An old yet not really old (did that make sense?), samurai warrior... immortal & war worn. Ancient yet still a bad a$s. The world now very burnt and post apocalyptic, he does as he always has, wandering the land, with honor, laying waste to the dishonorable.--- Hope I managed to get the ancient bad a$5 look just right... as well as the foreboding landscape he's in. Lemme know if ya likes!
I doodled this on the back of one of my US government worksheets. My teacher, who is awesome btw, liked it so I cleaned it up and made a copy for him (since I had notes on the back of the original, haha). I had this image stuck in my head since we read a couple of the essays from the Federalist Papers, both Madison's, not Hamilton's, though.
Of course, since I did this in class, I didn't have any references! lol, so they probably look off in uniform/dress, appearance, and anatomy But I tried to give them 1776 appearances because I haven't practiced drawing adult-sized Hammy very much and I more or less --less, now that I look at it again, lol-- remembered him from The Dreamer: [link] . So in this, he's 19 (I say 19, but I'm aware that he could've been 21), and Tommy J is 33. I actually asked my teacher for Jefferson's age in class and he looked it up for me, w00t! lol
And yes, I have indeed formed a habit of calling them "Hammy" and "Tommy J" in my mind, and sometimes I call them that verbally, but when I need to be formal I still call them Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson
An alternate flag of the People's Republic of China based off of several original proposals from the Maoist period. This can also be used as a flag for Leftist/Maoist Chinese opposed to the current Conservative-leaning government.
Red represents Socialism/Maoism, the Stars represent the non-wealth based Social classes united under one government, the hammer and sickle represent union between proletariat and peasant, the 3 stripes represent the Yellow, Yangtze, and Mekong(?) rivers.
Map of North America, circa 1950. Pretty self explanatory. If by chance you have no idea what this is about, then welcome to alternate history! Basically this project explores what the world may have been like if the Confederate States of America had managed to win in the American Civil War. I use real research to do a lot of it, but in the later parts I'm forced to take some artistic creativity in what happens, as by that time things have changed so much there is no way to determine what is likely and what isn't. It's a bit of a long read, and you may not understand it all, but if you like history and/or a good story, then go ahead and take a look. At the very least you can appreciate the maps and how much I improved over the course of the project.
EDIT: If you're wondering what the states are, I'll list them below. And yes, both Alabama and Alberta are abbreviated "AL." That's okay because they're in two separate countries.
EDIT-EDIT: If you're wondering, the capital of the USA is Philadelphia and the capital of the CSA is Havana.
UNITED STATES (52): Alberta, AL Apsalook, AP Arizona, AZ Bahamas, BA British Columbia, BC California, CA Cheyenne, CH Colorado, CO Connecticut, CT Dakota, DA Delaware, DE Deseret, DS Franklin, FR Idaho, ID Illinois, IL Indiana, IN Iowa, IA Jamaica, JA Kansas, KS Maine, ME Manitoba, MN Maryland, MD Massachusetts, MA Michigan, MT Minnesota, MN Missouri, MO Montagnais, MG Nebraska, NE Nevada, NV New Brunswick, NB New Hampshire, NH New Jersey, NJ New Mexico, NM New Russia, NR New York, NY Niagara, NI Northwest, NW (Pronounced "Nor-west," not "North-West," a bit like Newfoundland) Nova Scotia, NS Nunavut, NU Ohio, OH Ontario, ON Oregon, OR Pennsylvania, PA Philippines, PH Quebec, QC Rhode Island, RI Ruperts Land, RL Saskatchewan, SK Vermont, VT Virgin Islands, VI Wisconsin, WI Yukon, YK
CONFEDERATE STATES (25): Alabama, AL Arkansas, AR Baja, BJ Chiapas, CP Chihuahua, CU Coahuila, CU Columbia, CL Cuba, CB Durango, DU Florida, FL Georgia, GA Hispaniola, HI Kentucky, KY Louisiana, LA Mississippi, MS New Texas, NT North Carolina, NC Sequoyah, SQ Sinaloa, SI Sonora, SO South Carolina, SC Tennessee, TN Texas, TX Virginia, VA Yucatan, YU
Despite fulfilling the same role on the battlefield, the M19 Warrior "Bigfoot" was not a direct descendant of the M6 Curtis. Though some common technologies and components were adopted, the battleframe's design was largely reengineered from what researchers could salvage from the remains of downed heavy assaulters.
Major advances were made, such as the reverse development of the third-gen quickboosters found on heavy assaulters, giving these battleframes a more level playing field against the Revelation. Nevertheless, heavy assaulters still retained a significant advantage, having far faster and precise reflexes, whereas the Bigfoot was only as strong as its pilot. Furthermore, quickboosting at high speeds could induce blackouts in human pilots, whereas the Revelation were not physiologically susceptible to such issues.
However, the Bigfoot was a far more expensive and labor intensive unit to produce, compared to the Curtis, so production of the Curtis was not completely halted. Existing Curtis frames were retrofitted with quickboosters and improved engines/propuslion systems.
Well, given the quality of some of the other concepts created for AFF recently, especially Fax's ULA armours, I thought it was time to spruce up my Imperial Regular design with a bit more detail. I'm still not happy with the flexibility and agility issues of the armour, but its getting there. It might also be a little bulky, but meh.
There aren't any helmets as it gives a little more humaity to the concept. So don't ask.
I might colour this if the folks at AFF like it over the old design.