Tag: Rome

#24 Caldera

| November 30, 2011 | 0 Comments

Volcano Nymph from way back in the Roman Empire.

She’s a real hothead. Amirite?


Sorry. The one character I don’t really have much in the way of back story of, & quite frankly, I would bullshit one but I’d rather just keep moving. My jump off list had ‘Roman Volcano Goddess’ & I just thought it’d be interesting to draw. The idea of course is that the back of her head is a constant eruption, but I think I spazzed on that some so it’s a bit of a crummy interpretation. If colored, her skintone would be a maroonish, pumice-y gray, & the cracks by the ridges in her head & the corner of her eyes would be bright magma orange. Man I wish I had the time to color it. It’d help sell it so much more.

Day 5: “Granolithic Rex”

| November 8, 2011 | 0 Comments

| November 3, 2010 | 2 Comments

Order is an ancient law -- OBSERVE IT!


Of the alien race that taught the Romans the value of higher civility, Senturian has come to Earth as an emissary of her people to monitor the progress the human race has made in the centuries since her people shared their principles of order and justice.  Standing a customary 7′, she’s exceptionally strong and agile, with an uncanny ability to sense wrong doing and mayhem!