Even if they did not know it was coming, they ought to have known something was coming.
Unbeknown to all but the most studied Tintinologists, Herge had several unfinished stories in progress at the time of his death. This one is somewhat lesser-known than its similarly-titled companion.
Thank you for liking it! As always, I cannot complain if I want to do something, even if it is questionable in the end. Gorf was that a month ago already? I wish I could learn something about polish and presentation when you post something, but I fear I am set in my ways. It is most certainly better to be adaptable. About colours; I usually start with one, without a plan and others branch off from it, and I can only hope it goes well. It helps that I like dark purples slightly more than horrifying greens that do not occur in nature, and when I start with one I rarely get all the way to the other, so this lizard here is generally a safe choice.
This is absolutely wonderful! I gotta question Koshi’s choice of steed though…its a strange day when your snack time is interrupted by a lizard wearing a fringe shirt hahah.
I really love it, the expressions, details and all - also the peachy-orange, yellow and purple colours really look nice together. I learn something new about colours from each illustration of yours! Thank you very much for drawing these silly critters once again!
Koshoodles must have known it was coming, but why did it have to come here?
It is a slightly less scrappity image than it was before!
I draw in my sketch-books a great quantity of dumb beasts and imps just standing around since I ran out of ideas years ago. Here are two of them that do not belong together placed as if they do. You may freely make up your own story because I probably will not!
In the event you were curious how a decent idea becomes clownish rubbish.
What surprises me now is that I reversed the direction of the battleaxe on the [initially inadvertent] tintin figure prior to removing it entirely, and that removing it was one of the last things I did. The progress appears swift toward the end because tumblr seems to have a limit on the amount of trash crammable into one post after all.
Also, if you can identity the characters I started to draw in the seventh and eighth slides then you win a schnibble because after momentary reflection I thought no one would be able to.
I thought that cat looked familiar.