Terrible 

Terrible 

I drew this for Deanna who was feeling a bit down. Fun personal pictures may not always relieve us from our stress completely, but if they can help even a little bit, then its always worth it imo. Anyway, it was just going to be a quick doodle but I always get inspired and motivated when I draw for her so I took it a bit further. Thought it was cute enough to even post here! The cat under Mew is her own original character.

I drew this for Deanna who was feeling a bit down. Fun personal pictures may not always relieve us from our stress completely, but if they can help even a little bit, then its always worth it imo. Anyway, it was just going to be a quick doodle but I always get inspired and motivated when I draw for her so I took it a bit further. Thought it was cute enough to even post here! The cat under Mew is her own original character.

This is what I imagine Dr.Wily does every morning in front of the mirror. 

This is what I imagine Dr.Wily does every morning in front of the mirror. 

Sorry society, I guess I’m just a big ol man child :(

Sorry society, I guess I’m just a big ol man child :(

Deku Tree, more like Diku Tree. 

Deku Tree, more like Diku Tree. 

I sentence you to BEARD

I sentence you to BEARD

GUTSMAN

GUTSMAN

Hairy Potter.

Hairy Potter.

I remember when I was a kid there was this one time I was really excited that Taco Bell was giving out free games on floppy disks when you bought a kids meal. The whole way home I was super excited to plop the thing into my computer and see what it would be. I mean, free video games, whoa dude! That’s a big deal to a little kid. Well I get home and run to my computer and try to put it in. Turns out my shitty old school Tandy only accepted the really floppy 5.25 inch floppy disks not the newfangled 3.5 inch sturdy floppy disks Taco Bell gave out. I was so sad. So very sad. 

I remember when I was a kid there was this one time I was really excited that Taco Bell was giving out free games on floppy disks when you bought a kids meal. The whole way home I was super excited to plop the thing into my computer and see what it would be. I mean, free video games, whoa dude! That’s a big deal to a little kid. Well I get home and run to my computer and try to put it in. Turns out my shitty old school Tandy only accepted the really floppy 5.25 inch floppy disks not the newfangled 3.5 inch sturdy floppy disks Taco Bell gave out. I was so sad. So very sad.