Bubble Guppies


Anyone know that kid show Bubble Guppies? If not, might not want to start watching it. You’ll get sucked in to the adorable madness!

Ahem. Why this kid show you ask? Well I got bored and did a few random searches and came across this show. I looked at the images ( on Google of course) and I noticed a few people who drew the characters in their own perspective. God, they weren’t horrible, it’s just that they were either trying too hard or it looked like a 5 year old drew it (I checked to make sure it wasn’t some little kid who drew it. If it was a little kid, I would say Kudos Kiddo!). So I thought I could give it a try and draw them as teenagers. I tried it, and realized that my favorite characters came out good looking (Gil, Deema and Nonny. Blue hair, Yellow hair and Orange hair.) and my not so favorite came out… Eh. Goby, my second to last least favorite character ( Dark purple haired boy) turned out pretty handsome. As for Molly and Oona (Pink hair and Purple haired girl), not really. I guess I’m good when it comes to drawing men, but I know nothing about their anatomy… I wish I did. All my guy characters would be muscular.

Anyway, I’ll finish the picture, colour it, and post it as soon as I can. Then you guys can tell me what you think.



More Ink, Less Booty

Drawn by Moi.

Drawn by Moi.

One of my late nice sketches. I watched the movie called 10,000 B.C. on Netflix (good movie if you haven’t seen it) and Netflix gave me a little “Suggested Titles” sort of thing, and all 3 titles it gave me were Pirates of the Caribbean movies. I’m not sure what a pirate fantasy movie has to do with the first humans and woolly mammoths but I guess if you can find a way they can relate, then so be it.

Anyway, the pirates made me think about the kids who would play in their backyards with wooden swords and fake eye patches. So, I drew one of my own little scurvy dogs (ba-dum tisss). For some reason, I imagined him as a little elf boy and gave him a pointed ear. The entire drawing was  drawn in Sharpie permanent marker (I refuse to use my ball point pen) and it left me with a terrible after taste at the end of the night. Yuck.

Yes, his hat does say “Arrg!” Yes, it is made out of bones. No, I did not forget the H at the end of “Arrg!” It was a simple suggestion that I ended up liking (I didn’t want to make a lower case H out of bones. So much work, haha).

As some of may be able to tell, my sketching style does in fact come from Anime/Manga. I’m a huge Manga reader (If you don’t believe me, read my post A Pinch Of Me).

So yes, so much ink and no booty to spare for our little elf pirate. Now he must sail the seas in the My Art gallery.


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