Arxen Eckhart- Concept Art

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Arxen Eckhart- Concept Art

Author Comments

Spent a lot of my break time developing my main character and rewriting my story. Here’s a little preview! His name is Arxen and he suddenly became an enraged alcoholic. Whoops.

Arxen Eckhart
Age-22 | Original Eye Color-Brown | Ethnicity-Czech | Star Sign-Scorpio

"Arxen Eckhart is the leading protagonist in the X-Heroes series and despite his moral demeanor is also known as the storys Anti Hero. He starts off as a confused alcoholic whose subjected to a mundane lifestyle. He is either found sulking at an underground bar or loafing around in his apartment waiting for his brother Axl or his best friend Magnus to return home. Finding new and inventive ways to steal food was this boys main priority as a child. Arxen born as an orphan with his brother Axl have spent many of their childish days on the streets scrounging up what food or currency they could find. His melancholy lifestyle is ultimately derailed when a group of Admires wreak havoc on the city. This becomes Arxens wake up call to reality as he decides to finally leave the Human Continent in hopes for a better future. In his pursuit he is separated from his brethren forcing him to travel across the lower continent to search for Axl and Magnus. Not only is he ignorant of the Resistance hot on his trail Arxen is thrown into a multitude of political dilemmas that force him to question his moral values in life."


Nice design sheet man! I've also checked you web comic test. Really cool! Keep it up.

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4.50 / 5.00

Jan 9, 2015 | 9:32 PM EST
File Info
1500 x 3352 px
1.9 mb

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