The Compulsive Squire

Where Outstanding Humour Meets Desperate Boredom

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Jinx’s Night Out & Magic Cat Academy

Google (or more likely some small studio now bought by Google) released a charming Halloween animation teaching everyone about acceptance, not needing to pretend to be something else, and facing your fears.

THEY ALSO MADE A SUPER FUN GAME WHERE YOU GET TO BE A CAT.

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Modern Disney Princesses

Chilean illustrator & concept artist, Fernanda Suarez, is a beautiful digital painter, with even more beautiful takes on the treasured Disney princesses of old. Everything from the tastefully crafted backdrops to the piercing looks in all their eyes, are expertly drawn. Even the artful shading in a “used-to-be-my-dads” denim jacket. Click the pic to see a gallery of her work so far, and hit up her Patreon here, where you can find links to all her other socials. Because you might as well check out one artist’s tumblr, rather than 9 princess’s.

Zelda Characters as Zodiac Signs

SCORPIO – Skull Kid
“You burn brighter than just about anyone, but you sometimes don’t realize you’re setting everything on fire.”

#AltDisney

Some might say that the Disney stories of our youth are old tales that belong in the past. Well graphic designer and illustrator,
Tom Ward, has created a series of images to show the world exactly why…it may be a good thing if they weren’t brought up to date.

Father & Sons’ Design Workshop

Dorkly have found an artist/illustrator able to do something all dads try to do with their children a few times in their lives, validate their imagination. The Father & Sons’ Design Workshop is a project where Thomas Romain (Father) makes incredible anime-ified works of character art from his sons (& Sons’). It would be unwise to go through this life without seeing a mess of felt-tip and tube bodies get somehow transformed into Gundam Peter Quill. So check out the Twitter and Patreon for regular updates on the drawings. Every time you click, one of his boys gains the courage to colour outside the lines.