Nik'era The first sub villian
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Nik'era The first sub villian

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This is my concept art for the first boss in the game I'm makeing for PO3, she may not look like much. But she has the ability to control and posses plants and use nature as a lethal force...she's actually a pretty hard boss for the first level.

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Seen all your artwork....

Seen all your artwork, it seems your very influinced from a ban 10 batman combo :j just assuming


beastkid7 responds:

yeah -no. I'm influenced by teen titans and sean gallaway, the comic book artist.

But thanx so much for looking at my art!


Nice...she's got plant arms.

So is it kinda like the Ben 10 plant alien?

Where her arms can like...fuse with all plants and mutate to do her bidding? Or even fuse with her body to create a sort of monster?

Maybe she can have a sweet side and have flowers blossom out of her hair.

And it can also have a nasty side...her back side of her head can open up like a venus fly trap. She chould very well have 2 faces.

When she sits politely (like in Japanese style)..her arms could blossom around her and she sits in the center of the pedals of a huge Lilly Flower.


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beastkid7 responds:

Wow ...I didn't know you had such a big imagination man. She could be like that chick from revenge of the fallen that . . .nah I don't want to spoil transformers if you havn't seen it yet.

oh and as you can see the art portal is now working for me!

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Jun 22, 2009 | 11:40 PM EDT
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