@ahshesgone‘s latest drawing made me gush and fangirl so hard and sooo much that I got Ash into having an art trade with me!!! :DDD *throws confetti around* I’m so happy and soooo insecure that I messed this up sob
Ash requested a pencil drawing from me with Soul and Maka being domestic… and I pimped it a bit with digital colors to not have it too dirty and dull… I hope you like it Ash! ;u; ♥
This trade was a full scale style-swap featuring our faves, Mettaton for her and Undyne for me.
This was prolly one of the most difficult trades I’ve done up to this point, because I was attempting to draw in an art style wildly different than my own. But it was a HECK of a lot of fun.
I think the most fun thing about doing this style swap trade is that there were SEVERAL styles of Mettaton to choose from, and it was really fun to pick a few and try them out. There were also a few different looks for Undyne, but I chose the one that was the funniest to draw.
Aaaand I had some extra corner space so I drew Blooky too.
@spectrumelf, I hope you like this as much as I liked drawing it!! I had a LOT of fun.
Thank you for trading with me!!!✨
Recently I came across this amazing anime called The Royal Tutor thanks to @candies-and-sweets !! We did an art trade and I did my best to draw kai in a cute but kinda attractive otome game style. I had so much fun doing this. Thank you for this art trade
Aerial view looking southwest of Lower Manhattan’s Financial District, in Spring, 1971.
The Twin Towers of World Trade Center (Minoru Yamasaki & Associates-Emery Roth & Sons, 1973) under construction are visible at far right, with the U.S. Steel Building (Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, 1972) under construction and Woolworth Building (Cass Gilbert, 1913) surrounding them. The Cities Service’s Art Deco tower (Clinton & Russell, 1932) are on left, and One Chase Manhattan Plaza (Skimdore, Owings & Merrill, 1961) and Marine Midland Building (Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, 1967) are on the center.