TAG action1


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Here is an "action pose", more or less, for the NGPD's developing TAG protect-gear system to show how it's supposed to look like from a more dynamic angle. This was done in one virtually uninterrupted run so it honestly could've turned out better had I not rushed to get this on paper, but that's how I usually draw and that's that.

Yes, I did run out of space for the feet so that's why they look really condensed compared to the ones shown in the frontal view. Planning a drawing ahead has never really been my strong point.

The gun he's wielding is of my own design from several years back; the NG-D31 SMG. The D31 is a lightweight, compact bullpup submachine gun chambered for the 9 x 19mm cartridge and has a capacity of 30 around standard or 45 rounds on an extended magazine. A notable feature is that this firearm has the highest rate of fire in the NGPD arsenal, clocked in at an overwhelming 900 rpm.


Make teh legs longer.

you draw good

Best be trolling

When is this coming out and how can I pirate it

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TailsPrower responds:

ahem, this is for NGPD MEMBERS ONLY. You'd best consider my offer in a timely manner, Toiletpaper.


As for the ETA, TAG will be released when it is ready. I'm in no hurry ;)

Very detailed

I like all the minor details in his armor from his feet to his mask. Nothing seems lopsided. This is a major improvement from your past drawings Tails. But how long did it take you to make this drawing? So much work must have taken a load of time.

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TailsPrower responds:

this one probably took about an hour and a half, maybe less. I cranked this one out more quickly because I pretty much knew the entire design from the start so the rest was all a matter of just putting it on paper.

thanks for the comment!

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Aug 12, 2010
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