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3.92 / 5.00

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752 x 1063 px
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Biomechanical character design 'Christ's Flesh' Book illustration commission.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

I'm christian and this offence me. No just kidding but i do not see the link with Christ's flesh? Still great though.

buriedantenna responds:

Haha, sorry if I made your bible burst into flames. In answer to your question— the guy who commissioned this drawing, which was one of a series, told me that he was looking for a group of mutated superheroes. The designs were to look Giger inspired, and he gave me a list of character names to go off. So with this one, I made the claws kind of like crucifixes, give him a wound in his side and also made the skin look like something that is being worn, to hint at the flesh aspect. I kind of wanted it to have subtle Christ features, without making it stand out too much from the other designs.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This thing is awesome, very creative. I did expect some Christians to be pissed off at this though.

buriedantenna responds:

Yeah, no takers to condemn me as blasphemous. Maybe Newgrounds is nothing but a gang of heretics (I certainly hope so.) Thanks for the comment man :)


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Not sure what I can compare this to, but it looks kind of like a xenomorph from Aliens... I like it!

buriedantenna responds:

Yes, you're quite right. This was part of a brief to design a set of characters with a Giger feel to them. Thanks for the comment ;)


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

The design for this is pretty awesome! The rendering is simply amazing, this is astounding. If I were to complain about something, it'd be that the teeth kind of make it look goofy, but everything else is simply amazing,

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buriedantenna responds:

Thanks for the positive comment, it's very kind of you. I definitely understand your opinion when it comes to the teeth. When I sketched it out, I tried a few different things for the face, but when I roughed in this weird goofy smile (I thought your choice of the word 'goofy' was a good one) I really liked the contrast between the smile and the rest of the design, which is quite serious. I just liked the weird, uneasy feel that it gave to the character. I kind of knew it wouldn't be for everyone though, so I get what you're saying.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


buriedantenna responds:

Thanks Boompug :D