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Ooh, this seems interesting. Maybe I’ll even have time to participate.December 13, 2012 at 5:46 pm in reply to: Once in a lifetime – Harlequin gift for a lucky one. #15416
fluffy: This is probably not the place for that?
I’m really digging Kreth Zaal. That is a great use of the side perspective.November 22, 2012 at 3:15 pm in reply to: Once in a lifetime – Harlequin gift for a lucky one. #14109
I’m cool with round 2, but AtomicPunk’s suggestion sounds even cooler, mostly because I don’t have many other designs that would fit your style.November 17, 2012 at 5:05 am in reply to: Suleman’s Redesign Contest: Heroes of Might and… Might. #13793
Alright, it seems this contest just didn’t find an audience. It’s a shame, but I guess I gotta accept it. This will probably be the last round, but there’s still time until monday next week!November 12, 2012 at 12:54 pm in reply to: Suleman’s Redesign Contest: Heroes of Might and… Might. #13563
Weilyn is the winner of this round by default! Congrats! I really liked your interpretation, so I guess this is okay.
The object of redesigning this time is this swashbuckling villain. He is a cruel master swordsman who hides his skills and intentions under a flamboyant and foppy demeanor. Besides the concept, I assign no other limitations. The deadline is Monday, 26th of November.
As an additional incentive, I will provide the winner of the round a commission of any character they desire. This also applies to you, Weilyn, so feel free to order me around. What do you want?November 10, 2012 at 5:57 pm in reply to: Suleman’s Redesign Contest: Heroes of Might and… Might. #9427
Tick tock, tick tock. Only two days left!
Don’t let Weilyn win this by default, people! Even if the entry is good enough to win (as it is!), it should win because it is good, not because it has no competition!
Man, there have been some great entries on this round. They all look really dynamic and memorable.
I made a quick sketch of an alien race for something like Star Trek or Farscape, achievable with some makeup and prosthetics.
Also, I’d like to remind everyone of my redesign contest. The next deadline is on monday, so there’s still time to take part on this round!
http://www.heromachine.com/forum/art-contests-challenges/sulemans-redesign-contest-heroes-of-might-and-might/November 7, 2012 at 1:26 pm in reply to: Once in a lifetime – Harlequin gift for a lucky one. #10967
This is the heroine of a story I was playing around with in my head. Swashbuckling adventures, drama and tragedies. The country in which the story happens was until recently a monarchy, but the military and the church organized a coup. A band of covert rebels fight against the new oppressive rule.
A bladesmaster in the service of the king, she is famous for her mastery of the “three brothers of the sword”: The fencing dagger, the chain and the cape. Unwilling to be made into a figurehead, she refuses the call of the rebels until she is trapped in her burning home and only just manages to fight out, becoming severely scarred in the process. After that, it is *on*.November 5, 2012 at 2:11 am in reply to: Suleman’s Redesign Contest: Heroes of Might and… Might. #13454
Neeeeaaaat. I always love it when the same concept can create such different designs. All those clocks and gears remind me of the game Thief 2.
Since the other ones have been pretty succesful, I’ve been considering starting my own redesign contest. My own spin on the concept would be more like fantasy characters rather than superheroes.
Would there be interest in that sort of thing?
Another entry for JR19759’s redesign contest. This is Queen Eagle.
My Queen Eagle. No big inspiration this time, but I guess a vanilla design is okay sometimes.
Hmm. So the kilt from the first version, at least. Alright. Then I just have to decide regarding the hair, the wings, arm decorations and a whole bunch of other things.
This is getting difficult, I should never have given you a choice. Well, here’s yet another tweaked version, then.
Ooh, that is rather neat. Probably my favorite so far. I do wonder about that kneepad color, though. The silver really sticks out amongst those browns and blacks.