Man, it's a busy posting day here at HeroMachine Central. I didn't want to go too long, though, without telling you about an update I worked through this weekend. I've just added the following items to "Companion-Vehicles":
The first image there of the bicycle was the genesis of the additions, Nick Hentschel's prize for winning Caption Contest 113. I know there are now two VW Bugs but come on, there are a lot of Hippie characters out there who need wheels, man!
I'm probably most excited about the locomotive for some reason and the car with the undercarriage showing. I think that will be a nice one for strong characters holding it over their heads.
Enjoy! As usual, if you don't see the new items, clear your browser cache.
What!? What!? What!?
Those are awesome!
And you, sir, are awesome!
My Favorite addition here would be that Jet on the top row. I have a request you can put into your “if I ever have time to get to it” pile. I’d like to see more space aged/futuristic vehicles added.
Full disclosure: I didn’t draw these, they came from a couple of packs of free vector art that I broke up and imported. Which is why I was able to do them at all — it only took half a day to crank these out, while if I had to draw them by hand it’d be at least a week or two.
Also, on most of the cars (and on the chopper) I tried to make the windshields with no color at all, so you could pose something as if they were in the vehicle. I’m not 100% sure that will work out in practice but I figured it was worth a shot.
That locomotive and the old-timey cars (mostly the one in the lower left corner) will do nicely for some Steampunk.
HHow many times lately have I said YOU ROCK!
Well add another one cause …
I really love this programs
My pic is there on my post
What, no VW Microbus? My first car was a ’77 bus! SON I AM DISAPPOINT
Oh thank you, Jeff . . . I was hoping for an undercarriage so I wouldn’t have to do some creative masking for a frame of car crashing while driver jumps out shooting . . .
i love the second one!
I like all.
I now think to make a motor and a bycicle screen. Thanks Jeff.