My post-apocalyptic characters always end up looking a little crazy, and a little dangerous. This guy proves I can draw friendly, approachable characters too.
Need a hand with something? The Handyman will lend you one, or ten.
I’m imagining it in a horror game. A dark setting where you can only see the glowing hologram head. As it gets closer, the rest of its body is revealed to you. And then you notice the fingers. The claws! You dead.
Filling that 3-4 picture a month quota I unintentionally made for myself. Still, it feels like it’s been awhile since I’ve finished a picture. Just not in the drawing mood much anymore, but I still barfed this half-headed cyborg out because I thought I should.
Wait, those aren’t eyes…those are spots! You’re not the adorable, cuddly, giant-horned doggy I thought you were! And then it reveals just how much of its body is actually mouth, and bites off your head. The end.
Well, this guy’s frakking massive. If the little 4-eyed Narshark there is about the size of a Great White, that would make Big Bertha over 100ft, from head to tail. I did say I was going to draw bigger creatures on my height chart post, so mission accomplished!
It’s like a mystical minotaur/grim reaper. Yes, those will be the tags!
Maybe I should include Scottish Terrier too, because I’m looking at its face now and that’s what I’m seeing…
I’ve been wanting to put one of these together, see how they looked next to each other, and get an idea of what I should draw more of. And now I know! More characters under 4ft, and over 15ft, shall be drawn!