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Shark Week Art Update #1

Hoping your guys Shark Week has been absolutely Jawsome so far! ❀ Over on my Instagram the Shark Week shenanigans have been in full swing, so I wanted to share some of the illustrations I’ve made and have been sharing here on my blog as well! πŸ™‚


Hungry Shark World fan art of the zombie shark you can play as. This game has eaten up pretty much any of my free time the past 2 weeks.

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King Shark from The Suicide Squad movie. Had fun playing around with some different brushes in Procreate when working on this one.

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Ebisu in her shark mascot costume from the anime Dorohedoro. Such a fun series! It’s weird, violent, funny, and unique in all the best ways, and the characters are awesome!

There will be more shark week art to share soon, but I wanted to hop on and add these while I had a little bit of extra time. Have you been watching any of the new Shark Week content this year? There’s been some really good stuff! πŸ™‚

Work has been one big Shark Week party and my participants have been loving it which makes me SO happy! They really are the best! ❀ One of the girls in my room is loving the sharks I painted on the window so much that she always comments on them when she comes in in the morning and today she told me the big shark I painted was “so cute and so special” and it absolutely made my day. ^_^ We’ve been doing lots of cool shark art projects, playing Pin the Fin on the Shark, doing sensory with water beads and toy sharks, and more! It’s been an absolute blast.


14 thoughts on “Shark Week Art Update #1

  1. I can’t look at sharks without that “Baby Shark” song running through my head, but since I don’t have any children begging me to play it all the time I’m okay with that :p Ah! This explains why one of the weekly Crumbl cookies had a shark gummy on it! I never remember when shark week is.

    I think there needs to be a story about a zombie shark…oooo it could be the one from Jaws back for revenge after all these years XD

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    1. Haha Baby Shark is such an ear worm. It doesn’t bother me either, mostly because my participants love it so much so I just associate it with having fun. ^_^ Omg, Crumbl Cookies are the besssst! ❀ I really wanted to stop there this week but never got the chance to. One of my co-workers did get me the coconut cream cookie though from this past week and it knocked my socks off.
      Also, I'm loving your idea for a zombie Jaws movie! This needs to happen. lol

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      1. Mmmm yassss I’m happy they have them around you, too! They had these strawberry cookies that are delicious and you can never go wrong with their chocolate chip! I like how they switch up weekly, too, but always keep those.

        I can’t believe no one has done Zombie Jaws yet! Zombie Jaws: The Shark’s Revenge. It would practically write itself.


      2. Is it the strawberry shortcake cookies you were talking about?? My co-worker got us one to split recently and it was soooo good. *tries not to drool on keyboard*
        You know, I’ve never actually tried their chocolate chip. I’m a weirdo who loves the actual cookie in a chocolate chip cookie but won’t eat the chocolate chips. lol Everyone says “Well, then just eat a sugar cookie” and it’s like, NO! They are NOT the same! πŸ˜›
        And Zombie Jaws: The Shark’s Revenge pretty much NEEDS to happen. Like you said, the material practically writes itself.

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      3. Yes! Those were good, and this week’s (at least in my area) is these really good cookies with this dollop of buttercream on top and this sugar cookie, but to the chocolate chip I know what you mean! I used to make “non” chocolate chip cookies where I’d make the batter but not put in the chips because I had a coworker who was allergic to chocolate, and tbh those cookies were amazing. It’s like a brown sugar cookie since you use brown sugar in chocolate chip. I actually think I have the recipe on the blog somewhere. If I use chips I do half and half white and milk chocolate.

        I don’t understand how now one has made a zombie jaws movie yet. Like the Sharknado people haven’t thought of this?

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      4. Ooh, I like the idea of mixing half and half for the chips with chocolate and white chocolate you mentioned. That sounds like it would be good. πŸ™‚ “Brown Sugar Cookies” is the perfect name for the chocolate chip-less cookies. Now I’m craving those. lol Maybe that’ll be something I bake this weekend. πŸ˜€
        Yeah, the closest thing I’ve seen to a Zombie Jaws kind of movie is one C&M and I watched last year called “Aquarium of the Dead” or something like that. It was sadly awful but fun to watch and make fun of with a friend at least. πŸ˜›

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  2. Okay, the phrase β€œso cute and so special” went straight into my heart and almost made me cry. We do not often say something is “special,” which is why it surprises me when I hear it.

    Last night I watched The Shallows! I decided it lives next to Deep Blue Sea in the “tolerably goofy” file, LOL!

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    1. I couldn’t agree more. ❀ When she said the shark was "so cute and so special" it completely melted my heart. ^_^
      Haha I'm glad The Shallows made your tolerably goofy file along with Deep Blue Sea! That makes my day!

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