Pencil smiled in relief as Trilby restored her health. She could feel her strength, both physical and mental, returning to her. She felt much more productive as she was now able to produce at least five creatures at once. She sent a heard of rams and sheep geared with spiked horns out to attack. She stroked the ground violently to whip up a murder or crows to scavenge for any weapon debris. If they found anything useful, she may be able to rebuild the broken weapons to give to her attack creatures. Once the crows flew off, she spun large red circles on the ground and polka dotted them with smaller black circles. Emerging from the circles were four large ladybugs with glossy shells that could serve as shields. Forming a semi-circle, the ladybugs protected both Pencil and Trilby.
“Thanks for helping me, Trilby,” she thanked Trilby. “I’ll help you, too. You can hang out with me and these ladybugs for a while for protection,” she told him.
@Dynamo Pad @C. Thunder Dash
She turned to Thundy and Dynamo who had both called her name. Dynamo had asked for a red rabbit and Thundy had asked for a group of sharks. Side-stepping around the ladybug guards, she took her paintbrush out again and began with soft, red streaks. She then created two large lines with oval-like curves at the tops. She then added segments around the fur to simulate robotic limbs. When the creature was finished, it reminded her of a very similar purple robot she had heard about. When the rabbit turned its mechanical head towards her, she sent it off towards Dynamo, its feet clanking loudly against the floor.
She then began creating the sharks. They took quite a bit longer than the rabbit since she had to get each sharp angle perfect, otherwise the sharks would look more like dolphins. She painted fine lines onto the ground then smoothed out the majority of the textures with soft greys and blues. Once she had created at least five sharks, she sent them towards Thundy. She gave them wings so the lack of water would not be an issue.