You were all working on different pieces of art for me in the past, and as I've been gone recently, I expect you might have forgotten, and perhaps changed your minds as to my requests?
I may have a use for your cartoon style of drawing in the near future.
Alright, here are the pieces of art I need done (brace yourselves):
Nautilus facing the camera, pulling his left glove down deeper onto his left hand.
(Side note: Unless I explicitly say that Nautilus isn't wearing his mask, always draw him with his mask on. Thank you.)
Nautilus walking by a store window in the Business District of No Man's Landing, but his reflection is Lucky's.
Artist: Done by @James_Maxfeather.
Nautilus sitting in his chair, facing the roaring fireplace in deep thought, while stroking Mycroft, who is curled up, sleeping peacefully in Nautilus' lap.
Nautilus standing and facing the camera with his hands casually in his pockets, with C.A.V.A.L.R.Y., Mycroft, Sherlock, Moriarty, D.E.K.R.E.E.L., Overkill, Maelstrom, C.E.N.T.U.R.I.O.N., and all of his other Aethermatons in a crowd behind him.
(There are many Aethermatons, at least 20 that I can name off the top of my head, including unreleased, never-before-seen ones, so I would need a very dedicated artist for this.)
Nautilus as a young child, playing with a fog-powered cockroach, while Lucky sits on his throne, watching Nautilus play with a malicious and plotting smile on his face.
Nautilus as a young child of about twelve, tinkering with a small clock in Urchin's Grotto, while Lucky and the Scarlet Man glare at each other from above.
(Side note: This one is a bit tricky to explain, and if more details are needed, let me know.)
Nautilus riding his personal C.A.V.A.L.R.Y. while it rears up on it's hind legs in a heroic pose, with M.U.L.T.I. drawn in it's sword form in his hand, while overlooking the battle going on on the barren wasteland below from the cliff he is perched upon, with Lucky's castle in the distance, shrouded in fog, and Lucky's upper half laughing maniacally from above.
Nautilus tinkering with M.U.L.T.I. on his workbench in his walk-in closet workshop, with all of M.U.L.T.I.'s different weapon forms forming a semi-circle around his head.
(Once again, tough to explain, so please contact me for more details.)
Mycroft, sleeping peacefully by a fireplace, with Nautilus' dress shoes and the lower half of his legs next to him.
(Did that make sense? I think that made sense. Let me know down in the comments section.)
Nautilus, with his back turned to the camera and his mask lying beside him, sitting on his roof, watching the sun set on a clean and peaceful No Man's Landing.
Nautilus, wielding M.U.L.T.I. in it's whip form in his right hand, and Roguecog, in a semi-crouching/kneeling pose, twirling his dual starter pistols in his hands, side-by-side.
Nautilus, facing the camera, with the sun setting the sky on fire behind him, casting deep shadows over him, and his hands clasped behind his back, along with Maelstrom and Overkill standing on different sides next to him
(This one is a little tough, since it puts Nautilus in an evil-looking scenario, but I think the overall feel is epic.)
Nautilus, standing in front of two graves, with one to his left, and a bench with his mask lying on top to his right, wringing the rim of his top hat in his hands, facing the two graves in deep thought, and the sun to his left, casting morbid shadows over everything, as Lucky's silhouette laughs maniacally from above.
Nautilus, having his evening tea and scones at a table on a balcony while the sun sets, on the left side of the paper, and Roguecog, sitting at a table in a crowded restaurant, eating oversized drumsticks ravenously for dinner, with a barey noticeable bag of Pringles on a counter at the back far left, on the right side of the paper
(This request introduces a new type of drawing I would like done: split-screen, with Nautilus on one side and Roguecog on the other, showcasing their different takes on similar things.)
Nautilus, carving an ice sculpture of C.A.V.A.L.R.Y. rearing up on it's hind legs, that's half finished, in his workshop, on the left side of the paper, and Roguecog, whittling a wooden carving of the Automanticore in a peaceful forest beneath a tree, on the right side.
(I like this one because it visualizes Nautilus and Roguecog's free time, which we is something we don't really see a lot in roleplays.)