Very nice.I'm glad you like it, my friend!
It was a lot of fun to create aswell I love the gloomy vibe of the old MOTU artwork. So that's something I try to capture in my pictures aswell.
Thank you for that great compliment!
I'm always trying to portray all characters in a way, that makes them more likable to all fans. I see it as a challenge to show the potential of all characters. Especially the new ones that have a hard time of being accepted in MOTU.
Aaaand as promised: the big finale of my unpacking-marathon!
I hate how Mattel "solved" the Snake-at-Arms story arch by killing Duncan and making Clamp Champ a murderer
So I rewrote that story to redeem both characters :
""HSSS!!! IīM GOING TO FEASSST ON YOUR FLESH!!!"
"Teela quick! Use it!"
Raenius had managed to trap his former mentor. He had digged his techno clamp deep into the rock behind the monster that once was Duncan. The snakeman struggled with all his might. But he wouldnīt escape! Not this time! Too much was at stake!
Teela quickly raised the golden snake ring over her fatherīs disfigured face. The snakemanīs eyes widened with fear as he spotted the artifact.
"NO!!!", he screamed, panicking. He reinforced his struggle, but to no avail - Clamp Champ wouldnīt let go. The artifact felt heavy in Teelas hand, as it began to emit a green glow. It trembled and a strong force began to pull at her arm. The monster screamed and contorted in pain as the green glow began to rip on its body.
"Father hold on!", Teela pleaded sorrowfully.
For a moment it seemed like the snakeman was winning. His eyes glowed red with evil. But then his scaley traits slowly began to soften.
"Itīs working! Itīs leaving him!", Raenius exclaimed reassuring.
After what seemed like hours, the struggle had stopped. Duncans body was hanging limp between Clamp Champs weapon and the rock.
Slowly the weakend man raised his head.
Teela smiled - her eyes filled with tears.
He was back! Duncan, her father had finally been saved!
Raenius carefully released his mentor from the grip of his techno clamp and picked up the snake ring that Teela had dropped. With another look at Duncan he activated the hydraulic mechanism of his clamp. The artifact was destroyed. Never again, Raenius thought, with a satisfied smile on his face.
It is a shame that you are not allowed to write the bios. Yours are much better.