Fiddler’s Cave 7

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If the fiddler was a giant spider robot it’s no wonder calling for his friend didn’t work.
The fiddler probably destroyed his friend himself without realizing it, after all, that robot is “a tool hellbent on destruction!” XD

But this is just assuming he was a giant spider robot. It’s one possible explanation, in that if he was an illegal knockoff it would explain why his friend was on the lamb with him.


Not following you at all there; either you know something i don’t or you’re mixing up fiddler crabs with spiders.


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    patmandx:

    So I’ve recently REALLY gotten into Kory Bing’s Skin Deep (check it out), a story about mythical creatures hiding in human society. Here’s a few pictures I’ve drawn of people I know (most of which don’t actually read the comic, so they’re amazingly good sports).

    I’ve got to hand it Ms. Bing, she’s really good at thinking up believable characters and making interesting settings cause I’ve pretty much been absorbed in drawing stuff based on the comic now.

    I’m currently trying very, very hard to not write a full fledged fan-comic about these people I’ve drawn (or as I like to call it, pulling a Loftlocked).

    But yeah, what do you guys think?

    Cool fan characters!!

    10/24/14

Art and Story © Kory Bing 2006-2012
Anthony Gillis, Blanche Noir, Rupert Burton-Fitzgerald, Pheonix, and Royce Carmikal created by Sfé Monster.
Alec Hyde, Ike Sanford, Sam Hain, Rhonda Phelton, Dermot Ainesborough created by Sheana Molloy.