I was asked by to take part in a stats tag where you post your most faved, most commented on, and most viewed picture.
My most faved and commented on picture is "Luna Gaga" with 136 favorites and 106 comments. I got the idea when I thought wouldn't it be funny to see Lady Gaga in Luna Lovegood's Quibbler glasses from the movie? So I made that one evening at the quilt shop. I guess half of the comments might be mine, but that was a reply to all who commented. I actually remember wondering if I could get a page 2 for comments (like some of the cool kids here get just by posting a effortless snapshot of a rainy window or something) because this drawing's mild popularity was a surprise. I tried another stupid picture of Lady Gaga as Adora (She Ra) because of the no pants thing in the worlds of Etheria and Eternia, but it never caught on like Luna Gaga. That goes to show what I already knew: if you TRY to make something popular or to recreate a happy accident it will never work. This is why Birdemic 2 didn't catch on. Because director Nguyen TRIED to make a sequel to his accidentally terrible and hilarious bad good movie, Birdemic Shock and Terror. Oh yeah, I didn't get a page 2.
My most viewed picture is "Hermione Attacks Ron" with 5,292 views ("Luna Gaga" has 3,518). I actually like this. I like the anatomy (mostly in Hermione because Ron is more bulky) and action. But there are SO many things I'd add to it, not just the lack of background. This is one of the several I'd like to do a "then and now" remake of, but I also think you should leave older things alone because redoing them discredits them, so I don't know.
As a bonus since one picture is two stats, the prequel I made after "Hermione Attacks Ron" is "Hermione Watching." I like this one possibly better than "Hermione Attacks Ron" even though it has about one third of the views and only 17 comments and 57 faves. But still, even with those stats (because you can't control or tell others what of yours to like most), see what even the gruffest of backgrounds can do! Much more is being told.
You'd probably think that I'm a Hermione and Ron fan, but I really never read those books to see who's gonna end up with whom. Those books are so much more interesting than that (and it was painfully obvious she was writing these two to be together even if she reneged the idea recently). Also, I don't like Ron. Possibly that's why I like "Hermione Watching" better. Because he's not there.
Other than these and a few others (mostly Harry Potter stuff), I don't have many mildly popular things. Hmm, maybe I should get back into Harry Potter drawings! I tag anyone who wants to share.