I'm not sure what this big boy's intentions are -- he could be just poking at the Scouts out of curiosity. (I've been drawing a lot of Scouts lately, but I worked so many summers at a camp in Wisconsin -- just brings back memories.
A pencil sketch I did this afternoon because I couldn't think of anything else.
Another of the Brobdingnag boys. As I said, I'm thinking of a comic book about these two. A pair of mischevous and hungry ninety-foot boys. . .
(Not the best reproduction. My laptop is being worked on so this is a photo and not a scan.)
All boys -- especially giant ones -- love to make trouble sometimes. And when you gotta go, well -- you gotta go!
(Hope you don't mind --just some not-so-innocent fun and nothing is really shown. And check out 'Size Matters" if you don't believe me! It's a great Giga-Boy Video.)
Some giants don't mean to cause trouble, but sometimes just becoming a giant causes more than enough trouble! Don't always believe little labels on cakes that say. "Eat Me." or bottles that say, "Drink Me."
These boys probably aren't really troublemakers, but anyone trying to hide in the house would have a different opinion, especially since I don't think it helps to pick up their SUV like that. I think they're just curious. They look like nice kids. I'd want to get to know them better!
This is an old line drawing that I colored. Turned out pretty well, I think.
I like mythical giants, too -- not just big green boys from outer space, but demons and angels and all sorts of things. Here we have a giant demon boy with a little man he's captured. Looks like he's in for a rough time! I have colored this demon in the style of Magnaman, who puts blond hair on his red devils, representing fire. I just like the combination.