Iron Downey

When the "Iron Man" movie was first announced, I got so excited I put together an image of Robert Downey Junior in the red and gold because I just couldn't wait to see it for real:

Downey as Iron Man

Now that the movie is almost released, I still can't hardly wait. I don't usually get too excited about super hero movies, as I usually figure they're going to suck, but the pending debut of ol' shell-head has me really pumped. In fact, after the very first teaser trailer came out last year, I put together this image of Iron Man on a motorcycle. With flames. And holding a gun. Why? Because he's Iron Man, that's why, now quit asking questions! A nerd in full-on geek mode has nothing to answer for, so nyah.

Iron Motorcycle

4 Responses to Iron Downey

  1. Ashton Jakobson says:

    The new batman movie also looks pretty good, but it will be sad to watch on account of Heath Ledger,may his soul rest in peace.

  2. Niall Mor says:

    Not really up on Iron Man. Any word on when a downloadable version of HM 2.5 might be released?

  3. Niall Mor says:

    Have you considered that HM 2.5 in some modified form might be useful in psychology as a type of personality assessment tool? Psychologists and psychiatrists often study patients’ drawings as a clue to their mental states. Mental health professionals also sometimes use the Thematic Apperception Test (TAT) in which they show patients pictures that are deliberately ambiguous and ask the patients to make up a story about the people in the pictures. Who are they? Why are they there? How did they get into that situation? The story the patient makes up gives the psychologist or psychiatrist clues about what’s going on with the patient internally.

    HM makes it easy to draw characters, and I’ve found that once you start drawing characters the next almost instinctive step is to start making up stories about them.

    Just some thoughts on a new way to use HM. Love the site!

  4. Jeff Hebert says:

    The downloadable 2.5 hopefully will be ready in about a month, once I finish up the last body.