我相棒デスくん ("My Partner Death-kun
When Madison Grail was killed by a particle accelerator through the head, she thought "KLAXBCLAILOEJAFK" and crumpled to the ground.
But when Death came to reap her soul, his leg got tangled in her particle accelerated hair on the way out, and he falled on the floor, breaking his USB Flash Drive of Souls. Chaos ensued. Many things (but not all; only a fool
keeps everything on a single flash drive) that should have been dead were suddenly not, like dinosaurs and chivalry. This, of course, included Madison. Does it make sense that even though the body is dead/gone, something can come back to life if its soul is freed? No. Shut up.
So Madison was excited to be alive again, but Death was not. In a fit of irresponsibility, he blamed her for the current situation and demanded she correct everything and make all the dead stuff dead again. And she's like "how" and Death was all "ASLFKADOVJEOIF" and gave her a black lumpy egg which hatches into DEATH-KUN which is basically just a dumpy offshoot of himself to assist her in doing this stuff. And then big Death fled the scene.
EVERYTHING IS GOOD
Death-kun's design is inspired by a dream I had while staying in a hotel. It also kind of looked like a Blue Gorilla
for a while, so I hastily moved some stuff around on the skull face. Also he ended up looking somewhat like a large Death-themed chicken. Or a Pokemon. A dinosaur-killing Pokemon.
Background took the longest time. It was not very fun. I think next time I should find a city background that looks fun to draw, and then draw it to have fun. Also the vanishing points are inconsistent. arrrgh
Gonna give lineless art another shot after this. So far I think thin lines look better than thick/no lines, but I am also curious to see if I can improve on my lineless technique a bit more.
Made in Flash