I felt like doing another Mario drawing (or rather, Nintendo drawing) and I thought of this scenerio. I am basing Link's home from Link To The Past, even though it would be more logical to base this version of Link and Hyrule from Smash Bros. since they're all about crossovers there.
Look forward to the last episode of TidBits on my birthday, November 20th! And be sure to either pledge, or spread the word, to my Patreon!
I have attached the full-size drawing for download on the Link'd page.
With the announcement that TidBits is ending, I need to think of the next big-scale, constant series of some kind, so my patrons can still have something to expect when they keep coming back! I am thinking a comic series as the replacement monthly show, along with the occasional animation, 2 of which are already in production now!
The more I thought of this crossover idea, the more enthusiastic I became in making it! No I don't know who they're controlling. Probably Daffy, or Elmer Fudd, or even a cartoonist.
For those who want to know, those are Lola and Tina as they appeared in The Looney Tunes Show, only here drawn in the "classic" Looney Tune style and recolored and outfitted for the roles in Inside Out. They are NOT gender-bent Bugs and Daffy! Also, Fear for the longest time was going to be Daffy until I remembered that Sylvester can be more in-character here instead at the last minute. Daffy was also gonna be a gender-bent Disgust until I realized there's now a female Daffy of sorts with a personality that fits Disgust better.
I HATE that control panel! Just for how detailed it is. I could have done some shortcuts and loosely presented them in my own arrangement, but I realized it's best to be faithful to the movie and make it a copy, more or less.
Get a full-rez version by downloading the attachment!
Looney Tunes (C) Warner Bros.
Inside Out (C) Disney Pixar
After the rant I made earlier about how only fan art can get popular online instead of original content as a reply to Malcolm Thomas' post, I am now trying to brainstorm different ways to avoid this while still making good use of popular trends. One solution: using public domain characters. And mixing them in with contemporary commentary, a bit. I was always drawn to The Yellow Kid and so I decided to put him in modern times, and have him comment on journalism not ONLY being in newspapers!
Support my artwork on my Patreon to make it worthwhile! AND I am also thinking of more milestones and rewards, so suggestions for those would help too!
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Favourite genre of music: Classic rock, oldies, jazz, rythum n' blues, bebop, gospel, orchestrational soundtracks
Shell of choice: Do I look like a mollusk to you?!
Skin of choice: Human flesh?
Favourite cartoon character: Wow, if I had a dollar for each of these!
Personal Quote: "It's not what you are that's important. It's what you do." -Norm