Drawing Prompt: The Moon Really Was Cheese!

12:20 AM, Sunday March 26th 2023

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This submission was done for the The Moon Really Was Cheese! drawing prompt. Check out more submissions here!

A drawing I did before going to bed (too late, haha)

I didn't have enough time to fill in a dark background, and the thicker lines ended up being too rushed, and misplaced. Anywho, finished, not perfect!

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12:44 AM, Sunday March 26th 2023

I can feel the cuteness through my heart, I'd love to see it colored, good work before going to bed, it's never too late

12:59 PM, Sunday March 26th 2023

Awh thank you! Yeah, I might finish it digitally after the promptathon :D

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