Supergirl Wallpaper featuring Dailiaa
This Supergirl wallpaper features DeviantArt stock figure artist Dailiaa.
Quite some time ago we did a figure stock exchange and I’ve finally gotten around to finishing the first image using the figure stock she created.
I recently finished another image or Argo City which was created specifically to be the background of this Supergirl Wallpaper.
This particular version of Supergirl is as she appears in the Legion of Superheroes comicbook.
A re-Imagined Titan if he had appeared in Final Fantasy X*X2.
The basic point of this image (and perhaps series) was to re design any “summons” type characters from previous Final Fantasy games who did not appear in Final Fantasy X as an Aeon.
I rushed the background on this one, I plan on reworking it in the future.
For any reference images I need, I use
devices and software.
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Gargoyle Drawing, Darian Rage a player character from a Ravenloft Dungeons and Dragons
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Fan Art starring everyones favorite Canadian snowboarder, Elise Riggs.
Elsie is often a fan favorite in the SSX community
and is my character of choice. Personally the reason I started using her was because she is Canadian like me (I tend to do that with most video games with a Canadian character.
I started this drawing quite a while ago and as per usual just picked at it till it was complete.
The drawing itself I pulled out of my head after referencing many snowboarder pictures to get the body language correct. The background is a composite of two images from Stock Exchange. For the snowboard pattern I thought “was is the most Canadian food?” upon deciding upon poutine, I found a stock poutine image on stock exchange and used that. SSX logo and Elise logo are official game art from EA games.
Sumner Kagan is (was?) my character for Dungeons and Dragons 3rd edition.
He was a Shadow Dancer and was accompanied by a halfling woman called Luciana.
So here is the story of Sumner Kagan’s name, as with so much else I do, it is derived something I enjoy.
I’ve been working on a comic story for the majority of my life. Eventually, as the story evolved, it became known as Radix (still is, website coming soon). While browsing a bookstore one day I stumbled across a book called Radix by A.A. Attanasio
Of course I bought the book just because of its title and it turned out to be very good (still have to track down an read the other 3 books he wrote). The main character in the book was named Sumner Kagan and the name stuck with me. When time came to roll up my Shadow Dancer I gave him the name from Radix, Sumner Kagan.