I was literally in bed but I crawled out just to doodle this because there was news from robo furry hell
part of me hopes Bonnie gets fixed somehow, but most of me is excited to see how one haunted robot getting gutted to (I assume) create a brand new one will bode for the angry ghost inside. Will it be glad that it no longer needs to sing every day now that its vessel has been retired? Has it been dragged along with its borrowed parts into a shiny, new, more durable one?
I DO NOT KNOW THE ANSWERS TO THESE QUESTIONS, but I am going back to bed now.
my first time drawing gravity falls fanart and it’s the triangle, i’m already in too deep kids
Exactly 70 layers… and now my hand and my back are dead, time to lie down and watch cartoons forever.
Toc is important and I’m growing to love him it is advised that you hug him tho he is not soft he will pretend to be
i worked for like 10 hours on a big flash project and took an extensive 3 hour exam today and i felt like doing nothing but doodling animatronics in experimental colors so i do what i want dammit
I GUESS this is a fancharacter for FNAF but I didn’t go through the typical design process I usually go through for characters, and he’s a little bit off of the style of FNAF, but that’s because he had the honor of showing up in a dream and being cool enough to warrant that I draw him and consider keeping him around. I like to hold on to characters that spawn inside my dreams, they’re like my subconscious doing design work for me while I’m asleep and then shoving it at me like “hey I made a thing with some decisions you probably wouldn’t normally make but it looks pretty cool so whatever”
Anyways, being a creature from a dream, I have no idea what the hell kind of animal he is. Rabbit, I think? Dog? ??Rabbit-dog?? In my dream he was just wandering a burned down factory and he explained that he was someone’s final project as a robotics major and was made with scraps out of cash constraints and he got sold off somewhere. So I guess his species is, uh, some fictional robotics major’s college-budget chimera