Sorry, guys. I can’t post anything until June. I have a lot of work to do. AP exams are this week, and I need to study some things. Also, my computer is acting weird. It won’t recognize my wacom, programs are bugging out, and it’s just all around weird. In nutshell, this is just a weird time for me to do anything. Yeesh.
Sorry, everyone. I will not create the Hazel Brown series.
I am sorry. The story was just not coming to me. I can’t do this. I can’t write a gaming comic. I don’t know the first thing about gaming comics. Hazel also needed a better name. What was I thinking? Hazel Brown? That is in no way, shape or form related to gaming! Before I realized that this was a huge mess waiting to happen, I came up with a list of names for her. I know that I’m not making the comic anymore, but I want you to know the other names I had for her. My personal favorites were Domo Arigato, Robin Bots, and April Fools.
Sorry, everyone. You’ve been duped. There was never going to be a Hazel Brown series. I’m sorry if anyone got excited. I just love April Fools day, and I really wanted to play a joke on everyone.
However, I will make it up to you. Here is a list of family friendly webcomics featuring everything from videogame characters to simple, cute critters. All of these comics are rated PG except for The Last of the Polar Bears, which is rated G. I had no hand in creating them, and I am not responsible for any of the sites’ contents.
Enjoy, and happy April Fools day.
Listen, guys. I know I just started posting the pages of my Digimon fancomic, I know that I have two other comics to start, and I know a lot of you are waiting to see at least one page of those comics. However, I must inform you that those projects have to take a backseat. You see, many of my ideas are revamped versions of stories that I created years ago. I usually switch from writing one story to the next. I can never stick to just one. It is something that depends on how I feel at the moment. I know. Switching from one idea to the next so quickly is terrible. It’s a bad habit of mine. I am honestly trying to stop myself from doing it. However, Hazel’s comic has been eating away at me recently. I haven’t done anything with it since 2006 (which, coincidentally, is when I thought of most of my Digimon story), and I think it’s time that I share her with all of you.
Hazel Brown’s comic will not have a set plot. Instead, it will be a gaming webcomic that reviews all of the latest games. Now I know some of you are saying “Sorrel’s a gamer? I never knew she played anything other than Pokemon!” The funny thing is, I play a lot of games. I don’t play them as often as I used to, and I think I might be more of a casual gamer, but I still play games. The comic is worth a shot. After all, what I don’t know, I can read about. It will be like a challenge. I think it’s worth it.
Anyway, Hazel is a spunky robot gamer who takes games a little too seriously. She likes things like Legend of Zelda and Sonic the Hedgehog (she likes popular and obscure franchises). Her favorite MMORPG is Minecraft, and her favorite platform game is Spyro Skylanders. Aside from being a very passionate gamer, Hazel is also very temperamental. Things like annoying waiting in a long line for a movie ticket will make her angry. This personality is a bit different from the characters I’m used to making, but hey! It’s a challenge.
Enjoy the Hazel concept art (It has something that resembles shading!).
I really, truly do.
However, I felt like drawing something with black hair. You see, last year’s animated films had quite a few raven-haired characters. I only got to see one of those movies (I had to read TVtropes articles to learn the plots and endings of some of the others), but that’s not important right now. What’s important is that last year taught me that I am drawn to characters with black hair. They seem to have the most adorable quirks and most amazing personalities (except for Pitch Black. I didn’t get to see Rise of the Guardians, but I can’t look at that character from a frontal view. He’s too creepy for me).
Ms. Kitty here might not have a personality as quirky as other black haired characters. In fact, she looks like the meanest, unfriendliest, most despicable thing I’ve ever drawn. The sketch was fun to make, and I had fun using a small lineart size. However, after a while, working on this became boring. The hair does not even look as nice as I thought it would.
So what did I learn from this? Black hair is hard to color, and sleeve fluff is fun to draw.
Maybe next time I should draw a character with pointy gap teeth. I like characters with pointy teeth and gap teeth.
See you later.
So I was chitchatting with a buddy this weekend. He happens to like Chespin, a new Pokemon for a new Pokemon game. He showed a few pictures of the little cutey, which made me want to draw a Chipette version of it (after all, what good is a chipmunk Pokemon if no one makes an Alvin and the Chipmunks reference?) I have to honestly say that this was a lot of fun. The style is not something I’m used to, but I like it. Maybe I should do more Chipmunk/ Pokemon crossover doodles.
Unfortunately, I am too tired to write anything else.
Good night, all.
Ps: I must give credit where credit is due:
Chipette reference: Here (Please do look at the rest of her art. It is adorable.)
Chespin reference: Here
Ps again: I removed the update page from the site. It just seemed pointless.
Well, I guess I should tell you guys the big secret. I’m separating the comics from the site. They will have their own individual spots on the internet, and Sorrel Sketched This shall be reserved for doodles only.
If you are interested in reading the new, improved Digimon Emergency, just click here.
It seems as though I’m running out of things to say for my posts. I think I’ll try something new. Does anyone here have a favorite cartoon character?
Ps: Sorrel Sketched This turned one year old last week! Go me!
And it only took a month and a half!
Yes, I am back. I don’t have much to report other than the fact that my Birthday was two weeks ago. I’ve been very busy lately (aren’t you tired of hearing that?), but don’t worry. I have not forgotten the site or any of you guys. Hopefully I’ll be able to find time for doodles and comics. Disappointing you guys would make me sad. Anyway, that is all I have to say.
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Merry Christmas, guys. I wanted to make a set of GIFs for you, but I caught a fever and that prevented me from doing anything. I feel a little better, but I don’t think I’ll be able to do anymore of these. If I do do more of these it will be a Christmas miracle.
Anyway, I’m going to rest. I hope you all have a safe Holiday.
Ps: I got the pine brushes from this site.
Thanks for the 500+ pageviews, guys. Good night.
You know how everyone who saw Wreck-it Ralph decided to draw herself as a Sugar Rush racer? I jumped on the bandwagon.
Yes, it’s a blonde version of me, complete with a food theme and cute shoes. I wanted to draw myself as a racer with a popcorn theme.
That shirt says “pop,” in case you were wondering.
I want this outfit…
The movie was awesome. Never in my life have I cried at a Disney movie. I never cried for Bambi’s mom, Simba’s dad, or that annoying little firefly in The Princess and The Frog. Yet I had to fight back the tears when I saw Wreck-It Ralph. That’s not supposed to happen.
I just felt like posting this messy sketch to prove to you that I am still alive. Enjoy.
Farvel, my dears.