This is a Snifflehunch from How to Train your Dragon! I sculpted this fine fellow digitally in Sculptris a while back. This boi took a long time to make, and I'm very satisfied with the result. Thankfully, I used stamps and didn't have to scratch each scale in by hand. The trickiest part I found was the wings. I wonder how this guy could even take off with such a big body and such little wings. Still, I'm very happy with this sculpt! :D
These charming Fruitifuzz are Yellow Straightneck Squashes. As with all fruitifuzz, they ate tons of their namesake fruits when they were hungry larvae, thus developing to resemble them.
Having no claws and being chubby fuzzballs, they aren't adept at climbing. However, like other gourds, they have thick, rough paw pads and powerful mandibles. Being sturdy and strong, they can travel long distances and work for many hours without a sweat. Their mandibles are suited well for gnawing at tough vines and penetrating hard food, making them excellent farmers.
Another fascinating ability they have is the peculiar skill of mimicking sounds just like a parrot! They can screech and squawk and imitate all sorts of sounds. They are very noisy and love to cause a giant ruckus, flapping their long wiry arm fur and knocking things over. You'll know when they're partying around when you hear them strumming on the burblebar, a little bamboo guitar-like instrument. In these squash festivals, it's a tradition to scream out your name at the very top of your lungs. Very noisy and not pleasant when you're trying to sleep, but these parties can be a blast!
I hope y'all enjoyed this Fruitfile log! More fruitifuzz coming soon! See ya later! :3
Hey guys! Long time no see. Since we're in chilly cold autumn now, I've noticed a bunch of squirrels bouncing around. This inspired me to re-draw my old character, Sorville the Grey Squirrel! I hope you guys like him~
Heyo! It's been a long, long, loOOng time since the last post. I love the warrior cats series, and even though I'm only on the fourth book in the main arc, I still decided to doodle Hollyleaf! I quite like Hollyleaf's character. She's- uh-oh! I've spoiled the series for myself, I better not spoil it for you. Anyways, I hope you like this doodle! Cya later!
The chicken-guilt is over for meee~ Here, I give to you, THE PROMISED CHICKEN! This is the fabled very-good-rooster that I drew a few months back. I'm sooo proud of him! He's even singing some sweet songs for us now.
I drew him on paper, then loaded him up into GIMP and did the lineart and coloring. I feel like I got all the rooster-y proportions right, and did the expression and hands very well. I feel so accomplished! >w<
Well, thank you all for reading this! Cya later! Stay bundled up and warm, peeps!
Huehuehue... You thought I was gonna post about the chicken by now! *more evil screeching* This is Ratthew, a rat with a little bit of blue-jay bird in him. (see, tail feathers!) He has an affinity for books and memes, usually reading and viewing them every day. Besides that, he loves spending time in the outdoors, picking mushrooms and berries out in the forest. Sometimes he attaches pretty leaves or mushrooms to his circular earring. He also likes competing in maze races, for who could get to the end first. He's also friends with the chicken and rooster... Aah! Now I'm going to have to post about the chickens next post! Hmm... There's no way to troll you guys more now. I'm just gonna give in! Cya guys that post! =0w0=
Hey guys! I just came back from a school excursion, and interacting with the chickens there made me want to post, not about the chicken and the rooster I made, but of this cassowary! It's still a bird, so I guess it works! So, this is an anthropomorphic cassowary, as you can tell by the arms instead of wings. Anthropomorphic meaning showing human traits, features, or characteristics. I started to draw these birds, and I just couldn't stop! I'll post about the other ones soon. Cassowaries are not endangered or threatened, but they are vulnerable. Their population is declining a little bit, most likely from the loss of habitat. I hope that some day they will not be like other animals, with no habitat and people desperately trying to save them. Ah! I don't want any more animals going the way of the dodo. So, that's it!
Cya all later, peeps!
This is the entry I made for another art contest, but I didn't win... again! :/ Meh, It's fine! Even if I didn't win It's still okay. Art contests, to me, are just very fun and it doesn't matter if you win or lose! It's just a part of life. I used colored markers and some pens to make this. It took half an hour, in estimate. Sorry about this being another short post, I got some math to do! Bye!
Weeeelll... It's been a while since my last post, but the best thing about resolutions are breaking them! Hahaha LOL! But here is a rainbow rooster I drew for my Lolo (grandpa in Filipino). I plan to have an awesome summer time! I hope you'll have a great time too. :D
Hi friends! I've been learning to use PIXELMATOR. It is a really nice drawing app that allows you to get creative. I've been learning sketching, shading and tints in my Art class and I tried to apply them in this artwork.
I like doing art using Pixelmator because I don't have to get messy and clean up after. Ha! I'm still learning to use various tools that they have. I'll try to screen capture my next project and post it on my Vlog.
STAY HAPPY BLOGGERS! :)
This is a collage I made when I was 6 years old. I'm glad we took pics of it because now it's all dried up and not so colorful anymore. Anyway, I used the wilting flowers from our vase, onion peels, crayon and pencil shavings and colored pens to color some parts of the bugs. I also used yarns to outline the honeycomb, puppy and ardvark.
HAPPY SPRINGTIME FRIENDS! :)
Iris is my name.