They are the remnants of a group of heroes long gone, along with the reality they came from. Now they monitor the entire multiverse to ensure that a great evil doesn't do to another reality, what it did to theirs.
THE PARACLETE from the planet of Syros II, is best described as a living force of nature. One of the most powerful beings ever to exist in this or any other multiverse, he has spent a great deal of time on one particular reality, his very presence rewriting its history as a benevolent empress rules over the galaxy, one who wasn't meant to live past her hatching. MIRACLE... a half human, half angelic Nephilim with the ability to heal any wound, cure and disease, and if she's quick enough, even resurrect the dead. Her gentle hand has helped in the reincarnations of at least half of her universe's people to the far reaches of the multiverse, and she has even helped in one who sought to keep what humanity she had left. THE INTERCESSOR... a self-styled "God of Technology," he can technoform his robotic body into virtually anything, provided he knows the blueprints for such devices. He has helped in defending a planet from a vile conqueror, and has visited various other realities, his still-human curiosity guiding him.
... but when the time comes, and the Threat arises, this trio knows that it will take everything they have... plus everything their newfound allies have... to make sure no other realities fall to the Threat's might once again...
hello , i haven't posted a 3d work for long time , but this is what i came up with at last . i was trying to reach a realistic 3d environment so i can use to present my 3d cars models , my first try was on :[link] but i think it wasn't so good , so i made this one . modeled with : 3ds max 9 rendered with : V-ray RC3 render time : 02h:22m:13s , on 1440*720 C&C are so welcome .
My entry for today's speed modeling contest, Electronic theme, by *3D-Asuarus I won! Many thanks to all
Modeled & Rendered in Cinema4D, all materials/textures/etc made right now with the exception of one HDRI from Dosch.
Render time was 17 mins. Incase anyone's wondering, the weird black line that cuts through the scene was a stupid mistake on my part. Always remember to exclude your fog from AO and stop it intersecting things..
The material editor in ZBrush is a mix bag. Rendering is lightning fast. In fact, so far I only been doing screencaps. Big minus is there isn't any thing fancy. No ambient occlusion, SSS, GI, etc. The renderer is also pretty limited but in term of realtime display, it's the best I've seen. So far I think I've only lerned about half the material editor.. my opinion still might change.
Last we look, Grimmy had put on a few pounds: [link]
No, it's not supposed to be funny. I didn't feel like inking a funny strip right now, and I had to express my utter distaste for the actions of the Iranian officials somehow. This was the one coherent statement I could manage that, I believe, fully explains my reaction to the July 19 hanging of Mahmoud Asgari, 16, and Ayaz Marhoni, 18, for 'homosexual acts'.
Also, sorry about the sudden hiatus. Am back now. The unexpected break was caused by RL issues, not lack of strip ideas. I have at least twenty strips outlined and others roughly sketched. Expect plot to happen, and new characters to appear.