Dank Art and Jokes [Dragonheadskilax]

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Ruscole1    16
3 hours ago, SDragonhead said:

Doodlesssssss. Theyre supposed to be for some headcanons I wrote along with them.




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The mime of the hour. A.J. Weston. Long time resident of France who cherished trips to other countries. Circa 1900-1910s. He was a student in France’s early institutes for sign language. French Indian. He doesn’t tell much about himself outside of hobbies and interests. Wes’ natural need of kindness and positive atmospheres could be the result of these untold secrets.


Cool. I like the way you updated Weiner, or should I say for now on A.J. Weston. I like you made his attire before he's all mimed up. keep it up a good work.

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Clownyshush    1351

i may have said this before, but I love your style of colouring. it gives it an old storybook feeling, and i think it's very akin to watercolour. i also like the usage of pointillism in darker and more shaded areas.

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minespatch    74498
On 2/10/2020 at 10:36 PM, SDragonhead said:




I'm sensing a theme.:wilson_sneaky: But there's effort in here!

Daaaw, wholesome kitty picture.

You're a expert at drawing derp expressions.

On 2/15/2020 at 2:54 PM, SDragonhead said:








More lauabout doodles but it looks like the effort in them really show how well you do it.

#relatable. Kind of like that scene in the Hook, Line, and Inker trailer. Wilson is getting into his comfort.

The chibi-ness in this has a Charles Shultz flavor but I can tell you had fun drawing this. The simple cartoon flavor with showing Wilson's favorite topic.

Damn, Wurt is really cute here. She just seems so happy in her medium. Wouldn't be surprised if Wendy becomes a doodle partner.

The scope of this piece feels reminiscent of soviet posters.  There is a air of foreboding and fits the precursor to the destruction of the Hamlet. Always love your take on the gnaw.

Again, a master at drawing derp faces. Gets me every time.:wilson_ecstatic:

On 4/3/2020 at 6:00 PM, SDragonhead said:

"domestic life"







Where did the audio come from?

These two should've just been one comic but I understand why the second one is a singular image. Emphasizing the confusion.

Love how organic the pose is of the carrat. Do you have a rat in real life?

That one has a lot of detail! Nice work with his pose.

The tiny kittykit just adds a nice touch. It's really cute.

You two did a great job working on this.

I like how you added Wilson as a size comparison with the mech. Nice use of foreshortening.

On 4/3/2020 at 11:57 PM, SDragonhead said:


Nice work on these concepts. They fit the art style and the gnaw contrasts from the cutesy designs.

On 4/6/2020 at 3:18 PM, SDragonhead said:




Was this particular style based off the Uncle Wiggly books? I grew up with that book.

I think I'm familiar with this style from the Don Blanding books my mother used to collect.

I've seen a similar style at Mimi's cafe. All these older art inspired pieces hit me close to home.

On 4/21/2020 at 2:49 PM, SDragonhead said:




You didn't have to change Wortox much.:wilson_ecstatic:

What inspired you to make Wilson a dodo?

Was the attitude of Wilson in the Forge from a rp with a friend or is this a headcanon you wanted to illustrate?

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minespatch    74498
Just now, SDragonhead said:

Heheh you finally came crawling hack to see my content, tee hee.

Nononnononno, I've been following your thread but I needed a chance and time to just reply to the final page. Haven't had time to comment on fellow artist friend's recently.

19 minutes ago, SDragonhead said:

The Naked Civil Servant movie adaptation! I highly recommend the film/book.

The hair lines of the dodos in New Horizons make me think of Wilson’s plus the way I draw him is already small and round so it just felt right.

I remembered I never drew his forge skin before so I doodled it and also remember how for that skin the back of his head has those...shaved areas which always look like balding patterns to me.

Never heard of it before. Thank you.

latest?cb=20200221011022Looking at the example puts a lot more into context.

I can see there's a bit of machismo in the Forge portrait and his poses in the trailer. So yeah, totally compensating for age.:wilson_ecstatic:

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taako bell    132

ive been following you on tumblr and youtube for a while so it's really cool to see you on the forums as well!

also,, i know im kinda late on this but. love trans wes and willow!! i wish there was more wesson content out there, you draw them really well together.

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