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Sunday, 18 March 2012

Fearsome Mcdonalds worker and a woman kneeling

These are drawings from my sketchpad. The Mcdonalds ghoul came from watching a gruesome episode of Supernatural. The young woman was just someone who happened to catch my eye.

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  1. Your post reminds me of 'The Walking Dead'. The guy's a zombie and the woman makes me think of Michonne and Glenn, odd.

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    1. Yeah, i can see it. What do you think of the second series, i lost interest after about three episodes. The church one killed it for me, so tedious, and illogical. About the only thing it has going for it is the red neck.

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    2. I read from issue 1 to 77 at my local library, was impressed and surprisingly not as addictive as manga (which I now despise with a passion). I bought the whole season here in Oz before it even got shown for a bargain (legit and new of course) and only still at episode 3.

      Is season 2 really that rubbish? And speaking of the church one, did they find the priest and cannibal group already? That must've been fast, probably skipped through a whole load of parts as well.

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  2. Supernatural, can't go wrong with that. Great drawings and yeah The Walking Dead went down hill in the second season, seems like they are just trying to drag it out.

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  3. Where i'm from McD's workers are a lot like that...cute girl...

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  4. @G yes that,s right, a lot cute girl

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  5. Really enjoying your artwork!

    As for Walking Dead, we only started watching it the 2nd season. Some episodes are really good, some unintentionally hilarious...and worst are the snoozers.

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    1. Thanks for commenting. Walking dead i think lost its way when it lost Darabont. He had just come from 'The Mist' so he had experience of that high tension horror format.
      Shame, because the first series was so fast paced.

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  6. I really like this kind of "bocetos" ;)

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