Art Inspiration: Heroes vs. Villains – Energy Charg


 

As part of the final assignment in my resent drawing club, I had the students create their own hero or villain. Their characters had to have up to 2 powers/abilities; a unique name and they had to indicate if they were either a hero or villain. The students also wanted me to redraw their character, in the comic book style, once they had handed their original in. I needed the original as a reference and I wanted them to do the work. The variety I received was amazing and it inspired me to create a wide range of characters.

I began with my version of the villain’s leader and in the next few weeks I will post the student’s original character and my version that I gave to them.

Villain 07 – Energy Charg

 

Some students modeled their character after popular comics they are familiar with, yet this student knew what he wanted and he wanted to create something very distinctive. He researched and asked questions about which abilities he wanted for the character. What he came up with was one of the most unique characters I have ever seen.
He began with the abilities of energy absorption and force field generation. From there he decided on 4 arms instead of the usual two. One eye, what looks like scales and two-fingered claws for hands. When I saw this character I was immediately impressed and asked the student about his creation. He wanted to create a bad guy monster that would absorb energy power to generate force fields. Hmm, well thought out, I told him.
When I drew his character I immediately thought of the Hulk. I decided on a large bulky character but I gave him three fingers per hand, which the student said was all right instead of the two he had drawn. I also gave him green scaly skin with pointed ears and his signature one eye. I drew him in a stance to show that he was able to create force fields. His left upper arm is generating a force field.
The student kept asking me for his character every day and when I finally showed him it he had a smile from ear to ear. I think he also liked the fact that the other students in the class also liked his character. You could see a hint of pride in his eye when he showed it to his friends. I hope you too enjoy the seventh character from Heroes VS. Villains – Energy Charg.

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