Mortal Kombat Khameleon

Redesign of Khameleon from Mortal Kombat

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My Re-design of Khameleon from Mortal Kombat.
I went with some extreme changes one this image making her much more reptilian.
As I often do with my re-designs, I um…borrowed…elements from other cultures, in this case Mayan.
Oddly enough I drew this around Dec 2012, I guess the “apocalypse” silliness was on my mind.
I Also should note that I plan on putting up a coloured version of this at some point

For more information on Khameleon please visit Mortal Kombat Wiki

Reference image provided by Tasastock

Tarot – The Fool

Major Arcana card "The Fool" from the Tarot of the Ded

From my original set of photoshopped Tarot Cards, Tarot of the Ded, The Fool

The Fool


A card of beginnings, faith and spontaneity – and apparent folly.
Choose your path and choose it well
Believe in what you are and can be
But be free in mind and spirit
Or forever live your life as

Superhero Van

What really happened when the Legion of Superheroes travelled to the past to get Superboy to join thier group

Ah, the lovely “Superhero Van”.
How did such an oddity come to be?

I am a member of a Legion of Superheroes Fan site called Legionworld
We love the Legion there (if you are fan, come join us) and often our conversations turn silly, much like the early Adventure era stories.
And thus the Superhero Van.
I cannot remember how it was brought up (or if it was on the site or a Facebook conversationwith fellow site members) but the end result was that I was inspired to change the “Free Candy” van into a “Superhero Club” van.
In the comics Saturn Girl, Cosmic Boy and Lightning Boy travel to the past and convince Superboy to join their Superhero club. I kinda ran with the idea…Superboy didn’t exactly join willingly, but was lured there by the Superhero Van.

Superman redesign photomanipulation

Superman costume redesign photomanipulation

A redesign of Superman’s costume as a photomanipulation.
Well my merry band of adventurers, this is the photomanipulation that started it all.

A long time ago and in a province very far away I picked up a Wizard magazine.
That particular issue was running a contest to redesign Superman.
I doodled up a few different versions and was prepared to do the final art.
Then I had a flash of real inspiration…put the costume on a real person.
I managed to scrounge up a decent quality (for the time) picture of a bodybuilder and set to work with my rudimentary photo-editing skills and a copy of Corel Draw and produced this image. I had quite a bit of fun making it, so I made another then another then another.
I found others online who were doing the same thing and suddenly we had a small group who chated via emails and shared maniping tips.
As bad as this image looks now, it established me as one of the first online with this little art form and allows me to call other early manipers like 4f, Bad Mojo, Surliman the Sorcerer, and Hupcap as my peers

Mortal Kombat Havik Wallpaper

Wallpaper featuring the priest of Chaos, Havik from the Mortal Kombat mythos

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1960 x 1080 Wallpaper of Havik, preist of Chaos from the Mortal Kombat mythos.

Havik was never a character I played much, being from one of the Mortal Kombat games I didn’t enjoy very much. As it turns out, even among people who really liked Mortal Kombat: Deception, Havik was not well received by most players. So, with my preference for “Cripples and bastards and broken things” (Ha, Tyrion Lannister FTW!) I drew him.

Inked Drawing of Havik from Mortal Kombat To the left is the original pen and ink drawing of Havik, click to see full size.

Unlike most of my Mortal Kombat drawings I actually stuck to the original design on this one. I also deviated from my usual style of background that I use for my Mortal Kombat Fanart. I am quite pleased with the final result and as I still have the original files for my other Mortal Kombat work I may turn the others into wallpapers as well.
This image of Havik was originally started for a group on DeviantArt but due to a busy life I never submitted it there.

Figure reference provided by LaLunatique