Atari 2600 -Tan (Ver 1.0, scrapped)
Due to the Photoshop tools I use (Shape and Vector Shape layers), I can always go back and change the colors later. And with precision, too, not messing about with Hue/Sat. Of course, it’s not as flexible as a regular layer.
I made some rather drastic changes for the 2.0 version, which you’ll see tomorrow. most obviously, I changed style to the one used in my old PS3-tan. Plus six years, to the day, of additional experience.
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And these aren’t even good character designs. They’re just “sexy woman in anime clothes”, all of them. Well, barring the Sentinel, who seems to be a genetically engineered Loli. No, I’m serious.
The worst part is that the mechs are generally well designed, except for the fact that every single one has some woman’s boobs inexplicably hanging out the front.
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I couldn’t stop drawing this guy. I still haven’t found a name for him, but gosh darn he’s my new baby. I’m so happy you did that second palette. It’s just too good!
My original concept involved Cupcake Girl pulling up a sort of bustier or bodice. Then I checked out the Jack Wills Handbook the previous renters of my house neglected to stop delivery on, and got the idea for a kind of off-the-shoulder 80s sweater tube thingy. Kinda like this.
They don’t prosecute people for opening others’ junk mail, do they?
Hey, I'm not familiar with Tumblr (which makes me almost as inhuman as pretending to be a robot on the Internet, I guess) so I don't know if this is actually how I contact you. But I'm the chick behind The Baking Robot and I've gotten some hits today from your cupcake girl (which is how I found it, it's not like I troll Tumblr for things relating to my blog, I don't even know HOW to troll Tumblr). I think she's really freaking awesome and I love it. Would you be okay if I reposted this on FB?