Last night I was trying to draw Weil faces again cause...well I just love drawing him when I suddenly realized something. I'd hardly drawn anything of Zero himself for the animation, and I certainly had not done any actual action drawings for the animation yet (it'll probably be a year or something before I get to that in the animation if I don't just quit by then...). So I decided to sit down and doodle up ideas for the animation that'd been going through my head.
Now the music playing for this scene would be the Mythos remix of Falling Down (the final boss theme of Zero 4) which can be heard here: [link]
. It would start out with Zero charging at Weil. He would run up to the camera and as he's passing by it he would switch to that sliding ability that Mega Man characters have and slide the rest of the scene. Weil would then probably send out some Bonesects like he does in the boss fight which Zero would slice up. Then those odd hexagonal trapping things would start trying to capture him. Zero would then pull out his Buster Shot (his gun) and start slicing and shooting them all which can be seen on the third column on the left there. One would eventually catch him but he'd break out just as Weil fires one of his blasts where he used to be.
Weil would probably shoot about 3 or 4 blasts in the fighting part of the animation. The final one, as can be seen at the bottom, would actually finally hit Zero. Zero would try to block it for a few seconds with his Z-saber but ultimately it'd be too much and fling him into the air taking off the left half of his face in the process.
For those that are new to this project of mine, it's an animation I'm working on. Hardly have any of the actual animation complete and in motion, but what I do have done can be seen here: [link]
and here: [link]
For production stuff, here's more art of the concepts for the animation:
Dr. Weil Facial Experssions: [link]
Dr. Weil Transformation Sequence: [link]
An animation frame that has yet to appear in the animation itself: [link]
And another: [link]
Dr. Weil Floating and Laughing: [link]