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'Lady Mix-A-Lot': MODON

'Lady Mix-A-Lot': MODON New
SubmitterDragondackMore Photos from Dragondack   Last Update2018/7/19 21:25
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MODON [Donald Trump]

I don't know what to really say about this?
This was more to give people a laugh than anything!
It did give me a laugh though.

Influence Map: Heromorph

Influence Map: Heromorph
SubmitterTazmanMore Photos from Tazman   Last Update2018/6/30 20:36
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I get a lot of joy from viewing the work of all the great artist that share here at Heromorph.
But the two that stand out for me are:
Starchild and Jinky

Lady Mix-A-Lot: Casper and Wendy

Lady Mix-A-Lot: Casper and Wendy
SubmitterpijonMore Photos from pijon   Last Update2018/7/5 10:30
Hits52  Comments4    
Marvel, DC, Harvey and me.

Lady Mix-A-Lot:The Three World Reality Crash

Lady Mix-A-Lot:The Three World Reality CrashNew
SubmitterDragondackMore Photos from Dragondack   Last Update2018/7/16 17:14
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Jeannie's evil sister "Jeannie" pays a visit to The Big Bang Gangs Reality.
Where upon she sets in motion a Majik plan.
She will change them and drop them in another reality.
And watch the fun results of what is to come of their predicament?

Influence Map: Comic Based TV Toons

Influence Map: Comic Based TV Toons
SubmitterpijonMore Photos from pijon   Last Update2018/6/26 17:26
Hits60  Comments3    
Thought an On Demand menu for the format might work...
I thought I was done with these but Ozzy's nitpick on my last one ended up providing inspiration for another. So I went in the other direction this time and rather than making it about the comics on which the media was based, I focused on the media this time (TV toons) rather than the comics from which they were derived. Thanks Ozzy!

Influence Map Too: OzZy's Influence Map version 2018

Influence Map Too: OzZy's Influence Map version 2018
SubmitterOzZyMore Photos from OzZy   Last Update2018/6/17 8:20
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This challenge is harder than it looks.

I tried not to include the same as I did last time but it was unavoidable and some of them lurked their way into this Influence Map as well.    

Anyways, since my free time to participate is almost none and I really want to make at least one map, I tried to include a wide range of influences.

Still doesn't even cover 1% of them.

 Influence Maps Too: MagnusCH's Influences - Live Action Superheros

Influence Maps Too: MagnusCH's Influences - Live Action Superheros
SubmittermagnuschMore Photos from magnusch   Last Update2018/6/27 14:05
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Just some of the shows that influenced me over my many years in Comic and Superhero genre

Lady Mix-A-LOT: Spider Woman/ Witchblade

Lady Mix-A-LOT: Spider Woman/ Witchblade
SubmitterDark WandererMore Photos from Dark Wanderer   Last Update2018/7/4 8:26
Hits69  Comments5    
From my hand I play Polymerization
(Cards for Spiderwoman and Witchblade go to the graveyard)
SpiderBlade is now summoned in Attack Position..
Sorry been playing Yugi-Oh with my daughter lol.

Influence Maps Too: DrunkenDragon's under the influence

Influence Maps Too: DrunkenDragon's under the influence
SubmitterdrunkendragonMore Photos from drunkendragon   Last Update2018/6/16 16:48
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Decided to use basic format, but progressive influences, and a wink to Hanna Barbera, who helped shape my sometimes warped sense of humor.
First row is the TV cartoon influences that inspired  my love of comics and Super Heroes.
Second shows the major comics, and specific issues that I have that influenced my original drawing and theme styling.
Third row depicts the major artists that influenced my design style, and
Last row shows my all time favorite artist for humor and exaggerated realism Norman Rockwell, also seen in the background image.
As well as a nod to the two artists that drew my attention to HeroMorph in the first place, and whose work I tried to duplicate when I first began manipulating.  Many others here have helped me develop since then, too, which is why I keep checking in to see what greatness shows up here daily!

Webgeek's Influence Map

Webgeek's Influence Map
SubmitterWebGeekMore Photos from WebGeek   Last Update2018/6/11 19:20
Hits74  Comments3    

April Challenge: Cover Redo!

April Challenge: Cover Redo!
SubmitterpijonMore Photos from pijon   Last Update2018/5/8 5:23
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Know the ropes...
Sure it's late but...
I had so much fun with this challenge, I may do these all year!

Influence Map Too: OzZy's Sci-Fi Influence Map

Influence Map Too: OzZy's Sci-Fi Influence Map
SubmitterOzZyMore Photos from OzZy   Last Update2018/6/19 18:02
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So yesterday some guy at Facebook asked a question that made me think of my sci-fi books and that lead me to make an Influence Map with some of the sci-fi books that in some way influenced me.

I also wanted to keep fox-orion original directives so I followed his rule to fill the map.

Keep in mind that the ones presented are NOT all and are not presented in any special order:

The Star Beast by Robert A. Heinlein (1954) - This one is here not only to represent the work of Heinlein but also because it remains to this day among my top 3 books from this author, that I am a huge fan of.

The Snow Queen by Joan D. Vinge (1981) - I love this author. Her work is among my favourite, this one specially with its sequel The Summer Queen. If you never read any sci-fi before, try this books.

Titan by John Varley (1980) - One of my favourite authors, almost at the level of Heinlein in my book, although diferent styles and writing. And Titan is easily one of his top 3 books.

Dreamsnake by Vonda McIntyre (1979) - I HATE SNAKES! That's a fact, but reading this book almost made me want to have a pet snake... and that says it all.

Brightness Reef by David Brin (1996) - David Brin wrote some of the best books I have in my library. And I could easily choose other book to represent his work here but the Uplift Universe is his top work for me.

The Man in the Maze by Robert Silverberg (1968) - Silverberg is my second favourite sci-fi author and this book is among my top 3 from him.

Azazel by Isaac Azimov (1988) - Azimov is not in my top 3 sci-fi authors but I love his work none the less and Azazel is a funny set of short stories that I can read over and over again and always make me smile. But that might also be because of my dark sense of humor.

The Gameplayers of Zan by M. A. Foster (1977) - This book was only the second sci-fi book I ever read. I was 12 years old at the time and never forgot the how it made me feel.

Dinosaur Planet by  Anne McCaffrey (1978) - I'm a big fan of dinosaur stories... and if you mix some sci-fi along, I'm hooked. Not to mention that I never read a book from Anne McCaffrey I didn't liked.

A Deepness in the Sky by Vernor Vinge (1999)  - When I first read this book I almost gave up... Until I found A Fire Upon the Deep by the same author and gave it a chance. Worth it.

Lensman Series by E.E. "Doc" Smith (1934 - 1948) - The first sci-fi book I ever read was Lord Tedric. It was a gift from my godmother and that ignited my love for sci-fi.
To this days, I still think the Green Lantern Corp was based on the Lensman series by E.E. "Doc" Smith. Change my mind.

Marune: Alastor 933 by Jack Vance (1975) - Jack Vance wrote some great sci-fi stories that I read often but this one is still the one I like best.

Solaris by Stanisław Lem (1961) - When I first found the books from Stanislaw Lem, I thought it was more of the same sci-fi stories I was used to read from british and american authors. Big Mistake!  

 Influence Maps Too: MagnusCH's Influences

Influence Maps Too: MagnusCH's Influences
SubmittermagnuschMore Photos from magnusch   Last Update2018/6/11 20:40
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I just decided to throw in my major influences in both life and my art...

The major influences start with Walter Elias Disney, Jim Henson, and Stan Lee. I've lived my life through a lot of their inspiration.

Todd Mcfarlane and John Byrne got me interested in drawing and art.

Then a few others that have inspired me over my many years.

Influence Map: Comics That Made Movies

Influence Map: Comics That Made Movies
SubmitterpijonMore Photos from pijon   Last Update2018/6/20 9:43
Hits87  Comments6    
I'm sure I could have filled this up with just the Marvel movies but I wanted to include others as well. My credits are spread pretty randomly in the Influence Map so I've included a list below more specific to who did each comic although that's a little dicey too as in some instances, I've credited the character's creators while in others, I've credited those whose story got adapted into the films. Not all of these films were great but the comics were and that's what I'm paying tribute to.

Hellboy - Mike Mignola
The Crow - J. O'Barr
Judge Dredd - John Wagner, Carlos Esquerra
The Punisher - Gerry Conway, John Romita Sr.
Watchmen - Alan Moore, Dave Gibbons
Blade - Marv Wolfman, Gene Colan
The Spirit - Will Eisner
Spider-Man - Stan Lee, Steve Ditko
Batman - Bob Kane, Bill Finger
Snowpiercer - Jacques Lob, Jean-Marc Rochette
Sin City - Frank Miller
Jonah Hex - John Albano, Tony DeZungia
Kick-Ass - Mark Millar, John Romita Jr.
Thor - Stan Lee, Jack Kirby
Heavy Metal -  various artists (movie in part based on stories by Dan O'Bannon and Moebius, Rich Corben and Bernie Wrightson)
Swamp Thing - Len Wein, Bernie Wrightson
Superman - Jerry Siegel, Joe Shuster
Ghost Rider - Roy Thomas, Mike Ploog
V for Vendetta - Alan Moore, David Lloyd
Wanted - Mark Millar, J.G. Jones
Road to Perdition - Max Allan Collins, Richard Piers Rayner
30 Days of Night - Steve Niles, Ben Templesmith
Captain America - Joe Simon, Jack Kirby
Wonder Woman - Charles Moulton, H.G. Peters
Black Panther - Don McGregor, Rich Buckler
Daredevil - Frank Miller
Old Man Logan - Mark Millar, Steve McNiven

Influence Map: Newspaper Artists

Influence Map: Newspaper Artists
SubmitterpijonMore Photos from pijon   Last Update2018/6/10 20:05
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I figured this one would be an easy one to do and it was but once again, I feel like I've left out more than I've included! A couple of crossover artists here: Eisner started Spirit in the newspapers and later went to comics while Gil Kane started in comics before doing Star Hawks. Some of these others were big influences on some great comic artists, like Raymond's influence on Al Williamson, Foster's on Frank Frazetta and Caniff's on Jim Aparo.

​​​​​Lady Mix-A-Lot: a Different Wonder Woman

​​​​​Lady Mix-A-Lot: a Different Wonder Woman
SubmitterDragondackMore Photos from Dragondack   Last Update2018/7/11 22:42
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Imagine a world were Wonder Woman was
from the other side of the Mediterranean.
Where a a Persian Blue Djinn had created
her to fight injustice,slavery & tyranny.
Now in modern times she still finds it
easy to combat even powerful villains!

Bad Casting 4: Bosom Buddies

Bad Casting 4: Bosom BuddiesPopular
SubmittermagnuschMore Photos from magnusch   Last Update2018/5/6 1:36
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Reboot: Bosom Buddies

Since leaving the WWE Braun Strowman and Dolph Ziggler
have been evicted from their apartment. While in search of
affordable housing they come upon an all-woman co-op
and dress in drag to sneak through the vetting process.

April Challenge: Cover Redo!

April Challenge: Cover Redo!Popular
SubmitterpijonMore Photos from pijon   Last Update2018/4/29 18:14
Hits102  Comments1    
It's not a doll, it's an action figure!

Influence Map: Ditko

Influence Map: DitkoPopular
SubmitterpijonMore Photos from pijon   Last Update2018/6/8 10:38
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So I decided to try something a little different this time around. Rather than using the template, I decided to break the mold and step out from the grid. I focused on a single major influence on me for this influence map.
Sure, Jack Kirby probably would have been the obvious choice, the artistic giant who practically built the house of Marvel single handedly. But instead, I went with Steve Ditko, focusing on some of the characters he had a hand in creating. I always thought Ditko was remarkably unique and innovative in his comics style. Everybody was trying to be Kirby back in the 60's but nobody could even figure out how to imitate Ditko. So in the spirit of Ditko, I tried a quirkier approach here
It's all about Ditko heroes and art in my influence map:
Top: Spider-man, Blue Beetle, Dr. Strange
Middle: The Question, Captain Atom, The Creeper, Mr. A
(Ditko Self Portrait)
Bottom: Shade the Changing Man, Stalker, Squirrel Girl.
(Background from Dr. Strange)
There's plenty of other oddball Ditko characters like the Hawk and the Dove, Destructor, Speedball, Static, Killjoy and the Mocker but I just didn't have room for all of them!
There is one Ditko design that is an absolute classic that most of you are very familiar with but didn't know it was his. Although Jack Kirby was the creator of Iron Man, that original suit was big and bulky. Iron Man's classic red and gold suit that remained largely unchanged for years... yup, Ditko did that too.

Bad Casting 4: Gambit: The Trump Card

Bad Casting 4: Gambit: The Trump CardPopular
SubmitterpijonMore Photos from pijon   Last Update2018/5/9 4:15
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Hail to the King, Baby!
It seems that in my previous bad casting ensemble for X-Men, one bad cast member was conspicuously missing...

Donald Trump IS Gambit!

note: not a single strand of his magnificent hair is manipulated.

Influence Map Too: Dragondack's Sci-Fi & TV Influence Map

Influence Map Too: Dragondack's Sci-Fi & TV Influence MapPopular
SubmitterDragondackMore Photos from Dragondack   Last Update2018/6/11 1:16
Hits113  Comments4    
Yes,yes there is always more isn't there with things like this?
Since I did mention them here are all the Sci-Fi shows I loved
Batman,Time Tunnel,Star Trek ,Lost in Space,Space 1999,
Voyage to the bottom of the Sea,U.F.O, for long ago then there's
the Cartoon shows,Jonny Quest and all the others too.

Cover Redo: Spragg- the Musical!

Cover Redo: Spragg- the Musical!Popular
SubmitterpijonMore Photos from pijon   Last Update2018/5/10 2:08
Hits121  Comments3    
Okay, hopefully my last one

April Challenge: Cover Redo

April Challenge: Cover RedoPopular
SubmitterDark WandererMore Photos from Dark Wanderer   Last Update2018/4/26 8:12
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Figured I would have a little fun with this. Who would not want this Amazing Fantasy?!

April Challenge: Cover Redo!

April Challenge: Cover Redo!Popular
SubmitterVektorMore Photos from Vektor   Last Update2018/4/26 14:01
Hits122  Comments4    
My cover re-do, reversing the infamous Death of Gwen Stacy storyline (spoilers ;p) with Spider-Gwen.

Lady Mix-A-Lot: Petora Quill

Lady Mix-A-Lot: Petora QuillPopular
SubmitterDragondackMore Photos from Dragondack   Last Update2018/7/7 17:11
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With just one of her powers she steps through time,
From the future she arrives,strong deadly and Powerful.
She steps through time to help in the fight against the Titan Thanos.
The possible daughter of Peter Quill and Gamora.

Bab Castng 4: The Wrecking Crew

Bab Castng 4: The Wrecking Crew Popular
SubmitterDragondackMore Photos from Dragondack   Last Update2018/5/22 22:37
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Bad Casting 4: The Wrecking Crew

Movie: Johnny Galecki as Matt Helm

Matt Helm is the swinging Playboy Photographer Spy in this all new swinging epic movie "The Wrecking Crew"

Influence Map Too: The Heromorph Influence

Influence Map Too: The Heromorph InfluencePopular
SubmitterLady HeromorphMore Photos from Lady Heromorph   Last Update2018/6/4 18:31
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I did an Influence Map too because I wanted to thank all of our HeroMorph artists whose work appeared in this year's challenges so far. Thank you all for your contributions. You are my inspiration and what makes Heromorph great! Each contributing artist's name listed below is a linked to their gallery. Click on their links to be treated to even more of their great art...
Dark Wanderer
Jinky Coronado

April Challenge:Cover Redo!

April Challenge:Cover Redo!Popular
SubmittermagnuschMore Photos from magnusch   Last Update2018/4/28 13:55
Hits133  Comments4    

April Challenge: Cover Redo!

April Challenge: Cover Redo!Popular
SubmitterpijonMore Photos from pijon   Last Update2018/4/19 21:06
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The bumble in the jungle...

April Challenge: Cover Redo too!

April Challenge: Cover Redo too!Popular
SubmitterpijonMore Photos from pijon   Last Update2018/4/26 16:58
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In case you wondered why...

*updated for the wizard, Oz.

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