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« Thread started on: Oct 23rd, 2007, 3:37pm »

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« Reply #1 on: Apr 27th, 2008, 4:19pm »

I was curious to see how she would look like in a red costume and bare thighs.

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« Reply #2 on: Apr 28th, 2008, 09:06am »

Nadav, that is very, very good good.
Personally, i prefer the tights covered, but i like how you made the end more like small shorts than a bathing suit. And the red looks wonderful on her. And she's pale. She hasn't been in a while. That is seriously awesome.
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« Reply #3 on: Apr 28th, 2008, 10:13am »

Thank you!

I know what you mean, when they do bare thighs they should do bare thighs and not thong-costumes. (Cockrum's Storm vs. Jim Lee's Psylocke.) I kind of had Dave's shapes/cuts in mind when I did this.
And the scene in X-Men #1 where Betts was walking through a sewer (it was a holographic simulation, but still, it could have been real) and her bare skin touched the water!
So if this was a real Sage costume it would actually make use of the unstable molecules that it's made of. Programmed to transform into a complete outfit when it gets even a little wet, or/and when the temperature drops down.
I love Sage's pale skin, too, it's a pity some colourists are not informed. She kind of looked paler in comparison to Cat's latest incarnation though.
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« Reply #4 on: Apr 28th, 2008, 10:35am »

on Apr 28th, 2008, 10:13am, Nadav wrote:
I know what you mean, when they do bare thighs they should do bare thighs and not thong-costumes. (Cockrum's Storm vs. Jim Lee's Psylocke.) I kind of had Dave's shapes/cuts in mind when I did this.

If done like yours (it seems longer than your examples) more often, it would be best of two worlds. There's skin but it still seems practical and like a uniform

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And the scene in X-Men #1 where Betts was walking through a sewer (it was a holographic simulation, but still, it could have been real) and her bare skin touched the water!

Eek! I feel the need to shower just remembering that.
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So if this was a real Sage costume it would actually make use of the unstable molecules that it's made of. Programmed to transform into a complete outfit when it gets even a little wet, or/and when the temperature drops down.

That would rule. It's a wonderful idea. Artists really should make more use of what the unstable molecules allow.

May I ask how you did it? And if you used a model? It's a really good Sage.
Oh, i forgot to mention, but i really liked the pockets.
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« Reply #5 on: Apr 28th, 2008, 11:02am »

Yeah, I loved when they made use of the unstable molecules back then, one moment Storm was elegant sitting in an opera with Stevie Hunter, and the next she's in her battle suit.
She used to trigger her unstable molecules with a jolt of electricity.

Thanks! Pencil/pen + photoshop, no references. I like markers, too, but the scanner doesn't capture the colours well..
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« Reply #6 on: Apr 28th, 2008, 12:06pm »

on Apr 28th, 2008, 11:02am, Nadav wrote:
Yeah, I loved when they made use of the unstable molecules back then, one moment Storm was elegant sitting in an opera with Stevie Hunter, and the next she's in her battle suit.
She used to trigger her unstable molecules with a jolt of electricity.


I liked that too. But, if that functionality was used more, they should have triggers that weren't power based.

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Thanks! Pencil/pen + photoshop, no references. I like markers, too, but the scanner doesn't capture the colours well..

Thanks. I can't draw stick figures, so i'm curious when things look lovely. And that did, i can't say it enough.
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