Freedom League concept artEdit
- Thanks for pointing that out. What's your source? As in, where you got the actual file. —Jak Himself (talk·contributions) 08:24, June 7, 2020 (UTC)
Design Bible artEdit
my bad. Yeah they arent the best, just the only sources i could find. Also whats the policy on the concept art being transparent? i see most of them have the white backgrounds but i see a few transparent so it doesn't seem the most consistent. Also completely unrelated, but have you happened to ever find concept art of Klaww? Ive found something of like literally every other character or enemy but i find it weird there doesn't exist one for one of the bosses.--RexGodwin (talk) 02:44, June 8, 2020 (UTC)
- No worries. Before I got here, concept art was really the only decent-quality image type we had, so the original uploaders made them transparent to look better for the infobox. Now that we have renders for the infoboxes though, we prefer to keep the original concept art backgrounds in-tact to keep them as true to the original composition as possible. When I eventually re-upload all of the concept art from better sources, as I mentioned before, I'll keep the original backgrounds as they were. Haven't gotten around to it simply because it's merely one of many to-do items.
- For Klaww, good question actually. The only thing I've ever found is Charles Zembillas' really early sketches, here. They're on set 30, slides 597 to 603. They're definitely not as finalized as Bob Rafei's and Mark Koerner's stuff, though. I'll probably end up uploading one of the pieces to the wiki, it just depends on if there's a lengthy-enough "Behind the scenes" section for when I revisit Klaww's article, as I've done with yakow or Birdwatcher, for instance. —Jak Himself (talk·contributions) 02:55, June 8, 2020 (UTC)
- Because the quotes themselves are unnecessary. A single quote isn't relevant enough to enough aspects of a topic to warrant putting at the very top above everything else. Whereas a main image is, the infobox is, and the lede section is. Quotes can go in later sections of an article to augment relevant prose, similar to how thumbnail images are used. You can read more about how to properly use quotes at the quote template documentation. —Jak Himself (talk·contributions) 00:36, June 13, 2020 (UTC)