Some of you may not know this, but Minions are kind of a big deal around here. Not only does (almost) everyone love the little yellow creatures but one of the earliest crochet projects attempted by Faye was the Minion hat above.
I however may have started taking things a little too far.
In fact I fear it’s turning into an unhealthy obsession, at least that’s what the doctors tell me. It’s not like I’ve got that many restraining orders from prominent genetic research organisations, I only send threatening letters on a bi-monthly basis demanding they start research into engineering them for me.
In the meantime, this is the best I can do without the funds, equipment or prerequisite scientific expertise to make my own:
There’s a part of me that longs for the talent and ability to carve this in marble or maybe some suitably yellow stone or mineral.
This is how a comparably normal and sane person like Riven (honest) would draw Elsa.
Whereas a (supposedly) mythical woodland creature, with an odd fixation on animated films and a desire for world domination, such as myself, would draw it more like….
Unravel and Unwind’s Faye and Riven both got the minion treatment, even if they didn’t want it.
Literally nothing is safe from my obsession, not classical art.
Not our own recent history, like the soldiers of the first world war.
Not even the plant-life is safe from my Minion addiction, as demonstrated by my attempt to draw lavender and a daisy.
At this point I either need professional help or some actual Minions.
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