October 26, 2012 at 7:26 am #13021
Thanks Vampyrist. Doing the background flame effect on warp was a bit annoying but well worth it I think, she’s my favourite out of the bunch.
Now onto something different.
A digital creation come to life, Sapphire was the product of a successful experiment with artificial intelligence. A purely digital being, Sapphire lived in the network of the laboratory that created him and learned of the real world, dreaming of one day going there. After an accident in the laboratory he realised in the real world. He based his appearance on an amalgamation of numerous video game, animation and comics characters. His body is made of digital data, so he is very hard to harm with conventional weapons and he can absorb power from nearby digital devices. The cannon on his right hand fires a stream of compressed data, which interrupts the bodies electrical signals.
An A.I computing expert who was working on the program that created Sapphire. During Sapphire’s emergence into the real world, he was drawn into the computer network and assimilated, emerging as a pure digital being. Driven mad by the realisation that he would never again be able to have a normal life, he swore vengeance on Sapphire. His accident gave him the ability to absorb surrounding digital energy as well as to control and travel through any digital device.
A computer engineer who developed a physical version of a computer’s Anti-Virus software after Sapphire emerged into the real world. Motivated by hatred after her boyfriend disappeared during the emergence, she created a weaponised body suit installed with her Anti-Virus hardware and set her sights on the digital hero.
Vector: A digital being that was born from a malignant program. Unlike Sapphire, Vector can only exist in digital space. However, he is able to hack and control any digital device, meaning he can control real world objects from the digital domain.
Scourge: Created in response to Sapphires emergence into the real world, Scourge acts like a computer fire wall, stopping other digital beings from emerging. He needs to be controlled by a human, so he is only as smart as his controller.
Trojan: A computer virus created by the worlds greatest hacker, who became self aware and realised into the real world. He has the unique ability to be able to control other digital life-forms by touch, over-riding their core program and slowly draining their run time.October 26, 2012 at 9:39 am #13026
Meant to post this earlier in the thread, but I got sidetracked with newer stuff.
Heromaker- A normal person with the ability to bestow and enhance superhuman powers.October 26, 2012 at 10:21 am #13034
man I love your stuff!hypergirl,vector,scourge,antivirus,cane,the traveller,and theodric the wise,and oh yeah,God man are my favorites!October 26, 2012 at 10:31 am #13037
Thanks Scatman, glad you like them.October 26, 2012 at 7:03 pm #13068
dude, I don’t know how to view your full pics with no upload tags at the bottom how do you not have them?.. I thought everyone did?anyway I just want to nominate a character for hotm but it’s in a set.I would recomend start putting up individuals,for the pure use of nominations and such.Just a suggestion.or have tags either way, I hope I discribed it right,feeling a bit sleepy!October 27, 2012 at 1:56 am #13078
I upload them from deviant art, so I just past the picture link into the img box at the top of the reply box.
Just tell me which one you’d like me to upload individually and I’ll get them up here asap.
And as for how to view the full pics, try right click, open image in new tab. That usually works for me.October 27, 2012 at 3:21 am #13081
Just pasting the direct link to the image into the reply box is enough.
For example, if I wanted to show something from my photobucket, I’d just paste the “http://i276.photobucket.com/albums/kk15/Sulemania/Heromachine/…” here, and it would automatically show the picture.October 27, 2012 at 8:44 am #13099
Ok, I’ll try out with the upload tags.
This guy isn’t fully finished yet, I’m putting him up here because I want an opinion on him. Also I have no idea what he should be called, so any suggestions are welcome. He’s going to be an enemy for my Solaria group, who you can see a few pages back.October 27, 2012 at 9:32 am #13101
Before I realized that the skull was a part of his helmet, and not his actual head, I was like, “Why would a skeleton need goggles?”
I think he looks damn good. I especially like the tubes going into his guns.
Don’t know about those briefs, though… I’m not insane about designs that draw direct attention to the crotch (unless that’s the point) , and that bright red stripe going along the entire length of his penis kind of… accentuates things…October 27, 2012 at 1:38 pm #7564
Thanks for the feedback Weilyn. I’ve changed the briefs now.
Whilst I’m finishing off the still unnamed villain, how about something with a little bit more colour.
When Matt Stewart, also known as the superhero Orion, lost control of the Solaria entity inhabiting him and turned into a engine of fear, the other Solarians called in Maria Langley, Stewarts lover, to try and calm him down. In his confused and fearful state Stewart killed her and his remorse freed his mind from the fear. He combined the separate Solaria entities for the first time in billions of years and used them to revive Maria. The entities split again, returning to their hosts once Maria was revived, but she became empowered by having the entire Solaria inside her body, becoming Solara. Able to call upon the powers of any of the Solaria entities, she is the embodiment of life in a universe full of death.October 27, 2012 at 2:08 pm #7414
That is a great concept for a charcter, and an awesome use of shading. Show’s you really get how shadows fall on a body.October 27, 2012 at 2:11 pm #7394
I was given some very good tips on shading by AMS, so I was taught by one of the best.
I’ve done some more stuff with that villain above, who I’m now calling Deaths-Head. Tell us what you think.October 27, 2012 at 2:18 pm #7367
He’s fantastic! And I think his crotch looks much better nowOctober 27, 2012 at 6:11 pm #6988
Great work! The highlights are perfect!October 28, 2012 at 3:06 am #13125
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