Tag: hunter

#14 Jade and Rhazul

| November 16, 2013 | 1 Comment

#14 Jade and Rhazul


One is hunter, other is eater.

#2 Sarah, The Bounty Hunter

| November 2, 2013 | 1 Comment


11/29/2012: Prospero Banderas, Human Monster Hunter

| November 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

NAME: Prospero Basilius Banderas  SPECIES: Human  ORIGIN: Earth

Part of the first wave of the Voltraggi Uplift, Prospero’s refuge vessel was assaulted by a strange, monstrous entity while travelling between branes. Though he and a few others survived the attack, his family wasn’t so lucky. As a result of the attack, Prospero suffered 3rd degree burns, scarring him for life. Rescued and nursed back to health by the Dominion, Prospero now hunts across the Multiverse for the beast that killed his wife and daughters.

Model designed in Sculptris and TinkerCAD (3d print pending….)


11/28/2012: Lumpy Holger, Mutant Bounty Hunter

| November 28, 2012 | 0 Comments

NAME: Lumpy Holger  SPECIES: Human (Mutated)  ORIGIN: Tunnelworld

Hailing from the surface wastes of Eden Prime (known colloquially as “Tunnelworld”), Lumpy suffers from a degenerative disease, a result of his prolonged exposure to the engineered mutagens plaguing his home environment. With little time left on the clock before he expires, Lumpy has come to nexus city seeking one last bounty.

Model designed in Sculptris and TinkerCAD (3d print pending)


Eleanor 9/30

| November 18, 2012 | 0 Comments

Here is Eleanor. She is a prohibition era vampire hunter. She packs silver bullets hot loaded with a holy water and garlic cocktail because she is gangsta like that.

#23 Viscount Konstantin Turskbane

| November 27, 2011 | 0 Comments

Viscount Konstantin Turksbane

The scion of the house of Turksbane has held the title of Viscount since they fought the Ottoman invasion of Hungary in the 16th century. Since the days of Vlad the Impaler, the Turksbanes have been vampire hunters.

The current Viscount is Konstantin, the last vampire hunter of the Turksbane line. Despite being a professional vampire hunter, there hasn’t been an actual vampire sighting since World War I.

With a lack of vampires in the world, Konstantin Turksbane has spent most of his time hunting witches and ghosts. Konstantin has managed to wipe out most of the witches in Europe.

#13 Hunter Grymm

| November 13, 2011 | 1 Comment

#13 Hunter Grymm

#11_Bug Hunt

| November 11, 2011 | 0 Comments
"Bug Hunt"

"Bug Hunt"

#4 Longtalon

| November 9, 2011 | 2 Comments

It was late one night when Peter Longtalon was driving his wife & daughter home from a party with friends. Taking a shortcut through Hollow Tree National Forest, his truck was blocked by an overturned camper in the middle of the road. Forced to stop, Pete got out to inspect the accident seeing if anyone needed help. Instead, he was attacked by an eight foot tall beast. That was the last thing he saw.
One month later, Pete came to in a hospital bed. His sight was gone, & so was his family. According to the police report, Pete had crashed into the wreck, flinging him from the vehicle. The bodies of his wife & daughter were unaccounted for, believed to have either been thrown as well, or wandered away in a state of wounded confusion.
But Pete knew the truth. And two months ago, set out to kill the beast responsible. He hasn’t left the forest since.


Basic idea was ‘Sasquatch Hunter’ but I ended up veering very Frank Castle-meets-Ahab with the final product & I’m not entirely sure why. But I’m kind of happy with where this one went, even if it’s a little tropey.

# 6 : Deathmask

| November 9, 2011 | 2 Comments

A mercenary who is willing to take on and defeat Superhumans, The Deathmask.

Considered one of the best in field of Superhuman Assassination, the Deathmask has the best record in Superhuman and Paranormal kills in the growing field of super mercenary work. A tactile and hands-on warrior, the Deathmask confronts his quarry head-on and is not shy in revealing himself to the public as a method of self promotion to boost both his demand and ego in demonstrating that he was the one who killed said superpower, starting with his systematic slaughter of  San Diego’s crime team, The FreeLancers and the public battle and death of Philly’s iconic hero, The Patriot. Though is main operation is Superhuman Assassination, the Deathmask will take on execution orders on dignitaries, political and underworld leaders, and radicals, as they are merely the exhibition towards his main event, the masked hero. The Deathmask has been hired also by world governments in eliminating foreign superpowers as a method of controlling the escalating superhuman arms race.

Even scarier is that the identity of the Deathmask is currently unknown, as the mercenary is as elusive as he is deadly, placing him on the Watchlists of Interpol, the FBI, CIA, MI6, and The SOTF (Superhuman Observational Task Force).

Abilities: The Deathmask is a skilled martial artist and weapons specialist, showing skills in krav maga, jujitsu, and akido and proficiencies in long and short edge weapons. He demonstrates excellent proficiency in small and automatic weaponry, while also proficient in long-range weaponry.

The Deathmask’s suit is made of a combination carbon and kevlar armor weave with carbon nanotubule fibers, for enhanced protection, strength and power output. His cape and cowl are made from a memory cloth fiber with an optic-camoflague and glide function. The cape is attached to the main shoulder housing where it can retract and release on command.  The Buckle and Shoulder Clasps are mini power generators that allow the Deathmask’s suit to power its abilities while charge ports power up his main weapons.

Deathmask wields a series of staves that house  carbon “memory” polymers that, when channeled with an electrical current, manifest in various weapons, such as swords and axes. A mini battery in some Units enable the creation of throwing blades and unless a current is running through the staves, the polymers go inert and disperse. This prevents the Deathmask’s own weapons from being used against him. The Memory polymers are not just limited to his staves, but are also housed in the knuckles on his gauntlets.

Creation: This character started off as my redesign of the Marvel mercenary, the Taskmaster. When I showed this to my friend, Carlos, he suggested that since I spent a lot of time and effort in designing this character, why don’t I use it to create a new character, to which I did. While elements of the Taskmaster costume remain, I altered his boots and gloves, discarding his emblemic “T” on his belt, while adding new details on the uniform to finish the character.


#22 Otis

| November 30, 2010 | 2 Comments

Hick? Redneck? Bad-ass? All true of Otis. Raised in Toad-Suck, Arkansas, (It’s a real place people), Otis knew only fishing, hunting, and chasing tail, until the tail chased back with a set of fangs that would have put Otis’s coon-hound Blue to shame. That’s when Otis learned he had a particular talent for Vamp-killin’.

That’s really not the way I wanted to nail you, Clara-belle.

#12 Faerie

| November 20, 2010 | 4 Comments

In a little known battle, long before the time of humans, the faeries conquered a little known land full of wispy androgynous creatures who were known for being generally quiet, peaceful and solitary…and for their hunting prowess with large machetes. As what would be considered a colonial power by today’s standards, the faeries forced the local creatures into servitude, humiliating them and torturing them into submission.  Faeries demonstrated their wealth by wearing jewelry made from the horns of the enslaved creatures under their control.  A small sect of these creatures eventually fought back, hunting down every fairy in sight and cutting off their wings as revenge for the humiliations they had suffered at the hands of their captors.