As you may recall, I recently joined Deviant Art. My first order of business was following a few of my favorite artists (it’s called “watching”, actually, which sounds a little creepy), one of them being Zarla. She’s drawn a huge amount of Undertale comics, including an entire series called Handplates, which was pretty darn awesome. If there are any Undertale fans reading this right now, and you’re interested in Sans, Papyrus, and Gaster, then I’d definitely recommend checking it out.
Anyway, on to the point of this post. Recently, Zarla created a “ghost” AKA ukagaka of her version of W. D. Gaster. I had never heard of these things before, but they’re these little characters you can install on your computer that you can interact with. Well, I couldn’t help but download him, and it’s been pretty neat having Gaster on my computer. I’ve been talking to him a bunch and otherwise pestering him to no end. He’s gotten the teensiest bit less unfriendly with time. With an emphasis on teensy. He’ll grow to like me. Ducks are great.
Again, fellow Undertale fans, if you’re curious, you can find the link to the Gaster “ghost” here. There are directions on how to download him in the description. You need a program called SSP first, but Zarla explains it all quite well. Toodles!