They really didn't want them to come back... But mom has the last say.
Finally got a real comic up. Been sitting as a sketch for a while, and since I got a decent amount of work done, and a little time on my hands, I figured I'd finally give you guys a Ross 'n Cicero comic.
Whenever I play Bethesda's Skyrim I always try to travel to my destination in a straight line. Often, mountains get in the way. I end up hopping up mountains as if I'm trying to do parkour, or my best Super Mario imitation...
"Fusionary" - FINALLY! Something with one of MY characters! For those of you who don't know, this is "Hadoken" AKA, Curtis Wolfe (NOTE; YES, I know it's the Street Fighter move, but there's a reason. 1. "Hadoken" translates to "Wave Attack." And once I explain his sword, you'll understand how that name is justified. 2. Before he became this bad-@$$ ninja, he was a gamer WHO'S FAVORITE GAME WAS STREET FIGHTER. If you still go all whiny fanboy after that, go chew on a brick!) Hadoken was originally created from an art assignment where we were supposed to design ourselves as a superhero. I was inspired a lot by the new Batman movies that were coming out at the time. I decided to make him more of the fusion between Martial arts, and technology, but placing more of the emphasis on the ninja stuff. His signature weapon is his sword "Tsunami." It harnesses a portable MSD (Molecular Suspension Drive) Instead of going into the fancy science talk, here's the breakdown; Know how a glo-stick leaves a streak behind it? The Tsunami does the same. However, at any moment, the blade can be charged, and temporarily make those streaks a solid surface. These can be flung like projectile blades, (or WAVES....) make a temporary wall to block attacks or projectiles, or even make surfaces to jump across. (I'll try to animate it if I ever get the chance) I am VERY satisfied with how the shading and highlights came out on this. Like, more than usual. The sword hilt was the only thing that gave me trouble though. Either way, enjoy!
Talos, the Stormcrown, also known as Tiber Septim or Hjalti Earlybeard, was a human general who came to rule all of Tamriel and later achieved apotheosis becoming the ninth divine.
The details of the costume are based primarily on the statues that appear at the Talos Shrines in Skyrim. The design is a sort of fusion of roman and norse aesthetics, so my choice of colours are derived from that.
Maybe being tricked wasn't all too bad, at least Isaac learned he's important.
Panel 1: Today, Daina tricked me into being her friend. She just wanted to use me. Panel 2:Daina: We need that precious head of your's She told me I was needed. Panel 3: I felt special so it was ok kinda