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Thomas Jefferson was never much of a warrior history tells us, but yet again history is wrong. This is an image of one of the many attempts by Jefferson to battle all the manliest animals on earth while trying to teach them the ways of America.
FDR, arguable one of the best presidents of all time. Known for his program "The New Deal" and other such accomplishments, what is not not known is his many victories in battle against many different types of enemies. FDR possessed great power and technology as can be seen from his transforming wheel chair in which he slayed many foes.
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He's one of America's most bad-ass presidents....Teddy Roosevelt. Not only did Teddy Roosevelt give a speech with a bullet in his chest, but what many people don't know is he slaughtered many bigfoot in his time...this is a picture of one of those events.
THE BRITISH ARE COMING....in 8bits. The scene in which I have captured in this image is Paul Reveres famous midnight ride. What many don't know is he made his ride on the grid. So show your support for America, and one of its greatest heroes by adorning your walls with this print.
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George Washington was known for many things...Being a great general, Having wooden dentures (Okay they weren't really wooden, Cutting down the cherry tree, and being nicknamed the Destroyer of Villages. But what many don't know is he was an avid Zombie Hunter, this is a picture of one of his many adventures out into the night to give some Liberty and Justice to all.
In 1752 before Ben Franklin invented Pizza, Gameboy, the iPad2 or Mexican food he was contemplating how to conquer electricity. Being the genius he was he decided go get it at its source, this being Zeus. Strapping himself to a kite, and equipping some homemade lightning claws he ascended through the clouds and into the realm of the Gods to battle it out with Zeus. This is a painting capturing the exact moment the battle started.
So, I read this book, Rivers of London by Ben Aaronovitch and I loved it! It's the first book of a trilogy and talks about the adventures of Peter Grant, a young officer in the Metropolitan Police; who, following an unexpected encounter with a ghost, is recruited into the small branch of the Met that deals with magic and the supernatural.
Peter Grant, having become the first English apprentice wizard in fifty years, must immediately deal with two different but ultimately inter-related cases. In one he must find what is possessing ordinary people and turning them into vicious killers, and in the second he must broker a peace between the two warring gods of the River Thames.
And I wanted to draw the main protagonists. From Left to right:
Up left: Beverley Brook, "daughter" of Mama Thames and goddess of a small river in South London.
Bottom left: Police Constable Lesley May, an officer in the Metropolitan Police who, having completed her mandatory probationary period, is expected to go far.
Middle: Police Constable Peter Grant, the protagonist and an officer in the Metropolitan Police who, having completed his mandatory probationary period, is expected to do paperwork.
Up right: (I fell in love with him, and I regret nothing.) Detective Chief Inspector Thomas Nightingale, head of the Folly and the last officially sanctioned English Wizard.
Bottom right: Molly; The Folly's domestic helper, of unknown species. (I don't really know why, but I love her so much. She doesn't really have all this space in the book but I like her!).
I want to read the other two books but here in Italy they haven't yet been published ._.
This scanned Word document represents a VERY condensed history of the fictional universe that frames my mech designs and several of my creatures. Because it's a text-intensive combination of chronological backdrop and illustrated encyclopedia, I would recommend a full view (though I'm not usually one to scream "FULL VIEW PLEASE!!"). This timeline really only scratches the surface of the Flea War universe; more ideas and images can be found in my Scraps (and now in the dedicated "Flea War Mecha and Combatants" folder [link]).
Credit for the motivation behind the compilation of this history goes to ~doodlebot-squared, who has been the most loyal and enthusiastic supporter of this fictional world. I fully understand that an anime/manga-style apocalyptical giant robot universe isn't everybody's cup of tea, but I hope this chronology will appeal to those who are interested in a more complete conceptual/contextual background for my mech designs.