"Then one day, while the girl sat
sipping tea, a tiny apricot-colored
planet appeared on the horizon.From the planet, another Luma of
the same color emerged.
"Do you two know each other?!"
the girl asked the two Lumas
gleefully. Despite the girl's
excitement, they seemed uneasy.
The two Lumas neither drew closer
nor backed away from each other.
Instead, they just stared.
Then one Luma broke the silence."My mama!"At once, the apricot Luma parroted
back, "My mama! My mama!"
"My mama!" "My mama!"The two Lumas began to dance
around the girl frantically, and
neither showed any sign of stopping.The girl was so charmed by this
adorable scene that she couldn't
help but laugh."
- An excerpt from Rosalina's Storybook
Hello! I haven't done any video game artwork in a long long long [long] while-- but lo and behold, here's a piece! I picked up Super Mario Galaxy again [a game which I love, btw] and I was going through the stages and I went into the library only to be gobsmacked by one of the most adorable [and wonderfully illustrated] storybooks in the many I've read.
I just had to draw a scene from Rosalina's storybook- I couldn't, absolutely could not resist. It was such a simple style, so it was really quite fun compared to the slightly more detailed things I make myself.
The only thing was that I finished it so quickly! Prints will be available as May's new releases come out.
Well, I hope you enjoy.
A few upcoming things include some Frozen arts, a very lovely Doctor Who piece, and maybe a pinch of Star Wars if I can manage it. UPDATE: This artwork is now available on the official store and Society6!
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