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Another idea I had when playing White-Wolf’s game Changeling: The Dreaming.
A Satyr raver. In the book the Satyrs were all about passion and not holding back. The easiest go to for them was always sex.
With their bonus to constitution, I thought someone who went to raves and partied all night with mind opening hallucinogenic drugs would be more fae-like.
When I coloured this, I didn’t even have a tablet, all done by mouse.

Another idea I had when playing White-Wolf’s game Changeling: The Dreaming.

A Satyr raver. In the book the Satyrs were all about passion and not holding back. The easiest go to for them was always sex.

With their bonus to constitution, I thought someone who went to raves and partied all night with mind opening hallucinogenic drugs would be more fae-like.

When I coloured this, I didn’t even have a tablet, all done by mouse.

Back in the day I had picked up on Bullfinch’s mythology as an art idea generator. While leafing through it I found the entry for Cetus, which was the name of the beast sent to kill Andromeda in Greek myth.
My female figures were still an issue back in those days (they are still an issue now too), so Andromeda ended up with quite the booty.

Back in the day I had picked up on Bullfinch’s mythology as an art idea generator. While leafing through it I found the entry for Cetus, which was the name of the beast sent to kill Andromeda in Greek myth.

My female figures were still an issue back in those days (they are still an issue now too), so Andromeda ended up with quite the booty.

6 hours ago   •   150 notes   •   VIA projectrooftop   •   SOURCE thewayilikecomix

charactermodel:

Superior Iron-Man model sheet. Guess art is by Yildiray Cinar ( @cinarart ) .

*fixed name
17 hours ago   •   1 note
Dammit Hot Toys, stop making cool stuff

Dammit Hot Toys, stop making cool stuff

20 hours ago   •   4 notes   •   VIA arkilliandragon   •   SOURCE arkilliandragon

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arkilliandragon:

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I think a lot of the intensity of fandom comes from when they got into the comic. Reminders of their youth and when something that personally clicks with you. Being a fan from the mid 80s…

I really liked the most of Geoff Johns’ run on the GL title. I was getting event burn out near the end since you couldn’t go through 3 issues without “SOMETHING HUGE!!!!” happening which sidelines character development. One issue I had was the need he had to put Carol and Hal back together. I have some thoughts on the matter of the GLs and their respective love interests.

1. Hal - Should be the eternal single guy, dating a lot, essentially the “Kirk” of the guys. He’s not the type to set roots or really get his act together in any serious capacity. He the maverick solo guy who is just cocky enough to get through most of it. (why I’m hating the current direction of the main GL title)

2.  John - He is the guy who makes the tough decisions. I’ve been liking what they’ve done with him. His ability to put the greater good first each time really makes him different, as well as him being not the brash guy of the group. I thought the Fatality angle was silly at first, but it was well written and I liked her transition from crazed revenge seeker to having the Star Sapphires help her deal with the grief and loss. They make a good couple (as long as they don’t do a Katma Tui again)

3. Guy - The tough guy with a soft heart. Tora and him should be a couple (read the I can’t believe it’s not the Justice League). I haven’t been keeping up with Red Lanterns, so I have no idea where they’re going there.

4. Kyle - I’ve been liking New Guardians and Kyle is perfect as the White Lantern (although enough with the killing Guardians, there aren’t a lot left). I’ve had no problems with Kyle and Carol although I’m with you about Kyle and Jenny, they worked well together.

GLC and New Guardians are the best Lantern comics out there.

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Another from early 2000’s. When White-Wolf RPGs came out it hit at just the right time in my life. I was very gung ho about their games. I loved Vampire and ran a game for about 2-3 years table top.
However I ended up running several well liked Werewolf LARPs over the course of 4-5 years (not consecutively).
This was a Black Spiral NPC with the fleshless face deformity.

Another from early 2000’s. When White-Wolf RPGs came out it hit at just the right time in my life. I was very gung ho about their games. I loved Vampire and ran a game for about 2-3 years table top.

However I ended up running several well liked Werewolf LARPs over the course of 4-5 years (not consecutively).

This was a Black Spiral NPC with the fleshless face deformity.

1 day ago   •   12,078 notes   •   VIA kierongillen   •   SOURCE mikemaihack
mikemaihack:

No one is more excited about Batgirl’s new costume than Kara.
Original available hereMore BGSG comics

mikemaihack:

No one is more excited about Batgirl’s new costume than Kara.

Original available here
More BGSG comics

1 day ago   •   2 notes
Old art week begins.
So this one is from 2004. I think I ended up joining Elfwood back then, getting my toes wet for posting art online and such.
I had this scan of a pencil drawing of an elf archer and played around with the colours. Ended uplooking good.
One of those pieces of artwork you end up liking even years later

Old art week begins.

So this one is from 2004. I think I ended up joining Elfwood back then, getting my toes wet for posting art online and such.

I had this scan of a pencil drawing of an elf archer and played around with the colours. Ended uplooking good.

One of those pieces of artwork you end up liking even years later

1 day ago   •   3 notes

Going through a CD I had for a long while, I found a bunch of stuff I had uploaded to the Elfwood site years ago. Some of it is good, others not so.

Still it’ll be fun for my to revisit. So this week is Old Art Week

3 days ago   •   104 notes   •   VIA hot-toys-collectors   •   SOURCE hot-toys-collectors

hot-toys-collectors:

MMS254 - Guardians of the Galaxy : Rocket & Groot Collectible Set

Marvel Studios is expanding the Marvel Cinematic Universe this Summer and bringing fans to the cosmos in the action packed space adventure – Guardians of the Galaxy. A group of outlaw, two thugs, an assassin and a maniac will team up to battle evil and save the galaxy! To gear fans ready for this film’s worldwide release, Hot Toys is excited to present a special 1/6th scale collectible figures set which includes the gun-toting Rocket and his personal houseplant/muscle Groot!

The movie-accurate Rocket Collectible Figure is specially crafted based on his unique physique in the film. It features a finely sculpted head and body, specially tailored costume, weapon, and specially designed figure stand.

The movie-accurate Groot Collectible Figure features highly detailed head and body with amazing paint application to reflect his distinctive appearance, and a specially designed figure stand.

The Rocket and Groot Collectible Set will exclusively include an additional interchangeable angry expression face and a pair of partially clenched angry palms for Groot.

The 1/6th scale Rocket Collectible Figure specially features:
- Authentic and detailed likeness of Rocket in Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy
- Movie-accurate facial expression with detailed fur texture
- Body with over 17 points of articulations
- Approximately 16 cm tall
- Three (3) pairs of interchangeable palms including:
- One (1) pair of relaxed palms
- One (1) pair of fists
- One (1) pair of palms for holding rifle

Costume:
- One (1) orange and dark grey space suit

Weapon:
- One (1) rifle

Accessory:
- Figure stand with Rocket nameplate and the movie logo

Artists:
- Head Sculpted by Viva Lai
- Head Painted by Lok Ho
- Head Art Directed by JC. Hong

The 1/6th scale Groot Collectible Figure specially features:
- Authentic and detailed likeness of Groot in Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy
- Movie-accurate facial expression with detailed tree texture
- Unique body with over 15 points of articulations
- Approximately 39 cm tall
- Five (5) pieces of interchangeable palms including:
- One (1) pair of relaxed palms
- One (1) open left palm with real-like glow effect
- One (1) pair of partially clenched palms (exclusively for collectible set)
- Interchangeable angry expression face (exclusively for collectible set)

Accessory:
- Figure stand with Groot nameplate and the movie logo

Artists:
- Figure Sculpted by Joseph Tsang
- Figure Painted by Lok Ho

Release date: Q1 – Q2, 2015