Did you put a political meaning in the image?
Nope, I never thought of a political meaning when I was creating this. More towards weapons in general, regardless of what rules may be
I wish a cartoon was made of this picture
That would be really cool! I do have creating a cartoon on my schedule for the future. I'm really excited to do it.
Like a real cartoon or a self done animation?I hope you use these characters!
It will start with just me, then expand into a team if I want to take it further. But this won't be happening anytime soon. Perhaps, in the next 5 years I'll start. I have quite a bit of other stuff to build up.
o.o unless.... he uses it to poke peoples eyes D:!
You know the V sign is also commonly known for victory! Well... back in Churchill's days.
outstanding the person with the axe is great
not sure who exactly to root for, but I think the guy with the "Peacemaker" wins by default. Lol
Twood be a logical decision, but what if this fella is like Yoda?
I really like this
Lol awzum, is this part of a series you are planning?
Thank you . Nope, this is the first time I used these two figures. Maybe I'll use them in some future work.
Sweet work man! So how did you decide on your template, i love the desaturated colors
I use to have a big problem with too saturated colors and after some research and testing I got rid of it and glad it looks better! And what do you mean by template, the dimensions of the picture? Thank man, much appreciated.
i meant pallet, my bad lol. I've been doing research into this as well
Ohh, the color! Its fairly hard to put it into words, but each color theme seems have its own feel and way of sway. I pick the overall theme, and then the colors that fit into it, like the red shirt and stuff. But even the red isn't true red. It is hue between yellow and red to provide the illusion of red, even though it may just be orange, if it were to stand alone.
Lets see, rock beats scissors. Throw a rock at him!