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Tamir    1,237

STEAM, SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY!!! Loads of hardcore, uncompromising world aiming solely to kill you, the gruesome creepy sketchiness, the steam\diesel punk attitude, charming Wilson, irreststible Maxwell... I'm head over heels. Fantastico.Klei, you are officially awesome.

Second that ^Welcome aboard, and your art is truly awesome! I hope to see more in the future :wilson_smile:

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Rocky Springs    317

Thanks a lot, guys. :) Sorry for the absence, been busy working. Aaaand drawing the background for the above mentioned DS wiki. Once it's ready, I'll post it here.

oooh, these are amazing :o they look like they were made using coffee

How did you know, huh? :congratulatory:

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Jim    80

These are awesome. Welcome to the forums! Enjoy your stay and don't you dare stop drawing. :3

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Rocky Springs    317

Thanks again, guys :-) This August has been really packed up. Doing hundreds of things every day. Summer's over and I'm back online.

More stuff is apparently coming up, but what I've done over the month needs a serious explanation. I'll try.

In the very beginning I intended to start a full-length Don't Starve comic on a hundred pages just the way I like it, but... well, the niche seems to be occupied. So my story happens to be somewhat of a spin-off. Or a sequel? You decide.It started with a completely random idea of drawing Wilson and Wes in XXI century -- Wilson wearing classic beige chinos, two-coloured Vans Era and typing on his iPad; Wes in a hoodie and skinnies. Turned out pretty neat, and one sunny day walking down the street I suddenly started making a dialogue between them. Ideas just kept coming one by one, layering on each other, not even a weirdest thought was scratched out, and in the end, I got this.

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As you may see, it's a draft. I have yet to add Wolfgang, probably Wickerbottom, and most importantly, Maxwell. :grin: And, of course, the story. It's still quite messed up, so I'd better break it in parts.

 

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Jim    80

Welcome back. That's a very interesting story idea, I can't wait to see how it turns out. :3

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Tamir    1,237

Thanks again, guys :-) This August has been really packed up. Doing hundreds of things every day. Summer's over and I'm back online.More stuff is apparently coming up, but what I've done over the month needs a serious explanation. I'll try.In the very beginning I intended to start a full-length Don't Starve comic on a hundred pages just the way I like it, but... well, the niche seems to be occupied. So my story happens to be somewhat of a spin-off. Or a sequel? You decide.It started with a completely random idea of drawing Wilson and Wes in XXI century -- Wilson wearing classic beige chinos, two-coloured Vans Era and typing on his iPad; Wes in a hoodie and skinnies. Turned out pretty neat, and one sunny day walking down the street I suddenly started making a dialogue between them. Ideas just kept coming one by one, layering on each other, not even a weirdest thought was scratched out, and in the end, I got this.(img)As you may see, it's a draft. I have yet to add Wolfgang, probably Wickerbottom, and most importantly, Maxwell. :grin: And, of course, the story. It's still quite messed up, so I'd better break it in parts.

Looks great, can't wait to see the final result :grin:

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Rocky Springs    317

Some work-in-progress. I can't say it's finished yet. I'd like to do some more work on Wendy and Wesley. Aaaand do something to Wilson's face, it looks kinda, uh... dead? Anyway. Here's a stub of the plot. If there's any grammar mistakes, most awfully sorry ^^;

 

Some people are thought to have come from another planet. So is Wilson. Looking at him, one would seriously reckon he arrived from the previous century. His politeness is disarming and even the worst-mannered ladies turn into prim young things in front of him. You'd never hear a swearword, nor a filthy joke escaping his lips, he doesn't share pics of his breakfast on Instagram, you will not find him on Twitter; and -- oh goodness -- he spends quite a few minutes to type his own posts on facebook. Today, even this is fairly enough to consider someone a weirdo.

Wilson is a genius. He's truly a genius with IQ of 140. He's young, courteous, heavenly-looking and... short. The straight A student, sporting the Mensa Society ring. A gentleman, looking at the world through unfazed eyes. However, for some reasons his interest in science abruptly vanished and he quit the university without any explanation thereof. He started working as a bartender at the just-opened rockabilly bar, B-52, but two years later, administration's persistent attempts to satisfy as wider audience as possible forced him to give notice. In quite a short while he got a new job, as a system administrator. Everything seemed perfect, on the surface. Until he met the new boss -- the Who-Do-You-Think;

 

William Carter. That's right, he's the guy. =) And his plans on Wilson go far beyond the system maintenance. So far he's being very subtle about his intentions, but Wilson is not quite sure he wants to know what they are.

 

Wes retained his original occupation. He's a street performer. Mostly a living statue and occassionally (when in a better mood) a mime. And hence he's not allowed to talk at work, you'll need quite an effort to shut him up on his free time. A live wire with a huge smile on his face, sometimes he's a little bit too insistent. Very emotional and vulnerable, despite looking shallow.

 

Willow is B-52 employee as well. She's a fire dancer (yeah, WTF; remember what I said about the wider audience?), which is logical, since she's a pyro. Gone crazy for Wilson at the first sight (okay, okay, at the second) and he responded but, unfortunately, on the rebound after a sudden and painful breakup with his girlfriend. As it happens in cases like this, the romance was bright and short, and died very quickly, mostly because of Willow's sadistic inclinations.

 

Wendy has been mourning her sister Abigail for two years, blaming herself for her death. Wilson's childhood friend, she remains a sister figure for him. Unlike Willow, who splashes all her trouble on others, Wendy suffers in silence. The outcome of it may be all kinds of terrible.

 

Wolfgang is a yet another B-52 worker. He's a bouncer, an epic guy with some epic 'stache and epic tattoos. A big dog of the company, mostly nice and harmless but don't you mess with him.

 

Still thinking of what to do to Wickerbottom, I guess she's going to be a personnel manager at Carter's company. Next -- background characters. They are all original, so we'd better examine them guys separately.

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ARamblingSpider    1,536

Some work-in-progress. I can't say it's finished yet. I'd like to do some more work on Wendy and Wesley. Aaaand do something to Wilson's face, it looks kinda, uh... dead? Anyway. Here's a stub of the plot. If there's any grammar mistakes, most awfully sorry ^^;

 

Some people are thought to have come from another planet. So is Wilson. Looking at him, one would seriously reckon he arrived from the previous century. His politeness is disarming and even the worst-mannered ladies turn into prim young things in front of him. You'd never hear a swearword, nor a filthy joke escaping his lips, he doesn't share pics of his breakfast on Instagram, you will not find him on Twitter; and -- oh goodness -- he spends quite a few minutes to type his own posts on facebook. Today, even this is fairly enough to consider someone a weirdo.

Wilson is a genius. He's truly a genius with IQ of 140. He's young, courteous, heavenly-looking and... short. The straight A student, sporting the Mensa Society ring. A gentleman, looking at the world through unfazed eyes. However, for some reasons his interest in science abruptly vanished and he quit the university without any explanation thereof. He started working as a bartender at the just-opened rockabilly bar, B-52, but two years later, administration's persistent attempts to satisfy as wider audience as possible forced him to give notice. In quite a short while he got a new job, as a system administrator. Everything seemed perfect, on the surface. Until he met the new boss -- the Who-Do-You-Think;

 

William Carter. That's right, he's the guy. =) And his plans on Wilson go far beyond the system maintenance. So far he's being very subtle about his intentions, but Wilson is not quite sure he wants to know what they are.

 

Wes retained his original occupation. He's a street performer. Mostly a living statue and occassionally (when in a better mood) a mime. And hence he's not allowed to talk at work, you'll need quite an effort to shut him up on his free time. A live wire with a huge smile on his face, sometimes he's a little bit too insistent. Very emotional and vulnerable, despite looking shallow.

 

Willow is B-52 employee as well. She's a fire dancer (yeah, WTF; remember what I said about the wider audience?), which is logical, since she's a pyro. Gone crazy for Wilson at the first sight (okay, okay, at the second) and he responded but, unfortunately, on the rebound after a sudden and painful breakup with his girlfriend. As it happens in cases like this, the romance was bright and short, and died very quickly, mostly because of Willow's sadistic inclinations.

 

Wendy has been mourning her sister Abigail for two years, blaming herself for her death. Wilson's childhood friend, she remains a sister figure for him. Unlike Willow, who splashes all her trouble on others, Wendy suffers in silence. The outcome of it may be all kinds of terrible.

 

Wolfgang is a yet another B-52 worker. He's a bouncer, an epic guy with some epic 'stache and epic tattoos. A big dog of the company, mostly nice and harmless but don't you mess with him.

 

Still thinking of what to do to Wickerbottom, I guess she's going to be a personnel manager at Carter's company. Next -- background characters. They are all original, so we'd better examine them guys separately.

Reminds me of the Outsiders for some reason.

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Tamir    1,237

I love your character descriptions and cloth styles :wilson_flower: Can't wait to see the rest of the gang!

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Rocky Springs    317

Reminds me of the Outsiders for some reason.

Coppola's Outsiders? :)

 

woa, your style is amazing! o:

Thanks :) Same about you.

 

 

I love your character descriptions and cloth styles :wilson_flower: Can't wait to see the rest of the gang!

YESH, I want to add Maxwell so bad, but my perfectionism keeps me polishing him. x____x That dapper beast simply cannot be shy of perfection!

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ARamblingSpider    1,536

Coppola's Outsiders? :-)

 

Thanks :-) Same about you.

 

 

YESH, I want to add Maxwell so bad, but my perfectionism keeps me polishing him. x____x That dapper beast simply cannot be shy of perfection!

By S. E. Hinton.

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Jim    80

If that's a quick sketch... I'm probably gonna... be completely amazed and start spamming that your art is amazing.

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