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After Your Death by Keflavik After Your Death by Keflavik
This is my first entry to the Seventh Sanctum Fusion Class contest. [link] And also my main character for my NaNoWriMo story. The scene is set the night after his wife's death, and he is gazing at her skeleton key necklace and at his time manipulating pocket watch.

This is Thomas Dudley: Grand Inventor and Fighter of Crime. His actual job title that I got from the generators is: Automata Interfacer.

This laid-back man has droopy brown eyes that are like two tiger-eye gems. His thick, wavy, cherry red hair is worn in a style that reminds you of a dragon's scales. He's got a beard and a small moustache. He is very short and has a wide-chested build. His skin is tanned. He has small ears and long-fingered hands. His wardrobe is uncomplicated, and is mostly black.

Thomas Dudley is an inventor extraordinaire with completely no street smarts. He and his wife, Emogene Dudley (whom I will attempt my first ever speed painting), live in one of the many underwater bubble cities and fight crime. He is beset with troubles when his wife dies and a giant mechanical octopus attacks the city. Only the first of his problems, his extreme fear of death, his almost childlike trust, and absolutely no common sense accentuate the problems to impossible heights. All this is balanced out by his observant insights and MacGyver ability to put things together in a way they might help.

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SilithDark Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
lol, i'm looking at some of the most recent entries and it seems like a lot of people, or at least a few, are NaNo'ers and are doing a character from their NaNo Novel this year
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Keflavik Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2009  Professional Interface Designer
Eh, you know, it's a perfect visualization exercise. It allows you to know exactly what they look like and how they act. Heck, they might even win you a gift card!
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