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Storn

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  1. I think her personality & appearance is well depicted in her pic. And as for power/tactics, I let anyone who wants to play her to come up with their own. She is a light, flying brick. But she is spread out, jack of all trades, master of none.
  2. Oh, sorry, the pdf is exported from the Hero Designer file.
  3. Hope is her real name. Hope St. Clair. Vector's name is Max St. Clair. I'm not sure what more character info I can provide, I mean, I provided the Hero Designer file.
  4. Here is Hope. She is the daughter of my longest running hero, Vector and her mom is Oracle, from Champions of the North. Her grandfather, Ultraman is a superman clone and her grandmother, Lady White, is a light based character. Her dad disappeared after a massive alien invasion and Hope grew up on Mars which was being terraformed by Vector leading up to the invasion. It was really, really cool to play this optimistic, legacy kid... very different than her intense, weight of worlds on his shoulders, father. Her powers grab a bit from all of her relatives, except for her father's teleki
  5. Wow, seeing the 3d version of her is really cool.
  6. I don't know, didn't play in that game. I just got a description. Brick, mini-brick? That would be my best guess, especially with the code name Achilles.
  7. No. It was really something that just came off the character sheet. He was a speedster with mystic armor. I was trying to make that work somehow.
  8. Thanks Trencher! We are on holiday hiatus, but hopefully, I will get to draw a couple more when we start up in January.
  9. Here are a few of mine, the first one is my actual Player Character.
  10. Here is the full team of the Victors.
  11. RDUNeil's RDU is now so far removed from Champions Universe, as the Earth has been impacted by 30 years of gameplay. We are now in the realm of social science fiction after an apocalyptic war with an alien invasion as irrevocably changed the planet. Talking about 80% casualties. Mars is terraformed. LA is gone. England is Fey realm. Atlantis has re-emerged. Nation states are in total disarray. I could go on.
  12. Holy Thread resurrection! Yah... I'm back. Last night, RDU Neil and other sundry gamers such as I, started our Session Zero for Champions Now playtest. Despite being hundreds of miles from Neil, the miracle of the intrawebs, discord, web camera and a head phone with a mike, allowed me to join my former gaming group. Of course, I was doodling as we hashed out stuff, as is my wont. Really, it is a compulsion. I can't help myself. Luckily I am pretty good at paying attention while doodling so Neil doesn't want to drown me in a tub of jello while holding 2 Hero 6 system books.
  13. Spotify: Bring it on home to me. Otis Redding.
  14. Thanks for looking out for us artists.
  15. Across 110th Street Ten Ton Studios has their new weekly challenge up. http://www.tentonstudios.com/forum/index.php?topic=10784.0 This week it is Misty Knight. Now, I'm not a huge Iron Fist/Power Man comic book aficionado, but the very first thing I thought of when I read the challenge was Bobby Womack's amazing soul tune, "Across 110th street" (I've yet to see the movie, although I payed homage to the movie poster too. Tunage here: https://youtu.be/UOg_8hCC4u4). I met my wife and lived in Spanish Harlem at the ages of 19-21. I lived on E119th street, Harlem was close by.
  16. Across 110th Street Ten Ton Studios has their new weekly challenge up. http://www.tentonstudios.com/forum/index.php?topic=10784.0 This week it is Misty Knight. Now, I'm not a huge Iron Fist/Power Man comic book aficionado, but the very first thing I thought of when I read the challenge was Bobby Womack's amazing soul tune, "Across 110th street" (I've yet to see the movie, although I payed homage to the movie poster too. Tunage here: https://youtu.be/UOg_8hCC4u4). I met my wife and lived in Spanish Harlem at the ages of 19-21. I lived on E119th street, Harlem was close by.
  17. Mos likely, I love gouache.... but I wanted to play with acrylic. I often mix gouache and acrylic anyway... but this was about playing with my new heavy body acrylics.
  18. Thursday night is my game night. One of the other players is the amazing artist, Steve Ellis, http://steveellisart.com/. We often talk art, share tips, what we are working on and the like. This last Thursday, I came with a 1/2 sheaf of this thin yellow toned paper I had found at Hobby Lobby, because we both like working on toned paper. To give to Steve so he could play with it too. He, totally coincidentally, brought me a 1/2 sheaf of gray toned paper which had some tooth to it and some real thickness, like 80 lb or something. The yellow that i gave him is really thin, only good f
  19. Here is a doodle, I was experimenting with a very loosed pencil sketch. I wanted to see if I could work with that when I went to the paint. I tend, especially with fantasy, to be a "bit" tighter with the pencil work. But I was quite happy that it came out the way that it did. The face changed a bit, now looking at it, I like the angle of the pencil a little better than the finished. Although I like the paint application in the face. Ah, I'm picky. This piece, plus 4 others, are my latest Fantasy Clip Art portfolio from LPJ Design, available here: http://lpjdesign.rpgnow.com/p
  20. I thought I answered this, but it did not show up. Absolutely use the artwork on your own site(s). AFter all , it is more advertising for me. Also, I've let folks publish the commissions as long as I can still use them in my own clip art portfolios, so I can continue to make a little bit of lunch money on them down the pike.
  21. Scimitar and Buckler, variant on Sword -n- Board. Here is another lunch time doodle. Going for some rich colors while trying to make it readable. Hope I succeeded. I like working in vignettes like this, with the negative space allowed to exist almost abstractly.
  22. Your guess is as good as mine... but that would track. I didn't get specs on the race/culture, just some reference with that blue skin color.
  23. 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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