Tuesday, March 28, 2006


A different Fox, this time Coyote's long-suffering brother.

Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Snack attack, motherfucker.

Yeah, Lazy Sunday is awesome.

You know what else is awesome? One Piece.

Know what else is awesome? Saying awesome.

I need to practice my Robin. I totally can't draw her worth shits.

Sunday, March 12, 2006

Feniculi Fenicula

Was trying to do cell-type shading. Came out shockingly well. The whole thing came out shockingly well, actually. I'm so pleased.

Also, they both look really hot in sleepwear. Hrrr.

Friday, March 10, 2006


While I'm thinking about it, here is a tremendous sketchdump of older pictures. I still really like a lot of these, even if they are OLD.

Are you surprised?

Heck and Presley are my current favorites of my dozens and dozens of characters. Certainly my favorite couple.

I tried drawing them more realistically this time. Heck in her undies is easy to draw, only took around ten minutes, but then I'm pretty good at chubby girls. Maybe I should just give up and only draw chubby girls. Presley, since he's a skinny boy, took about forty minutes, comparatively. I am proud of his yawny face though, since I yawn every time I look at it. Success!

(Think about it, though. A comic consisting solely of drawings of chubby girls in their undies. I think it'd be fantastic.)

Thursday, March 09, 2006

Is it dorky in here, or is it me?

It's me. I'm a dork. I've been playing Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney more or less nonstop since it arrived in my mailbox and OHGODHERECOMESTHEFANART.

Seriously. I love this game.

Other than that, here are some more sketches. Kiddifying your characters is a worthwhile excercise, I think.

Saturday, March 04, 2006

The Free People's World-Tree Library

Fox is a television character, and she isn't dead yet. But she will be, soon. She's a character on a television show called The Library. You've never seen The Library on TV, but I bet you wish you had.

You always know Fox by her costume (the too-small green T-shirt, the long, full skirts she wears to hide her tail), by her dramatic hand gestures and body language, by the soft, breathy-squeaky voice the actors use when they are Fox. Fox is funny, dangerous, bad-tempered, flirtatious, greedy, untidy, accident-prone, graceful, and has a mysterious past. In some episodes, Fox is played by male actors, but she always sounds like Fox. And she's always beautiful. Every episode you think that this Fox, surely, is the most beautiful Fox there could ever be, and yet the Fox of the next episode will be even more heartbreakingly beautiful.

Kelly Link, Magic for Beginners