During Comic Con 2010, I ran around the con floor and other locales with a bag full of blank dolls, searching for artists to vandalize them. These are the results.
On the last day of San Diego Comic Con, I finally got the nerve to ask the great Mike Krahulik of Penny Arcade to draw me something. I had run out of dolls at this point and was giving out blank flats for me to sew together later. I was tired, and I could tell he was too.
“Eh, just put a face on it right here,” I said. And he did.
Despite a few of the lines getting clipped out when sewed together, it looks really great; the doll has tons of personality.
(Unicorn butt courtesy the front cover of The Splendid Magic of Penny Arcade.)