three-apples:

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Three Apples \ Written and drawn by CapnPea \ Color by Kefkafloyd

Best get yer shit kickers on, there’s about to be a throw-down hoedown y’all.

three-apples:

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Three Apples \ Written and drawn by CapnPea \ Color by Kefkafloyd

Best get yer shit kickers on, there’s about to be a throw-down hoedown y’all.

Maybe it's just a rut, just that time everyone goes through where nothing is wrong, but you have no drive to do anything. I'm sure it'll pass, either through time or something coming up that peaks your interest, but I wouldn't worry about it too much, you have too much swag to let this bring you down for too long.

Pffff the only swag I have is on April Fools Day. :P

I hope it is just a rut, I just wish it wasn’t an unusually pervasive one. These kinds of moods come and go with me, but they don’t usually stick around long enough to where I feel the need to address them. Funny though, I talked with my sister today and apparently she’s been going through a similar kind of funk, so… I dunno. Maybe it’s a seasonal kind of thing. It’d be a relief if it were that simple.

It’ll all work out all right eventually.

scherzicscrawlings:

To elaborate, the show is starting to shift away from the “something for all audiences” appeal that it used to have and moving more in line with Hasbro’s bottom line in terms of intended audience.

Which means it is becoming much less palatable, far more “simplified” and overt.  Oh well, nothing lasts forever, and it -is- a cartoon after all.

Well, I agree there’s definitely been a shift, which I think is disappointing and does detract from part of the appeal that I and many others have had for the show. However, I think it still has a lot of all-ages appeal for both the target age group as well as “overall cartoon fans”, and I think it still remains a cartoon that adults can sit down with their kids and be able to enjoy it with them.

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Woolma Lamb, from a 1980s cartoon called “The Get-Along-Gang”.
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I’ve been in kind of a slump the past few weeks, and I’ve had a hard time really concentrating on learning and sketching some of the things I really want to make artwork of (pets, ponies, other things, etc). I decided I’d try drawing something really out of right field that I didn’t have much “attachment” to, in order to kinda get things rolling a little bit, and I remembered this old cartoon.
Now that I’ve drawn Woolma, I may actually revisit some of the other characters, because that short lived show certainly had quite a few cute characters. It’s kind of a shame it was written as just another mindless, saccharine, cheap and easy “little kid cartoon” that the cartoon world was full of back in the 80s, and the fact that it had a terrible time slot on television. I think I’ve seen all of three episodes of the 14 episode run it had. I’d be tickled pink to see some kind of reboot of this series into something with a little more modern appeal, though I’d miss the proliferate use of bows as accessories they had going on back then.

Woolma Lamb, from a 1980s cartoon called “The Get-Along-Gang”.

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AAAAAA yaaay, there we go! Great job spookyewe and thank you! Send me a note with a request if you’d like!
I’ll have a more finished version of Woolma up here in just a moment.

AAAAAA yaaay, there we go! Great job spookyewe and thank you! Send me a note with a request if you’d like!

I’ll have a more finished version of Woolma up here in just a moment.

ratwhiskers:

ratwhiskers:

Pop quiz! Be the first to give me the full name of this character [in my ask box], and I’ll draw you a free request along a similar style[*]. Hint: Her full name is her name followed by her species.
[*]By “similar style”, I mean a simple single character with colors.

Hmmm… not even a guess so far. How about a better hint, huh?
She is a character from a short lived cartoon series that aired in 1984 and ended after just 13 episodes.

Ok, one more hint, and then I’ll give it up.
She and her friends formed a club that meets and hangs out in an abandoned caboose.

ratwhiskers:

ratwhiskers:

Pop quiz! Be the first to give me the full name of this character [in my ask box], and I’ll draw you a free request along a similar style[*]. Hint: Her full name is her name followed by her species.


[*]By “similar style”, I mean a simple single character with colors.

Hmmm… not even a guess so far. How about a better hint, huh?

She is a character from a short lived cartoon series that aired in 1984 and ended after just 13 episodes.

Ok, one more hint, and then I’ll give it up.

She and her friends formed a club that meets and hangs out in an abandoned caboose.

ratwhiskers:

Pop quiz! Be the first to give me the full name of this character [in my ask box], and I’ll draw you a free request along a similar style[*]. Hint: Her full name is her name followed by her species.
[*]By “similar style”, I mean a simple single character with colors.

Hmmm… not even a guess so far. How about a better hint, huh?
She is a character from a short lived cartoon series that aired in 1984 and ended after just 13 episodes.

ratwhiskers:

Pop quiz! Be the first to give me the full name of this character [in my ask box], and I’ll draw you a free request along a similar style[*]. Hint: Her full name is her name followed by her species.


[*]By “similar style”, I mean a simple single character with colors.

Hmmm… not even a guess so far. How about a better hint, huh?

She is a character from a short lived cartoon series that aired in 1984 and ended after just 13 episodes.

Pop quiz! Be the first to give me the full name of this character [in my ask box], and I’ll draw you a free request along a similar style[*]. Hint: Her full name is her name followed by her species.[*]By “similar style”, I mean a simple single character with colors.

Pop quiz! Be the first to give me the full name of this character [in my ask box], and I’ll draw you a free request along a similar style[*]. Hint: Her full name is her name followed by her species.


[*]By “similar style”, I mean a simple single character with colors.