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May 10, 2010 | 7:42 AM EDT
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My interpretation of the Frankenstein Monster. He was assembled from various humanoid creature pieces. The young doctor(will be drawn soon) leads a tortured and vengeful life. At only 20 he is far and away more ambitious than his peers. His mother died during birth and his father always blamed him. He always tried to please his grieving father up until the day his father tried to kill him and himself. An old war veteran living in a cemetery was the only one to come to his aid and defend the child from his father. Young Victor from that point on became obsessed with creating a guardian that loved him and protected him from the horrors of life.

The collector served Victor by graverobbing and obtaining human or creature remains. In return the collector only asked to have his way with the unused bodies. Victor did not care what the collector did so long as he had his dream realized.

This is the final product of Victor's labors. His hands are crafted to conduct an electrical charge that flows through his body. The creation keeps Victor safe, it protects him like a real father should.

Victor has been changed to Victoria: http://www.newgrounds.com /art/view/arvalis/the-doc tor

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UnsterblicherUnsterblicher

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Impressive and unique rendition of a classic monst

A very impressive and unique rendition of Frankenstein's monster. It truly looks like how Mary Shelley would have envisioned the creature--horrible and misshapen in appearance, but yet with a notable expression of intelligence and malevolence on its face. Most other depictions tend to miss the latter point.

This is truly the most accurate depiction of Frankenstein's monster I have yet seen. The only thing I did not like was the pointed left ear (looks a bit elf-like and thus inhuman), but that barely detracts from the piece as a whole.



mazemastermazemaster

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

fuck ja

franks brother



StyrzKazStyrzKaz

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Brilliant

I'm glad you decided to make the young scientist female instead of male (If this is the same story). It gives the scientist some innocence despite the fact that she can create such a creature as this. I can tell you have knowledge of how a body decomposes, like nails growing long even after death. Great job. I hope to see more from you soon.



kr8tokr8to

Rated 3 / 5 stars

uh

he has some really weird muscles, the muscles in his leg make no sense especially, you have the patella and tibia in their but you only seem to have a calf muscle, his ankle is a kankle and his toes dont make sense either, to be honest all his muscles are wacky, no im not trying to be mean or nasty, just work on them muscles, dont studies do anything :p


arvalis responds:

When you learn anatomy, you can get back to me. I can point all the anatomy i used here and why i stretched them and exaggerated them.


katikarkatikar

Rated 5 / 5 stars

cool

i think my favorite part about this is that victor(ia) felt that the right foot was a suitable enough part when there was doubtlessly several other, much more suitable feet available. but seriously, im not sure i would want a fatherly hug from this guy...