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     @ Paul Sizer, thanks for the props - I'm feeling the subtle colour palette and hint of bloody ultra violence in your piece.

    Been getting back into traditional materials this year and decided to make a fully painted image - however once scanned I also wanted to try stripping out all but the essential visual information.

    Have really enjoyed following the thread - still hope to see Matt's Rechtpanzer before close of tomorrow.

    Cheers,

    Ol
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      CommentAuthorAlan Tyson
    • CommentTimeDec 17th 2011
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    In an alternate universe, Rob Liefeld couldn't find work in the States. Desperate, he moved to England, and managed to get one of the editor-droids drunk enough to let him have a go at Ol' Dreddful.

    It only lasted one program.
    • CommentAuthordnewling
    • CommentTimeDec 17th 2011
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    @Last Interceptor. Thank you for your reply.
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      CommentAuthorjmean
    • CommentTimeDec 17th 2011 edited
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    here is my redesign, kind of cyborge, Dredd DNA strand that sort of thing, big fan of Heavy Metal Dredd idea, Bisley, Hickenton & McMahon Dredd.

    From doodlebum


    First time to chapel, hope this works.

    j
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    stayed with the core design...tweaky...Fun thread but a little tricky.
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    I almost didn't jump in on this one, but whatever it is that lets me do art stuff (crushed bones of baby birds and red wine) came on strong today.
    Judge Dredd
    In the immortal words of Clarence Boddicker; "See, I got this problem. Cops don't like me. So I don't like cops."
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    Nick_Em: I love the Mouth of Sauron vibe I'm getting from your rendition of Dredd's helmet. Very sinister.
    • CommentAuthorKen Miller
    • CommentTimeDec 18th 2011
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    Photobucket
    • CommentAuthorken c
    • CommentTimeDec 18th 2011 edited
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    Judge Dredd R-R

    Nice work everyone!
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      CommentAuthornelzbub
    • CommentTimeDec 18th 2011
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    Thanks to all of you fantastically talented folks for what has been a pure joy of a thread to witness, we've been spoiled. Many thanks must also go to Si for giving such fantastic fodder for everyone to play with. How long before we get something else from the galaxy's greatest? There's such a rich history of far out ideas and characters and this week has made me miss my weekly dose of thrill power more than ever, if I ever get out of my financial hole I'm gonna spend so much cash at Rebellions' webshop. thanks again to all
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      CommentAuthorPaul Sizer
    • CommentTimeDec 18th 2011
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    Nice rendering there, Ken Miller!
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    @Ol Sadly, there is no more time to add the Rechtpanzer. Gutted!

    This has been my favourite R/R yet- but how will Si top it? Or even equal it? Bet he didn't think of that... :D
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      CommentAuthorHEY APATHY!
    • CommentTimeDec 18th 2011 edited
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    @ Lordofthejungle HOTDAMN! that is awesome
    @ mojo- wicked helmet and bloody grin

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    I started out inspired by an elephant beetle. Didn't quite end up where I started... :P

    • CommentAuthorNick_Em
    • CommentTimeDec 18th 2011
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    @audientvoid Think you may have picked up on something there. Can't say it was intentional, but now that you mention it...

    @Ken Miller Tremendous, sir.

    Good job all around.
    • CommentAuthorpaime77
    • CommentTimeDec 19th 2011
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    The Jury Box, a device equipped with a full listing of all laws on the books, as well as opinions of previous Judges. It analyzes the voice prints of alleged malefactors to determine their truthfulness. The gavel once informed by the jury box takes on a lethal or nonlethal form. With his impartial Jury box, and Gravitic gavel -- this Judge is equipped to deal out justice.

    Judge Dred Revision
    • CommentAuthordnewling
    • CommentTimeDec 19th 2011
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    @Paime77: I wonder what would happen if we incorporated those Jury Boxes into our legal systems? Ah well, I guess it couldn't hurt - everyone knows our legal systems are crap. Too lenient or too harsh, letting the guilty walk on technicalities or whatever, some innocent people get sent down - and just too bureaucratic, slow, and expensive.
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      CommentAuthorPaul Sizer
    • CommentTimeDec 19th 2011
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    Nice clean render, @palme77/Neill!
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    I'll slip this in while it's still up. Been awhile since I actually got around to doing one of these. Nice work, everyone!