I didn’t know what to draw tonight so I decided to pick something old of mine and see how much better I could make it. The difference is 8 years. I improve somewhat slowly, but there it is.
He’s an enemy from Donkey Kong 64, by the way!
Lorelei in her favorite outfit from Tomodachi Life. She is, appropriately, a magical girl.
Finally (for tonight) here’s this dork with the dolphin shirt he loves so much. It looks like a shark from a distance.
Some of the dads in our comic! Happy (belated, at this point) Father’s Day!
CONGRATS you big dorks!!
A little bit of Grim Fandango fanart! The announcement that the game is being remastered for the PS4 and Vita finally got me to draw something after playing it a couple years ago.
It’s a very fine game and one of my boyfriend’s very favorites. He was so excited!! (It was really cute.)
dokutamama said: OH because Mario Kart 8 just came out, your favorite Koopaling?
Larry’s the youngest, he’s just bright-eyed and adorable and is that perfect mix of cute and mischievous.
Ludwig, the oldest, I see as being the most serious and mature. He had to grow up fast with so many younger siblings to take care of, not even to mention that (working with the idea that the Koopalings are some kind of royal branch family) he would have become king if something had happened to Bowser. The Koopalings really vary in their opinions towards Jr., but Ludwig was secretly relieved when he was born. I see him as being the creative, introverted type (a composer, after all) who would rather do his own thing than be totally in charge.
I think I got the idea of him being sort of a hipster and always listening to music from Cammi. http://cammiluna.tumblr.com/
As for actually karting, I can’t handle heavyweights, so you’ll see me being Larry most of he time, or sometimes Lemmy or Toadette.
duckmuffin said: Mario & Luigi!
Is it just me (and nostalgia) or did this series peak in its first game?
Part of an ask game to draw your favorite characters from a given series. These guys are all from the original Mario & Luigi game (Superstar Saga) on the Game Boy Advance. The artists managed to squeeze so much personality into the sprites in that game! It’s astounding!