I’ve been going through the SFM workshop on Steam earlier this evening, and I found some models of classical cartoon characters that I’ve added to my private collection such as Felix the Cat, Tom & Jerry, etc. Oh, and speaking of classical cartoon characters I made my own art picture of my own versions of Felix the Cat and his girlfriend Kitty Kat:
My own version of Felix the Cat is wearing a white Bill’s hat, and my own version of Kitty Kat is dressed in her princess outfit. I’ve got models of both those characters added to my SFM character collection so that I can use them to make this out of my SFM project one of these days, and also for other future projects such as having Kitty Kat kissing Felix the Cat in the cheek while they’re both at the beach getting stoned with bongs, and maybe have Kitty and Felix play Mortal Kombat in a random apartment. 😛
Been doing some hand drawing the other day, and I had an excellent cartoonish thought in my head in which I turned it into my latest hand drawn artwork:
It’s a picture of Special Ed from Crank Yankers meeting Buster Bunny and Plucky Duck from Tiny Toon Adventures. I could just imagine Ed walking around minding his around business when suddenly he sees Buster and Plucky, and then Ed goes ‘I found two cartoon animals! YAAAAAAAAAAAY!!!’. I just thought that was hilarious. 😛
Decided to go through my folder of old screenshots from Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project, and I decided to Photoshop one of them:
This is my hand drawn character named Alexa, a female golfer in red, happily becoming friends with a level 3 robot Mech which looks like a gun with two robotic legs. This Mech has strong upgrades like the large metal slotted hood it has mounted on top of its gun, a happy green light that turns red in alert mode, and a pipebomb launcher attached to its gun. The reason why I made that is because the level 3 Mech in Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project is my most favorite enemy that’s the most strongest regular enemy of all throughout the game.
I made this hand drawn artwork a few days ago of a couple of cartoon characters from Tiny Toon Adventures which are Buster Bunny and Babs Bunny:
The reason I put this up is because I remember watching the series back when I was a little kid.
I’ve been spending some time making artwork this afternoon. Here’s a hand drawn picture dedicated to my sis Overlord Tomala:
It was a Cooking Mama version of Raiden from the Metal Gear Rising series. He’s wear a dark-colored sombrero and a poncho with the same color, he has a black headband-like eyepatch, and he holds a sword used for slicing and dicing fruits and veggies. 😛
Been working on some hand drawn artwork lately. Here’s a picture of what I’ve been doing:
It was a picture of Scorpion and Sub-Zero battling out against each other, and I already uploaded it in the Mortal Kombat 11 artwork section on Steam if anyone would like to see it from there.
I’ve been making some more artwork lately. Here’s a picture of what I’ve been working on:
It was a female golfer named Azalea from the 1999 game Mario Golf for the Game Boy Color, but I modified her to make her one of my own characters.
I’ve been making some good artwork today. I made this picture of three space aliens who are happily loving and hugging their own UFO:
Yep, they sure love that alien spaceship of theirs. 😛
Been doing a little bit of making some art with Photoshop lately. Here’s what I’ve been doing:
It was a picture of four happy and lovely street signs who get to know each other and became friends of love in the daytime city streets. They sure look lovable and even they’re smiles are made of hearts. 🙂
I already gave credit to a Spriters Resource submitter by the name of Dazz for the City Street background sprite from the 2010 PC game Cherry Tree High Comedy Club.