Flowey is the first character you see in Undertale, and his story... let’s just say it’s unique. Also, turns out, it translates well to digital flipbook, or at least animated GIF form.
Not too realistic, because an overly realistic Star Fox cast would just be animals in flight jackets. But this is a good compromise.
If you haven’t seen Star Wars: The Force Awakens yet, why bother? Just troll the entire world by saying you were too busy or that Star Wars is just okay or that you’re totally fine with missing out on whatever silly pop culture thing takes over the world for a few minutes every year. Just watch this hilarious speedrun…
This must be an alternate Sonic whose MO is to make enemies keel over from his cuteness. He was doodled by kawacy, who otherwise specializes in anime-style art—his gallery is right here, if you want to check him out, and below’s a timelapse video depicting the painting process.
In June, designer Karolin Gu started drawing one Pokémon a day, posting the results on Instagram in what she calls “The Tiny Monsters” series. She’s currently at Tentacool, ie. #72, and plans to eventually draw every Pokémon in existence. Only a few hundred more to go! You can follow her progress here.
In her delightfully titled “Scooby Doo, When Are You?” series, artist Julia Wytrazek has perfectly imagined what Velma, Daphne, Shaggy, and Fred would have worn from 1910 through to the ’90s. I might be biased, but I like Velma’s looks the best.
Can't get the periodic table of elements out of your head? Why not have the entire thing etched into the surface of a single strand of your hair?
Artist Hollis Brown Thornton is selling this amazingly detailed permanent marker drawing for $600 in his online store.