Jesus, dude. I know this is fiction, and your my brother-man online, but this is the equivalent of hosting a party for an Amber Alert that went off.
Edit: Never mind. It's cool. You're not actually celebrating the fact these guys went missing and were killed... hopefully.
But here's what you need to do. First, go to the forum section, which should appear under the "Explore" tab in the header. Then choose the board you want your thread to be under (theorists unite, fun and games, ext). Once you've selected that, a text box will appear with the words "Start a discussion". Title your thread, and then type whatever you want to be in your thread. When you're finished, click "Post" and it should be good to go.
Lucas' stare is meant to make him look dead and empty inside, so I guess I succeeded XD
His eyes are also supposed to be sunken, making him look tired constantly, but I'm not sure if I emphasized the bags under his eyes enough.
I was going for "creepy but cute at the same time" for Lucas. Out of all the Aftons, he is the weakest physically (hence why Elizabeth AKA Nurse Baby is the enforcer for him most of the time). He is also very pale and underweight.
And as an adult, he actually has schizophrenia, hearing William’s voice in his head. But one thing should be clear, while Lucas does have a personal vendetta against Michael for the Bite (and thus being responsible for Lucas missing half of his soul), he also is aware of Michael’s attempts to undo their father’s legacy. In this universe, he built the Twisted Animatronics specifically to hunt Michael down and kill him. His reasoning for sending Elizabeth to abduct people to use as test subjects is to ensure that the A.I is efficient enough to carry out it’s purpose.
Fun, but random fact: Part of his characterization as an antagonist is inspired by Tomura Shigaraki from My Hero Academia, in the sense that while Lucas’ insanity can consume him at times, he can be an efficient planner like his sister when he doesn’t go through his psychotic episodes.
By the way, don't worry about erasures. Everyone's going to make mistakes, and drawing is no exception. Even then, it's common for an artist to change their mind on how something should going to look in their piece. So don't worry about it, things happen.
I know how that is. There have been times where I've tried changing details over and over but to no avail; it just couldn't look right. Hair too, can be a challenge itself.
If you want some help with erasures, though, try sketching it out lightly before outlining the drawing fully. Then, if you make a mistake, you can erase it without leaving much behind. I hate erasure lines too, and before I started sketching, dear god I wasted so much paper just because I messed up one line. Those poor trees.
Someone else. Having you draw Ann really wouldn't be much, since she's just a normal human being. Instead, I'm giving you one of the characters from my AU that uses the characters from my FNaF headcanon, but with each altered in their own twisted ways.
Her skin is extremely pale, practically white, aside from her cheeks, which are a cold and faded red. Her eyes are bandaged up, wrapping around to the back of her head. Her grey scarf covers up her mouth for the most part. Her black hair is long, and leads into a small golden orb.
She is very thin, at the verge of skeletal. She wears a dark grey sweater and matching black pants, both almost too tight for her fragile figure. She has a large white button on her chest, which is supported by two mere strings. Pink ribbons are tied around said button, making it look similar to a bow tie. A thick, black and white striped ribbon runs over her right shoulder, wrapping around her body once. She has three white ribs at the middle of her torso, outside her clothing.
Each of her sleeves have four white stripes. Large, metal shackles are clasped around her wrists, with the right one having green gems on it. Rather than being connected to each other by a chain, they instead lead to her back by strings. Her shoes are sleek, black, and pointed up at the tip, similar to jester shoes.
If you find this as too much to handle, I'll pick someone else.
Oh right, this is my FNaF headcanon we're talking about.
That's not necessarily what I meant with it, I was mainly thinking of how she controls the others without actually seeing what happenings, or without being present... or if that doesn't happen in game canon that's a difference in UM.
It's also partially based on the video to Tell Me Father, where Puppet is shown with their eyes and mouth bandaged up.
Yes, but this AU is private as of now, aside from what characters look like. And even if i were talking about UM, I'm not really the person that shares that kind of stuff with others. Plus, with this being a public website, anyone can see it here, and that could be spoiling. Sorry.
For the most part, his head remains the same, having the same hairstyle, though there are a few differences. His eye sockets are enlarged and completely hollow black; no glowing pupils whatsoever, and with two loose wires coming out of each socket. His skin is more pale compared to his original form. He rarely ever talks, with his mouth very small, and faintly frowning. His ears and nose are noticeably missing.
Unlike his head, which (for the most part) retains the same structure as his original counterpart from UM, the rest of his body is elongated, like his image was thrown into photoshop and stretched out.
His torso suffers from this the least, only being a little longer than before. He wears his regular attire of his black shirt and blue shorts, with an oversized golden badge on his chest, slightly lopsided. On the badge is his heart monitor, with the lifeline being purple. Compared to his head, his body is also slightly downscaled.
His limbs and neck are pencil thin. His neck is about as tall as his head. Each segment of his arms are about as long as his body. His hands are those of a nightmare animatronic endoskeleton, each with a glossy black sphere at the center, being able to be seen through the back of his hand and through his palm. His legs are more than twice the length of his head, neck, and body together. His small grey shoes remain the same, though.
Since he has no bones (because no bones can be that long or thin), he obviously cannot stand on his own. To help him, his IV stand (also elongated to be taller than him) supports him. With his head taking the place of the IV bag, a black tube supports his head to the stand, which divides into six tubes where the arm of the stand connects to the "body" of it. The tubes dangle from there, attaching to his body and limbs. One for each of his arms and one for each of his legs, with the remaining two connecting to his back.
The base of the stand is open, and encircles his legs. Wheels are added to the base, so he can still move around. Only the tips of his shoes touch the floor. At the very top of the stand is the flashing light of an ambulance.