I’ve seen this floating around tumblr lately, but noticed the source goes back to Deviantart. The artist (who happens to be an old classmate/roommate of mine), has a tumblr here if any of you guys want to follow her!
Also, 60,000+ notes? Damn, gurl. That is insane, haha.
I finally got around to working on the Pokemon Tournament again! Here’s Round 5, Mewtwo vs Garchomp! Starring More Handclaps!
Nooooo, I lost! I thought we were bros, Garchomp, I thought we were bros.
My entry for the Dresden Codak fan art contest! Woo!
This is badass, Mr. Jones! I am too busy being lazy and eating macaroni and cheese to enter, so you better win!
“A Link To The Past”
The entire show is now online at Gallery1988.com, where you can purchase prints & originals.
Aaah, this is too good TOO GOOD. I wish I’d been able to make it out to your show!
I finally finished up my piece for the upcoming Pokemon Battle Royale gallery show and, since a bunch of other artists have been sharing their contributions, I thought I’d post mine! SEAKING. That’s right.
I guess I’ve always just had a soft spot for fish Pokemon and their dead, vacant stares- how do they even function in a fight? Especially if that fight is on land? These are the questions I think we need to be asking. Despite all that I tried to do my best to make Seaking look like a bit of a badass, but Misty’s probably helping him out a bit in that regard.
Light Grey Art Lab
Gaaaawd, I want to marry all of shoomlah’s art.
This is amazing. Fun fact: I saw them at E3 (twice!) but was too chicken to tell them how awesome they are.
If I have a somewhat legitimate reason to add blood to anything, I will.
He looked so pretty when youknowwhat. I kinda want to high five the makeup-artist.
Duuuude, your 3D skills continue to amaze me. So cool.
Going to try and get some prints of this made for Brooklyn Comics and Graphics Fest! Hooray for Star Trek!
In the meantime, you can get prints here!
Oh my god Jean-Luc Picard on the Radar. This is the bright light of my rainy afternoon.
Aaaah, look at the coloring on this! I can’t wait to see the finished piece. Teach me your ways, Ms. Loppington.