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Sketch Tucker is a character of mine that I've had for ten years now! Many of you here may have caught a glimpse of him in an Easter Egg of "Mega Man and the Pompous Robots," but little to no one has heard of him. In deviantART, however, he and his friends are well introduced in a series of pictures under the labeling "The Utopian Legend," and has since gained a few fans. So with hesitation, I present Sketch Tucker's "Ten Year Tribute," an interactive gallery of Sketch's ever-changing life.
***NOTE! There is no sound in the presentation, so you don't need to fiddle with the volume. Else you may jump through your ceiling when a system sound chimes in at full blast, and neither of us want that to happen.***
As I mentioned, Sketch underwent a lot of changes since his origination, and this is the primary purpose of the "History Gallery." You will get to see many of his other "versions" with original pictures available to view. They also feature details and descriptions that go further in-depth. Hidden in each History Gallery page is a Hidden Fact that introduces a lesser-known aspect of Sketch's evolution.
There is also a "Bonus Gallery" that shows pictures of Sketch that other artists have made. For an odd twist, Sketch Tucker makes his own remarks about each picture, pointing out little odd details that he notices. All in good fun, though. If you like their art, their names are clickable in each page and opens up a new window with their respective deviantART galleries.
A few additions were made for the Newgrounds version. Because no one has likely heard of him, a Prologue is added to at least point out a likely sighting of him here in Newgrounds (Pompous Robots, of course). Also, a loading bar has been added at the beginning. Finally, if you wish to see the deviantART gallery I frequently use, the "Malamite Ltd." logo on the Main Menu is clickable, and will open a new window leading to the deviantART gallery.
I realize I may get some questionable remarks about this presentation or Sketch Tucker in general, and that's why I hesitated to post this here. But I'm going to try is anyway, just to see what will happen. If things aren't for the most part neutral or favorable, I'll keep my thoughts and creations to deviantART from then on. For now, though, please enjoy! I may submit more things someday.
Sketch Tucker and related characters © 1999-2009 Malamite Ltd. (Laurence McKee).
All artwork is © Malamite Ltd. unless otherwise noted.