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    Escafarc got a reaction from Amorkca in Alternative To Death   
    I let players use Heroic Action Points to offset death. The character suffers some kind of non-lethal mishap instead.
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    Remember when you could get your eye poked out by mail
     

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    Escafarc reacted to Tjack in What sources do you base your sf universes on?   
    They did. It was called Danger: International.
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    Escafarc reacted to Tech priest support in What sources do you base your sf universes on?   
    Heh heh heh. I've always considered mission impossible the original gamer series. Seriously, it was doing the whole D&D thing before D&D even was a thing. 
    Look at the cast. Mr. Phelps was pure paladin.
     
    Barney was pretty much a technical wizard who could throw the occasional punch. (Another great thing about MI for it's time was the egalitarian mood. Barney was never "the black technical wizard", he was just the technical wizard.)
     
    You had Rollin Hand, master of disguise. (R.I.P. martin landau.) He was the consummate con man and trickster.
     
    Cinnamon was a female rogue.
     
    And last but not least was Peter Lupus' muscle man, the perfect fighter.
     
    I always saw that as a gamer show with an almost perfect representation of a gamer group playing thru a new scenario every week. Oh, and the voice on the tape was the first DM, of course.
     
    Yeah, MI was such a perfect gamer series it's almost a pity there never was a RPG of the series, but it would practically have been redundant.
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    Escafarc reacted to phoenix240 in Superhero Images   
    Masque: A raccoon/human hybrid pc from our Bay City Blues Champions game, escaped Viper experiment  Masque has grown into a heroine in her own right, recently returned from a rollicking adventure across several dimension in time to help her team to (hopefully) save Bay City (and possibly the world). 
     

     
     
     
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    Heroines For Hire
     
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    Escafarc reacted to Deadman in Deadman's Heromachine Archive   
    Well a fashionista he ain't.  In all his color-blind glory...  (disclaimer: The color scheme is directly from the description)
     
    Power Crusher!
     

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    Escafarc reacted to Storn in Storn's Art & Characters thread.   
    A fun private commission that I got to do.  A Star Wars character, ex-imperial scout/sniper.   I don't have a ton to say about it, although it was a totally digital creation.  Usually I do a pencil sketch, but this time I wanted to work a bit more with my cintiq.  The initial scribbles where done on separate layers, along with some reference that patron gave me.  I did this at work during lunch over a few days.  The camo texture was provided by the patron.  
     

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    Escafarc reacted to Storn in Storn's Art & Characters thread.   
    My entry in the latest Ten Ton Studios weekly challenge;  The Riddler.

    Remember, you can swing by Ten Ton Studios and see all the art and even vote on your favorite (hint: vote on mine, that would be nice), later this week (after 9 am Thursday till 9 am Friday).
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    Alex Ross, doing what he does best--
     

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    So after getting the idea for the Russian group, felt that the Chinese couldn't let the Russians have all the glory of having the an all girl school so I came up with one.








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    Revamped image of
     

     
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    Escafarc reacted to Major Tom 2009 in A DC Animated-style HeroMachine   
    Here's someone else that was mentioned in connection with the Grand Gulag; I decided to do her pic
    in a style that was partially reminiscent of a certain member of a current cinematic superteam:
     
     

     
     
    White Widow
     
     
    The symbol on the left breast of her uniform is of a white hourglass symbol with a downwards-facing spider
    superimposed upon it.
     
     
    Major Tom 2009
     
     
     
     
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    Escafarc reacted to Major Tom 2009 in A DC Animated-style HeroMachine   
    Here are a few more of The Arc's character pics, this time from his Grand Gulag group and redone
    in FdH2011 format. Most of them had already-existing pics that I was able to use as references for
    my versions, while others are basically my interpetations of characters that I only saw written refer-
    ences for.
     
    Here's one of those from the second category:
     
     

     
     
    Doctor Grey Matter
     
     
    From what I remember of the Doctor's description, he was basically a 'brain in a bubble' following an
    experiment (I think it had to do with nanotechnology, but I'm not sure). So I decided to take an 'Arnim
    Zola'-type approach with his design, in that I made the pic with his brain in an upper-mounted glass
    dome (suspended in an oxygenated nutrient solution), with a robotic 'face' on the middle front of his
    mechanical 'body'. The body itself is supported by an anti-gravity field (the glowing blue oval on the
    bottom) reverse-engineered from alien technology, and is able to change direction and facing by
    means of an internal array of gyroscopes mounted at 'face' level. Four robotic 'arms' are mounted
    on the rear of his 'body', and are each tipped with a three-fingered 'hand'; this allows Doctor Grey
    Matter to physically handle objects, albeit in a limited way. The Doctor is also able to use these
    arms offensively; he does so by grabbing his target and conducting an electrical charge through
    them. The charge is of sufficient intensity to stun a normal human being.
     
    Doctor Grey Matter's mechanical 'body' is armored, and is capable of withstanding .50-caliber machine
    gun fire; he is, however, working on a new design for his 'body', one that will have a built-in force field
    generator.
     
     
    Major Tom 2009
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