Drawing Prompt: Bathroom Spacecraft

1:34 AM, Saturday June 25th 2022

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This submission was done for the Bathroom Spacecraft drawing prompt. Check out more submissions here!

Summer Promptathon Day 1: Faucet Falcon

Captain Weldon: Prepare for intergalactic departure!

First Mate: The energy faucet is at full power, Sir.

Captain Weldon: To the stars . . .

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6:58 PM, Saturday June 25th 2022

WOW! Nice design, and cool little story :D

1:19 AM, Sunday June 26th 2022

Thanks, Landink. I love how there is such variety in how people approach this prompt.

3:29 AM, Tuesday June 28th 2022

Yeah, look what everyone is posting is always the fun part.

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1:03 AM, Sunday June 26th 2022

Glad to see you're back for this seaons Prompathon!

Your ship design is really neat! I like how we can see the water before it breaks into streams when it hits the faucet head, looks like a power core of some sort.

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