Friday Night Fights grand prize

Kaldath and I have finally finished his prize for the overall Friday Night Fights win:

To make it official, this is the LAST multi-character prize I will do for anyone, in the unlikely event I start doing character portraits as prizes again. No knock on Kaldath, who as always was a pleasure to work with, but it's way, way too much work.

Anyway, I think it came out well in the end. Thanks to him for being so patient.

10 Responses to Friday Night Fights grand prize

  1. Kaldath says:

    Great Work as always Jeff, I am extremely happy with how this came out. It’s a shame you have an exclusive contract with UGO else I’d likely buy some more work from you, of course I doubt I could afford to buy your work so maybe its not so much a shame 😉 .

  2. Legatus says:

    The armor of the grey-skinned knight looks very familiar to me. I might have seen that not long ago on these boards. 😉

  3. Jeff Hebert says:

    Ha! Yes, Legatus, you are correct — I stole Superman’s armor from this illustration. After changing it to a male cut, of course. I hope it doesn’t change your opinion of the Paladin of Steel to know he started out the opposite gender.

  4. Me, Myself & I says:

    A little gender confusion with the um . . . man of steel?

    Superman is still Superman, even if he does wear women’s clothing when we’re not looking.

    Really cool portraits Jeff! I can see why Kaldath is happy.

  5. Dan Gonzalez says:

    The mage looks like Megan Fox. Mmmmm Megan Fox…

  6. @Jeff: Can you add the crouching rogue as a Companion?

  7. Me, Myself & I says:

    All of them would make cool additions to the companions. Providing of course Kaldath and Jeff don’t mind of course.

  8. Jeff Hebert says:

    At some point maybe. I started the Humanoid Companions because I thought it would be a super easy cut and paste, but it turns out to be more complicated than that and kind of takes a fair amount of time. So we’ll see.

  9. kingmonkey says:

    Are the two girls in the middle holding hands, or is that my imagination?

  10. Jeff Hebert says:

    They are sort of holding hands, yes. I didn’t do a great job of rendering that, but it’s the effect I was going for.