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Masked Singers drawn in Poptropica style ๐ŸฆŠ

Hey, Poptropicans! Recently in the comments for my Ask Poptropica Siri series, PHB reader Silver Tiger challenged me to try and make a crossover of The Masked Singer x Poptropica. Here we go!

From left to right: Frog ๐Ÿธ, Chameleon ๐ŸฆŽ, Sun โ˜€๏ธ, Flower ๐ŸŒธ, and Peacock ๐Ÿฆš

Since I couldnโ€™t actually make any costumes on Poptropica from The Masked Singer, I decided to draw them as Poptropicans. But to start off, let me tell you a bit about TMS. It’s a fun, family-friendly TV show on Fox that appears once a year. Celebrities come on the show dressed up in funny, adorable, or wacky costume and sing for the judges, and there can be plot twists anywhere just waiting to happen. Try an episode!

Now since you know a bit about the show, let me show you some drawings I made of the characters as Poptropicans wearing the costumes. Here’s Fox (and you can check out a performance here)!

And here’s Rabbit (check out a performance here)!

As for the characters in the first drawing, you can check out their performances on YouTube with these links: Frog, Chameleon, Sun, Flower, and Peacock. Also, check out the PHB’s How to Draw a Poptropican Guide for some inspiration in your own creations! ๐Ÿ–Œ

And thatโ€™s about it. I loved doing this challenge. What do you think of these performances? Share in the comments. See you soon! ~๐Ÿ“šโ„๏ธ

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Introducing: Poptober drawing challenge ๐Ÿ–Œ

Hey Poptropicans, this is a guest post from MaryannTheConqueror.

It’s October! We are finally in the midst of fall, a time of color-changing leaves, pumpkin spice, spooky season… and art challenges!

While art challenges can exist year-round, many are set in October, especially after the โ€œInktoberโ€ trend. Since then, many alternative challenges have sprung up, including something for Poptropica enthusiasts. Introducing the Poptropica drawing challenge: Poptober!

The goal of this challenge is simple: draw something every day according to each of the prompts! Of course, you will not be shamed if you cannot make all the days (I doubt I will). Or, if you’re feeling a lower commitment, check out happyclonetrooper’s version of the Poptober challenge, with weekly instead of daily prompts.

You can use any medium, make your drawings as simple or complex as you wish, and interpret the prompts any way you choose. If you want to, you can even combine challenges (such as making all the subjects cats, or doing all the drawings in ink like the original Inktober). Just have fun, donโ€™t stress, and make art!

To share your Poptober drawings with the world, you can post wherever the Poptropica fan art appreciators are: some places to start are the PHC’s #art channel on Discord, the We-Love-Poptropica DeviantArt group, Instagram and Twitter with the #Poptropica tag, and even the comments of this post. Excited to see what you make!

And for more creative endeavors in the fandom, keep an eye out for the PHB’s monthly Community Creations coming later today.

Have a great start to the spooky season!


Hope you enjoyed this guest post by MaryannTheConqueror. If you did, be sure to check out another recent post of hers: a ramble review on Ghost Story Island. And of course, join in on the fun on the PHC Discord.

The Poptropica Help Blog welcomes interesting Poptropica insights from anyone in the Poptropica community with thoughts to share. You can find some tips and guidelines on our page on how to Write for the PHB, and share blog posts on the PHC.

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