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Not Quite Adult Swim by underwatertoons Not Quite Adult Swim by underwatertoons
Here's another commission on behalf of :iconnightmaredragon: - he wanted to see Angelica and Kimi from "All Grown Up" underwater. (Somewhat familiar territory, I'll admit, since I've previously drawn Angelica underwater in her original "Rugrats" incarnation: [link] )

I tried something different with the bubbles this time to make them look more transparent, like real bubbles. I like it, and I think I'll keep doing it!
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:iconasrialfeeple:
More like All Grown Up swim, right ?
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:iconfanfics4ever:
fanfics4ever Jun 2, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
just watched 'River Rats' and since I'm a Tommy/Kimi supporter, something tells me that Kimi is the only reason Tommy would be the only reason Tommy would join them, even though he terrified of being underwater
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:iconwolferzzzz4296:
not quite adult swim good 1!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! XDDDDDDDDDDDD [link]
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:iconexxord:
I was wondering, Kimi is French-Japanese isn't she?
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:iconexxord:
Aaah. I figured so. That sounds like a nice combination. xD But its also unique too.
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:icontherealrno:
Yeah. The Rugrats are practically the only Nicktoon besides Hey Arnold to promote multi-racial relations (middle-class American Tommy and Dil [as well as their immediate family members], French-Japanese Kimi and Kira, lower-class Amerian Chaz and Chuckie [prior to Kimi], African-American Susie and her family, corporate American Angelica and her parents, et al) and the only one by itself to promote various religions without stepping on toes (Jewish Passover, African Kwanza, Jewish Hannukah, Americanized Christmas, et al). That makes it on par with the Disney [prior to the teenybop pop movement] and Henson [the Muppet brands] idealistic frames of mind, making it well-loved for countless generations, IMO.
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:iconexxord:
I'd definitely agree. I would wonder if they would bring back shows that would have to do with that? It shows how unique we are in this world, with so many different people and the like. ^_^
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