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Welcome to Dexter's Laboratory!
Welcome to Dexter's Laboratory! by @tayjudd (Tabi Judd)

Oooooh, lookie! =D

I'm on Dexter's Lab!

... Well, not really, obviously, but that IS supposed to be me standing next to Dexter. As you can see, I'm being very uncreative and using the same basic outfit that Taklay wears. I do that with most of my little fan-characters unless they either don't wear a shirt, or I can't think of the way they would draw a Hawaiian shirt. In other words, being very uncreative and using WEIRD AL ATTIRE. And using what I really look like, or WOULD look like, maybe, as a cartoon.

Yes... my creativity is at an all-time low. Especially since, if you look at the background at the machines, you'll see me trying to take up space with the wires and the little circles which I take to be really big LED's. (Those are the little circuitry lights that usually flash or come on when you turn on a small gadget or whatever.)

Where the word bubbles are were some more space-fillers. There was a sign on the side of the machine that Dexter is standing in front of that says, "Some Poo-A-Tron". And you can probably already see that behind my head, it says, "MOO!"

... I think that's all there is to say about this... Flame me if I missed anything. = |

And so, in conclusion, I shall say that I drew this today, right after watching an hour of Dexter's Lab. Thank you. O_x

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