Tuesday, March 08, 2011

More Dreamcast drawings

I'm not sure if you've noticed, but I'm a big fan of alliteration.

More often than not, this, er, fascination shows up in the headlines that I write. Recently, though, it's also served as a source of inspiration for the doodles and drawings I create.

Case in point: "Diamonds are a Dreamcast's best friend," "PC Engine Punch-Out!!" and "Strawberry slime."

Another example for all of you fellow alliteration freaks is "Dizzy Dreamcast" (below).

I'm not sure what caused this poor Dreamcast to become dizzy, to tell you the truth. Maybe its owner dropped it, or dropped something on it?

Regardless, I'm sure he'll recover soon.

Anyway, "Dreamcast + dog" is another example of my alliteration fetish.

Again, I'm not sure why a cute little puppy has decided to park itself atop this Dreamcast. Hopefully it won't slobber too much while it's asleep up there.

Have I mentioned that I'm now posting my drawings to deviantart.com as well as to Flickr? Well, I am. If you're at all interested, you can check out the contents of my gallery here.


Viewtiful_Justin said...

Perhaps it was a misfired muddle spell. Watch out, he might attack you or your loved ones...

Bryan Ochalla said...

Ha ha! Yes, that's a distinct possibility, Justin :)

Sean said...

Very nice.

The puppy one is interesting. The Dreamcast looks as though he is unsure how to respond to the presence of a puppy on his head. Its kind of an annoying presence, but cute at the same time so he doesn't want to kick him off. Kind of hoping the dog will wake up and go away on his own accord I'd guess.

I've been there.

Gaelach Rose said...

These are really cute. I like the one with the puppy the best.

As far as the obsession with alliteration goes... don't worry, I have an obession with other literary devices. XP

Bryan Ochalla said...

Thanks, Sean!

BTW, your interpretation of this doodle is spot on. The Dreamcast is a bit annoyed by the puppy, but it's too cute to kick off so he's just dealing with it.

I've been there, too :)

Bryan Ochalla said...

Thank you, too, Gaelach Rose!

So, which literary devices drive you nuts (in a good way)?

Gaelach Rose said...

Similies, metaphors, onomonopias (I can never spell that word)... I just love words. I can't get enough of them.

Bryan Ochalla said...

Ah, yes, I understand completely, Gaelach Rose :)