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Today is the 26th of January, which means it's Australia day!
so I though I'd celebrate with an original Australian superhero.
He has the Commonwealth or Federation Star on his chest, the Union Jack on his left shoulder and the Southern Cross on his left forearm, all these things line up pretty well to show the Australian flag,
I put the Aboriginal flag on his right shoulder as a sign of respect,
and the Eureka flag on his right forearm as it is a symbol of rebellion as most superheros are vigilantes.

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ONE question are you Austalia


Rennis5 responds:

Are you asking if I am Australian?
or if (am I Australia) as in, I am the whole country itself?

Well I can tell you I do not weigh that much... but yes I am Australian,
I live near Sydney and yes drop bears are real.


nice one. not a reflection of your art here, but its kind of annoying how the union jack is on our flag still.


Rennis5 responds:

Yeah, I was considering not using the union jack,
but as it stands it is still on the flag and probably not going anywhere for a while.
Thank you so much for commenting :D


That's properly good, in all the ways that matter. Should've given him a bigger package, lol! Head seems a bit short, maybe his jaw got knocked off in a Bathurst brawl between Chevy and Ford blokes ;)


Rennis5 responds:

lol yeah,
when I was drawing it I said to myself that I needed to make his head bigger
"right after I do this other part" and then I completely forgot about it,
maybe his legs should be a bit smaller too but I was rushing to get this done in one day before going out to celebrate the day.

Thank you for your comment :D

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