STILL going up? Honestly I'm sick that my Dad works for Fish and Wildlife even though he works with ducks, because they're supposed to protect all nature and now they're shooting wolves; they even took them of the endangered species list. Just read that all today, and it's true. To any big cattle rancher who thinks I'm sick for loving wolves, build yourself a better fence bucko, the elvish wolf men are coming for you savages. Oh dear, there I went. Yes I still eat meat.