for the longest time I’ve been avoiding drawing backgrounds, especially buildings, so I am going to try and fix that and practice those from now on
doctor: I’m afraid you have a rare disease called onomatopoeia
patient: is it serious?
doctor: it’s just as bad as it sounds
After that last chapter killed me I knew it was time for a sketch dump. Low and behold, I drew a whole page on Huckleberry Finn (George Jaxon) and his pals Jim and Buck (that kid in the last picture with the mole).
CONFESSION: *inhales* I love drawing long-face Huck, he has such a fun face to draw.
I think I’ve somewhat finished connecting the small fragments to Mark Twain’s “Schoolhouse Hill”. Well, I’ve got a general plot down.
I can’t remember which book from my library I read (Mark Twain’s Little Satan?) but their theories seemed a bit far-fetched for me to believe—and this author got published—so I don’t feel so shameful for making an attempt for a complete story on my own.
Amelia Bedelia? Possibly?
Amelia Bedelia? I don’t remember the “hit the road” incident, but her whole gimmick was taking things literally.
that is exactly who I was thinking of thank you !!
I cannot remember the name of these books I used to read in elementary school (or even be assured if I am remembering them correctly)
all I can recall is that they were about this goofy lady and her antics, and the only specific antic I can remember is someone saying they’re going to “hit the road” and she picks up a stick and literally starts hitting the road.
Does this sound familiar to anybody?
Character model sheet for Horace Horsecollar from “Get a Horse!” in theaters before Frozen.