This is the second Proud Family entry into the MomSwap series, and probably it’ll be the last. LaCienega is the bitchy rival character to Penny from that series (though later on they become sort-of friends). Sunset, her mom, is Penny’s mom’s best friend, so they have sort of a weird relationship with the main family. I don’t actually recall how LaCienega and Sunset’s relationship works, but that’s okay. I would like to point out that I had to tone down LaCienega’s feet quite a bit. In the show they’re almost as long as her legs, which is just too over the top, but I did still make them a bit larger than I normally would.
Hey, so who here remembers Space Warped? Malezor and I started this comic a lifetime ago, and after completing the prologue he’s just been too busy to devote the time needed to continue it. We even tried getting another artist to do the linework (I’m the colorist and co-author of the script) but that didn’t pan out like we’d hoped. In the end Malezor was able to get the first page of Chapter One done in his spare time, and I made a point of coloring it as soon as it was ready.
As you can see, the strange artifact Goten and Trunks found at the end of the prologue unwittingly transported them into the Big Hero 6 universe. Luckily, Hiro happened to be flying by and spotted them. Hopefully he can help them out.
This SFM Compilation I feel like has a wider range of quality in the clips used than most of them I’ve done. This is partly due to just the amount of Judy Hopps animations I could find (there may have been more made between me finishing this video and posting it, but at the time I finished editing this was literally all the clips I had). Basically there are some pretty lackluster animations mixed in with some downright incredible ones, but I’m still pretty happy overall with how this one turned out. I like Judy a lot, and while I haven’t drawn her much at all it was fun to showcase her trying everything here.
I know it’s been a while and some of you may have forgotten about this project, but here’s the third page of hentaib’s comic “Mickey and the Queen” colored by yours truly. This comic is more complex and requires a bit more work than something like “Surprise!” does, but I do plan to keep releasing these pages as I can since I think this comic’s really great. Below is the original version.
Unless I am mistaken, this is the only Patron whose Ask I didn’t get to last month. While last month’s was one I had put off for some time because I didn’t really want to draw that character again (and, before I knew it, the month had passed me by), this one was a welcome change as I’ve actually been wanting to draw Mickey for a while. I have a comic featuring him I’m coloring over on the blog, but other than that the only time he’s shown up in my work was in a commission where he was paying Goofy to let Pluto fuck Max. Since that’s the entirety of his appearance is my own work (colorizations don’t count), I decided to use that in Mickey’s response.
Here’s another commission from the same individual that purchased the last Max Goof pic (and yes, that is Goofy on the bottom here). I can’t remember if I mentioned in that pic that the client had some issues with how it turned out and, while he was ultimately happy with the final product, I agreed to do another version of the concept from a different angle with a specific pose and expression for Max that he provided references for. This is the result, which he seems to really like and I hope you guys will, too.
This commission is from the same client that bought the last Max Goof pic, and has another coming up soonish. The premise is that Max is being punished for his bad grades (hence the ‘D-‘ paper on the bed), but he’s worked out some sex times instead of a normal grounding. Goofy’s not going to be satisfied with him hiding behind his hood the whole time, though.
So I woke up one morning with an intense urge to do something… simple, I guess? I’d been stressing a lot lately over the size of some of the projects I have yet to complete, and while the smart thing might would be to continue grinding away at everything, I felt I needed a bit of a break for the sake of my psyche. I had a sketch started from about a month ago that I decided to pick up and finish because I knew it would be easy and I could do it fast enough to still have time left to work on those other projects later. I’m pretty happy with the final pic, even if it’s not the most technically impressive piece I’ve ever put out.