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From the lost first attempt at a live-action adaptation of Disney’s Gargoyles series!

“Gargoyles (1998)
In 1998 Baker spent considerable time and resources on a project that never saw the light of day: a live action movie based on Disney’s beloved and still-brilliant Gargoyles animated series. Staggeringly little is known about the project, but the model that Baker is auctioning off is tantalizingly awesome. It appears to be a mock-up of main character Goliath (that shock of hair gives him away). It’s a truly jaw-dropping design and we desperately hope, should Disney ever return to the franchise (there were press reports about a new live action adaptation as recently as 2010), they’ll dip back into this well of awesomeness.”

http://blogs.disney.com/insider/2015/05/29/cataloguing-monster-maker-rick-bakers-history-with-the-walt-disney-company/?cmp=SMC|none|natural|blginsider|InsiderMay|FB|jeffjensentomorrow-Gargoyles|InHouse|2015-05-29|||esocialmedia

Full auction catalog and more here:

http://www.propstore.com/rickbaker/

Gargoyles available on DVD! Go buy it and watch it again (it’s still awesome)!

#Goliath from the awesome 90s #cartoon #Gargoyles for a customer who will be getting it hopefully signed by #Keithdavid, here at #Momocon some time tomorrow… #jasonflowersart #jasonflowers #comics #popculture #horror #comicconvention #popcultureconvention #horrorart #art #darkhorse #darkhorsecomics #popart

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Another fanbaby question! lol Well… I know that the creator stated that they’d eventually raise an adopted human child down the line. But if they actually could have children? Like through magical means maybe? They’d probably look like this?

Twins-maybe?! Elisa’s coloring with a dash of Goliath’s purple. I imagine them to be thick as thieves, constantly getting into trouble and causing all sorts of havoc for the clan. They get along fairly well, but when they fight, it’s an all out brawl and then after they’ve taken it out on each other they’d bond over how many bloody bruises and broken ribs they’d given each other cuz man, that punch to the gut was awesome, amirite? Their parents usually get mad over their tendency to solve problems with their fists instead of diplomacy but they don’t see what the big deal is cuz their wounds will just heal at sunrise, Geez calm down Dad.

For now I’m calling them Kitty and Mags.

Kitty’s actual name is Katherine Maza, named after Princess Katherine. She also goes by Kat, Kitty, or KitKat. Don’t call her Princess or she’ll punch you in the face. If she had a choice, she’d never have to brush her hair. She also has a tendency to try to adopt every stray dog and cat that she finds while on patrol (what do you mean she can’t? They live in a frickin’ castle there’s plenty of room). Kitty is also randomly good at playing the piano which is impressive since she doesn’t have the usual 5 digits of a human. She really wanted to play Violin, but her talons kept severing the strings.

Mags Maza is named after the Magus (because thinking about the Magus still HURTS and I need someone to honor him, OK?!). A lot of fanbabies I’ve seen of Goliath and Elisa are usually female so decided to shoot for a male design. I wanted him to look like a more boyish version of Goliath. His wings are more reminiscent of Elisa’s Wing design (in comparison, Kitty has her Dad’s wings). Of the two, Mags is actually the more level-headed one. When he’s with his sister though, they tend to goad each other on, so they usually have to be separated while on patrol. He loves watching Kung Fu movies–especially ones with Jackie Chan–even the really terrible gems like “The Tuxedo.” Mags is a surprisingly good cook, and can give Broadway a run for his money. He looks up to his Mom a great deal, and one day aspires to be the first official Gargoyle Cop.

As you can see, I had way too much fun with this. why can’t I just draw a picture of fanbabies and be like “here’s how they look” and just walk away?