also some motorcitys froms the meetup yay
I never finished these and I never will but I had 6 motorcity OCs
Donny and Jackie were two friends wh were riding together in their cars, Donny’s retro Jitterbug and Jackie’s more modern CeeBeeJeeBee
Patty was the redhead, and she rode a pick up truck that was decked out for hardcore crashing and thrashing called the Jackalope
Moray was a thief for hire who rode a motorcycle called Electric Feel
Bebel and Joao were gang leaders in motorcity who ran a sea themed gang, and were just expys of my actual two characters by the same name
This is bad and I don’t like it but I worked on it so I might as well post it
This was supposed to be a cute Monstercity AU lineup but it went to balls
But here- have some Werewolf Mike and Cybernetic Vampire Chuck in the meantime and I’ll do the other another day
I’m feeling crappy so I made doodles- all this talk of Red just makes me want to draw him forever wowow help
Uh…this isn’t really my headcanon perse- this isn’t what I expect under the helmet. This is just me dicking around really- I have a soft spot for red headed polynesian looking people, and I feel comfortable drawing him like this I guess.
In terms of in-show Red, I’m a fan of him being younger, but it’s difficult drawing a 14 year old that hardened. And scarred up, I like that headcanon too- especially missing an eye, but I can decide between eye patch or cybernetic robot eye, both are too cool.
Someone posted how interesting it would be if Julie and Red met under Deluxe circumstances, and I agree! As far as I’m concerned, Red doesn’t remember Julie and they didn’t really interact with each other, so I think she’s in the clear when they first meet, but now if Red sees her down in Motorcity, she might be in trouble here.
Annnnd some more scribblies, for petes sake
Chuck has something of a platonic crush on Claire- like, its not a romance, Claire is just the only Deluxian available, and in the beginning when the Burners are kind of iffy on asking Chuck for anything, Claire offers a little stability. He’s really not used to this whole ‘rebel’ thing yet.
At first Chuck is really typical robotic servant. As time passes, he slowly starts developing the personality he had- neurotic, kind of scared because he’s not built for Motorcity livin, dorky, a sassbot 9000 to the max. He plays video games and starts LARPing on his own, and slowly becomes his own person. But it takes awhile.