Double stripes break.
Can i rub your feet next? and Can i be your girlfriend? i do any thing you want?
Not quite sure who you're talking to here, but I'm not one to judge. Hope you like the pic.
This feet taste surely like candys and fruits.
do some tickle art
Lol that is how her nails would be colored. XD
This is still a favorite of mine of all the artwork out there <3
Isn't she sitting on the sort of branch that disappears?
I see what you did there
Love this picture! Nice job!
what is up with guy and feet?
Can you make a picture of Rancis Fluggerbutter rubbing Vanellope's feet? That would be cool
It would be cool, indeed. Unfortunately, my artwork is getting pretty backed up, so I'll have to respectfully decline unless you want to commission it.
bet they taste as sweet as her name
I dunno, some of the other racers had pretty delicious sounding names as well. Who wouldn't want to eat a dessert called a Candlehead?
"your little younge for sticking your foot out like that."
(ties her to the branch nd tickles her feet) hope you do a tickle pick with her. :3
I never really got into the whole tickling thing, but if enough people ask for it, I just might consider doing a tickle pic of her.
ok you took this off another site i know because i saw it there
As far as I know, this is the only site I've put this on.
When we gonna get the "creamed" version?
oh hai ^^ mind if i ....take a wiff
She is adorable!!!!!
put ur shoes on
Have you done the other version yet?
No, not yet. I've been really busy with commissions and other work, so I haven't been able to go back to any old work lately.
Double stripe double stripe double stripe!! Watch it, V!!
It's too late! A split-second later, she's going down.
Not true. They flash before they break, remember? Plus, the last one that Ralph hung onto took longer to break than the others, as did the one that Calhoun and Felix were walking on.
Nah, it's not the disappearing branch. There's some sort of candy-based beaver chewing through the peppermint bark. In fact, he's already done tearing through, and this picture was taken by a brave but unfortunate cameraman exactly 1/13 of a second before the collapse.