Presenting AlmaLinux-tan, the AlmaLinux OS-tan. No secret I'm a Linux guy and Enterprise linux distributions (Fedora, Alma, Rocky, Redhat, etc) have always been my favorite. I figured that they deserved an OS-tan just as much as a certain, malignable operating system :3 Yes, I do plan on doing more Linux OS-tans in the near future! Stay tuned. Follow me on the social media for more.
Clippy welcome Internet Explorer into heaven, while angels Netscape Navigator and Bonzi Buddy watch, since Microsoft has now officially killed off Internet Explorer. IE, you now belong to the ages.
This artwork is a bittersweet sendoff to this titan of the web, which did everything it could to reinvent and destroy established standards. It is based off "The Apotheosis of Lincoln" (link goes to loc.gov).
The self-important, megalomaniacal, power hungry cousin of Genji Starre, and possible ancestor to Jeane and Valia Starre. An incredibly competent, if not over-confident in his ability, wizard, his role in Axis was as an apprentice to Nexus, helping him to get his power, turning on him, but failing and working to redeem himself. Not the most compelling character arc if he's only redeeming himself out of revenge against the person who caused him to fail in the first place. Then again, most of Axis's character arcs led a little to be desired. I was young. Fun fact: I played Atrophus as a Tremere in Vampire the Masquerade with friends at a much later time.
Fun fact 2: His name is based on Atropos, the fate in greek mythology.
I initially drew this abomination in high school during a creative writing class (yes, I was drawing during a creative writing class). This little fellow was an illustration to a poem that was intended to be a parody of The Cat Came Back. A mate and I were talking about this and I eventually settled on this... thing. The poem itself went through a few forms, from a series of haiku to something more free form. The creative writing teacher I had hated it (He generally hated most of the things I do.) A separate friend, a couple of years later, showed it to her creative writing professor, who quite liked it. She said he called it "creative genius" but I am pretty confident she was just being nice. The kitty would have liked her.
The primary character from Jason in a StrangeLand, Jason is sullen, introverted and jaded. After a bizarre turn of events where his bookbag becomes is only frenemy, Jason ends up in a surreal, nightmarish place and must cope and find his way back home.
The no-nonsense General Martian is next in the character parade. Antagonist to Monkey and leader of the Martian Army, his sole purpose in life is to defend the Martian people. This involves stopping Monkey at something for some reason. It may be best left unsaid.
Some may recall near the end of the early 2010s run of Damn It, Monkey!, General Martian ended up killing himself. That entire run of Damn It, Monkey! never happened and isn't canonical for you nerds that care about that stuff. So drop it.
Dr. Scientist, the eccentric, plotting, and possibly maniacal, well.. scientist. Occasionally bumbling on experiments, or has those experiments ruined by her assistant, Buggo, she takes her work very seriously and traps the number of others in a grand scheme to... uh. Well, she'll figure out the end game once all the pieces are in place. Perhaps someone should explain the scientific method to her again!