This one came out pretty decently and my daughter is really excited for it because she’s playing Pokémon Leaf green, and just got out of Mount Vernon for like the third time.
This time I actually had her save the game so she doesn’t have to go through the whole ordeal again. Probably when she’s older all teaser about this with her whole having to go through large portions of the game multiple times because she didn’t bother saving she just turned off the system.
Been a few days since I had a chance to post. Kiddo was with her grandmother this weekend and didn’t come home till monday after school and then she refused to clean her room, prompting a loss of Pokemon lunchbag.
All is well again, so here is her Ninetails. We also are out of bags. Hopefully I can run to the store tomorrow.
So I have been working on this blog for a couple months now (February 27th 2017) and I have a pretty good amount of pokemon drawn for my daughter’s lunchbags. Here is a recap of what I have done so far. Bad art days happen fairly often, usually because I did not plan out my pokemon ahead of time and rushed to get them done in the 20-30 minutes I have between when my daughter wakes up, and has to get on the bus. Other times I just can’t get the proportions right or something, and just hand my daughter the lackluster result.My one consolation is that these are done in permanent marker, and other markers. No tracing, no construction lines. I do em in one go, and I either live with any mess ups, or redraw the whole thing.I hope there are those out there who are enjoying this little project of mine.