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  • in reply to: Camruth’s Alterniverse #135508
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    oh WOW that is truly awesome let me know what character of yours I can do a poor job with – lol saved txt would be awesome.

    No need to retaliate reciprocate – I had fun doing it, that’s all that matters. πŸ˜‰

    Do you have an e-mail where I can send the txt to?

    in reply to: DJuby Gallery – Volume 2 #135507
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    Thanks for making me look under my bed tonight… πŸ˜‰

    in reply to: Anarchangel’s Archive #135506
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    Nice effects. Very well done, sir. πŸ™‚

    in reply to: Mad Jack's World of Superheroes & -villains #135467
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    I would LOVE to see what you could do with my latest creation Purple Heart

    Something like that? πŸ˜‰

     

    Purple Heart

    He’d be doing well as an antagonist to a group of mercenaries/ex-military/militia guys I was recently working on … πŸ™‚

    in reply to: Camruth’s Alterniverse #135466
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    Would really love to see someone do something brilliant with this either as own take or as art trade as I am stumped for ideas right now.

    Here you go – hope I didn’t took too many liberties with the redesign … πŸ˜‰

    Purple Heart

    I think he could use some buddies. How about “Silver Star”, “Bronze Star”, and “Flying Cross”? And their arch-nemesis would of course be a time-displaced Nazi called “Iron Cross”. As for a team name – how does “Superior Unit” sound? πŸ™‚

     

    PS: If you want to have the saved text to see how it was done, just say the word …

     

     

    in reply to: Mad Jack's World of Superheroes & -villains #135426
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    Thanks a lot! But I really don’t think that your work is all too “amateurish” – I for one like it. πŸ˜‰

    If you look at my characters from when I first posted here (almost exactly 3 years ago), you can see that they didn’t look much different to yours.

    I may have improvd a lot since then by just experimenting with items, but I still struggle with fancy poses and it took me what felt like ages to get a grip on “zypping”. Alas, there are still many guys/gals here whose greatness I’ll probably never achieve – just look at DJubys last masterpiece. *sigh*

    As regarding the topic “design”: I get a lot of inspiration by browsing through other peoples artwork over at DeviantArt and of course from the works of my fellow ‘machiners. πŸ˜€

    Anyways …

     

    Great Defender
    Defender is based on the public domain character Great Defender (Quality): http://pdsh.wikia.com/wiki/Great_Defender

    in reply to: Mad Jack's World of Superheroes & -villains #135409
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    Raven

     

    Raven is based on the public domain character Raven (Quality): http://pdsh.wikia.com/wiki/Raven_(Quality)

    in reply to: Candruth’s Characters :3 #135408
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    Wonderful! That back view pose looks fantastic and absolutely natural at that.

    in reply to: DJuby Gallery – Volume 2 #135407
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    Welp, regarding the contest I guess it’s all over but the shouting. Once again, you’ve outdone yourself. That’s sheer gorgeous!

    in reply to: Mad Jack's World of Superheroes & -villains #135373
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    Yellowjacket
    Yellowjacket is based on the public domain character Yellowjacket (by Frank Communale): http://pdsh.wikia.com/wiki/Yellowjacket

    in reply to: Romeo Phoenix's Artwork #135365
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    Sorry, but that’s just disgusting… πŸ™

    in reply to: Mad Jack's World of Superheroes & -villains #135335
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    Johnny Dynamite

    The orginal Johnny Dynamite (Comic Media) is a public domain character: http://pdsh.wikia.com/wiki/Johnny_Dynamite

    in reply to: Mad Jack's World of Superheroes & -villains #135317
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    Speed King
    Speed King is based on the public domain character Quicksilver (Quality): http://pdsh.wikia.com/wiki/Quicksilver

     

     

    (Pose inspired by this one, courtesy of Rise. Thanks!)

    in reply to: Mad Jack's World of Superheroes & -villains #135314
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     Grim Reaper
    The orginal Grim Reaper (Nedor) is a public domain character: http://pdsh.wikia.com/wiki/Grim_Reaper

     

    Edit: Ummm …Β  just realised … this was my 666th post in the forums! Pretty spooky that just this character of all things turned up in that post, don’t you think?! (οΎ‰οΎŸΞΏοΎŸ)οΎ‰

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    in reply to: Mad Jack's World of Superheroes & -villains #135267
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    And here’s his gramps:
    Blue Beetle
    The original Blue Beetle was Dan Garret (note the spelling with only one t!) – a rookie police officer who wore a special bulletproof costume and used a gun as well as various technical gadgets such as a wrist-mounted mini-radio, a “Beetle Signal” flashlight, a “BeetleMobile” car and a “BeetleBird” airplane. He later gained super powers such as super strength and healing abilities, increased speed, heightened senses, and enhanced intellectual capacity from the secret experimental “vitamin 2X”.

    The orginal Blue Beetle (Fox Features) is a public domain character: http://pdsh.wikia.com/wiki/Blue_Beetle_(Fox)

     

    Note: Not to be confused with the Charlton Version of the Blue Beetle, who was Dan Garrett (with 2 t’s) – an archaeologist who discovered an ancient magical blue scarab that gave him super strength, flight, and the ability to shoot lightning bolts.

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