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#460100 Star Wars: Battlefront [17.11.2015 - 20.11.2015]

Posted by Prattitude on 15 November 2015 - 11:51 PM

Last time I ask a Bothan to do anything for me. I asked a few Bothans to get me a coffee one time. All dead.

#459476 The Video Game News Thread

Posted by Prattitude on 06 November 2015 - 04:38 PM

Unfortunately, I think I'm obligated to at least try Legion. I've wanted to play a Demon Hunter since I first start playing back in early BC. Even though I'm sure the novelty will probably wear off quickly, it'll be good fun while it lasts. At least I'll get to kill some Panda's again...

#458904 Isuns Stuff

Posted by Prattitude on 28 October 2015 - 06:25 PM

Wow your builds are amazing, Isundir! I love the style of the first build as well as the color scheme. The tan bricks really go well with the upstairs pattern. Very  nice!

#450084 SSLF's Weekly Supersuit Swap!

Posted by Prattitude on 01 July 2015 - 09:22 AM

Ouflah, I really like the drawings style. I think that cleaning it up a bit could add some definition and detail but I still think it looks great. Also, maybe the proportions are a little off but that's nothing you can't fix with practice. I have tons of trouble with it. :D Also thanks for the nice comments! 


Dagoth, I appreciate that. I have a long time ago, but I may start posting more. Thanks!


EDIT: Better quality shot of the drawing. Captain Temeria!




#450062 SSLF's Weekly Supersuit Swap!

Posted by Prattitude on 01 July 2015 - 01:12 AM

I decided to draw Captain America as if he were a part of The Witcher universe. I originally wanted to draw him as Geralt exactly, but I thought it would be cool to give him a Temerian Guerrilla vibe as well, so I kind of smooshed those two styles together and made them all Cappy! Unfortunately, I realize the quality of my scanner is a bit crappy, so the lines don't look as defined as they do in person. Still,  I hope you guys like it! :D


And one in color because I thought it would be fun to color him... I'm not very good at coloring though, so good luck.



Edit: I'd also like to say that if I had my Prismacolor markers and not this stack of crayola colored pencils, that would probably look at least a tad better. :P

#429123 Guardians of the Galaxy

Posted by Prattitude on 04 August 2014 - 05:45 AM

Just saw it. Was probably my favorite comic book movie of all time. 

#427988 Batman v Superman: Their mothers have the same name, y'know

Posted by Prattitude on 06 July 2014 - 07:47 AM

Thanks Ocelot. I just used the last fifteen minutes of my life, wisely staring at Henry's meaty frame bouncing around.

#427787 Tommy's Sketchbook.

Posted by Prattitude on 01 July 2014 - 09:44 PM

I'd like to thank everyone for posting here and complimenting my work. After the design a monster contest was announced, I picked up my art supplies after a long hiatus from drawing. Getting back into it has been... tough to say the least.

#427156 The music topic for serfs and peasants

Posted by Prattitude on 16 June 2014 - 10:17 PM

My band went on tour about two months ago, shot a music video and just released a bit ago week. If you like Pop-Punk, Alternative, or Emo-Rock at all, give it a listen? If you hate all that, it would be cool if you still watched. We're pretty proud. You can find our actual music here.


For the record, I actually didn't write the bass on the EP or in the music video. I look forward to showcasing my real skill when we record our full length, but for now I'm just happy being part of the band. It's been pretty fun.

#427154 CONTEST: Design a Monster

Posted by Prattitude on 16 June 2014 - 09:46 PM

AKKAR (Ah-Car)



EDIT - New Colored images




Akkar look like giant Sting Rays with a squid like head and a long bony underbody. They possess four to six tentacles that protrude from under their outer skull and have long oval like eyes. Akkar have very small mouths with only three to four teeth. All Akkar have two mandibles that protrude from their squid like skull that protects their head. These mandibles are used as a weapon to keep any resistant prey close to their mouths while they work their sedative tentacles over them. The mandibles have three to five ‘teeth’ on them which make it incredibly difficult and painful to escape the monster’s clutches. Their tails are barbed and are often used as last ditch weapons when they need to escape.


Akkar can grow anywhere from six to eight feet in length and five to seven feet in width due to their wings. Males will grow a solitary horn on their head and are slightly larger than females. Females tend to possess longer barbs on their tails and are slightly lighter in color. Akkar tend to be a combination of navy blue, white and black though some have peach colored bodies. Their eyes can be red yellow or white. Every Akkar develops different patterns of skin colorations on their backs which are usually small and unnoticeable to the untrained eye, but can often be drastic such as developing off colored stripes or small spots.


When needed, Akkar secrete an ooze from their tentacles that sedate their prey, lulling them to sleep. Akkar hover just a few inches off of the ground but are capable of short flights if they need to. Their movement is referred to as ‘swimming’ by many as they tend to glide along the ground similar to how Bat Rays swim.



Akkar generally travel in pods of eight to ten, led by one or two dominant females. These winged beasts make their homes in swamps, bogs, caverns and sometimes even tropical oasis. The Akkar are virtually blind in direct sunlight, and thus rarely hunt in the daytime. Akkar are native to the North, the Far South and along the Jagged Edge. They are nomadic and prefer to wander from place to place in search of more food. It is because of this that many villages near swamps or along coastlines suffer Akkar attacks from larger pods.


Akkar blanket themselves upon each other, letting their wings overlap and allow their tentacles to drape along the ground when resting. These tentacles are extremely sensitive and let them feel even the slightest vibrations from up to a mile away, which enables them to actively hunt for prey even in the blinding light of day. It is at night where the Akkar are most dangerous as they find it much easier to see in darkness. They will lay in wait for a lone adventurer or a small group of prey to wander nearby. Then as one, the group will silently drift as close to their victim as possible before springing to action.


The pod surrounds their prey, batting their wings to disorient it as one or two Akkar set upon the victim or victims with their sedative tentacles. Once the prey is asleep, the hungry Akkar will use these tentacles to drag them into their small mouths, allowing them to eat peacefully. When outnumbered or frightened, Akkar swing their barbed tails like maces, hoping to score a hit and maim their target so they can get away or sweep back in for a killing blow.


Akkar have been known to abandon weak or deformed members of their pods in favor of finding new members or joining with another pod entirely, forcing these outcasts to live solitary lives. Outcast Akkar are generally hunted by adventurers and the Venatori, as they are easier to kill when singled out. They are still dangerous however, and lone Akkar have been known to swoop down from high perches to ambush predators.



When Female Akkar go into heat, they create small nests out of anything they can find in their current habitat. They lay 10 to 20 unfertilized eggs. The two dominant males in the pod will then compete to fertilize the ‘litter’ by whipping each other repeatedly with their tails until one or the other passes out or is killed. The victor fertilizes the eggs and the loser generally leaves the pod. After fertilization is completed, the pod will migrate in order to find food, abandoning their young to the wilds after hiding the nest.


The newborns typically take only a month to hatch after fertilization and are born deadly. Their sedative ooze is twice as potent for the first few weeks of life and they grow at an alarming rate, usually reaching at least four feet in a couple of weeks and fully maturing after a few months. Upon hatching, newborn Akkar will eat any eggs around them that have yet to hatch before leaving the nest and forming a pod. Female newborns will turn on each other and fight for dominance of a pod after a few months.


Rumors and Stories:

Akkar are rumored to have been created by the demon minions of Akhoman, in order to spread pain and fear throughout the world. These rumors are founded on appearance, as the Akkar possess the same bat wings and spear-headed tail as the Algos. It has been said that wherever a pod of Akkar swims, the demons of Akhoman have taken residence. Villages that have been destroyed by Akkar are typically burned or forgotten solely for this reason, and any that are eaten by them are believed to be turned into Algos themselves, though this has never been proven.


Akkar are commonly mistaken as sluggish creatures due to their dormant style of hunting and because of this widespread belief, many adventurers and monster hunters have been slain by the agile monsters.


(( Good luck to everyone! :D ))

#426911 CONTEST: Design a Monster

Posted by Prattitude on 11 June 2014 - 06:15 AM

I'm working on doing some extra art and backstory for my monster, so expect my entry in a couple of days! :D Awesome color job, Wolfy. I really dig Tom's Dragon tail in red.

#425901 Wulfgard Minifigs

Posted by Prattitude on 02 June 2014 - 11:17 PM

Well hats off to her then! :P

#425710 NR News (New Short Story)

Posted by Prattitude on 29 May 2014 - 09:34 PM

Way too cool! I love the T.G. Logo and the scars and the Flash emblem. You doooooo care :P


Haha, great issue Scorp. I can't believe how long it's been since this comic started. I think I was twelve years old. Sheesh, that's frightening.

#425355 Amazing Spider-Man 2: Will they EVER stop releasing trailers?

Posted by Prattitude on 21 May 2014 - 10:28 PM

I meant that it was the hardest to watch, not the worst scene in the movie. It was the best scene in the movie hands down. Dane's performance was pretty awful, and I'm glad I wasn't the only one thinking back to the Office when he said that. :P


I do agree that the ending was poorly handled. I found it unnecessary and poorly timed, but to say that it's the least worthy of your time as far as superhero movies go, you've got to be joking. I know you aren't but take a look at other no stakes superhero movies. Superman Returns was horrible, the two Fantastic Four movies were laughable at best. Do I even need to mention the Bat-Nipples? Man, you've got a long list of superhero movies that took a squat on their namesake. 


The new Spider-Man movies might not be the best movies ever but at least I can say I honestly enjoy watching Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone's chemistry. They work so perfectly, and Andrew is a fantastic Spider-Man. At least he's not dancing.

#425081 Fantasy Funnies

Posted by Prattitude on 16 May 2014 - 06:03 AM

The first one is so true though, haha. Good job! Glad you took up my comic request in some form. ;)