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A little bit late on this, but looks like time to pick a winner! They were all great entries, but I’m giving this one to Weilyn. There was just so much creativity in the cartoonish design of the character, and I’m just a sucker for the steampunk genre in general
Knox, the golden machine king. Credit to Ams for the pose/body.
Here’s the villain Tepes, a vampiric madman who believes himself to be the real life Count Dracula.
Here’s a random alien thing. The result of simple boredom.
Real name: Teri Stallion
Affiliations: Stallion Industries, H.O.P.E.
Powers/Skills: World’s most powerful technopath, able to communicate and control any machines as well as access the internet within her mind or even cast her consciousness into cyberspace.
Weapon(s): A special multi-tool built onto the right arm of her armour and linked to the cybernetics in her brain with countless functions.
As the only child of technology tycoon Robert Stallion, Teri became one of the most powerful heroes to be created by her father’s company, as well as the most powerful technopath the world had ever seen.
At a very young age, Teri showed signs of an impressive knack for working with anything electronic, and soon it was discovered that she had been born with an odd mutation allowing her to seemingly speak with any machines she touched. While her abilities were quite mild at first and not good for much more than making small talk with her DvD player, her father saw great potential and believed with a little boost from their company she could be capable of great things.
Once Teri started growing into her teens, Robert started work on a top secret experiment, a special cybernetic implant made specially for Teri and her budding powers. By the time her 16th birthday came, it was ready… A special device that would be implanted into her brain that could boost her technopathic abilities to unimaginable levels. However, Teri was completely opposed to the idea… Until a mysterious villain kidnapped her a year later, and a hero wielding technology made by her father’s company saved her life. As soon as she returned home from the ordeal, she finally opted to have the device planted into her brain and with it became the heroine known simply as Grid, able to make any and all machines bend to her will…
I don’t think anyone can blame you for that, prswirve
Anywho, here’s the next batch of items. They can be found in HandRight-Standard, FacialHair-Standard, and Headgear-Modern. Good luck, everyone!
Here’s a few of my ol’ steampunk things. But I don’t think they can compare to some of the brilliance everyone else here is showing!
Some quick re-posts for the current blog contest.
Here’s one of Chaser’s many enemies, the mercenary who just won’t die (for good): Respawn. Credit goes to AMS for the pose.
Alright. Maybe not a full redesign, but definitely an improvement, in my opinion.
Here’s a character I made recently for an eventual development in The Lucniverse. I actually intend to redesign this one completely as, while I do really like how she turned out, she just ended up looking too similar to another recent creation (Century, a couple posts up). Figured I’d share this version before redesigning her anyway, so enjoy.
Real name: Dr. Landon Cash
Affiliations: The Mistakes
Powers/Skills: Nearly indestructible and unmovable, though not particularly strong he makes up for it with sheer ferocity.
Doctor Landon Cash was originally set to be in charge of a new genetics lab funded completely by Stallion Industries, a research facility that many believed would quickly revolutionize the world of genetics. Especially after rumors leaked about the lab’s first major project… An attempt to use small traces of prehistoric DNA to clone and repopulate species that had been extinct for millions of years. Something many others had attempted before them, but it seemed Dr. Cash had finally succeeded where they had failed.
Just when it seemed like a lifetime of fame and fortune for his research was headed his way, Dr. Cash made a fatal mistake… The final step of his experiment was to simply inject a special mixture of the prehistoric DNA and special chemicals together into an artificial egg that would eventually hatch into a genuine, living dinosaur. The excitement unfortunately proved too much for the doctor, his hands shaking in anticipation of how the world would soon be praising him like a god… One slip of his shaking hand, and the needle pierced his skin instead of the egg.
What happened next is something many scientists claim would have been an even larger scientific breakthrough, if not for the disastrous consequences. The specially treated DNA fused with Landon’s own genetic code, completely mutating him… His body almost tripled in size, his skin turned hard and rough, and his mind and appearance became more and more monstrous. He was now half man, and half dinosaur. His humanity lost out to pure feral instincts as he became a rampaging animal, destroying everything in his path.
Though he holds no grudge against Stallion Industries, instead simply being a force of blind rage and destruction, Jurassic joined up with The Mistakes after the equally massive Monster Truck was able to stand toe to toe with the beast in a brawl, earning the former doctor’s respect and loyalty to The Mistakes.
Tweaked it a bit more already, I think it looks muuuch better now.
Something a bit different here. Not quite happy with it yet though, so may make a few more tweaks and fix it up later.
Just a minor villain, a mad doctor who idolizes Dr. Frankenstein in some quite terrifying ways…