I love the idea of Bioshock Infinite
so much that I started drawing tonight. That's... kind of miraculous. I never draw.
I drew what I thought the "Daddies" might look like. You can't see much of them. Actually, I think I know what their proportions are, but it's the problem of their stupid hips. Do they have hips? Do they have joints in their elbows? I can't quite SEE.
Initially I thought that they had hips, but I'm not that sure. When the "Daddy" swings Booker through the window, he takes a step to do so and his torso appears to remain stationary -- he doesn't swing his upper body. Right now I'm going to put bets on no hips and no elbows.
If you're wondering why I gave them little human heads, it's because the blog from PC Gamer stated they have them -- complete with extravagant mustaches and nicely parted hair (loool). I... am not sure I like THAT part, but I tried to draw it. I didn't know if they meant they had a human-like metal head or a real fricking human head jutting out.
Over there on the far right (and nestled next to the boot) is Booker DeWitt, the character you play. I tried to make him look badass. Instead, I made him look arrogant. He IS a Pinkerton. I guess that's what Pinkertons look like because they KNOW just how fricking badass they are. Doesn't matter if a superpowered chick is interested in you or not. Gonna look broodingly over into the corner. Because you're bad. Ass.
I drew him by blocking out his shape and then going over it with white. It was really fun and it's never worked that well for me before D:
Elizabeth sucks, as do all the women I draw, buuuut I'll take what I can get!
Because you can entirely throw crows at people in this game
and I HEARTILY APPROVE
some crow pics on the first page of GoogleThese Saucy FellowsThe TrailerKen Levine's AnnouncementPC Gamer Write-Up of the Demo