Quick in-between-commissions drawing! I’ve been nothing short of addicted to Animal Crossing: New Leaf ever since it came out here in the US, and I wanted to draw my cat, Hubert, as if he were a villager in the game. He’d be a lazy villager with KK Ragtime playing on his stereo in his house. I imagine that he’d start out with an argyle sweater and his starting home would be a mishmash of miscellaneous things - of note he always has at least two beds on him at all times.
The real Hubert has a ton of beds so I imagine an Animal Crossing Hubert would have more than one bed in his home.
I should do more quick Animal Crossing character doodles! They’re fun.
A commission for Tumblr user tmityler, who as I understand it is doing a project based around robotic creatures! So I drew a spark bat. I was paid a little extra so as an added bonus I made the original sketch a little bit bigger before coloring it and added a quick headshot.
I imagine that the yellow bits would glow and I would have made a gif of that if it didn’t mean having to open Photoshop, which lags to no end on my computer, to do it. Either way this was a very fun project indeed!
In commemoration of the rerelease of Land of Fans and Music, I figured I’d upload the banners I did for both 1 and 2 to this blog as I’m proud of both of them.
My curiosity for Homestuck wouldn’t have been piqued if it weren’t for an early version of a song from the original LOFAM, so I considered it an honor to retroactively contribute to it by making a banner for its new home. I made that banner one big throwback to the style I used way back when I used the oekaki applet, PaintBBS, extensively. Some of the colors on this one are sampled from the original LOFAM cover art, which I did not do myself as I was not an active member of the fandom at the time.
I was recruited to do the banner for LOFAM2 after I volunteered to do the cover art, so it fits more with my standard fare as far as style is concerned. Also I snuck in a reference to Moonsetter because that has to be one of my all-time favorite official songs. You can’t go wrong with Moonsetter.
Maybe I should use that oekaki style again every so often! It’s still fun after all this time.