I’m honestly at a loss for words. Musical Ghost, if you’re reading this, THANK YOU!!!! I love your music, and having my art in your video is a HUGE acheivment for me!! Your talent is INCREDIBLE!!!!!! thank you SO MUCH!!!! 😀 Just look how cool this is!!!!!
AND THIS DAPPER GUY IS THE MAIN ATTRACTION!! Well, the music is the main attraction. BUT GASTER COMES AT A CLOSE THIRD-MAIN-ATTRACTION!!! How cool is that?? Thanks, Musical Ghost, and may the pox never fall upon you.
I drew this lil’ nugget (his name’s Rigby) a few days after Anthrocon, and I like him so much, I’m going to make a fursuit just like him!! Please tell me what you think in the comments, fellow internet geeks! I love hearing your feedback.
In other news, GUESS WHO JUST ATTENDED ANTHROCON 2016!!?? That’s right, this nerd!!!! I’ll be uploading a megavideo of all the pictures I took, videos I recorded, and fuzzy friends I made soon! Peace out!
I made this insanity in the lovely month of April 2016. It was a beautiful day outside, but my science teacher, Mr. Shaw, had is all cooped up in the computer lab of my old middle school working on a worksheet. When everybody finished it, we still had about an hour left on the clock, so what were we to do? My friend J immediately started playing with a South Park character generator she found on Bing, but I had… other plans. Enjoy.
Original Post: April 2016
PAINT.NET IS A GOOD PROGRAM
So, it was fifth period in my middle school. My reading class was in the computer lab finishing up a report in the late 1800′s, and all was well. Our teacher made it very clear that we could use the computers in the free time we had after we finished our test, as long as it was school appropriate.
Things went to hell very quickly.
All of the older computers had MS Paint installed on them, and my friends and I immediately used it to our advantage. Here is all of my works of art from that period.
Here we see a rare side view of a two-legged giraffe prancing through nature:
And the new desktop background I added on a whim:
Now, this was all fine and dandy. I saved the pictures to the computer, emailed them to myself so I would have copies, and signed off. That should have been the end.
But some little bastard decided to hinder my hard work and change the desktop background to a picture of Morgan Freeman when I wasn’t there. I was understandably appalled at such behavior, and immediately set to work on a piece of art as such the world had never seen. And so, I present to you, the new desktop background.
Thank you for your patience and time in reading this small, but informative parable.