Family Reunion

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Family Reunion

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The following illustration tells the story of what occurs after the Great War. In an alternate universe where the world continued to run on coal, the biggest war in history broke loose. The US won because of one reason only, by taming an earth golem and making him the perfect weapon which came to be known as ANDROMETALIS. After the war, ANDROMETALIS ended up going rouge and in its anger destroyed small cities. A general from the Great war, Nicholas Thaddeus was sent to stop this beast. His son Solomon begged to be of some help but his father knew he could not lose him and rejected his help. A group of scientist designed a legendary axe for him, in which in contact with its deadly blades would consume in the soul of any. This was to be used on ANDROMETALIS ,however, Solomon followed his father to an old coal mine where the beast hid. In the pinnacle of the battle Gen. Thaddeus became injured, with his son coming out and trying to help his father only cause the legendary axe to accidentally suck his fathers soul in. In cowardliness Solomon flees the battle ground but vows to return. Two years later, on that day, when he grabbed the axe, his father soul came out and began to fuse with his son allowing him to receive power and courage to defeat what once saved his country.


This was the funnest art project I have ever done in my life, yet the most frustrating--do you know how hard it is to draw with a touch-pad mouse?! I hope you all enjoy! Please leave any sort of feedback to improve in any way.

Thank you for your time!

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Jan 12, 2017 | 3:26 AM EST
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