Oct 24, 2008

Mr Dookie

When things couldn't get worst, it got better!

I just found a hidden talent of mine which was doodling. LOL Who would've known that I could doodle draw? LOL

It's not perfect but it does help me express myself.

Here's my first solo doodle. Since I've always been doodling with either one of my friends especially Fredo. LOL

He was initially supposed to be a caterpillar but my friend Max saw it as a dookie (booger, tahi hidung...). So hence how Mr. Dookie got his name.

I doodled this one out of me wanting to go on a holiday. Somehow or rather Mr Dookie ended up looking like a Mexican. No diss to the Mexicans. Was just the first thing I thought of. I wanted it to be somewhat of a Mexican holiday feel to it.

Maybe I should start illustrating my own characters too.

Wonders never cease out of boredom comes inspiration. His moustache is a bit off but I don't care I love Mr Dookie all the same!! :) (lack of sleep equals to emotional attachment to fictional booger characters)

God help me. I need a new character. :P

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