Deucalion, his first Picture

"Who are you?"
"His first."

This little doodle is of Deucalion, one of the main characters in Dean Koontz's Frankenstein series.
I have only read the first book, but it was great, and Deucalion is a complete and utter badass.
Since probably no one has read the books, Deucalion is Frankenstein's first creation. In Greek mythology, Deucalion is the name of the equivalent of Noah in the Bible (fun fact). The book describes the left side of his face looking very normal and almost handsome but the right side of his face just being "wrong". I interpreted that as some kind of massive injury, and I believe he mentions Victor burning him at some point. I don't remember whether or not the book ever explicitly said he does or doesn't have hair. I drew him with it because I thought it looked better.
His tattoo is too dark. His neck looks weird. But hey, I don't draw "realistic" pictures like...ever. I draw stupid doodles on the side of my notes during classes.
Like when in Theatre History my professor mentioned the Spanish Inquisition. I doodled the cardinals from the Monty Python sketch instead of listening.

All of this is irrelevant. Here is a picture of Deucalion. Enjoy.
Character belongs to Dean Koontz, not me, yadda yadda yadda...
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