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I drew one of the new Pokémon, Clobbopus, with pencil and pen. It could be better, but I’m only going to revise a sketch in traditional media so many times before moving on with my life.
Here’s a sketch page I did. It’s got Morritriole, my shark-weasel-alien character; Viv Vision and Riri Williams from Marvel Comics; and I don’t know what that thing in the upper-left is.
I’ll need to clean these up, but I’ve been spending a lot of my time directing a panda to punch raccoons forever. And I’m switching to different medication, so caring is hard.
I’ve been fiddling about with a small Galaga-style video game, but I’m not sure if it’s, like, fun? So that’s bumming me out. Anyways, here’s some conceptual sketches of a gumball machine that dispenses gumballs that are also cats.
I drew a shiny Alolan Raichu with her father, an aging standard Raichu who uses his tail like a cane. Like always with traditional media stuff, I’ve gotta clean this up at some point.
Here’s my space cat OC Voyager attacking with her Cosmic Claws! This art was done on traditional media. I have a lot of art to clean of my horrible shaky hands.
A quick drawing based off of classic cartoons and those old movie ads advertising the concessions. Take your medication! Hydrate! Doctors exist for a reason! Capitalism has failed us and the rich are the enemy!
Congratulations! I drew a graduating cat chasing a toy mouse with her rolled-up diploma. It was originally going to be a real mouse but then it wasn’t. I’ll need to clean this and the penguins from before up to slap into Redbubble.