Tabi Judd

It's Klaylin!
It's Klaylin! by @tayjudd (Tabi Judd)

Yes, my tablet is still broken... I drew this with my mouse today! Unlike what I've heard from a lot of other people, drawing comes easily for me. So, usually, when someone dedicates a picture or gives me a picture that's made specially for me... I usually feel bad about it until I do something for them! Well, this isn't really that picture for when Caitlin said that she dedicated that picture of Experament 666 to me... I still have to ink and color that one!

And since I can't draw those little Stitch-guys, I'm drawing her Neverhood character instead. 'Hoodians are fun to draw...

I'd post the link to Caitlin's archive... but the page isn't loading...

I drew this picture on a random doodle board, colored it in MS Paint, and added lighting and shadows and the background from Art Dabbler. Then I added the super-spiffy Neverhood font in MS Paint. Nyeh.

(random) Why is Dib's head so big? WHYYYY IS HIS HEAAD SO BIIIIG!?

... That had nothing to do with anything... I guess... yeah... I'm gonna go back to bed. = /

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Posted: Tuesday, 23 July, 2002 @ 04:08 PM

Whoo! Here I am, surfing the net at school, and just found this after randomly deciding: "Hey, I'm gonna look at Taklay's archive again!" And wow, what a nice surprise! ^^ And all 'cause I dedicated my Experiment 666 pic to you? Aww... I feel so... warm 'n fuzzy... thanks so much! ::hugs::

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