thanks for digging the art-as for the story, I purposely didn't think too far into it. Lockdown collects a bounty on Bludgeon, frying coneheads in his path. Thats it. Just a fun one pager that just came together as I was drawing it, no more, no less..take it or leave it. Just wanted to draw some Decepticons I like in a simple and short fashion, like a snippet out of a larger tale. Use your imagination and fill in the blanks.
One day, Dirge and Ramjet were standing around minding their own business when suddenly the silence was broken by a loud -THOOM-. The giant sky anus had just released a powerful burst of explosive diarrhea. So powerful was this burst that it had dislodged Lockdown, the Decepticon bounty hunter who had spent weeks hiding in the sky anus- biding his time until the perfect opportunity for an attack presented itself. Lockdown landed silently behind the two coneheads. Luckily they had not noticed him, giving him an opening for a surprise attack. "Hey, guys. Pull my finger" he said. "Oh Primus! The SMELL!" yelled the coneheads in unison as their faces were rotted away by the noxious fumes. Amid the stinking rubble, a lone figure came into Lockdown's field of vision seemingly unaffected by stench. "Took you long enough to come for my head......Lockdown" it said. That's when it hit him. He had made a horrible miscalculation, for Bludgeon has no nose. The End.
This is one of the poorest mosaics I've seen yet. Art is pretty neat though.
Where's the context? Is this a sequel to a previous Mosaic I'd forgotten about? If it's not, then this is just a random scene without a beginning or an end.It's just a middle, one that doesn't even express well what it's trying to portray. Where is this set? The backgrounds are so vague, it's impossible to determine. Are the Seekers Bludgeon's honor guard? Prison guard?
I'm in the same boat here. I don't think it helps that I'm not familiar with Bludgeon beyond his name and appearance. I get the feeling that this mosaic is assuming a LOT of background knowledge in order for this to make any sense at all.