The obscure and isolated tribe of Native Americans had never heard of Christ, or the Hell He claimed to save the White Man from, or the steel and iron used to subjugate the land. Until they did, and then it was almost too late. I say almost, because a shaman of the Tribe happened to chance upon a dark ritual outside one of the wooden stockades the invaders had spread like a pox, and a demon intended for the innocent lad invaded him instead. But the soul of a Sioux was made of different stuff than the hellspawn of the West was used to, and in place of subjugation the two joined in a once-in-an-eternity pact to fight their mutual enemy.
I lost my digital tablet stylus, so I’m reduced to actual pencil, eraser, and paper. The ignominy! But, I hope you enjoy this sketch I did today regardless. I’m including the initial rough drawing as well as the finished pencils in case you’re interested. On the computer I’d just do these in the same document in layers, trashing the rough when I was done. But since I’m now once again in the analog world, I had to use tracing paper for the finished version.
I had a lot of fun doing the “30 Characters in 30 Days” Challenge this year. For convenience’s sake, here’s the set of all of the images in one gallery. Enjoy!
CeeCee Anderman is a Pareidolist — she can cause anything that seems to have a face to her to come alive briefly, conversing with her about whatever it has seen or heard. Or about wattage and ohms — outlets are always going on about that rubbish.
Animatrix has the power to bring children’s toys and action figures to life.
Badaesstus the Demon Smith loves heavy metal (the music AND the forging varieties), his ectomorph Pooter, and Care Bears in that order.
Earl Gray Hulk, Hot. (Double nerd reference.)
“My aphid senses are tingling! Even at the size of an insect I can handle whatever it might be, bring it — ” SQUISH!!