OK, when I first noticed the trailer for Bumblebee (the upcoming film from the Transformers franchise) on my YouTube feed yesterday, it did catch my eye, but I wasn’t terribly excited about it. I was eagerly awaiting the trailer for next year’s Lego movie, after all.😋 Well, I did get around to watching the Bumblebee trailer earlier today and I can now say that I am (cautiously) excited!
This is an illustration of Atsuko, a minor character from the original Inspector Gadget cartoon, which I drew during a live stream on pixiv Sketch LIVE yesterday. There is a also a version for mature people of this illustration, which you can see on my pixiv account. Till next time, au revoir, arrivederci and may the force be with you!
In January, 2008, a new type of figure was released as part of the limited edition version of the PS2 game The Confusion of Haruhi Suzumiya (which is of course, part of the The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya franchise). This figure was of Haruhi Suzumiya herself as a superhero and it marked the beginning of the figma brand of articulated figures, which are now ten years old!
Today (December 30) is the 44th birthday of Maureen Flannigan, the star of one of my favourite sit-coms, Out of this World! I’m not very good at portraits, but for this special occasion I’ve once again made an attempt to draw a picture of Maureen as Evie, the character she played on Out of this World. Till next time, au revoir, arrivederci and may the force be with you!😊
Today (December 30) is the 43rd birthday of Maureen Flannigan! Maureen is best known for her starring role as Evie Garland (one of my favourite characters) on the eighties sitcom Out of this World (one of my favourite American TV shows).
I’ve drawn an illustration (for mature people) of Princess Eilonwy, from the animated film The Black Cauldron, which was released by Disney in 1985. You can see it on my pixiv account. I wonder how many people remember Princess Eilonwy?
Till next time, au revoir, arrivederci and may the force be with you!