August 15, 2016 at 4:03 am #137430
Anubis and Tech Angel both very goodSeptember 4, 2016 at 7:30 pm #138038September 5, 2016 at 12:46 pm #138060
I love the design. I really love the color choices. The shading just makes him come alive, very well done!
Out of curiosity, any backstory for this guy?September 5, 2016 at 4:59 pm #138066
Thanks! He’s one of my six main characters in my novel I’m currently editing. The premise revolves around bionic limb-replacement technology that has been made illegal and the resistance that pushes back against heavy enforcement by the Lancers. He suffered a nasty fall that left him as a double-amputee and paraplegic, both of which were solved with bionics. Unfortunately, bionics aren’t perfect, so the bionic spine leaves him sort of numb below the chest even though he can still walk. He and Synnove eventually get together because they’ve both been pretty extensively repaired. They’re also secretly a couple of rednecks, so there’s that.September 5, 2016 at 6:50 pm #138067
Nice, Candruth! That novel sound like it is going to be really interesting. Synnove looks pretty sweet as well. One kick to the nuckers from her and it’s lights out!September 5, 2016 at 11:28 pm #138070
Great design Very good colorsSeptember 6, 2016 at 3:59 am #138073
Very cool! I love the purple glowsSeptember 6, 2016 at 12:39 pm #138079
Thanks! I love glow-y stuff 😀September 9, 2016 at 1:40 pm #138206
I did get that you intended Jerrik and Synnove to be rednecks. Of course, there’s something somewhat redneck-y about prosthetics that might be billions, rather than millions in our setting, used though they don’t fit right. Like the ‘$600-an-hour safety pin’ conversation in Pretty Woman. And resistances in general have to tend that way without an overall economic plan except ‘keep it cheap.’ I find myself wanting a few maps or digital displays of their setting / battle plans. Good stuff.September 9, 2016 at 2:04 pm #138209
Love Synnove and the hand and such, you are so great with bionics nd tech.
not only is the armor on Anubis great, but it’s beautiful yet imposing.
I think the redo on Tech-Guardian-Angel is even more deadly looking, and nice use of the cape being used for the “robe-y” cloth circling his body.
Jerrik’s got a weasly looking face, which I am sure what you were going for.. Everything is SO effective, look the coat back haning down. Great bionic legs , which is NO surprise.
All great workSeptember 10, 2016 at 7:25 am #138289
+2 for Jerrik, the badass warior of guns and neon lights!
also, another +2 for Guardian Angel (10 people out of 10 would love (to sell) him (on ebay for the $$$))
My “2” on keyboard will be blank if you keep creating more and more! Unless i first die of excitement while looking at your creations.September 10, 2016 at 2:07 pm #138312
Thanks for your insight. My characters have been the main focus of the story, so I’m struggling a little with the world/plot-building aspect of it. The feel I’ve been going for in this world is shabby, run-down, and sort of slapped-together, where even the advanced technology isn’t that great. When I was designing my General, I realized the leg was too long but I loved the idea so much that I ran with it (heh) and incorporated it into the story, since it’s a pretty compelling comment on the state of bionics which are attached in secret inside hospitals by sympathetic nurses, or inside homes, or wherever they can get away with it. Even if it’s not ideal, it’s still better than not having a limb, and that’s basically the ideology the resistance operates on. They sort of make it up as they go.
Thanks so much for your kind words. I appreciate it. 😀September 10, 2016 at 7:12 pm #138319
The way black market surgery was handled in “Minority Report,” the ‘superantibiotics’ make sterile rooms irrelevant. From there it’s really wherever the surgeon will be able to work well, right? Nervous types and rage addicts would maybe do better on shag rugs and comfy couches with the smell of cookies baking. Drug addicts might do better in a place that holds meetings. Some of the more ornery types would just thrive on rickety tables and broken walls as long as their favorite caviar was on hand in sufficient quantity. Then again, maybe they put up tents inside so they can’t see the men who will kill them if they botch? Amputation is nothing short of dangerous. Fitting prosthetics NON-invasively can be botched to a dangerous degree. Good luck with the story.September 13, 2016 at 8:22 pm #138455September 13, 2016 at 8:53 pm #138460
Okay just wow, not really into the whole fantasy thing usually, but great color awesome shading, the tattoos are spot on A++
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