Well, it seems as if the legend of The Undertaker has finally come to a close at Sunday’s Wrestlemania 33. Though it’s sad to see him walk into the fog entrenched moonlight, I feel it’s time for the man to truly rest in peace (ha.) and enjoy his personal life.
He’ll always be professional wrestling’s greatest character and Vince Mcmahon’s greatest creation. And he’ll always be my favorite of all time. I was extremely lucky to meet him when I was a kid and I even got to witness his jaw dropping entrance one last time in person last month. Couldn’t be happier as an Undertaker fan.
So here’s my ‘lil tribute drawing to the Deadman, the Phenom, the demon of Death Valley : The Undertaker.
Nothing beats a good monster movie. Which are unfortunately becoming a bit of a rarity these days. But, alas, Kong: Skull Island is about to change all that. It’s true cinematic adventure escapism at its finest.
And nothing beats sitting down and just drawing what comes to mind. No pose reference…no final mental image…no idea where you’re going as you put pen to paper. This is the result of that. I like drawing like this and I need to do it more.