As you may or may not know I am the author of a piece of work on Fanfiction.net, an Ed, Edd n Eddy/Fallout crossover story entitled Desolation Ed. You see, in the story the Cul-de-Sac Kids (plus some kids from Lemon Brook) have survived the nuclear holocaust of World War 3 by taking shelter in this enormous underground bunker, called a vault due to the shape of the entrance door. It just so happens to be Vault number 23 out of 122. Now, a day ago I wondered how I can make my readers better visualize the setting I created. Naturally I decided to draw some artwork; unfortunately I am not so good at drawing natural scenes so I settled with creating something easier.
I have created a floor plan layout of the third level of the Vault! For those of you who don't know, this Vault has 4 levels; in this case I choose to map out Level 2 because it was the easiest. I based my work on this image over at the Fallout Wiki. Now without further a due, I present Vault 23: Level 2 (Part One)!
Awesome huh? Those of you who actually read the story can now get a better visualization of what the vault actually looked like! You can see where Eddy's apartment was located, where the Eds drank their last supper of Nuka-Cola in Chapter 2, and you can even see the mysterious coffee stain from chapter Eleventy-Six!
But I'm not done yet! That's right kids, this is only the first half of the artwork! See that arrow near the top of the page that says "Lemon Brook Quarters"? Yep, I've still got to showcase where the kids from Lemon Brook live! (Although who would give a care about those mascot-hatin', lemon sucking...Ahem. I seemed to have gone off topic) Perhaps I'll create the Lemon Brook Quarters later this week. Now if you excuse me I've got to get back to work on writing my next chapter.
P.S. If you haven't already, check out my story at Fanfiction.net! Don't forget to leave a review! Seriously, do it. I hate it when people don't leave a review.
P.P.S. Those 1x3 walls inside each individual living quarter are supposed to be closets. Also, the big rectangle, in the middle, with all the stripes in it is supposed to represent a hole leading to the lower atrium. And one little detail you might overlook is the fourth stall added inside the girl's restroom because, you know... They don't need a space for urinals.
P.P.P.S. Some comments would be greatly appreciated.