2D Artwork: Dark of the Moon - Superion

Discussion in 'Transformers Fan Art' started by Lurkertron, Oct 26, 2010.

  1. Lurkertron

    Lurkertron Rockerbot

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    Just an idea I had buzzing around my head and its been a while since I did some artwork so here you go. Transformers: Dark of the Moon Superion in all his 200 ft glory.

    Silverbolt: NASA Space Shuttle - Main component torso, head and limb connectors.
    Powerglide: A-10 Thunderbolt II - Right arm and rotary cannon/rockets.
    Blaster: EA-18G Growler - Left arm, jamming/early warning systems and triple fusion blasters.
    Breakaway: F-35 Lightning II - Right lower leg and missile launchers
    Air Raid: F-15SE Silent Eagle - Left lower leg and electromagnetic shield generator.

    I'm sure if the aerialbots are in the movie they'd be different but, anyway... this is my gig :) 
    Hope you like.
     

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    I want a toy of this for classics!
     
  3. Lurkertron

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    Wow, I cant keep up with all this feedback...
     
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    Superquad7 We're only human. Super Mod

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    You know, instead of just waiting on feedback from your own work, you could post feedback in other Fan Art threads as well. :wink:  Also, you posted this on the 26th, and it's 6:19 on the 28th now. I think increased interactivity on your own part plus some patience will help your experience here :) 

    I really like your idea. Your illustration has a cartoonish quality that doesn't lend itself so well for this type of movie-verse illustration, but I think it passes well enough for a stand alone illustration.

    I think you could add some extra details in your coloring, as it's just a tad bit on the airbrushed side of things.

    The pose gives Superion here a lot of character and insight as to how he might move and act like. After all, he is a big, hulking robot!

    I hope some of my feedback and suggestions are helpful :) 
     
  5. Lurkertron

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    Dude, I was just kidding. But thanks anyway.
     
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    Superquad7 We're only human. Super Mod

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    Ah, ok, gotcha. Sometimes, it can be hard to tell someone's intent without tone of voice, etc. I'd seen the same type of complaint in others' threads as well. That's why I really try to be over the top when I joke around. :thumb 

    Anyways, I hope we continue to see more of your work, man :thumb 
     
  7. SpeedFreak01

    SpeedFreak01 Well-Known Member

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    Brilliant Superion! I love the attention to detail, as well as adding the specific roles for each Aerialbot!
    What I would suggest is that you change Superion's face a little. It looks a little too menacing to be an Autobot combiner....
     
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    That's actually a cool concept. It's enough movieverse to work, but personally for me retains a very updated g1 feel. Very good mix.
     
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    I could definitely see that working, movie-verse vise...obviously, the translation from 2D to 3D model would mean added complexity to the colors/parts/etc - but from a concept point of view, it works and I like it.
     

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