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Remember how Death Battle, a famous internet show that pits fan-favorite characters to fight each to the death, used my artwork, "Deathpool vs. Deathstroke Cover" to promote the episode featuring those two mercaneries? Well I just finished watching the latest episode, "Balrog vs TJ Combo," and towards the end, they showcase a preview of the next episode, "Shredder vs Silver Samurai." And near the end of that preview, that's when it happened. They used a mirrored version of my artwork of Shredder to promote the next Death Battle!
Two times this has happened!
If it happens for a third time...
ScrewAttack... call me sometime so we can talk business.
This is a present for my third (and last of the three) first-cousin-once-removed for everyone's favorite psychotic plant monster, Flowey. This whole thing was practically new territory when it comes to coloring. In fact, this is one of the three versions I made for my relative to choose. The first one featured Flowey entirely monochromatic (black & white), the second one is heavily rendered in colors illuminating from the hearts/souls above, and this one is basically a combination of the first two. Also, I wanted to feature Flowey with one of his more psychotic expressions, but my relative said that it might be too scary if they hang it in the room.
This is another present I made for another one of my first-cousins-once-removed. And believe or not, this person wanted this pose of her as seen during her signature song, "Poor Unfortunate Souls." Either way, it gave me an opportunity to play with the coloring. This time, I wanted to capture the green-and-purple color scheme that's similar to that moment where Ursula begins her spell to take away Ariel's voice.
Favorite visual artistDon Bluth, Federica ManfrediFavorite moviesGladiator, Star Wars, various Disney MoviesFavorite bands / musical artistsDanny ElfmanFavorite gamesGod of War, Resident Evil 4, Smash Bros.Favorite gaming platformaction, RPG, shooterTools of the Tradepencil, pen, PhotoshopOther Interestsmovies, video games, comic books, mythologies