He just got so darn excited.
Abel has his blonde moments. And he doesn’t even really have any hair.
I just realized I need to an intro comic with these two. And the other little monsters that make up Dot’s crew. They’re probably some of my favorite characters to draw. Them and the Cthulhu family.
‘Tis a silly place.
I need to actually map out where everything is in this universe.
Not everyone lives in the immediate neighborhood – Cleo and most of the Paw Pioneers, for example. And the mermaids, of course. Unless they had a saltwater swimming pool.
Also pretty sure the Seasons live somewhere else, but they just like to hang around. Especially Spring and Summer.
They’ve already got Free Space, Bodybuilder Showing Off, and Hapless Fool Fighting with Seagulls.
Told myself I was going to do at least one mermaid drawing this MerMay. So here we are, back again with our friends Lyric and Anemone doing some human watching. Because as we all know, humans are bizarre, bizarre creatures.
Not gonna let all those years of braces go to waste.
Another one of those ideas I’ve had in my head for ages and finally made its way out.
Honestly, this was just one of those images I’ve had in my head for a while, and I wanted to get it down on paper, so here it is. A little sheep-beast that can make his own yarn.
Also, I have no clue how a spinning wheel works. This was as close as I could get. Or as I could understand.
Look at these little beans!
And we’re back!
Sorry about the brief break. A delightful mix of overthinking things/lack of ideas/general laziness decided to settle in with the new year.
So I decided to get back into the drawing game with Pokemon. And these three little guys have gotten really popular in that community, and I do think they’re adorable.
So here we are – Spike the Pincurchin, Fred the Snom, and Pooka the Pyukumuku. I don’t really do fanart, but this was fun. Might do it again in the future.
POWER OF FRIENDSHIP
Fun fact: my Google history now contains “do bats have wrists.”
Inez is truly an enigma.
Julie-Anne and Eliza clearly subscribe to the same school of thought when it comes to art: more is always more.
There’s just something about being in the water that brings the otter out in her.
I did have to check if bats can swim. Turns out they can. The more you know.
AND the Seasons in one storyline?