You can see both of them below, and download the wallpaper if you choose. But if you haven't completed the game yet, beware of spoilers!
The Moment You Realize
Poor Toriel really seems to have a habit of getting attached to people with tiny health bars. No wonder she's always so worried and overprotective.
Sans especially must terrify her sometimes - at least Frisk can take a few hits before dying.
I wonder if Frisk ever told her about their time-travel-based immortality, and assured her that they would be all right.
I was a bit torn while making this; part of me was saying "You should spend this time working on Just Cause instead", while another part was saying, "I want to draw this today, and if I turn Just Cause into an obligation that keeps me from drawing what I want to draw, I'm going to get sick of drawing it."
There's also the fact that Just Cause pages take time, due to the number of panels and complexity of shading, and I don't want to keep you waiting that long between art pieces. ^_^
Not that any of that stopped me from completing the most complex panel in the current chapter's second page between the time I wrote the above thoughts, and the time when I was ready to publish this blog post, haha.
Still, I find it reassuring to know that I can create and publish a piece of art within a single relatively short drawing session.
This is the fourth panel of the second page of my ongoing Undertale comic, Just Cause. Partway through mapping it out, I realized it would make a good wallpaper, so that's what I decided to do.
Frisk is on a rampage, and Sans has a whole new collection of terrible memories that he hopes will soon be erased. But if he wants this awful timeline to disappear, our resident lazybones is going to have to work for it.
If you'd like to add some extra tragedy and depression to your computer, you can click here to download the full-sized version of the wallpaper.