You know the part of your brain that makes decisions and tells you, "Hey, maybe you shouldn't
do that. This is a bad
idea. You'll regret this in the morning." Yeah, that part? I'm pretty sure that part of my brain decided to take a vacation or let someone else take the wheel for a while.
This pumpkin was going PRETTY well, until at some point I had pixeled a nose smack dab in the center (I'm sure this is where my brain decided that it wanted no part of this) and then it sort of spiraled downward from there. And then I go and google pumpkins because I wasn't sure what their leaves looked like, and something like this
pops up in the results. Is when I decide that whatever direction my pumpkin is going is PERFECTLY acceptable. Then I go an add a crater or two because obviously, this pumpkin isn't terrible enough.
If I have scarred you for life or ruined pumpkins for you forever, I APOLOGIZE. I am REMORSEFUL. But I don't REALLY regret what I've done.
I did this for =Wooded-Wolf
's pumpkin tribute project: [link]
Palette was also provided by him.