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Marvel Fanart – Viv & Riri Present!

I did a chibi panel redraw of Marvel’s Champions (2020) featuring Viv Vision and Riri Williams (Ironheart) presenting their messaging app, #ChampionsCharge. They’re my favorite Marvels.

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Man-Moose On The Loose

Once upon a time, I was watching a video of a moose and her calves walking down a road and realized: Hey! That freaks me out a little bit! Too big. Too spindly. Too much leg. Whereupon this strange idea was produced and slowly, ponderously worked on.

Inspired by the bus scene from My Neighbor Totoro, here’s an anthropomorphized moose waiting at a bus stop. For this character design, I wanted to emulate the unnerving nature of a moose with this horrifying woodcutter. Instead of actually giving him antlers, I gave him a moose-themed umbrella as a further reference to Totoro.

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Xinyan – Rockin’

It’s Xinyan! She’s probably my favorite character from Genshin Impact. It’d be nice if she had more content, though.

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LeGBAT – Fun With Acronyms

LGBT is technically an initialism, but I parse it as an acronym instead. So, “enjoy” the inevitable outcome of pronouncing LGBT as a word: cartoon bats with disconcertingly human legs.


I had originally planned to have this done in June, for Pride Month, but then I didn’t. So all y’all are getting it at the end of Disability Awareness Month.


I’ve also added it to my Redbubble, so if you want… this on your stuff, you can get it here: [Redbubble Link]

Momoko – Dynamic

I drew my original character, Murakami Momoko the kitsune samurai, recently. It’s also the first time I’ve drawn that spear both all together and from an angle, so that’s neat.

I do drawings in traditional media for holidays and birthdays, because my grandparents struggle with connecting things that I do digitally with me. Then again, they always seem surprised of the traditional stuff, too, so it’d probably just be easier to switch fully so that my shaky hands are less of a constant detriment.

Mother’s Day Penguins

A set of five penguins, each dressed for a different sport

Happy Mother’s Day! Have a bunch of penguins dressed for sport.

I was originally going to draw a lot more, but I drew the first one too large and, really, how many penguins do I want to bungle with pen and paper anyways?

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Kitsune Naptime

I drew a two-tailed kitsune/fox napping in a bed of grass and flowers.

It’s a little rough, being done with pencil and pen. A bit of a given, really, considering the poor quality of my tools and my congenital hand tremors.

Tales of Momoko: Spear, Animations

A sketch page featuring a number of conceptual spear heads, how Momoko might dodge in game, and different spear combat styles that might be used

I’ve been doing some conceptualizing for the game that I’m definitely going to finish some time don’t worry about it. I’ve just about got the spear to look the way I want; it probably needs a few tweaks, but I’ll cross that bridge when it comes. I also did some sketches of my OC, Momoko, to parse how she’ll move about in game a little bit.

Illustration: Amka Aliyak/Snowguard

I sketched Marvel’s Amka Aliyak (A.K.A., Snowguard) a while back and only just now got around to finishing her. I’d like to see more of her sometime.

Clearly, I don’t know how to draw wings and I have a “Ko-fi” or whatever.

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Tales of Momoko: Shielding, UI Notes

This sketch page has more notes for my game along with a decent sketch of my OC, Momoko the kitsune samurai. The UI is coming along, conceptually, so I’ve turned to gameplay now: specifically, defending.

My research indicates that the Japanese didn’t “wield” shields in the European sense; rather, they “wore” or carried and deployed them, which meant their hands were free for weapons that required two hands.