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Sean Lookielook Sandulak (seansandulak) | 918 comments Mod
Making the catdragons for Lord of the Fading Lands was so much fun, I was hoping we could keep sharing our Vaginal Fantasy fan art. If you have a painting, drawing, sculpture, craft project, or even just bad photoshop that you want to share, you can post it here. Subjects can be anything VF related, from your interpretations of current or past book picks, re-imagined book covers, portraits of your favorite co-host, or anything else you can imagine. (Stay classy people!)

Posting images to Goodreads can be a little tricky, so here is a quick guide. (If you haven't posted a profile pic/avatar, you should do that first.) If you have a website where you can post your picture, you can link that instead of uploading to Goodreads. Skip to number 5. Otherwise:
1) Open your profile page in a new tab/window by right-clicking on the little picture in the top right corner of the page.
2) Under your profile picture, there should be a link that says more photos. Follow it.
3) You should be on a page with the title "username>Photos>Profile Photo". Click the "add more photos" link on the top right and upload your picture.
4) Select your picture from the gallery at the top. It should be displayed full-sized in your browser.
5) Go back to the previous window (this page) and begin a comment as you normally would. When you want to place the picture, click on the "(some html is ok)" link above the comment box. Select and copy the following text and paste it in the comment box [Note there is an extra space between < and img so it will display here as text. Don't do this with your image. Also, the links appear shortened.]:

< img src="http://www.goodreads.com/image..." width="40" height="100" alt="description"/>

6) Switch back to the other window and right-click on the image. Select copy the image location or URL. (The exact option will depend on what browser you are using.) Don't use the link shown in the address bar. If you are using an image from your blog, tumblr, etc., you can use that URL here. Please don't post others people's work, just your own.
7) Go back to the comment window and select everything between the quotation marks. Paste your address over the selection.

< img src="http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/..." width="40" height="100" alt="description"/>

8) You can delete everything after the address except the last two characters / and >. [Again, don't leave a space. It should be "/> at the end.]

< img src="http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/..." />

That looks complicated, but its really just copy, paste, copy, paste, delete. If you did it right, your image should show up in the preview window. e.g.



Sean Lookielook Sandulak (seansandulak) | 918 comments Mod
ICYMI or you don't have the twitters, here is the comic teaser I did for this week's Space Assassins show. I've split it into two pages so you can still read the text.





Sean Lookielook Sandulak (seansandulak) | 918 comments Mod
A self-portrait of sorts. I'm just going to leave this here.


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