I already knew that years ago. I wrote a review about this game in celebration for the Year of the Dragon which so happens to be last year. Luckily, I wrote it just in time for Chinese New Year. The celebration started on 23rd January and ended on the 7th February. However, the Year of the Dragon lasted until this year when the Year of the Snake (my Chinese Zodiac year) started.
I think it's more of a request rather than a commision. A commision is where you pay someone to do a drawing, painting, a piece of literature or a piece of artwork for you, I think that's what it means.
I love the fact that both Spyro, Sparx, Jake Long and Ripto are in their original designs. I'm guessing that you don't like the season two design of Jake Long/American Dragon? Just so you know, the crossover fanfiction is a continuation of the original Spyro the Dragon series and American Dragon: Jake Long. I've noticed that Spyro's claws/talons were white this time, they were oddly yellow in your previous drawings.
I like how you made them look seemingly 3-D with the use of different colours and shades ranging from the lightest to the darkest. That must have took you numerous hours and I absolutely adore the attention to detail that you've put into this masterpiece! Spyro having that determined and cocky grin, that is definitely so him. It looks like both him and Jake are all fired up for this epic adventure to rescue Hunter, retrieve the Rainbow Sceptre, put Ripto and his goons in their place and finally, restore peace and balance to the magical world, New York City, the Dragon Realms and the other worlds and realms. Sparx appeared to look like he's ready to face against whatever he and his friends are up against as in rising up to the challenge.
I also loved how menacing Ripto looked, towering sinisterly over the main protagonists, not to mention the wall of scorching, red-hot flames behind him. Off-topic: his evil expression kinda reminds me of Wizpig, the main antagonist from the Nintendo 64 game, Diddy Kong Racing.
Originally, I was gonna bring it back last year in celebration of the Year of the Dragon but unfortunately, I was busy at the time but hopefully, I'll try to bring it back during the summer holidays. It depends whether my family and I are heading to Hong Kong or not for a summer vacation. Here's a fun fact: Hong Kong appeared in American Dragon: Jake Long at least twice.
I don't know why but I usually can't be bothered to post up the chapters on this website. Maybe 'cause I'm too busy or I'm just lazy. The rest of the chapters are on Fanfiction.net.
No problem. And sorry about that commision thing, I don't really understand it either. I just used it because every other works I've seen use that commision thingy. I never watched Jake Long, only short clips, so I don't much about it. Also, Awesome analysis you got there. I really like it.
There is a chance of watching all of the episodes of American Dragon: Jake Long on Youtube. I haven't done commisions before but I think I know what they are. The more episodes of American Dragon: Jake Long you watch, the more you realise how much they have in common. They have more similarities than differences than you can shake a stick at.