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Graphic designer (and fellow Kotaku Australia writer) Ruby Innes has proven her love for the cult classic RPG Subtitle by digitally recreating one of his most beloved scenes – with a Ruby twist.
“I chose it because it’s so simple and unassuming, but it still makes me laugh every time I play,” Ruby told us.
“I think I can really relate to the incredibly low standards of Papyrus, because I too would jump on the first person who shows me affection who also knows how to make a good bowl of spaghetti,” she said. continued, “I also like the idea of Frisk only being able to talk through wooden panels (it’s not something included in the game), which is why I added that.
Subtitlethe 2015 version directed by Toby Fox, has players navigating the underworld as a lost child named Frisk, with storylines and consequences changing based on your interactions with an onslaught of monsters.
Frisk serves as the primary inspiration for Ruby’s iteration of the game, so check out the final design in all its glory below:
“I drew this on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+, using the S Pen, and the program I used was Clip Studio Paint* which is also compatible on the Galaxy S22 series if you have one instead It’s a fantastic, simple program for illustrators and comic book artists, and the Tab S8 with the S Pen is incredibly smooth to use.
Simple. Funny. Efficient. Great niche.
“My style is very minimalistic, very silly and very goofy. I usually go for a more simplistic comic book style, making sure to put as much effort into how it looks as what it says. And usually it says something horribly stupid in the best way.
This is sure to get approval from Undertale fans. Hang it in the digital Louvre, if such a place exists.