You better believe Tonks is here for Tonks Tuesday. She even posed for you guys. See?
I've accepted the fact that, at least given the current busy nature of my full-time job and overall life, I might fall a bit more behind on the April A to Z Challenge. Next year I plan on having all of my doodles for this challenge done way more in advance, but for this year, I'm working with what I have. All that to say, though it's so close to being done, today's doodle for the letter N is not complete. I can easily finish it tonight, since I'll actually be leaving work early today, and so we'll post it tomorrow. That doodle for the letter N will star a cat with a name inspired by a certain fantasy fandom. It's a little fandom that has a tad bit to do with this doodle I scribbled up a couple years ago.
That was actually a doodle I scribbled up for my dad for Father's Day something like 3 years ago. It was in honor of one of the first books I remember my dad reading to my sister and myself as kids. Can anyone guess or remember what book I'm referring to?
All that rambling aside, we'll have the letter N for you tomorrow. If I have a chance to finish up enough of the future drawings to double some up so that we finish the A to Z Challenge in the month of April, I'll do so. Otherwise, I might wrap it up in the first week of May. Such is life, and hopefully you guys are at least mildly entertained by the alphabetical doodles I'm sharing.
Happy Tuesday, friends!
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