ByKit Simpson Browne, writer at Creators.co
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Kit Simpson Browne

When it comes to the classic animated cartoons of the 90's and 00's - especially the stream of both kid and adult-friendly programming that Cartoon Network came out with - there really aren't too many people out there who don't remember it either fondly, or downright enthusiastically.

And there's a reason for that.

It. Was. Awesome.

I mean, I'm definitely biased, since I grew up on a steady diet of Dexter's Lab, Cow and Chicken and Johnny Bravo, but all the same - that whole era definitely produced some of the greatest animated series' ever to hit the screen - even the non-Cartoon Network stuff (Nickelodeon, we love you too!).

Which, it seems, is how (seriously talented) fan artist Gabriel Picolo feels, too - at least from the looks of the animation-inspired installments of his current 365 Days of Doodles project.

Featuring such animated awesomeness as:

Invader Zim, Invader-ing It Up

With some lovely shading work there, huh?

The Rugrats Gang, Even More All Grown Up Than Usual

And downright emo, too.

The Powerpuff Girls, Rocking a More Grown Up Look

Though still retaining the bad-ass attitude.

Johnny Bravo, Still Awesome After All These Years

And still a hero to the inner doofus inside millions.

Courage, the Cowardly Dog, with Cause to be Cowardly

I mean, that's just downright freaky...

CatDog, in a More Realistic Fashion

Which is actually even cuter than the series, somehow.

Ed, Edd n Eddy, Concerningly Adult-Looking

And presumably about to cause all kinds of trouble.

And, of course, because what would the 90's be without it...

Pokémon. Just. So. Many. Pokémon.

Each more awesome than the last...

The best thing about all of these, though? Gabriel Picolo is making a new piece of Fan Art awesomeness each and every day this year - which you can check out right here.

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