Drawn from the comic book featured here: greatmousedetective.webs.com/i…
titled "The Great Train Robbery"
or "The Rat Train"
(for some reason the pages aren't showing up for me, I don't know if it's just me or what, but it's probably just me, it's worked every other time)
I drew these over the course of this week. The two I did on the right and the one I did on the bottom left I did, one for each time we went to CarMax, because we kept having issues getting our truck. Until my mom decided to get the truck herself, and thus we drove to the CarMax in San Antonio where the truck we wanted was there and that's when I drew the Basil on the bottom right, and the coolest thing about it, was that the guy that was working with us recognized him
I may draw more from this comic, I must admit it's one of my favorites, with Safe-Crakers
being the second one.
The comic book versions of Basil, I find really entertaining and amusing to draw. There's more expressions and more amusing classic quotes from him. But there's mainly the expressions, and various sty-lings of the comic artist. Granted, there was some colors wrong and some parts of his face didn't look right, but hey that's what makes a style it's own. Even if it means breaking a few rules, heck, I broke them just now with his colors
But you can only do so much with Sharpies and BIC markers
And other artists have bend the rules, but that's okay, we still can tell it's Basil, and isn't it neat to see him in different styles now and then? Different scenarios, wardrobes, worlds even, and time periods
OF COURSE IT IS! Even if it is a wee-OOC, but it's still harmless fun and appreciation nonetheless, or at least I hope it is...
GAH! Sorry didn't mean for this to be so long
I haven't uploaded anything for awhile, nor updated anything on my journal so I've got A LOT to say I guess
I hope you enjoy, expect more soon my friends
Basil of Bakerstreet (C) Disney/Eve Titus