Sketch-an-Etch

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legend says those who try to scale the mountain never return, but since when could anyone stop someone as determined as you?

so i had a mini idea today. what if, instead of living under the mountain, the monsters lived at the top of it, and frisk attempted to climb it? now, i’m not much of an artist, but i thought it was a really fun little idea! welcome to unexpedition, the everest to our ebott! i’m not sure if i’m going to continue this as a comic, or make it into a design au, or what i’m going to do with it. if you feel like contributing or helping out in any way, just message me or tag me in something! i want your feedback to see if this should be legit!

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I did these at Animangaki as my cover commission (buy sketch an etch and I’ll draw on the cover depending on how much you buy it for (RM5 empty cover, RM10 black and white cover and RM20 colour cover))

Stupidly, again, I forgot to take pictures of the first two commission I did today (I forgot entirely yesterday) which was of Basara from Samurai Shodown and Eren from Attack on Titan.

Oh well, at least I remembered these three.

Also, yes, I only sold 5 of my Sketch an Etch today, ha ha ha ha.

Brave New World, 1945. Adolph Arthur Dehn. Lithograph on wove paper.

“Chronic remorse, as all the moralists are agreed, is a most undesirable sentiment. If you have behaved badly, repent, make what amends you can and address yourself to the task of behaving better next time. On no account brood over your wrongdoing. Rolling in the muck is not the best way of getting clean.”
― Aldous Huxley, Brave New World

Holy cow!!! This Etch A Sketch drawing was dated 1-25-06….exactly 10 years ago!

As an artist, a typical sign of growth is when you look back at your old work with distaste. But I still look back on this Etch A Sketch fondly. If this drawing were still around, I’d do a better job of photographing it…but I am thrilled that I have any evidence of this at all! To give a little perspective on this, I created this when I was 14 years old.