Tuesday, May 23, 2006

The Killer Whagon


The most fearsome creature to roam the seven seas, and all of landlocked Eurasia. Half killer whale, half dragon, all evil!

There are two things different here than I originally planned. First, I was going to put a cardinal on his back called the Red Ryder. Second, I was going to just leave the drawing in black and white. But instead, I decided to give you a...

...painted whagon.

8 comments:

S.T. Lewis said...

What a cute little demon beast. That's not what blow holes are for! This should be on t-shirts at Sea World... and the zoo... and the circus... and on all the flags in hell. I can't be your friend anymore, but I love it! I love the idea and the design and the whole thing. You're a genius... a genius of evil.

Ken Chandler said...

Love the pun Adrian. Only you could pull it off so well. Clever. The Drawing-- no surprises-- is incredible. You've set the bar too high, now I have to work really hard to come to your level. Great job... of evil!

Peter said...

Wow. Can you adopt these at the pound? I wonder what kind of license this pet would require. I'll bet it's expensive and you have to have dental exams twice a month. Dang, I can't afford that!
Sweet design, very slick, with sharp, pointy teeth! Aarrrgh!!

Alina Chau said...

fun wicked character!

Joe Fowler said...

I love the fire out the blow hole. If you just did the "Whagon" it would be very cool, but the fire makes it desktop worthy.

Swanimator said...

What a combination! Nice design as usual.

Jedulous said...

Killer whales are already evil as it is. as evil as dragons are, it only dilutes the wickedness. I hate killer whales, if you didn't guess.
Awesome fire coming out of the blowhole

Taylor Krahenbuhl said...

Nice work, it reminds me of that national geographic video where the killer whales throw around those seals....it was intense watching that as a child.