I was going to start making this a comic in the style of Peanuts, but I think I’ve found another angle to run. We’ll see how it goes!
I remember my first experience with TwinBee was on the Famicom with my grandma. She was one of the best Famicom players I’ve ever known.
Trying something new in both perspective as well as illustration/coloring style. A part of my brain still obsesses over trucks that sell a particular good. It doesn’t necessarily have to be a food truck or a food cart. It could be a book mobile. It could be a toy wagon. Anything!
This all bubbles up to the bigger obsession I have about compacted worlds that are presented in a single form. It explains why I like miniatures, terrariums, vending machines, or even arcade cabinets. Take those arcades for example: on the practical side, a large wooden box that houses one single game is ridiculous. But the idea that it does, you have this self-contained world inside this one housing, provides a sense of wonder for me.
This is important to me. Getting a photo of a character from Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, albeit easier than the console counterpart, is a long undertaking.