Why are adult villains in games always shocked in this situation? I don't care if you're Methuselah, if your monster of choice is a foot-tall worm and you go up against a ten-year-old girl with a 28-FOOT ROCK MONSTER, you're going to lose. No matter how many butt-spikes your worm has.
None of this is exactly to scale, but I'm fairly certain that it gets the point across. Bet nobody knew I could draw Pokémon.
For the record, my Onix is female, and her name is Satine.
Onix, Dawn, Wurmple, and Galactic Grunt (c) Nintendo, Game Freak
This took me a few hours to draw, and remember how to make play and replay buttons. Characters are Chopstick McGee (the girl) and Dead Guy Jones (the possessed doll) from my wip comic Rice in the Afterlife. Was a lot of fun and turned out surprisingly well.
Dead Guy Jones - Joey Dworsky
Chopstick McGee - Matthew Tucker
Did most of this today. This is Will, from Illusion of Gaia, a very old game for Super Nintendo. It was the first SNES game I played, actually. He fights with a crystal flute and saves the world--in a way. The ending always struck me as a sad one.
He was the first thing that popped into my head when I looked at this theme. When I looked around dA, I found very little IoG fanart, and none of it seems to have really stayed completely true to his look in the game. So I tried to do that. One of my favorite characters of all time.
I'm really happy with this. It is based on one of the weirdest conversations that Mayaj and I have had of late, in which Kyle gender-switched poor Pundit and Giovanni... Mikey was a gentleman and gave Pundit his shirt. And....I don't know if I can adequately explain anything else.
Planned this days ago, did all of it today. Tired now.
Pundit, Giovanni (c) Me
Mikey (c) ~Mayaj
Blue shirt (c) Mikey
In Japanese, there is no 'l' sound. So sometimes when Japanese ads use English, they mix up 'r's and 'l's. This is part of what "Engrish" is. With that said, feel free to interpret this as you please.
Technical notes: The only things in this that were not made with an airbrush tool are the text, the wall, and the border. I figured that it belongs in airbrushings because of the sheer amount of work and pain I went through to airbrush everything else. Best part of this thing is that I did in all in one day.
Yay! Not even sure if I'm going to take the effort to enter this, I just feel so dang blaaaah. :holds head: Anyway, this is another one for Lindsey, using the Silly Superhero Names generator, and out of about 30 possibles, Linds chose "Song Farter". We sketched it out while I was still over there--and if I can just find the book it's marking my place in, then I'll scan it....
Song Farter has a partner, his name is Buff Tempest, but I don't think I can draw him, buff guys are not something I feel like drawing.