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    @ Noun , haha yeah - I put a dude in trenchcoat and its scifi I've been thinking about that.
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    Decided to up my design abit , future stuff it

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    Hello again Chaps,
    I think this will be the final direction. I know the gun is a bit generic but for now it's a place holder until I can come up with something better. Maybe a futuristic worm that burrows into the victim and causes them to have a heartattack and when the person dies so does the worm? Less Mess to clean up and it looks totally natural.

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    FatMoStank: This guy and his one liners. Love the energy in the lines and overall updates to the design. I think if you push the functionality of the briefcase/mask enough, that could supply all the sci-fi you really need.

    Baranha: Solid turnarounds, fantastic work. It's probably fine if the gun is generic as far as the agent's means of defense; I kind of feel like the prompt wants us to focus more on a clever recall device anyhow. A time worm would be awesome, but it might be difficult to show what it does in a static image. Keep it up!

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    Seeing some really awesome stuff in here so far guys. Keep up the great work, you still have another week!
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    Hey Noun,
    I would love to see all your submissions together on one board. Like a time enforcement kill team.
    The worm idea was the result of 3 beers and way past my bedtime.
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    Bit of a rework, some great entries.
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    Noun smart idea to use the hourglass as a the recall device! I love your style!

    Baranha You got some very interesting shapes going on there

    ded I love how bright and colorful your character is!

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    @ noun- thought about it long and hard, and have to agree with you. im gonna go for 12; only make her even more of a bungee jumper.
    really like the green lights girl with the sundial-on-a-chain. the arm isnt looking very human though. no space to contain the actual arm. or isnt she in a suit, and just in the cockpit?

    so here's a few sketches for the bungeejumping time-saver:

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    Awesome designs all around!

    @Noun: An hourglass as the recall device, that's brilliant! Wish I thought of that

    Here's how mine is turning out. Almost done now I think, just playing with lighting and gotta fix a few things.
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    I'm going to give this one a shot. Nothing too fancy this time, trying to keep it simple:

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    Nicky... Your head is in profile, so we shouldn't be able to see both eyes, if the design of the goggles is to have a support piece cutting through the middle, then your good...
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    Baranha: Lol, well hey, whatever inspires you. Yeah, I'll probably include thumbnails of the unused concepts in the final post and have them all together.

    Ironbyte: Looking good, some parts of her armor kind of look like a modern knight. Really like the perceived weight on that gun, nice.

    Nextra: Nice kicks! Maybe tone down the background a little bit, though? I feel like it might be drawing too much attention away from the character/device.

    ashess: Yeah, definitely liking the upper left diving pose. Can't wait to see this concept progress.

    Vezarez: Still looks good from where I'm sitting. No real critiques, keep it up!

    hueonpao: Lol, I love how casual this agent seems. Not quite sure what the recall device is, or is it the underlying armor? Careful with the balance as she's kind of falling over backwards, I have this same issue all the time.

    Thanks for the kind words everyone. Still trying to churn out a few more daily ideas before settling on one of these. A chainsaw that slices open the space time continuum?
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