Miss D. (Debra)
(@Weasel_Silver24)

Back off Nack! Or It's a full spray!
Back off Nack! Or It's a full spray! by Miss D. (Debra) (@Weasel_Silver24)

"Uh! Nic I don't think that will work against the Metal-virus."

It appears that Nack walks in on his sister Nicolette "Nic" and my character Silva with the metal-virus, and Nic is threatening to spray him with disinfectant. Oh how wonderful to smell like disinfectant spring flowers! (Oh brother!) Silva not too keen on the idea of spraying Nack with the metal-virus will work.

The first picture of Nack - Metal virus! was actual going to be this one here, but it wasn't turning out that way...

As mention before: If any one reads the IDW Sonic The Hedgehog comics, this is where the idea came from. Sonic and his pals have been dealing with Dr. Eggman's newest scheme of the Metal virus turning everyone into "zombie-bots" as Sonic calls them.

This drawing and the last one "Nack The Weasel Metal Virus!" has absolutely NOTHING to do with the certain situation going in this world. The idea is in fact based from the IDW Sonic comics.

Side note: I am going to take a break for a little while to work on other drawing projects. Maybe toward end of month or so I'll have something. Until then, I'm not done for good! :)

COPYRIGHT NOTICE: Sonic The Hedgehog, Nack/Fang The Weasel character belong to (C) Sega. Nic (Nicolette) The Weasel is from (C) Archies Comics. This Drawing and idea for it is from me Miss D. (Debra)

Category:
Furry / Anthropomorphic
Rating:
Everyone
Class:
Finished Work
Submitted:
2 years and 90 days ago
Tags:
Other Work By Miss D. (Debra)

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