Personally I think “Platypus” sounds much nicer, but it was a request by a Swiss friend and they have odd words for most things. Though she insists that most of the time it’s exactly the English word, just with a funny accent. ^_^
Also, I WILL conquer this beast and figure out how to draw it properly! It’s the sloths all over again, I tell you.
So one of the artists in the gallery, Lindsey Oliver, does these adorable little penguins… Emily just had to meet one!
Look at the amazing colouring people have done from pictures in my gallery! (They are not actually from the book, just doodles from the blog blown up to a larger size.)
I admit they would look even more amazing if I could hold my hand still while taking pictures, and/or remembered to make sure the lens hadn’t just had my thumbs on it, but eh. ^_^
So I was trying to redraw my Coffeehug picture to make it look more interesting. First I tried just adding some hearts in the background:
Then I changed the colours a bit (well not the colours, you know what I mean!):
I thought it was a bit better but by then I wasn’t sure I liked the picture that much anymore at this point and then I came up with this:
Also, if I pour coffee into my computer that will help with it being so outrageously slow, right?
I did a version of this ages back but this one is better and also one can never have too many Unisheep. And I am so making this a card I do not care if no one else in the world wants it ALL of my correspondence will be in Unisheep and it will be glorious. I mean imagine the possibilities! From “Hoorah! You have graduated Uni-versity” to “I love Ewe”, it is eeeeeendless.