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  • #42520
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    Vampyrist
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    First, Richmond! Second, awesome character and posing.

    #42527
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    TheSoupster
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    @Stulte said:

    That is AWESOME!

    Thank you Stulte!

    @Vampyrist said:

    First, Richmond! Second, awesome character and posing.

    Thanks mate! I absolutely love the IT Crowd, and so when I was thinking of doing a wall crawler, there was never really another option for a model…! As for the posing, I would seriously recommend that app to make windows translucent, it was very very helpful!

    #42538
    Anarchangel
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    Wonderful. Absolutely wonderful.

    #42552
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    Herr D
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    Use a straight screen shot and size it up in a Paint program or similar.

    #42565
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    Jeimuzu
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    @Stulte said:

    That is AWESOME!

    I have to agree with Stulte here. The Frog looks so cool, I mean, where do I start? The costume is great, the pose is fantastic, and the way you highlighted the wall was genius.

    #42573
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    TheSoupster
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    Thanks, Jeimuzu and Anarchangel! Really appreciate your comments!
    (And Herr D, I think I get what you mean, I’ll give it a go in the future.)

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    TheSoupster
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    So I’m back down in England for a wee while, visiting family, and my Mum was looking over my shoulder at some of the images in AMS’s thread, which I was browsing at the time. Well, one thing led to another, and so I present to you the first collaborative creation of my mum and me: Magaluf Man.

    http://www.heromachine.com/wp-content/legacy/forum-image-uploads/thesoupster/2014/08/MagalufMan.png
    Backstory: Whilst holidaying with his wife and kids in Majorca, Gary ‘Gazza’ White becaming the ever-so-slightly pathetic superhero: Magaluf Man. One morning, Gazza woke up to find (to his great surprise) a pair of wings had sprouted on his back. However, try as he might, he just couldn’t achieve lift-off (possibly due to his fondness for pies), and so he had to make do with flapping his wings *really* hard to create a strong breeze.

    Using this ‘Superpower’ and his already considerable strength and boxing prowess, Gazza has taken to the streets of Magaluf, vowing never to rest until justice and peace reign in that fair city. He’s also joined a weight watchers group, and hopes one day to be able to use his wings for what they were intended.

    #43195
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    djuby
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    That is brilliant!

    #43196
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    TheSoupster
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    Thanks mate! :)

    #43197
    JR19759
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    God, I really wish that wasn’t so recognisable, but then it wouldn’t be so funny. Bets he comes from Essex ;) He looks the type.
    You have a fellow Brits seal of approval.

    #43203
    Anarchangel
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    Bahahahahaha!!

    That is brilliant. :)

    #43231
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    Jeimuzu
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    @Anarchangel said:

    Bahahahahaha!!

    That is brilliant. http://www.heromachine.com/wp-includes/images/smilies/icon_smile.gif

    Indeed, that is brilliant! Oh my gosh, I love MagalufMan so much. Smile

    #43234
    CantDraw
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    I can’t stop laughing! That is awesome!

    #139760
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    TheSoupster
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    Two years on (mental), and back to dabble a wee bit into Hero Machine again!

    This character (who doesn’t have a name yet) is, as you can tell by her get up, a doctor. She does have a backstory as well, but I’m getting old and it’s past my bedtime. 😛 I’ll update this post soon!

    As always, any comments are greatly appreciated!

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    great stuff here

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