NOLAN!!! 8DDD This time he's playing on Daddy's usually highly-guarded MacBook Pro... but being the baby genius he is knows exactly how to go through the back door of the OS and rewrite computer scripts.
I loved the way this turned out so much, I made it a wallpaper. I might post that later.
Oh and the perspective on the script is a bit off, but meh. I tried fixing it and it just didn't work out for me. xDDD
d'awwwww, me too. A lot of times I wish he were real, lol. xDDD
Well, I'm not sure if Daddy would be proud at first... most likely a bit shocked for a while until he realizes that Nolan somehow knows what he's doing on there.
Oh, and I'm so flattered that you think Nolan is this amazing. Seriously, there are probably a billion fanmade OCs of Alfredo and Colette's child, but out of all of them, you would choose to love Nolan the most.... I'm honored!!!
You're very welcome. Nolan looks just like Linguini and Colette. Keep up the good work!
Oh! I always imagined Alfredo Linguini Gusteau as an infant or toddler. I love to picture him yawning or snuggling on something soft and fuzzy...like Remy. I hope you do one picture of Linguini in this concept sometimes. I look forward to seeing more Linguini and Nolan. I also adore the back-story on Linguini you created of his childhood life. How he had lost of his parents passing away as well as finding and living his young adult life on his own.
I'll see what I can do.... right now I'm juggling several serious art projects as well as Bible school homework, so I'll see what kind of Ratatouille stuff I can manage to squeeze into all the artsy mess I've made. xDDD
I'm glad I've been able to make your day with these drawings... that means a lot to me~!
Heck yeah, Photoshop! Awesome work here, he looks so adorable. And I second what said... I can totally imagine him saying that, hehe. And yeah, the perspective is a little skewed on the script, but it's no biggie.
I always have so much fun looking at these pics of yours, because they always have a great little story to go along with them. Excellent job!
I was going to fix that skewed script window, but PS has all the layered objects locked on some sort of grid, so it made it a bit hard to slightly adjust the perspective. I'm sure there's a way to turn that off, but I'll have to do some digging in my CS3 book. 8DD
Thank you!! I'm glad you enjoy reading the stories, it really does help to give pictures more meaning and bring them to life a bit.
I know there's a way to turn that off. In CS4 there's a line of buttons at the top of the layers window that lock different properties of whatever layer is selected. That's the only thing I can think of. I use those buttons all the time for shading.
So cute! ^_^ Hehe, I can totally imagine him looking up at his dad, and saying something like, "Ohhh, by the way, I rerouted your default drivers, optimized the local ISP for maximum efficiency, and increased your download and upload time by downloading a patch for your TCP connection. YOU'RE WELCOME!"
OMG YESS I can so see that!!!!! xDDDD ROFL that just made my whole day!!! Just imagine him saying that with that face and he has this like, manly, matter-of-fact-type voice coming out of his little, baby body. xDDDD;;;
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