aaron and pig [comission] by evanrp

aaron and pig [comission]

by evanrp in Storybook

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  • Meutia


    here's the story, I forgot about the new system here T_T (pressed the enter button)

    Aaron is cheerful little boy. He likes to play outside, like other kids. He likes to play football, play kites with friends, hide and seek, and he befriends all animals around his home. Well, not just around his home, but also animals that he finds on the street, in the zoo, in the farm, anywhere!

    One day, he went to his uncle farm. There he met a lot of animals, and the animals were friendly, great, and they were smart! Like this bird, he could play piano! Not just hitting the piano tuts, but also he could play Mozart sonata, Beethoven's, and other song. That's why there was piano under a big tree in the farm. There is also this super friendly pig, and Aaron liked to hop on to its back and rode him all around the farm. Aaron would yell and pretended that he was on the racing motorcycle. While he was busy doing that, the bird would play the back sound from behind, and that made Aaron more happy.

    Well, that's a little story about Aaron and the animals, he is such a sweet young boy, right?


    Jul 10th, 2011 Reply
  • Meutia


    Hi Evan, allow me to give story to your illustration here (I always admire your illustration, by the way, in case I haven't told you that) :

    Jul 10th, 2011 Reply
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  • yoh


    really magical, you have a very special style

    Mar 12th, 2011 Reply
  • 7Shadows


    Aw so cute. This is my favorite from you!

    Mar 8th, 2011 Reply
  • dealucifer


    wow i love chubby! cool!

    Mar 8th, 2011 Reply
  • Caja


    I like the small details such as the music notes and the dragonfly.

    Mar 7th, 2011 Reply
  • jcroxas


    CHUBBY! so chubby :D i love;D

    Mar 7th, 2011 Reply
  • leiko


    I love chubby animals. The dragonfly in the corner is a nice touch.

    Mar 7th, 2011 Reply