When I was older I thought I had it, I mean by then I knew the superhero game wasn't a walk in the park, I'm not superman and I'm not bullet proof but I can still kick all their asses if I know how. I went through all the training, all the torture and all the pain because I believed in the cause. I thought I was part of something just, I believed I was saving the world and taking out the bad guys. It didn't matter that almost everyone I met wanted to kill me because I had people close to me who were fighting alongside me. It was all built on a lie, and the truth always comes out.
I'm not a superhero, yeah okay I've got a fancy suit and a mask and I work with Batman who let's face it is like the Christopher Lee of Superheroes. But I'm not a kid anymore, I know what I am. I am a warrior, that much I always will be, and I'm only a hero if they say so. But now it doesn't matter if I can't stop fighting, it doesn't matter how much I hurt and it doesn't matter how broken I am, I got them and they like me.
This young man has come a long way, conceptually he existed from the beginning purely to be a foil/sidekick to Ronin and then he just grew into something bigger. He's changed over the two years I've had him out, changed personality somewhat, his methodology and even his ethnicity but he is still my badass sonic swordsman. This is Fox ladies and gentlemen
Here are the individual images too:
Fox/Jack Dahl and Lizzie belong to me
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Overall, this is a striking piece. Here are my thoughts:
I'll start with the good, and there's a lot to like here. The overall sense of style is excellent, reminiscent of the Batman animated series from the '90s. I love the concept of showing character progression in a single image like this, and the thematic text you include in the caption complements the image beautifully. The color palette is consistent and seems to resonate with the "determination overcoming pain" themes in the caption. The most interesting part of the image for me is the little girl on the right-hand side. Her strikingly different coloring, and the changed styling of the mask and wrist elements in the character's adult life image reminds me of the transformative power of parenthood and being responsible for a young life. It calls to mind my own changes in character that came with fatherhood.
I don't have much in the way of suggestions for improvement. I might tweak the abdominal armor in the central image; the pads don't seem to correspond to the size and placement I would expect. Narrowing and raising them would help, I think. The background texture doesn't transition well from the left side to the center. I'd suggest using a linear gradient to fade it uniformly out rather than the somewhat piecemeal approach you've taken.
Anyway, great job, and thanks for sharing this! Have a llama.
in mind: i CHiME iN WiTH A HAVEN'T YOU PEOPLE EVER HEARD OF--- THE iDEA OF DRAWiNG SHOESSSS XD
Me & my imagination.