Trying to get back in shape for drawing Tuco!
I applied for the BFI grant competition and unfortunately (and unsurprisingly, knowing my luck) I wasn’t chosen. So here are the character designs I submitted in my application.
It would have been a higher budget version of my Autism Uncut film, ‘Force of Habit’.
-“No, he hasn’t spoken as yet. But you mustn’t worry. He’s both young and strong. That’s what’s kept him going until now. He should regain his strength in a very short time.”
“Thank you, Father. You don’t know how much this boy’s life means to me!”
Blondie whump, part 2 (The Good, the Bad and the Ugly)
Tuco reuniting with his brother Pablo is one of my favorite scenes in The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. It really humanizes Tuco, and gives you a reason to love him. He’s truly the main character of the film, despite it being considered a Clint Eastwood movie.