Destruct-O-Tron was both easy and tricky to draw in a realistic manner. The biggest obstacle was getting the proportions right. I used photo ref of an Iron Man cosplayer, but the costume's chest was too bulky and the head didn't look like it was connected to the body. So I had to play around with those elements until I found a mixture that worked for me. Also tricky was placing that "D" on his chest at the right angle. I'm still not sure I like it the way it is. But overall I think this character art captures the serious-yet-silly tone I wanted for a real life-ish Todd Purvee.