This moment is one of my 'favorite' moments of genocide run. There's so much tension, and honestly I find it a tougher choice to make to (SPOILERS!!) try to kill him than when the opponent is showing mercy, like Papyrus.
Anyways, this was a very big learning experience for me; I learned how to create smoother shading, give things a better texture, and using different brushes. It goes to show that practice makes perfect. I don't think I will be able to make big pictures like this (I refuse to use the word detailed) because school is starting soon. I'll probably be drawing characters with no backgrounds or simpler images for practice. I don't even want to think about how long this took to draw. It took longer than it should have is all I know, because I take frequent breaks while drawing.
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