can someone get me some fanart of this pairing?
look at his white hair omg
HAHAHA. OTP! coming right up.
For Norman Frederick Hetherington’s 93rd birthday (5/29/2014)
In 1947, the temperature dropped to -63C (-81.4F) in Snag, Yukon, Canada, setting the record for the coldest temperature in North America… so of course we had to celebrate with a doodle. *_*
For this year’s Thanksgiving Google Doodle, I made a lil animation!
I knew making a short film for work would be an incredibly time-consuming process, so I tried to stuff it with all of my favorite things: foxes, forests, field mice, and food. I’ve been making fox/forest/mouse films for years and still have yet to get bored of it. I was also inspired by Animal Crossing! Maybe I’ll get myself a 3DS tomorrow as a prize for finishing this doodle :p
More thanks and rough sketches/process can be found in the doodle blog post here.
I was lucky enough to draw the doodle for Edith Head’s 116th birthday — a dream come true if you know me at all! I had so much fun making this. Happy birthday, Miss Edith.
Doodles for the Mid-Autumn Festival, which is celebrated differently in Japan (top) than other Asian countries (hence the two different doodles). Eat some mooncakes, everyone : )
Doodle for Abebe Bikila, a marathon runner from Ethiopia who ran barefoot in the 1960 Rome Olympics… and won in record time.
This is my first doodle as a full-timer, for Saturnino Herrán’s 126th birthday! I’ve never really done a master copy before - it was really interesting trying to reference a pre-existing work but also try to include a bit of my own style and taste. I think I learned a lot. Thanks to everyone on my team for all their feedback and help~
I’ve been doing lots of paintings for South American Independence Day doodles! They end up very tiny on the homepage, so I thought I’d share the slightly bigger versions.
Clockwise from left: Venezuela (Angel Falls), Argentina (Casa de Tucumán), Bolivia (Gate of the Sun), Ecuador (Ciudad Mitad del Mundo), and Peru (Chan Chan ruins). These have been super interesting to do; I almost never draw buildings/monuments normally, and I reeeally want to go to South America now.
2012 Olympic Google logo illustrations by Sophie Diao
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Hi wow thanks for posting these! I’m so glad people like them! However, I only did the shotput and pingpong doodles - the rest were done by Ryan Germick (opening, fencing, field hockey) and Sophia Foster-Dimino (archery, diving, rings, pole vault) - please head over to their respective blogs and give them some love!
Also hello new followers :D Looking forward to getting to know you all!