Kind of got myself tagged into this, but hey, OC (original character) exposure is a good thing for everyone, right? RIGHT!?!?
1. I'll make a feature choosing my favorite OC of yours (only the first 18 people to comment, then no more). And will try to add comments on why I favored particular characters of their's in turn.
2. If you comment, please do the same in your journal, putting the tagger on in the first slot. The idea of this is not to get a free feature, it is to spread art and original characters around for everyone!
3. Might be a good idea to add a link your own OC folder / sub-gallery in the comments, to make things way easier for me. And preferably OC art done by you and you alone.
Although a commissions, the voracious purple-pink slime girl and her devoured lady victims are for the most part his original designs. The Purple-Pink Slime Girl I think is way sexier in her dark-skinned human form, regardless of the inflated bust in the later, more risque animations. Her equally shapely human victims are quite the lookers too (especially the first blond one), though I feel kind of bad for starting this journal tag off on a freakish note.
Not much into elastic girls myself, but this gal named Natsu Kigoyami is also the looker when in a stable shape. And again the large bust and dark-skin won me over...OH GOD(zilla), I'm doing it again! Quick, somebody offer some more dignified, or fully non-human Kaiju OC's for me to class this joint up! Humor aside, I really do like the fun look of this one.
Urthe, the Goddess of the Land, along with her two elemental sisters, are original concepts by Balloon Princess, even if the final designs were done by artist Animewave ([link]. I've always been a huge fan of these three sisters, for VERY obvious MALE reasons. But Urthe is the most unique of the three, with her more detailed design, and a wonderfully laid back, if not dopey feel to her eyes.
Ralph has done a lot of funny, likeable, and oddly attractive original characters, but if you had to force me to pick one and only one, I'd always pick sweet and gorgeous Rita Fox; the more level headed and gentler sister to the comedically crazy Ryan Fox. And I almost went for their far more seductive, yet identical (to Rita) mother Scarlet Fox, but the stronger personality of Rita won out in the end.
Although this artist continues to improve with each attempt (along with better looking female figures and designs), I still can't help myself from being lured by his very sexy, yet equally monstrous and murderous, pure white vampire queen, the appropriately named Cream. I hope to see new art featuring Cream in the future, but until than, I still believe this is the best illustration to feature her: [link]
Although this artist mainly dabbles in chibi-style sprites, this particular character named Samurai of Dragon Glacier still stands out as a blue-colored bad-ass. He / she / it comes off like a really awesome Tokusatsu (Japanese live action effects) villain, or a high end monster of the week. And in a very close second, is this love hungry French ghost gal: [link]
I wasn't expecting crayons (colored pencils?), but UltramanReddo's been good to me, and can't be picking with these tags. BUT I have a fondness for quadrupedal sea monsters from the ongoing Ultra Series, and Goronyodon fits the bill quite well. The monster's back-story also brings up memories of American giant monsters, like "The Giant Gila Monster" or even that one "X-Files" episode with the lake monster named Big Blue.
Reginasaurus is a feathery dinosaur monster very much in the Japanese Kaiju (giant monster) mode, and looks to be one heck of a ferocious fighter. And a female one at that - I'd be more surprised, but that seems to be the trend with Kaiju fans and their original beasts, as evident with the game-in-development "Kaiju Combat".
The character is all WarriorKing's doing, though the art was done by the immensely talented who unfortunately has yet to post the piece on her own DeviantART page.