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Re: Project Wanda

Postby SinisterMarmalade » Tue May 26, 2009 11:42 pm

What about strategically wrapping Wanda in electrical tape? Or, in a closer reference to fight club, in that terrible bride's maid dress that Marla wore?
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Re: Project Wanda

Postby cloudbreaker » Wed May 27, 2009 3:18 am

The red parts are supposed to be fuzzy, but I couldn't get my computer to draw fuzzy.
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Re: Project Wanda

Postby gregor42 » Wed May 27, 2009 10:05 am

Two Words gentlemen....


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Re: Project Wanda

Postby Lexandritte » Wed May 27, 2009 11:15 am

So, any responces from the Authors? I'd personally like to hear not only about mine, but others concepts, if anything looks like it's going to be approven....
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Re: Project Wanda

Postby bryden42 » Wed May 27, 2009 2:12 pm

How about Colonel Wanda Deering (Buck rodgers for those too young)
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Re: Project Wanda

Postby Varmus » Wed May 27, 2009 3:08 pm

Hi, first post here.

Please bear with crudeness of HeroMachine for the time being. I'll try to find some time to draw something too.

This is just an idea that popped ino my mind.

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Re: Project Wanda

Postby jamie » Wed May 27, 2009 4:18 pm

bryden42 wrote:How about Colonel Wanda Deering (Buck rodgers for those too young)
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DUDE! We totally forgot to use a Buck Rodgers gag! Noted!
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Re: Project Wanda

Postby bryden42 » Wed May 27, 2009 4:37 pm

jamie wrote:
bryden42 wrote:How about Colonel Wanda Deering (Buck rodgers for those too young)
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DUDE! We totally forgot to use a Buck Rodgers gag! Noted!


Thanks Dude. Glad to be of service :)
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Re: Project Wanda

Postby BlackDwagon » Wed May 27, 2009 5:05 pm

Todd Lockwood did a series of art for a new card game, most are feminine so take your pick and support another artist too!

http://www.toddlockwood.com/galleries/magic/03/
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Re: Project Wanda

Postby THE ARKENHAMMER » Wed May 27, 2009 9:41 pm

I'm surprised there aren't any mechanic-based costumes yet. If you want something Arkenplier-related... I mean, c'mon.
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Re: Project Wanda

Postby Hhean » Thu May 28, 2009 11:57 am

Hey there. This project got me interested in signing up with the forums. I found after setting myself up with a base template and some ground rules (based on her costume entry in the wiki), coming up with costumes was actually quite quick and entertaining. So, I'll post up my quick doodles here, and likely continue until I get bored and do something else.

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Colour scheme stays in the range of red, white and black. Grey and pink fit into this spectrum occasionally.
Nearly all her outfits rely on Theiss Titillation Theory
Skulls are a recurring motif
Her hair style and length seems to vary with the outfits
No outfit in all of erfworld seems to cover a character's face, so the face must always be seen
All the designs should be quick to draw, both for rapid prototyping and for ease of use in a comic format
No drawing should take more than half an hour from conception to final colouring

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Drawn, then altered in photoshop to a blue colour since I'm out of blue pencils at the moment. Of my entries, I spent the most time on this, trying to keep her proportions fairly similar to the main picture of her in the wiki. I think this is the only one of my drawings that I broke the half hour rule on.

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All of these were quickly made using photoshop. Sensitivity is broken on my tablet at the moment, so I deliberately went for a rough look, favouring speed and readability over aethetics. Since they're only prototypes, I can quite easilly redo a design into a more finished version any time I feel I like an idea

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Re: Project Wanda

Postby Hhean » Thu May 28, 2009 12:28 pm

One last doodle before I go do something else for a bit.

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Re: Project Wanda

Postby Varmus » Thu May 28, 2009 2:41 pm

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Wanda, in her Stripperific Queen of Decrypted outfit.

Surprisingly quick to draw.
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Re: Project Wanda

Postby moose o death » Thu May 28, 2009 6:47 pm

Hhean01 wrote:One last doodle before I go do something else for a bit.


that, my friends, is a blank wanda. well a blank wanda who's had a few too many pies. she's slightly less robust in frame usually
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Re: Project Wanda

Postby Hhean » Thu May 28, 2009 7:18 pm

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Didn't like the old background. Went over time, but most of it was fiddling with background colour.

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moose o death wrote:that, my friends, is a blank wanda. well a blank wanda who's had a few too many pies. she's slightly less robust in frame usually


Yeah, I'll admit I like to draw my characters with some.. err.. let's say, girth to them. <.< >.>
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Re: Project Wanda

Postby robinmdh » Fri May 29, 2009 1:29 am

THE ARKENHAMMER wrote:I'm surprised there aren't any mechanic-based costumes yet. If you want something Arkenplier-related... I mean, c'mon.

i totay posted a construction workers uniform, sam as you by linking a picture

and i do agree that a tool centerd design would be funny.
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Re: Project Wanda

Postby GenuityX » Fri May 29, 2009 1:50 am

Hhean01 wrote:Image

Didn't like the old background. Went over time, but most of it was fiddling with background colour.

EDIT:

moose o death wrote:that, my friends, is a blank wanda. well a blank wanda who's had a few too many pies. she's slightly less robust in frame usually


Yeah, I'll admit I like to draw my characters with some.. err.. let's say, girth to them. <.< >.>


Hhean01, I love that last one. That is awesome! Thanks for a different blank Wanda.
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Re: Project Wanda

Postby Hhean » Fri May 29, 2009 8:00 am

robinmdh wrote:
THE ARKENHAMMER wrote:I'm surprised there aren't any mechanic-based costumes yet. If you want something Arkenplier-related... I mean, c'mon.

i totay posted a construction workers uniform, sam as you by linking a picture

and i do agree that a tool centerd design would be funny.


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Something like that?
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Re: Project Wanda

Postby alexanderdsoso » Fri May 29, 2009 1:07 pm

glenn, i like the medical idea, but...

more like this

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Id love to see her in a bunny suit (you know, the shiny suits for working in dust free environments, like the intel commercials in the 90s) Be a challenge to get her sexy while in it.

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For true cross over, have a magic item shes using be two add on things that you put on her ears.

have her dressed at the time as saabik, kristie alley's character from the first star trek movie

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Re: Project Wanda

Postby Elminster000 » Fri May 29, 2009 2:29 pm

Elvira mistress of the dark, Im surprised no one thought of this one yet ;)
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I'd also like to see any of the costumes from bladerunner, and a full on 80s punk/or glam outfit replete with leather, spikes, and appropriate hair.

The nurse outfit would work, but only if you reverse the colors. ie black dress with red or white cross, or red dress with black cross.
Oh! and the evil version of Mia Sara from Legend, can find a good pic of that one unfortunately.
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