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  1. #61
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    Ladydove, i love the idea of the Japanese ghost, fantastic idea! how about a Japanese Oni(demon)? i want to do that Japanese ghost!!


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    Wiggers, an oni would be interesting. In fact, there are a great many directions we can go with the theme of japanese that spurred a few more ideas.

    The Vampire
    This might work for a Halloween CHOW? There are many types of vampires out there, from the aristocratic Count Dracula and Elizabeth Bathory to the Japanese Kitsune or the vampires whose heads leave their bodies at night to seek out victims. Create a vampire based on a pre-existing culture, OR make a new one based on modern or fantasy culture. Most vampires represent what is sexual and exotic to ourselves, or the fear of death and the unknown, depending on the myth. Try to make a concept which exhibits these themes.

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    Warrior in Drag - The warrior in drag is a character that moves with confidence in the world of the warrior, he just happend to put on his favourite drag-outfit this saturday, and there just happend to be some antagonistic b******s getting into his business whilst he was having fun...


    This is a topic that could lend itself to both Sci-fi or Fantasy, though the idea stems from a warrior weilding a broadsword wearing a drag, this should not limit YOUR imaginative mind.

    1. Needs to be a male character, wearing some form of Drag-queen-esque outfit and obviously being a warrior-type.
    2. Though this could easily be a comical styled CHOW, it would be nice to see some serious ones aswell. Drag-queen Warrior doesnt automatically mean comic relief.
    3. Concider the fact that it needs to be obviously a male character. Don't forget that clothes usually give the impression of gender, try to not make butch women-warriors in dresses but actually male warriors in drag.

    4. If you wish, show how much butt a warrior in drag still can kick!
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    norse gods maybe http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norse_gods


    or gangster any period


    past future - time traveler
    SKETCHBOOK

    "There aren't any shortcuts. You've got to dig in – study and draw the world around you. This is the only way to hone your skill and develop a style that is your own". GREG CAPULLO

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    I've been thinking about "Faras, the mosquito killer" (the name is not important).

    Two nights ago I had to be 20 minutes killing mosquitos to sleep, there were seven in my bedroom! And within years of training, I have some exquisite tecniques to end them!

    So I thought about a great warrior who lives in a place full of them, and he's developed very special adds to kill'em'all (Metallica!).

    The image came first when I saw myself (here, in my mind) like a kind of assassin, prepared to fight them...

    I think it can be funny, and mosquitos (of course) ara not necesary small, they can be like in Jumanji

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    Zarquino, that sounds awesome! lol, I can see it now.

    I like the japanese ghost or oni, and the vampire too. All sounds interesting.

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    skogsrå, swedish folklore creature, mistress of the woods. a trickster creature with the appearance of a lovely young woman, but viewed from behind she had a hollow back, like an old hollow log.

    various parts of swedish lore has her riding on mooses, seducing men who wander into her woods, blessing hunters weapons by blowing on them, helping female sheperds with their animals. a creature who could do both harm and good to people who lived near or in the forest.


    Regards, Mimer

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    Monster Child

    Waaay to High on some strange (specific) drug

    He-Man (remakes, like any of the characters set urban or farmer or whatever)

    Mecha Driver

    Nurse from hell

    Grandma the Grand Monster
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    Zombie ninja

    conan the librarian

    the traveling hippie alien couple (with their spacecraft in the back maybe)

    Sackdoll action hero

    Tokyo futuristic zombie kid

    the not so hot Emo chick

    time traveling farmer

    A pig goes to war

    The flesh eating zombie doctor

    My teacher is a extraterrestrial! (50´s style)

    Contaminated

    Bionic Soldier teen

    Japanese Monster Schoolgirl

    the guy in the cellar

    urban Satan

    God in the Ghetto

    Humanoid dragon boy goes to school

    the Ghost collector

    the life Creator

    The dark Ghost (set in a specific area, decade etc)

    My dad is a home made Frankenstein!

    etc, etc,

    time 4 bed.
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    Intergalactic Roller Derby competitor.

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    He Who Overcomes
    The Sun beaming down, the light glistening off both the sweat of his brow and the blood of his enemies alike, he raises his banner high atop a mountain made from the corpses of his nemisi. Only scraps of armor and clothing remain, leaving his perfect body revealed to all. Every muscle is just as it should be; it gives him maximum power, yet never slows him down.
    This character is probably pretty cliched, but what evs. He could be a savage barbarian, defeating horrors we can barely imagine, or an advanced soldier from the far future, fending off foes from beyond distant stars. He could even be some modern day ganger, beating down all comes.

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    The Phantom Of the Opera

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    Hmmm... how about

    The Valkyrie:

    Norse female deities that watch over and decide the outcome of battles. They also choose the most heroic that have fallen in battle.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valkyrie
    Last edited by Jay-Zee; August 30th, 2008 at 04:46 PM.

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    The lone stalker of the woodlands, after the fall of civilization...

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    Yin and Yang - Two chinese/asian sisters, very different and yet very much the same.

    Hua Mulan - The historical or fictional heroine from ancient China (and inspired the disney film "Mulan") For more infos: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hua_Mulan

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