So, the latest "She-Ra" reboot on Netflix...
I saw it. All 13 episodes of the only season that has been published so far.
You can read my opinion in a nutshell at the bottom of this description text*.
But let's get to this weirdass random fanart.
I couldn't help but having my attention drawn to background stuff in this show like objects and of course characters. Characters that are just there to fill some space and are not suppoused to play a bigger role or to return. Because a lot of that is quite funny to look at.
In the 8th episode "Princess Prom", where a whole bunch of princesses and their partners/friends visit a prom held by Princess Frosta (including She-Ra and her buddies), there are random nameless, silent figures hanging around in the background.
One of them is this princess (at least I guess she is one according to her little crown), always grumpy, mostly with closed eyes (like the main character in the game "Undertale"), always holding this seemingly empty mug in her hand and obviously cannot care less about this event (she looks like she didn't prepare herself after getting up from bed
I felt amused whenever she appeared in the background (during a story that was mostly painful) and I just call her "coffee princess" since her name is never revealed.
Oh and btw this episode gives me more inspiration for a couple of more BG character redraws.
I redrew her in my own style but in the same pose and mood.
Just imagine her appearing in the opening of the cartoon or being asked if she wants to join the rebellion. I find that thought hilarious. What would her super power be? Making enemies asleep?
Done with SAI and Adobe Photoshop.
*now my opinion to this She-Ra reboot in case you are interested:
At least this first season is almost completely horrible. It is written badly, pretty much all the characters are nerve-racking, acting inconsistently and unlikeable, the anime-ish design is ugly (except for a few backgrounds) and cheap looking and the battle between good and bad is presented so horribly wrong.
It made me feel so angry and disappointed that I even think that making a fanart of this new She-Ra, her buddies or her foes would be a waste of energy and time (which makes me sad).
And please don't come with "What do you know, you are not a little girl/teen", "You only have the 1980's She-Ra on your mind" or "Are you a LGTB hater?". All of that is nonsense. I can love good cartoons as well as a kid, I tried my best to see this reboot with and open mind and I am totally into LGTB support (but to see this topic presented in a good way - without having male characters thrown out or presented as idiots because they're male - watch "Steven Universe").
That is my opinion in a (big) nutshell.