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Beware Electrical

drawn live on the AlexAce & Miniidear fan discord 11/24 & 11/25 2020

Oops! All Corpses!

Sometimes, your Cap’n gives you all crunchberries. Sometimes, it’s all corpses.

I spent a cool 8-11 hours, I don’t know how long really, hyper-focused on turning every piece of Crewmate art in Among Us into a walking corpse. Animated and everything. I didn’t get to the “How to Play” section, but I did do all the map Cover-Art.

I tested it out with some of the folks on the AlexAce discord server. I streamed the drawing process, too.

This was made for PC and is intended to be used only there. I do not plan to make it available in any other way. To use these textures, download the following files and REPLACE the ones in your Steam directory with these. You can return them to normal by telling Steam to validate your files.

http://hatt.schroe.org/games/amongus/globalgamemanagers.assets

http://hatt.schroe.org/games/amongus/sharedassets0.assets

http://hatt.schroe.org/games/amongus/sharedassets2.assets

The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Black Crewmate

sometimes I draw art about art and video games

Among Us

Sometimes I don’t want to write about video games. Sometimes I draw about them.

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ART – “Baby James Franco”

ink on paper – 2018

For the last three years or so I’ve been going to a weekly trivia at The Side Quest. At some point early on, I started drawing things (usually related to the team names we chose) for the host of the quiz. Each one of them kept the drawings (as far as I know) and took them with them as they moved on. The newest quizmaster was previously the scorekeeper, so he was aware of this tradition. He’d also earned himself the nickname of “Baby James Franco”.

This is the first drawing he’s received as quizmaster!

ART – “Hearts”

watercolor – 10×7 in – 2018

More art I’ve neglected to upload. I plan to start putting stuff up daily or something close to that. I’ve also made a givinggrid donation page to help me pay for tuition. There are custom art rewards!

I don’t know why I painted hearts. Jonas says they are a normal heart and a cool heart. I forgot to take a picture of the final shading but it’s not too much different.

ART – “Emma”

Ceramic – 4x4x3 inches – 2013

Ceramic – 4x4x3 inches – 2013

Ceramic – 4x4x3 inches – 2013

More art I’ve neglected to upload. I plan to start putting stuff up daily or something close to that. I’ve also made a givinggrid donation page to help me pay for tuition. There are custom art rewards!

Just like the previously posted Emmett statue, I made a statue of Emma, my father-in-law’s & step-mother-in-law’s pupper. She was a chocolate lab.

ART – “Emmett”

Ceramic – 4x4x3 inches – 2013

Ceramic – 4x4x3 inches – 2013

Ceramic – 4x4x3 inches – 2013

More art I’ve neglected to upload. I plan to start putting stuff up daily or something close to that. I’ve also made a givinggrid donation page to help me pay for tuition. There are custom art rewards!

Back in 2013 I took my first (and last) ceramics class. I felt like I needed more than one semester to be able to figure out a pottery wheel, but I also knew they were forcing the ceramics professor to retire. Out of the 10 or so students in the class, I was the only degree-seeking one (and thus the only one paying full tuition). This was apparently normal for the class—the Project 60 students constantly re-enrolled for the class to get free use of the studio and kilns. Project 60 is one of many programs in the state that allows those over the age of 60 to attend state colleges for nearly free (only pay lab fees) as long as they aren’t working for a degree (otherwise they have to pay). Since the school wasn’t making money off his class, they encouraged him to retire. I’m not thrilled about them forcing people out in that way, but I can understand their point. While there is no ceramics specific class anymore, there is still a sculpture class which includes ceramics.

But anyway, I didn’t get the hang of the pottery wheel so I mostly made statues or figurines. This here is my Emmett pupper, which sits on my husband’s desk at work. Emmett is our ancient Shiba Inu, who we adopted when he was full grown and feral, so we don’t know how old he actually is. We’re estimating 14-16 at this time.

ART – “Nott the Brave”

Watercolor – 10×7 inches – 2018

More art I’ve neglected to upload. I plan to start putting stuff up daily or something close to that. I’ve also made a givinggrid donation page to help me pay for tuition. There are custom art rewards!

After an episode of Critical Role wherein Nott expressed she’s like a mother to Caleb, I envisioned her having the “LET ME SPEAK TO YOUR MANAGER” haircut.

ART – “What’s Inside”

Left Middle – Watercolor – 7×10 inches – 2018

Center Middle – Watercolor – 7×10 inches – 2018

Right Middle – Watercolor – 7×10 inches – 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Most recent of the art I haven’t uploaded lately. I plan to start putting stuff up daily. I’ve also made a givinggrid donation page to help me pay for tuition. There are art rewards!

I’ve been doing a lot of art related to what’s (scientifically) under my skin lately. I intended this to be a 9 part series of medical diagrams that are all Brady-bunching around the central figure that stares at the viewer.