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With the upcoming Mortal Kombat
X, I’m back into redesigns at a faster pace. If Nitara were to appear in Mortal Kombat
X I picture her as retaining some for her previous “Goth Grrl” appeal but pushing it further. I drew upon influences from Cyber-Goth
culture for parts of my redesign. I kept most of her original colour scheme, but added some green to the red and black she wore in the beginning.
Nitara was a favorite of mine in her earlier appearances, her high-low-high combos were always good to catch an opponent off guard!
Moloch from Mortal Kombat.
According to Ed Boon from NetherRealm Studios, he will not be appearing in Mortal Kombat X.
I wanted to make Moloch a little less bestial than he was in his previous appearances. I made him stand a little straighter and added some partial armour to (hopefully) make him look a little more intelligent and yet menacing. Colour version coming soon.
Sindel from Mortal Kombat.
This was one of two drawings I completed in January of 2005 while recovering from an illness. It helped respark my interest in artwork in general and in my Mortal Kombat project in particular. Sindel was one of my favorite characters in MK3, she was pretty devastating when used correctly.
I’m not completely happy with Sindels face here, I think it is a little “harsh” looking. Other than that, I still like it. I think the costume design is solid, the pose I used is very Sindel related, and I captured her prehensile hair quite nicely.
Drahmin from Mortal Kombat.
Is he returning in Mortal Kombat X?
Ed Boon of NetherRealm says no, but he is notorious for trolling fans so….who knows!
I pulled the pose for this one out of my head, despite the fact I prefer to work with life models. From the original Drahmin design I beefed him up a little, but retained his stripped skin look. His costume is made from various pieces or armour from scattered cultures. When I apply colour to this one I intend to make the metals appear very corroded in areas. His mask, known in the game as the Face of Kun-Lo, retains some elements of the original mask, but I worked in parts of Kabuki masks and makeup as well as some Samurai helmet designs.