Character Design Challenge #526 – What’s In A Name?

Your challenge this week is to create an original modern age super hero based on nothing but a name provided.
This week that name is The Tracker
The characters must be your own design and not based on any character that might be copyrighted in any way.
Rules for posts, contests, and challenges:
Original characters only, no copyrighted characters, no characters based on copyrighted characters.No characters based on Official RPG NPC's ( Non-Player Characters ). Please keep all submissions PG13. I have the right to delete any post that I believe crosses this line without warning. Only post characters that have been created solely using Hero Machine, and that you know for certain have never been entered in a contest before. If you aren’t certain, don’t enter it, because I’m not going to go back through all of the contests and check.
All entries must be in JPG or PNG form (BMPs are too big), posted to a publicly accessible website (like the HeroMachine :,ImageShack, Deviant Art, or whatever); Do NOT use Photobucket
Entries must be made as a comment or comments to this post, containing a link directly to the image and the character name;
Please name your filesas [your name]-[character name].[file extension] before you upload it. So DiCicatriz, for instance, would save his “Bayou Belle” character image as DiCicatriz-BayouBelle.png.
Please make the link go directly to the image (like this) and not to a hosting jump page (like this).
This contest will close on Sunday, July 3rd 10:00 am Eastern

4 Responses to Character Design Challenge #526 – What’s In A Name?

  1. Scott Weyers says:


    Ooljee Yanaba – Navajo scout/tracker, skilled with numerous weapons but favors knife, tomahawk and cross-bow.

  2. Ian Healy says:

    My version of Tracker (no “The”).

    He’s the man you call when nobody else can help.

  3. Herr D says:

    She just showed up and saved a derailing el-train in St. Louis, picked up some falling people in New York, and lit up the right road for a lost caravan in New Mexico. It took six minutes. When approached and questioned, the interview went as follows:

    The Tracker[TT]: I don’t know. I can’t see it.
    Reporter George Miller[R]: Sorry? What’s your name?
    TT: From the Up-Back.
    R: The outback? You’re not from New Mexico?
    TT: The Tracker.
    R: Where is that? And where do you pull those — things. . . from?
    TT: Small town; sorry, I’m all jumbled up again–gotta go!

    Later it was surmised she doesn’t seem to be able to answer questions in order. Her geometrically insane pathways are sure to point out people being rescued and insurance premiums going up. Her interviews are never more than about forty seconds. Her whereabouts are unknown. Her fans are confused.
    Sorry I’ve been so absent–anyone else having a crazy-busy summer?

  4. djuby says:

    The win this seek goes out tp Ian Healy. Thanks to all who entered.