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Shadowrun - Street Legends Characters by surfeit Shadowrun - Street Legends Characters by surfeit
Character illos done in 2011 for a Shadowrun book called "Street Legends." One of the few SR illustrations where I've gotten off my butt and set up solid direct photo reference for the figures. Made things a LOT easier on me.

Slamm-O! (left) was actually released in the PDF-only "Street Legends Supplemental." Apparently, Slamm-O! generated a lot of controversy among fans who were used to old descriptions of the character. See, the guy settled down and had a kid, and at some point he started putting on weight. Though I illustrated him the way he was described to me, fans took issue with his new physique. I received praise from the dev team, though, so I take that to mean I did what they wanted!
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OnionMan Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Villiers is looking awesome if that's him on the right
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Mikanojo Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Your artwork is so kewl!  Even though i am not a shadowrun fan at all (saibo-panku cyberpunk 4 me), i really enjoy the detail you add to your characters and scenes.  Clap 
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undeadyeti Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2013
who are the other two
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KyotoKid Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2013
...I love Slamm-O.

As I recall there was a pic in the old Virtual Realities (3ed) of his icon.

My old baseball flinging bat swinging "Bio-Adept" Tome would have loved that T-Shirt.
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Aethernitas Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2012
There was indeed some controversy cuz there was a illu in another sr book (20th anniversary core rulebook I think) that depicted him as quite slender fair-haired man. I for one always pictured him more like he turned out in your char illus. Great work man! My only little mimimi may very well be Nadjas kinda creepy left eye.
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Jacab Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Lucky there is something called 'Artistical freedom'
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CanRay Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2012  Professional Writer
I wasn't not the Dev Team, but it's a great job showing that people change.

Although if I say "Daddy Belly" another time on Dumpshock I'm probably going to be beaten with my own cane.
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