I've been meaning to do this peice for some time, finally did it. hope u guys like it for more info on who they are go to: http://www.tfw2005.com/boards/transformers-fan-art/263919-23-tfa-oc-chalange.html - page talking about the comic book project here on tfw and to know the previous schene from this go to: http://www.tfw2005.com/boards/transformers-fan-art/262673-tfa-oc-ashbringer.html - also a page from tfw **Please review Rule #7, the Radicons Guidelines and Etiquette, and the stickied thread regarding hyperlinks. ~Radicons Staff** ^ | regading this: I can't say too much about the story of these characters otherwise it would spoil the fan comic book I'm working on, but here you go: The blue character is a femme named CliffStrider who belongs to the decepticon faction, and the red femme is named AshBringer who belongs to the autobots. Now both are twins and to make interesting I couldn't remember any twin pair ever being devided by the factions so I thought it would be a bit more original. Now, in very short words the story is about two femmes in a time where racing wasn't allowed for them. since only mechs could race they had to find their own way around the rules and eventually that led to disaster, making AshBringer believe she killed her sister, only to find out later she didn't die at all and was reprogramed into the decepticon faction, having no memories of her past and being told lies about AshBringer's reasons to follow her. This is why AshBringer joins the autobots, to get a chance at recovering her sister. now as for technical point of view...not much to say really... sketched with pencils a hundred times until I was satisfied (I had to study the style a lot to get the right feel from characters and learn their artistic rules), then inked with a marker(which I don't usually do), edited it on photoshop a bit to clean up the pencil mess, and cell shaded the whole thing. background was done with a few white smudges and then a motion blurr to the right. stars are a custom brush that comes with photoshop and the sky is a gradient. glows from optics and headlights were done on a separate layer as "pin light".