Seeing WaPeach fanart all over NG was cool the first 5,000 or so times I saw it, but I'm sorry, it doesn't matter if your WaPeach submission is the greatest one yet, I've already reached the point where I'll just scroll past WaPeach art without clicking the "Favorite" Heart button or even leaving a 4-5 Star Review for more original stuff.
Personally, if this was an actual design Nintendo was considering at some point, I'm disappointed they didn't have the guts to make WaPeach uglier and more misshapen than Wario and Waluigi combined.
But anyway, this is sort of why I've shifted back to long-term animation projects these days. I don't really feel like I have anything to add to art memes like "WaPeach" or "Moushley" or "Arrow to the Knee," and I want to make more of the kind of stuff that people will hopefully watch and re-watch a decade from now--sort of like how I understand exactly zero of the pop culture references found in 1940s Looney Tunes shorts or the 1992 Disney version of Aladdin, yet that doesn't stop me at all from enjoying either classic, despite technically being "before my time."
Still, gotta appreciate the work ethic and talent required to make an amusing contribution to an Internet trend while it's at its most relevant. Probably wouldn't have looked into "WaPeach" in the first place if not for some cool earlier drawings I saw of her. I'm just saying I don't want to risk burnout myself trying to keep up with social media's latest barely-disguised fetish...